If you take a look at the homepage, notice how everything is just boxes of links really. Head over to thewirecutter.com and see if you spot any similarities… Also a lot of links. The homepage is practically a page for link aggregation and it’s a great way to send link juice out to the lower pages. It can potentially also harm your SEO, Bottom line is that Tung Tran is a very knowledgeable guy and you can learn a lot from him.
Powerful Ad Management. FlexOffers comes with a database where advertisers can upload their promotional content. This way, publishers need not search for photos and other creative content about your brand from third-party sources. This not only makes it more convenient for publishers; it also allows advertisers to protect their branding throughout the campaign.
Hey guys. Great post with detailed, actionable content. I would like to add my ‘2 cents’ if that’s ok. You are absolutely right with offering a ‘free gift’ in exchange for someone’s name and email address but I have found short reports have worked best for me. If you give away too much information for free they don’t tend to get consumed so the trust isn’t built with your subscriber. Your free gift is the first point of contact with your prospect so it’s unlikely they will read an entire ebook but if you give them a short report which they are able to consume in about 20 mins and they get tremendous value from they are more likely to listen to you in the future and buy your recommendations. A big mistake i see a lot of affiliates make is the content they use for their free giveaway. They think just because it’s given away for free that they can just throw together some PLR material and use that. Unfortunately that doesn’t cut it these days and will damage your relationship with your prospect rather than strengthen it. The best way is to carry out some research in your marketplace and see what pains and frustrations your prospects have and create your free giveaway around that.
Ohhh making that first affiliate sale might be the greatest feeling ever, even if it’s 18 cents. Here’s the sad thing though: most networks will have a minimum payout threshold that’s typically $50 or $100, so it may be a LONG time before you see the money. I used to be an affiliate for BlueHost, and after my first sale, I was stoked to see $65 in my affiliate report!! Legitimately, I felt like a millionaire. Unfortunately, BlueHost has a minimum payout of $100, so that money went untouched until I made another sale, but even then…
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“For someone new, I send friendly emails, comment on their YouTube channel, DMs on Instagram and LinkedIn. I’m very casual [and friendly] in my speech. In the outreach, I include a link that I created with resources – right off the bat, it shows them resources, templates, reviews, summaries, infographics, screenshots; everything they need to make this as easy as possible.”
This did not happen overnight. And yes, I was broke for a couple of years while creating content. But it literally changed my life… I moved out of my parent’s house into a nice apartment in downtown Denver, bought my first car (a Mercedes c300), adopted 2 kitties, and my credit raised 45 points. I also donated $6k to GoFundMe campaigns and 6k to my parents. I’m a humble dude but in affiliate marketing, the numbers do the talking. Now I have 0 clients and 100% freedom. There’s a lot of BS which is why I wrote this and want to show you how I did it.
One of the advantages of a smaller program is that you will have an affiliate manager to work with. Find a good paying product from a smaller team very closely aligned with your niche. Create some great content and funnels. Spend a little on ads. Before you know it you will be able to ask for a higher commission rate, special coupon codes that align with your content strategy, etc.
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