We all know that one of the most effective ways to promote affiliate offers is through email marketing. It usually looks like this: There is an affiliate offer — you like said affiliate offer — you send an email to your list promoting affiliate offer — maybe you send a follow up to unopens — you move onto the next offer. But there is so much more you can do than that. In today’s video, I’ll share with you 3 ways to use email to promote affiliate offers that you probably haven’t thought of.
According to a recent reader survey, over 70% of my audience worries about emailing their list too often. Recently, I got an email from James Prescott expressing his fear of what might happen if he emails his list three or four times a week. If you have similar fears or concerns, watch this video. Resources […]
So you’ve got your affiliates lined up for your big product launch or promotion. Now what? Getting a certain number of affiliates to mail once or twice for your promotion is one thing, but getting them to mail an extra one or two times (or even double or triple the times) they planned is what will take your affiliate program to the next level. Today I am going to show you how to get your affiliates to mail about your offer more often.
Today I’m going share with you 7 ways to get your affiliates to mail more often, which ultimately can double, triple or even exponentially grow your affiliate sales.
If you aren’t resending your emails to the unopens you are missing out on one of the easiest and most readily available sources of traffic to your content. In today’s post, Mark Sieverkropp, my resident “Sender of Unopens” will share some tips and techniques we use to resend virtually EVERY email at least one time.
How many times have you opened up your inbox, seen an email that you wanted to read and told yourself that you’d go back and read it later when you had a little more time? You might even have “starred” or marked it as important.
What if you could magically have an extra half hour or more to yourself or with family each day?
And what if you could increase your productivity by as much as 50% at the same time?
Does that sound like something you’d like? I know it sounds unrealistic, but it’s entirely possible. Let me show you how.
Before we go any further, let me make something very clear. Not one of these 10 tips is a magical productivity bullet. There is no such thing.
Let me also be clear that this list comes from my own personal experience struggling to stay focused and meet deadlines. Each of these works for me, but some of them might not be ideal for you. If you implement a good number of them, though, you really can find yourself spending less time at work and getting more done.
10 ways to boost your productivity…today
1. Realize this first
Before you apply any productivity hacks or new routines, first realize and acknowledge to yourself that you will never, I repeat never, accomplish everything in one day that you need to.
What’s the secret to getting more done in less time?
The secret lies in taking the path of least resistance, which is exactly how I helped a coaching client cut his work time by 20% and increase his productivity by 30%.
Whether you like it or not, human beings are wired to take the easy route. There is nothing wrong with that. It’s a survival mechanism ingrained in us from our days as hunter-gatherers.
Do you ever feel like you are working more but getting less done?
Have you ever ended an eight, nine, or ten hour day scratching your head wondering what you accomplished? Or, as a coaching client of mine admitted he’d experienced, you’ve worked a full day and not eliminated one item from your to-do list?
Don’t worry. If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are normal. And that is the problem. You don’t want to be normal. You’re a world changer. You want to get things done.
What can you learn about writing from George Orwell and Frank Luntz? The short answer is a lot. The long answer is below. I have a piece of paper on my desk (well it is currently buried under a few articles I am writing and a list of things to do) that I constantly reference […]