If you are running an affiliate program, it is your responsibility to make sure your partners have everything they need. And I mean everything. But what are the most important things you can provide your affiliates? Here are seven must-provide resources.
Kelly McCausey from SoloSmarts.com recently emailed me to ask:
In the past year, I’ve had the great pleasure of getting to know a highly successful online marketer named Danny Iny. I also had the chance, as one of his top affiliate partners, to join other top performers at his JV mastermind. Here are five affiliate success secrets Danny shared with us.
Danny has built a massive online business. As a result, he has not only run his own mega-launches but he has been a top affiliate for numerous others.
If you have a podcast, monetizing it can be one of the hardest things to do. You have hosting to pay for, production costs, and more and affiliate marketing can be a great way to make some money. Today I share five ways to monetize your podcast with affiliate marketing.
What tools do you need to run a great affiliate program? Well, the answer is: It depends. It depends on your current level, your budget, and to some extent personal preferences. Today, I share nine tools for every level and preference. Whether you are a beginner or advanced, have virtually no budget or an unlimited one, this video covers it all.
Running an affiliate program is not as complicated (technologically speaking) as many people make it out to be. Depending on your level, you could get started with just four of the tools I mention in this video. And it would cost you less than $250.
Building an online platform is hard work, like any business. But the good news is that there is a wealth of great information from people who’ve already done it. And one of the best places to learn is at conferences, such as Jeff Goins’ Tribe Conference, which I attended recently. Here are some of my key takeaways.
This quote from Robert Cialdini in his book Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion sums up why deadlines are so effective:
“…people seem to be more motivated by the thought of losing something than by the thought of gaining something of equal value.”