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.
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:
In case you didn’t know, affiliate prizes are a big deal. They not only attract affiliates to promote you, but they also incentivize affiliates to put in more effort. But how do you pick the right ones?
Having the right prizes for your budget can make your launch can make your program more attractive to potential affiliates. On more than one occasion, I’ve chosen to promote a launch based on the prizes, even when I realistically stood no chance to win some of them.
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.
NOTE: Application to any of the following programs is no guarantee of acceptance. Some programs have stricter rules than others.
If you’ve been involved in online marketing for more than ten minutes, you’ve probably heard of Michael Hyatt. I’m excited to announce that he is the newest addition to our client roster and he has a HUGE launch coming up in November.
This is particularly exciting for me personally for four reasons:
Last year, something changed for me. That something was that I learned a skill that every marketer needs to know well: Copywriting. I learned it from the master. And so can you.
Today, I consider myself blessed to be friends with that master, Ray Edwards. He’s not only a client of ours, but also a dear friend.
Long before we worked together, though, I was a fan of his, listening to his podcast for hours and reading everything he put out (I still do today).
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Along the way, I picked up a few things from him. How to be persuasive without feeling sleazy, for instance. And how to get people to open, read, and take action on my emails.