How To Increase Your Affiliate Revenue During The Holidays

10 Tips For Promoting Holiday Offers As An Affiliate

With Thanksgiving this week, Black Friday and Cyber Monday right after that and Christmas just over a month away, there are sales, deals and offers everywhere you look. And the affiliate world is no different. If you do it right, holiday promotions can make up 30-50% of your affiliate income for the entire year. Today I will share with you 10 tips for increasing your affiliate revenue through holiday promotions.

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Everyone thinks of buying gifts and getting deals during the holidays, but have you thought about MAKING money during the holidays? Promoting affiliate offers during the holidays can result in substantial affiliate income with not much effort.

The Gift You Give Yourself This Christmas

If you’re like most people, your Christmas gift list does not include yourself. But, I’d like to suggest that you add your own name to it and consider giving yourself one of the most amazing gifts of all: the gift of forgiving someone who has hurt you.

Gift of Forgiveness

The natural response to being hurt is a desire for justice. Or more accurately, vengeance. We hold grudges that last for years and years and ultimately…they kill us. Literally.

Researchers Philip Sinato and Stephen Welch report that those people who say they tend to hold grudges have higher rates of heart disease and cardiac arrest. They have longer bouts with elevated blood pressure and higher rates of stomach ulcers. They are even more likely to have arthritis, back pain, chronic headaches, and chronic pain than those who don’t hold grudges.

In short, the refusal to forgive will cost you your life.

And the cost isn’t just physical. It’s mental.

When you hold a grudge, you are constantly reminded of the offense. You are chained to the offender, bound and shackled to the offense. Among those who hold grudges are higher rates of ADD, inability to focus, and higher rates of depression and suicide.

Find Something to Look Forward To

What’s the best part of Christmas for kids?

Is it the presents? The time with family? The time off from school? That all dietary restrictions are forgotten for a few days?

Psychologically speaking, it’s none of the above. And we can learn a lot from kids at Christmas.

Looking forward to something is healthy

The best part about Christmas for kids

The answer to the question above is:

Anticipation.

At least scientifically it is.

It’s Christmas Day…Almost

A day unlike any other day Where even the coldest of hearts will pray For peace on earth and good will to all men We all can remember the greatest The greatest gift of all From my family to yours, I wish you the Merriest Christmas. If you are with family, be all there. Celebrate […]