A lot of affiliate programs only work with larger affiliates…and I think that’s wrong. I’m not judging people who decide to only work with a select group of needle movers, but I do think it’s a mistake. Below I share seven reasons why you should work with smaller affiliates.
Before I share my seven reasons to work with smaller affiliates, let me be clear on something:
There is no better way to grow your list and your sales than picking up a few huge affiliates. They can explode your business literally overnight.
Last year, Michael Hyatt created a brand new productivity course and released it to his audience. This year, Free to Focus will be available for affiliates to share with their audiences as well. We couldn’t be more excited to add this launch to our affiliate offerings for September 2017.
I am personally very excited for this launch for four reasons:
One of the single most frustrating things you can do as an online entrepreneur is to put in the effort to recruit affiliates…only to have them do nothing. Today, I’ll show you how to activate your inactive affiliates.
I received an email recently from a guy who has over 1,000 affiliates for his product. That’s great!
What if you could completely remove failure as an option in your affiliate marketing? What if there was a way to set goals that would guarantee your success as an affiliate? Well, there is. By following the three principles outlined in today’s post you can ensure your success — whether it is your first affiliate promotion or your 100th.
Let’s be honest:
It hurts when you join a launch as an affiliate and don’t make a dime.
When you are first starting out recruiting affiliates, it can be hard to find more than a few people who are good fits and with whom you have a good relationship. That makes recruiting good affiliates a challenge, because most people have a limited network of potential affiliates on hand. So how do you recruit affiliates you don’t even know? Today, I’ll show you how.
Over the years, more than 80% of affiliates we’ve recruited began promoting offers before we had any relationship with them. That means that prior to reaching out to them to ask them to promote something, we didn’t know each other. At all.
As I type this, I am in the middle of running another massive launch, this time for Michael Hyatt. The upside to these launches is that they are fun, they have massive impact, and well…we make a lot of money. The downside is that it’s really hard to stand out. Today, I’ll share 10 ways you can go the extra mile and really stand out, serve your audience better, and sell a lot more!
If you want to break out of the clutter of large affiliate promotions, you have to go the extra mile.