Today I’m going to share with you why your affiliate program should be fun. In the end, it’s all about results…and FUN affiliate programs get better results. More engaged affiliates, more enjoyment for you, and ultimately more sales!
This episode might hurt a little…because today we’re talking about the power of pain. I’m also going to call you out on your “side gig” and show you why you need to make more money doing what you do. Yep…it might hurt. But it’s necessary. Today is the last episode in this series of takeaways from Jeff Goins’ Tribe Conference last year and it might be the best.
Today, I am sharing two more huge takeaways from last year’s Tribe Conference: The Power of Relationships and the Power of Public Speaking. You simply cannot build an online business in solitude. You need the support of others. And today, I share how to build those relationships. I also share 12 public speaking tips from the master, Michael Port.
I’m back today with more lessons from Jeff Goins’ Tribe Conference. Today, I share three lessons: The Power of Connection from Asha Dornfest, The Power of Belief from Mike Berry, and The Power of Teaching from ConvertKit’s Nathan Barry. Come back tomorrow for three more lessons!
I’m about to head on a fun road trip to Austin, TX to meet with Ryan Levesque’s team and a few other locations. So I wanted to share a blast from the past: lessons I learned at last year’s Tribe Conference by Jeff Goins. Today is the first of a four-part series with my 11 biggest takeaways from the conference. You do NOT want to miss an episode here.
Recently I read a comment from my friend Jim Woods. He mentioned the concern that many people have – affiliate “overlap,” as he called it, or affiliate saturation. Basically, he said he was on several people’s lists who would be promoting Jeff Goins’ Tribe Writers launch at the same time and wondered about subscriber fatigue, lower email open rates, and even unsubscribes. In today’s video, I share two things to remember about the myth of affiliate saturation and one way that IF it happens, it could work to your benefit.
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!
Tribe Writers is best-selling author Jeff Goins’ online course for those who are serious about to honing their message, building an audience, and getting published.
So, you’ve written the book and now you’re all excited to launch it. But you realize that you just don’t have that many people promoting it. You want affiliates for your book launch. How do you get them? That is what this post is about.
I’ve been fortunate to have worked on tons of book launches for awesome people like Lewis Howes, Brian Tracy, Ray Edwards and Jeff Goins, whose book launch for his new book, Real Artists Don’t Starve just finished this week.
It’s easy to think that you have to have tens or hundreds of thousands of people on your email list to get on the leaderboard of your next affiliate promotion. That is simply not true. Today I share my takeaways from a conversation I had with my friend Matthew Loomis about how he finished SECOND in a recent launch — outperforming people with lists 2 or 3 times bigger than his.
Last year Matthew Loomis surprised everyone (I’ll admit it…including me) when he finished second during the Fall 2016 Tribe Writers launch. For his list size, he GREATLY outperformed his list size — beating out affiliates with much larger lists.
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: