7 Reasons Why You Should Work with Small Affiliates

Your Biggest Asset Might Be Your Smallest Partners

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.

The Absolute #1 Way to Get Your Best New Affiliates (That Almost No One Uses)

How to Instantly Grow Your Affiliates by 20-30%

I’m about to reveal the easiest, most effective, and fastest way to get awesome new affiliates. When I share it, it will seem obvious…and yet, almost no one does it.

I’ll spare you the teasing and the mystery and cut right to the good stuff.

The number one way to get new affiliates is this:

How to Recruit New Affiliates You Don’t Even Know [VIDEO]

The Exact Way We've Found Thousands of New Affiliates Using Google

Your early efforts at recruiting affiliates are severely limited by your network. When you are first getting started online, you might not know a single person who’d make a good affiliate? So, how do you find affiliates even if you don’t know anyone? Today, I share the exact method we’ve used to recruit thousands of affiliates for our clients.

3 Keys to Recruiting Affiliates You Don’t Know

Part 1 of 3: A How-To Guide on Recruiting Cold

When you are first starting out recruiting affiliates, it can be hard to find more than a few people who are good fits and with whom you have a good relationship. That makes recruiting good affiliates a challenge, because most people have a limited network of potential affiliates on hand. So how do you recruit affiliates you don’t even know? Today, I’ll show you how.

Over the years, more than 80% of affiliates we’ve recruited began promoting offers before we had any relationship with them. That means that prior to reaching out to them to ask them to promote something, we didn’t know each other. At all.

How to Hear YES More from Potential Affiliates [VIDEO]

30 Days of Q&A - Day Thirty

What is the secret to hearing YES more often from potential affiliates? The answer is surprisingly simple and I share it in today’s video:

In this video, I share why you don’t hear YES more often and how to fix that. I also share the formula I follow to hear YES from more potential affiliates.

Why You Should Promote Your Competitors as an Affiliate [VIDEO]

30 Days of Q&A - Day Eight

Can you imagine Coke and Pepsi suddenly deciding to promote one another? I know that sounds completely insane, but thankfully, for most of us, working with competitors is a great way to grow our businesses. In this video, I’ll show you why and how competitors make great affiliates, plus why and how you should promote them.

In this video, I share you the four ways to work with competitors as affiliates. Put these tips to use and you’ll find that competitors will be some of your best affiliates.

Is My Industry Right for an Affiliate Program? [VIDEO]

30 Days of Q&A - Day Seven

What do you do if you are in an industry or a niche that feels like it’s not a good for having an affiliate program? That’s what one reader recently asked and in this video, I answer that question.

Craig Alexander recently emailed me and explained why his industry is not right for affiliates. Is he right or wrong?

What do You do if You Can’t Reciprocate an Affiliate Promotion? [VIDEO]

30 Days of Q&A - Day Five

What do you do if someone is a good fit to promote your offer but the reverse is not true? This happens all the time in the affiliate world. Someone else has a perfect audience for your product, but their product is not a good fit for your audience. When this happens, what do you do? That’s what today’s video is all about.

Most larger affiliates will want some sort of reciprocation. In other words, “You promote me, I’ll promote you.”