Recently I got a question from a subscriber who asked if affiliate leaderboards actually produce sales? Do they really make a difference? The answer is a resounding YES! They make a huge difference, and if you aren’t using affiliate leaderboards in your launches, you need to start right now. I explain why in today’s video.
So how much is too much with an affiliate bonus package? You’ve seen the outrageous bonus packages that some people offer. Are some people crossing the line and actually hurting their sales? That’s what today’s episode is all about.
“Buy this course through my link and get $24,897 in bonuses!” We’ve all seen these elaborate (some might say “over the top”) bonus packages that come with affiliate offers. But do they actually work? I decided to put it to the test and share my results below.
How Bonus Packages Work
You may have used this strategy and you’ve certainly seen it done. You offer an exclusive bonus if people buy a product through your link.
I’ll go into more detail about what makes a good bonus package below, but for now, what you need to know is that an effective bonus package is one that takes an on-the-fence buyer to an actual buyer.
In other words, it’s something attractive enough to cause a person to take action.
Recently I had a subscriber ask me how to determine what price points they should promote as an affiliate. This is a question I get asked fairly frequently, and there isn’t a good one-size-fits-all answer. There are three things to consider when determining what price points you should be promoting to your audience. I share them with you in this video.
One of our awesome No Product No Problem VIP students asked this question recently: “Productivity question: With all the aff programs one subscribes to, how do you keep track of everything without having to log in to the various portals every time? I mean: check if you’ve received commissions, clicks, etc…” In other words, is there an easy way to keep track of everything? Here’s my answer.
Recently I made a decision I NEVER make. Normally my team and I plan out our promotions several months in advance, but this time I made a decision to promote an offer and sent my first email the same day. I don’t typically recommend doing that, however, I learned three very important lessons from the experience. I share those with you in this video.
I’ll cut right to the chase…we’re dropping the “Daily” from the “The Affiliate Guy Daily.” We’ve learned that people need more time to implement what they learn and one of the ways we can help YOU better is to produce a bit less content and give you time to put things into action. It starts with a reduction in episodes. Listen up for more on why we made this change.
Today I’m going to share with you why your affiliate program should be fun. In the end, it’s all about results…and FUN affiliate programs get better results. More engaged affiliates, more enjoyment for you, and ultimately more sales!
I recently got a question from a member of one of our workshops. She asked: “How do I know if I am ready to bring on affiliates? This launch? My next one?” I love this question because it shows she isn’t just looking for a quick buck and knows there is a right time and a wrong time to bring on affiliates. Today, I answer that question and show you exactly what to do before you bring on your first one.
This episode might hurt a little…because today we’re talking about the power of pain. I’m also going to call you out on your “side gig” and show you why you need to make more money doing what you do. Yep…it might hurt. But it’s necessary. Today is the last episode in this series of takeaways from Jeff Goins’ Tribe Conference last year and it might be the best.