So you’ve got your affiliates lined up for your big product launch or promotion. Now what? Getting a certain number of affiliates to mail once or twice for your promotion is one thing, but getting them to mail an extra one or two times (or even double or triple the times) they planned is what will take your affiliate program to the next level. Today I am going to show you how to get your affiliates to mail about your offer more often.
Today I’m going share with you 7 ways to get your affiliates to mail more often, which ultimately can double, triple or even exponentially grow your affiliate sales.
If you’ve ever been declined from an affiliate program, you know how frustrating it can be. The fact is that there are two reasons why this happens to small affiliates…and neither of them are valid. Today’s episode shares why.
This might surprise you, but there is a time when you absolutely do NOT want to work with affiliates. In today’s episode, I answer a question from Elle Cole about whether she should work with affiliates right now…and my answer is NO!
In yesterday’s episode, I shared WHY affiliate leaderboards help you generate more sales. Today, I’ll show you HOW to use them to encourage, inspire, excite your affiliates…which can dramatically increase your results.
I got a question recently: Do affiliate leaderboards actually produce more sales? The answer is a resounding YES and I’ll explain why in today’s episode. I’ll also share how to make the most of your leaderboards to dramatically increase your sales.
When you run an affiliate launch, the key is to make it ridiculously simple for your affiliates to share your content with their audience. That’s why it’s standard to provide swipe copy, graphics, leaderboard updates and other tools and resources. As a general rule, the easier it is to promote, the more your affiliates will promote. A good affiliate center is central to making it easy for your affiliates to promote. Watch the video below to learn how to create a great affiliate center that gets results (for you AND your affiliates).
So, you’ve written the book and now you’re all excited to launch it. But you realize that you just don’t have that many people promoting it. You want affiliates for your book launch. How do you get them? That is what this post is about.
I’ve been fortunate to have worked on tons of book launches for awesome people like Lewis Howes, Brian Tracy, Ray Edwards and Jeff Goins, whose book launch for his new book, Real Artists Don’t Starve just finished this week.
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.
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.
When you offer an upsell or downsell, should you pay affiliates a commission? I’ve seen it done many different ways. No commission, full commission, partial commission, but the answer ultimately boils down to one thing.
Watch the video above for my take and the best answer I got when I asked other experts.