So you started a blog. Now what? If you’ve followed me for any amount of time, you know I am a big believer in monetizing from day one. After all, brick and mortar stores start selling stuff the day they open their doors, why shouldn’t you? So how exactly do you turn your blog into an affiliate marketing machine? In today’s post, I will share 7 simple ways to get started today.
There are a lot of people who start a blog with the intention of creating a profitable business. Unfortunately, too many never actually get there.
Over and over I hear from people that their #1 challenge with their online business is building their brand and email list. That is why I am so excited to share Marc Guberti’s Content Marketing Success Summit with you. Marc is bringing together over 50 content marketing experts to help your audience get their ideas into the world. And it’s a great affiliate opportunity.
This is a guest post from Mark Sieverkropp, our senior affiliate manager and resident summit expert. He has run summits such as the Peak Work Performance Summit, The Work By Design Summit and the World Record-Breaking summit, The Authority Super Summit in addition to dozens of product launches.
Recently Matt and I had a conversation with a friend of ours who was wanting to recruit affiliates for her upcoming virtual summit. As we gave her some suggestions, I realized that, while many recruiting techniques are the same, regardless of whether you’re running a summit or a product launch, there are a few key differences. So Matt asked me to share some of those tips with you.
When we first began running virtual summits, we basically took our playbook for affiliate product launches and applied it to summits.
Online summits are all the rage these days. I wholeheartedly believe they are one of the single best ways to significantly grow your list, connect with influencers, make a huge splash in the market, and…make a lot of money in the process.
Are Summits Dead?
There is a lot of talk in the online marketing community about summits right now. The big question is: Are summits dead?
The short answer is no. In fact, they keep getting bigger and bigger.