The Ultimate Guide to Facebook Ads for Affiliate Marketing

10 Things You Need To Know Before Running Your First Ad

It seems like everyone is on Facebook these days, and it’s not just for keeping up with college friends or your crazy Aunt Sally either. There is a lot of business that happens on Facebook as well. You may even be considering using Facebook Ads as part of your next affiliate promotion. If so, this article is for you. Below I’ll share with you 9 tips for running Facebook Ads for affiliate promotions.

ultimate guide to Facebook Ads for Affiliate Offers

Before we get into tips for using Facebook Ads for affiliate promotions, let’s take care of a few housekeeping things.

4 Groups To Target With Your Affiliate Promo Facebook Ads [VIDEO]

How To Best Target Your Facebook Ads For Affiliate Offers

So you’ve decided to run some Facebook Ads to drive traffic to an affiliate offer you are promoting…How do you determine who to target with those ads? There are literally hundreds (if not thousands) of options and the answer depends on several factors. In this video I break down the 4 groups you should target for your affiliate promotion Facebook Ads, and when to use each one.

Top 10 Mistakes Affiliates Make on Social Media (Pt. 1) [PODCAST]

The Affiliate Guy Daily Episode 018

I’m not sure if you heard but social media is a big deal. And it’s evolving every five minutes. As social media has grown in popularity and impact, so have the number of mistakes entrepreneurs make, especially when promoting affiliate offers. Today and tomorrow I’m sharing the top 10 mistakes affiliates make on social media. I’ve purposely kept them outlet-neutral, since tomorrow there will be a new one and by next week something will die out. These apply to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and whatever pops up later today.

Listen below:

The Enemy of Greatness (Or…Jesus is a Headbanger)

What is keeping you from greatness?

This post is about more than a song.

This is a post about doing something rather than nothing.

Before we go any further, listen to this:

Listen to very beginning again.

The lead singer of Flyleaf at the time, Lacey Mosley, says:

I want to tell that you’re beautiful and that we love you and that no matter who you are or what you are or what you believe or what you do or what you’ve done that God loves you too.

How many people in that audience are hearing that for the first time?

How many young girls had never been told they are beautiful? How many young men are constantly reminded of their mistakes, of their worthlessness, of hell?