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:
What happens when you get some of the best minds in the online marketing and platform building world together in one room? I’ll tell you…50+ pages of notes, lasting friendships, and tons of great ideas. That’s the power of a great event, like Jeff Goins’ Tribe Conference earlier this year.
Better late than never, right?
Over the years, I’ve found one of the secrets to affiliate program success. It’s right up there with knowing the right people, having great conversions, and copywriting. It’s the F-word…fun, that is. Get your mind out of the gutter. Affiliate programs should be fun. For your affiliates and for you.
A few weeks ago, during Jeff Goins’ recent Tribe Writers launch, I had an interesting discussion with Jeff’s operations manager, Kyle Young. He said to me, “I want this launch to be so fun for our affiliates that they’ll tell everyone about it and beg to promote again.”
Have you ever felt like you have nothing to offer the world? That you don’t have a product or business inside of you…or even a story? That’s how a reader named Debbie felt until I shared this advice with her:
A new reader named Debbie recently wrote this to me:
How do you build a blog from nothing to more than 100,000 readers in less 18 months? Answer: You follow exactly what Jeff Goins teaches in his Tribe Writers course. It’s launching again this October and it’s going to be his biggest launch yet!
I’m excited about Jeff’s launch for four reasons:
If you’re looking for some awesome affiliate launches to promote over the next six months, look no further. We’ve got the top ten affiliate launches for July-December all in one place.
The following launches are in chronological order.
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