One of the things that I love about affiliate marketing is that you can be successful at it in many different ways. Some people are amazing at converting podcast listeners into buyers. Others rely on product reviews. Others are outstanding copywriters. The best, however, combine methods to be massively successful.
I’ll cut right the heart of this message:
You do not need an email list to be successful with affiliate marketing. There I said it, flat out.
In fact, I made more than $100,000 in 18 months…with less than 300 people on my list.
For many online business owners, the key to success is effectively segmenting your email list. But how do you segment to maximize affiliate marketing success? In this video, I share exactly how to segment your email list to best serve your audience while still maximizing profit.
One of the questions I get frequently is about how to promote affiliate offers and write affiliate emails without sounding “salesy” or inauthentic to your voice and what your audience expects of you. Today I want to share 3 tips for writing affiliate emails that are authentic to you AND get great results.
3 Ways To Use Email You Probably Haven't Thought Of
We all know that one of the most effective ways to promote affiliate offers is through email marketing. It usually looks like this: There is an affiliate offer — you like said affiliate offer — you send an email to your list promoting affiliate offer — maybe you send a follow up to unopens — you move onto the next offer. But there is so much more you can do than that. In today’s video, I’ll share with you 3 ways to use email to promote affiliate offers that you probably haven’t thought of.
Watch This If Emailing Your List Too Often Scares You
According to a recent reader survey, over 70% of my audience worries about emailing their list too often. Recently, I got an email from James Prescott expressing his fear of what might happen if he emails his list three or four times a week. If you have similar fears or concerns, watch this video.
Can email length really make a difference in your ability to close sales at the end of an affiliate promotion? The research sure says it does. In fact, the top closers’ emails were nearly half the length of the non-converters. Your goal on cart close day is to get them to the sales page or your bonuses page. That is it. It’s certainly not to write a novel. Remember, short and sweet on cart close day. That is key #9 to closing more affiliate sales.
The number of times an affiliate emailed in the last 48 (and especially 24) hours was the number one factor in closing affiliate sales. So, how do you do this without burning your list and getting a mass of unsubscribes? Today, I share exactly how in key #4 of closing affiliate sales.
We’re back for part three of this quick series on using optin lists in affiliate promotions. I’ve shared WHY you want to use them, HOW to get them, and some best strategies for getting the most of them. Today, I’m going to share five things you need to know. I’ll cover common mistakes, frequently asked questions, and things you might not have thought of it when it comes to using optin lists.
What are the best practices for using an optin list as an affiliate? That’s what today’s episode is all about in part two of this three-part series on using optin lists. Used right, they can dramatically increase sales while virtually eliminating unsubscribes.
Today, I’m starting a quick three-part series on using optin lists. What is an optin list exactly? It’s a list of those people who have opted in (by giving their email address) to an affiliate promotion. In today’s episode, it’s all about WHY you should use your optin list and HOW to get it.
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