1. Convenient and flexible
Because you’re becoming a freelancer, you have ultimate dependence in defining your own objectives, changing your path when you feel inclined, selecting the products that intrigue you, and even deciding your own hours. This convenience means you can modify your portfolio if you want or concentrate mainly on simple and clear campaigns. You won’t need to follow company restrictions and rules.
2. Passive income
While any “normal” job needs you to be at work to earn money, affiliate marketing opens an opportunity to create money while you sleep. By spending a little time on a campaign, you’ll find constant returns because customers buy the product over the next days and weeks. You get money for your work long after you’ve completed it.
3. No customer support
Individual sellers and companies need to deal with their customers and make sure they are happy with what they have bought.
With the affiliate marketing structure, you never have to care about customer support or custom content. The whole task of the affiliate marketer is to bring customers to the merchant. The merchant is responsible for any customer complaints after you get your commission.
4. Performance-based rewards
With most jobs, you can work 70 hours a week and still get the same salary. Affiliate marketing is solely based on your performance. You will receive from what you put into it. Practicing your reviewing skills and creating appealing campaigns will convert into significant increases in your income.