IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Hey there! It’s Ivan. First of all, I want to extend my gratitude and say THANK YOU for choosing my training program to learn how to make money online.

This system WORKS for me. And it will work for you too!

Secondly, I have a disclosure to make…

As you have noticed, this training course is free. Unlike other people in this industry, I’m not going to charge you ridiculous amounts of money to get access to my system.

I believe in providing value first! And I’m doing so for free.

However, you still have to invest in tools to put this system into action and start earning online. And if you do so, I will earn a small commission for recommending these super-useful tools.

By investing in tools that are used in this training, not only that you are investing in your own success but, you are also helping in keeping this information free for everyone interested in making money online using my proven and free blueprint.

Thank you, Ivan Brozincevic.

Now, let’s get busy! 🙂


Lesson 3:

Building Your Affiliate Website From Scratch



Step-by-step instructions:

In this lesson, you will be creating your own affiliate website. To do so, you will need two things: HOSTING and DOMAIN. We’re going to use the A2 Hosting service in this training. A2 Hosting is reliable, secure, super-fast, and one of the best hosting services online for the last decade and counting.

STEP 1 – Click here to go to the A2 Hosting page to start creating your own affiliate website.


STEP 2 – Select the SHARED HOSTING. This is the best hosting for beginners because it is budget-friendly.


STEP 3 – The next step is to choose a STARTUP plan which is ideal for one website. If you need more sites, go with the DRIVE plan.


Step 4 – Click on the “Register a new domain” option and enter your domain name. Pro Tip: make your domain name niche-related. Don’t use too many words (3-4 max). Once you are done, click on “Continue”.


STEP 5 – On the next page customize your server location. Ideally, if your site is going to be in English, you want to choose Arizona or Michigan. Once you are done, click on “Continue”.


STEP 6 – On this page, unselect the ID Protection addon. Once you are done, click on “Continue”.


STEP 7 – Review your plan and domain name. Once you are done, click on “Checkout”.


STEP 8 – The next step is to enter your personal information such as name, last name, email, phone, and billing address.


STEP 9 – Below your personal information, you have to create a password for your A2 Hosting account.


STEP 10 – Finally, select your payment method and enter your details. Once you are done, check the “Terms of Service” box and click on “Complete Order” to secure your hosting and domain!

Once the A2 Hosting service processes your order (it may take up to a minute), your website will be active and ready to go!

Congratulations on taking action and building your own affiliate website!

Exciting times are ahead!

In the next few lessons, I will show you how to set up your domain name, hosting, and website so that you can start earning PASSIVE INCOME with affiliate marketing!


Got questions? Need help? Click Here or leave your comment below 🙂

62 thoughts on “Lesson 3 – Building Your Affiliate Website”

    • Hey Paul, congratulations on taking action! I’m looking forward to seeing your progress with your brand-new affiliate site. Awesome times ahead 🙂

      • Hey Paul, it’s not clear whether it is a good or bad idea because there is no set of rules that dictates how your domain name should look like. If you like it, you can do something like that. I personally am a fan of classic .com domains.

    • Hey Paul, if you’re planning to attract website visitors/customers from all English-speaking countries around the world (Australia, US, Canada, UK, NZ, India, etc.) then you may want to go for a .com domain.

      If you’re planning to focus entirely on the Australian market, then you may decide that a domain suits your needs perfectly.

      My advice is to go with the .com domain because affiliate marketing is a global opportunity and you will be targeting a global English-speaking audience.

  1. I finished the website setup. Thanks for the step-by-step. Question: how long before my website gets ranking in Google? I’m not in hurry, just want to know what is the ballpark number of days/months before things get rolling. Thanks for your effort!

    • Hey Sylvia, you’re welcome. Congratulations on setting up your website! Glad to hear that you’re making progress. Awesome times ahead 🙂

      The first month is typically your foundation-building stage. In order to build a website that gets ranking in Google, you need this foundation. After this, you are going to start seeing consistent ranking and traffic and as you post more content, more and more of your post will start showing up in Google searches.

      Personally, it took me into my 3rd month to make start generating the first clicks to my site, by month 6 though I was making generating consistent traffic, and by the year mark, the snowball was unstoppable!

  2. Hey Ivan

    My questions:

    1. Health & Household I think I’ll be more familiar with. difficult niche u reckon to attract customers? competitive? not a very lucrative one maybe? or perhaps Amazon is far from the leader in this market ? I personally never bought any health products from Amazon:P

    2. otherwise, I can go into electronics, in cameras. It is my hubby’s keen hobby once and he can help me I guess. Or wld it be preferable I stick to my Health & Household since I do not know what kind of effort is really needed from my part as I go through the future sessions in the training……

    3. In that niche(Health&Household) mentioned, when u click certain products there is already a product description, wld customers go for review? and how about when product is cheap? Normally if product is cheap customers do not really go for a review, right?

    4. Will you be here to help out for me even well after the training? 😛

    I take the opportunity to say again that for a fresher like me in this field, your training is relatively easy to follow(so far! haha) and trust me that I had quite some reserve getting into an affiliate marketing program. For a year almost I was pondering on this side hustle until I met u and I clicked right away. Really did like your communication style, your sincere approach and the attitude and hope it continues 😉 Again many thanks!

    • Hey Nathalie,

      1. Health & household is definitely too broad, which means you will be competing with a lot of high authority general sites and that’s tough for a new site. But it’s a good start. I recommend following the steps from Lesson two to narrow your niche to something specific like Household Supplies, and then take it a step further and narrow it to a single category such as Cleaning Tools. Once you are done with this category, you can scale with other categories within the Household supplies niche. By the way, it’s not difficult to attract customers if you follow the blueprint from this training 🙂 Whether or not this niche is lucrative is up for debate. You can’t really know until you build your site, create some content and get results.

      2. If you are going to be the one working on your site, I recommend sticking to your passions. If you plan to partner up with your husband on the project, then his niche might be a bit more lucrative and thus, a slightly better choice.

      3. You are right about that to some extent. That’s why I recommend creating a list of at least 5 passions and then repeating the process of pinpointing your niche until you find the one that has lots of high-ticket products.

      4. Yes, you can always contact me through comments or by clicking on Help in the main menu 🙂

      You’re welcome. I’m glad to hear that you like my program. I’m doing my best and I will keep on doing exactly that. Wishing you BEST of luck with your affiliate business and do let me know if you need help going forward.

      • Hi!

        Last question pertaining to yr answer to my question no. 3:

        Ok to list several passions and going to a more specific niche(thinking of going into health products maybe, a good one?), how to i actually go about repeating the process of changing the niche? Same website? And the domaine name shld then be e.g healthyproducts or healthandhousehold?

        Don’t know if u get my drift?


        • Hey Nathalie,

          Be careful with health niche. Google is quite picky when it comes to sites in this niche. You have to be a medical specialist (doctor, nurse) to give ANY kind of advice in this niche. Household items are a much better choice.

          If you have already started your website, you can’t change your niche or domain name. You can be as creative as you want with your domain name. You can use this FREE tool to generate some ideas for your new domain.


  3. Hi Ivan,
    Thank you for such informative videos! I have a question. Are pet supplies or veterinary supplies profitable? Or what about ethnic hair products , wigs etc. I have a passion for both. Any suggestions?

    • Hey Cheryl, you’re welcome! 🙂

      Yes, pet supplies or suppliers are profitable. You can find a ton of products such as pet food, toys, and even clothing by following the instructions from the previous lesson.

      My suggestion is to pick on that you are passionate about the most and start working. Once your site takes off and starts earning, you can use the same blueprint to start another website in a different niche!

      I hope this helps.


      • Gracias, Ivan”

        Thank you for your reply. I’ll be honest I wasn’t expecting anyone to answer my question personally but you did! This speaks volumes for the validity of this program.

        • De nada, Cheryl 🙂

          I’m always here if you have questions or need help with anything. Sometimes I’ll be quick to reply. Other times you may have you wait for me to wake up lol.

          Best of luck with the training!


  4. Hi Ivan,
    If we are getting the Hosting and the Domain from the same provider, then I guess there is no need to do the “Name Server” pointing step, right ?

  5. I like your step-by-step approach in these videos. It makes it super easy to follow and implement the training even for complete starters like myself. I can also see that you are very active within the comments, and I can appreciate that, Ivan. I’m looking forward to our cooperation. Have a nice one and thanks for the training!

    • Thanks for your kind words, Lars. Much appreciated 🙂 I’m looking forward to working with you too. Best of luck and do let me know if you need a hand!

  6. Hey Ivan, thanks for the very good trianing so far. Question: What period do you recommend we register our website for? Is there a criteira?

    • Hey Annie, there are no criteria. Just go with the one that you like the most. The most affordable option is 12 months and it gives you more than enough time to set up your site, grow it and get the first results. I hope this helps. Let me know if you have more questions 🙂

  7. Hi, Ivan! And happy holidays!!

    I’m passionate about boxing. I want to create a website reviewing boxing gloves, but there are plenty of websites doing the same thing. Do you think I should still go forward with that niche?

    Thank you

    • Hey Vladimir, happy holidays to you too!

      Yes, you can succeed in ANY niche. Sure, competition is fiercer in some niches, but that’s not going to affect your ability to succeed. Google ALWAYS gives a chance to new websites to see how they perform, and it will give your boxing gloves reviews a shot as well! And if you do a good job in helping people with your reviews, the search engine algorithm will recognize this and pull you up! That’s how it works. Of course, if you can find a niche where there is little to no competition, you will achieve this much faster. But either way, YOU CAN DO IT IN ANY NICHE!

  8. Thanks coach Ivan for this useful course.

    My passion in smartphones,but i heard that this niche is difficult to compete…what i should do and what’s your advice?

    Thank you again

    • Hey Mohamed,

      The smartphone niche is competitive and saturated by big websites, and that’s true.

      However, it’s not impossible to eventually start competing with those big sites.

      If you are not in a hurry to rank your site high in search engines to get traffic, customers, and sales, you can still do it, but you will have to create a lot of content to start getting some first signs of results.

      In other words, it may take a few years to achieve notable success.

      I’m guessing you don’t want to wait that long.

      That’s why I said in the “Choosing Your Niche” Lesson that the best way to get faster results is to narrow your niche down to something even more specific and less saturated.

      This might be a hard thing to do for the smartphone niche because all other sub-niches like smartphone accessories, for example, are quite saturated with big sites too.

      Nonetheless, it’s still possible to compete with these big sites in all sub-niches inside the smartphone niche. It’ll just take more work and time to get results. But if you can manage this, the rewards could be high as well.

      Another piece of advice was to create a list of passions so that you have alternatives if your first choice is saturated and you don’t want to wait too long to start seeing results. There are less competitive niches out there, but you will have to start from your passions or interestes to find them…

      • Thank you for your advice..i will dig more in my interests to figure out a less competitive niche.

        By the way my native language is Arabic,can i compete here in the Middle East?

        Last question,does SEO tactics are same what ever the language is?

        • That’s another way to go around it.

          The financial potential might not be as great as it is when you target a worldwide audience using English as the language for your content, but it’s doable. There’s probably a lot less competition in the Middle East, but far fewer customers to reach. You can give it a try and see the results before you change to another niche.

          SEO tactics are the same whatever the language is used for creating content.

        • Hi Brother Mohammed, I was wondering and sorry if this could makes you uncomfortable, as Middle eastern person is this way works for you? I wanted to do it

  9. Hi Ivan, thank you for your training. I am since October in
    It looks like I have found someone who feels the same about the program. I just started your training. I’m so grateful! As I click on your link A2 Hosting, it says OOps the website cant be found. I really like to use your tools and not go direct to A2, but rather through your Website. So what must I do? Can it be, because I am in Africa? (IP-Address?)
    Thank you for coming back to me:)

  10. Attention Needed – Website Setup Incomplete!

    Your domain is not pointing to A2 Hosting yet. This means people visiting your website aren’t being sent to A2 Hosting.

    Hey Ivan the above is the response i got when i completed my domain setup. i tried the database to troubleshoot but cant figure it out. Have u ever come across this before?

    • Hey Flix,

      This is the first time I’m seeing this problem. I have registered several domains with A2 so far and each time things went as smoothly as butter.

      Did you follow the instructions from the training to the letter?

      Have go tried asking A2 Tech Support what might be the issue?

  11. Super simple and easy to follow video. thanks for all your help so far, Ivan. It took a while for the installation to complete, and I was ready to send you a worried message, and then it finished! Thanks bro! I never thought I would own a website one day lol.

    • Congratulations, Mick, on building your own website. Exciting times are ahead!

      Huh…I’m glad to hear that everything went ok. Sometimes it takes up to a minute for A2 hosting to process the newly created domain, but it goes well every time without exceptions so no worries. Keep on moving forward and let me know if you need a hand!

  12. Hi Ivan
    So i want to know that at what estimated range or number of people will my free domain reach to people and can i ear a lot on free domains or it’s better when i have paid?

    • Hey Fizzy, free domains have no value in terms of organic reach in search engines. Google doesn’t value these domains as it values premium or privately owned domains. That being said, you can’t really earn anything with a free domain. Their purpose is to help you practice and gain confidence before you acquire your own domain. I highly recommend getting your own domain as soon as possible because it will give you a big headstart in search engines. Now as for the estimated number of people your paid domain will reach, that depends on the amount of work, in other words, content, you put into your domain. The more content you create and publish using the instructions from this training, the more people you will reach eventually. It’ll start with a few 100 people a month, but the number of people you can reach is unlimited.

    • Hey Chris. Of course. You can register a free domain now, and once you are ready to dive in with both feet, simply purchase your own domain. Feel free to reach out if you need a hand with the process.

    • Hey Tarisai. Yes, they do. You can choose between a 3-year plan, a 1-year plan, or a 1-month plan. The 3-year plan saves a lot of money in the long run! And their monthly plan is by far the cheapest monthly plan in the industry.

  13. I just made my first website! I don’t know why I was so scared of it 🙂 Thanks Ivan, for creating this training and sharing it with me.


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