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In this episode of The Affiliate Guy Daily podcast, I share the easiest, most effective, and fastest way to get new affiliate partners. It might seem obvious and first…and yet, almost no one does it.

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Matt helps online business owners and brands, small and large leverage the power of partners to grow their businesses. He teaches you how to make money as an affiliate and how to work better with affiliates. Entrepreneurs and companies such as Shark Tank's Kevin Harrington, Zig Ziglar, Ray Edwards, Brian Tracy, Lewis Howes, Shutterfly, Jeff Goins, and Michael Hyatt have trusted Matt to run their affiliate launches.

3 thoughts on “The #1 Way to Get New Affiliates (That No Almost No One Does) [PODCAST]

  1. Hey Matt, great energy – first time listening. I am curious why would affiliates refer direct competition to compete for your business? A second tier commission is OK as an option, but thats a one time payment vs everyday competition for that customer. thx man

    1. Matt McWilliams says:

      Hey Cooper! Welcome 🙂

      Here’s an example of why…ultimately it’s math.

      Let’s say that I have 10,000 people on my list and you have 10,000 on yours.

      Let’s also say that 500 overlap (high but let’s roll with it)

      If I get 1% of my audience to buy Product A ($100) at a 40% commission and you do the same.

      If I sell 100 X 40 (40% of $100) I make $4,000

      You make the same.

      I also make 10% of your sales so another $1,000. $5,000 total.

      Let’s say I “lost” 3 sales to you though. Then I only “lose” $120 in commissions. Versus the $1,000 I made 2nd tier.

      Make sense?

      1. I do see where you are coming from, and thanks for the explanation! Catch up on the next one!

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