How can you get the most from launching your online course? Devin Slavin interviewed me for his Online Course Creation Summit and I answered the very question. You won’t be surprised by my answer: Joint Venture (JV) Partners (AKA Affiliates). In this two-part interview, I share the exact strategies we use to find, recruit, and motivate affiliates for our clients and our own products.
I’ve never shared this before publicly. But today, I’m revealing something that has made my companies (and our clients) tens of millions of dollars! Want to know what it is? Of course! So come join me LIVE right now to learn the exact process I use to find affiliates (even if I don’t know them)! This one training today could completely transform your business!
So you’re ready to hire a JV manager and scale your business, but there are so many things to consider! Today, I’m going to give you ALL the inside information on hiring a JV manager (AKA affiliate manager), from where to find them, how to vet them, and how much to pay them. I also share the pros and cons of outsourcing versus hiring in-house.
If you’re running an affiliate launch or affiliate program and you need a way to drive more sales without doing a costly leaderboard contest, I have the solution. Typically, the only way to drive more affiliate sales is to up the ante and offer more prizes to your top partners. But that is risky and doesn’t always have the greatest ROI. Today, I share a better way to reward your affiliates for more sales.
Recently, I got an email from a subscriber who asked what criteria I had for what should be in place to ensure that her first product launch would be successful. It would be nice if it was that easy…just check all the boxes and your success would be guaranteed! Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way. However, in this video, I respond to her question and share what she SHOULD do to maximize her chances of success.
If you’re going to start an email list, there are some things you MUST do first. SEVEN specific things, in fact. And I keep seeing people make the same mistakes over and over again with these “MUSTS.” The same seven mistakes people make BEFORE starting their email list (and even AFTER they start it). I’ve studied email lists and email marketing for more than a decade and these 7 “MUSTS” are common in all successful email marketers. Failing to do even just ONE of these “MUSTS” is a recipe for failure. No one is immune not even me. I made every one of these mistakes and paid the price BIG TIME! Thankfully, you don’t have to fail like I have in the past. You can get the inside scoop on all 7 “MUSTS” by watching this video. I’ll share why you must do them and what happens when you DON’T, so you can avoid the pain and heartache I had to endure.
There are 5 reasons you need to start growing an email list now. today. There is also one HUGE reason that people don’t start growing their email list. As a matter of fact, it’s the #1 thing that holds people back and keeps them from building an email list and experiencing massive success in their businesses. In this video, I’ll share the 5 reasons to start growing one AND the thing that’s holding you back.
In the fall of 2017, my team and I participated in Marisa Murgatroyd’s Experience Product Masterclass affiliate launch. We ended up getting 3rd place in sales and earning over $50,000 in cash and prizes. Marisa also had her first 7-figure affiliate launch. After the launch, Mark Sieverkropp, from my team, caught up with Marisa to do a case study of her ultra-successful launch. You can watch that interview below.
If you run an affiliate program, you are making a HUGE mistake if you decline small affiliates. In today’s video, I share why declining small affiliates is a dumb idea. I also share why you might get declined if you are ARE a small affiliate.
Is there some sort of “secret” psychology with affiliate leaderboards? Well, yes there is. Today, I share why you shouldn’t use an auto-updating leaderboard (thanks to Will Fitzgerald for the question!) and how to get the most out of your leaderboards. I also share some of our “secret sauce” for managing them.