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In this episode, I want to talk about affiliate launches. How do you serve as a good affiliate for someone else’s product? I’m going to give you the details of a recent affiliate launch that I did to examine what worked and what didn’t. Also, I want to give you some general rules to keep in mind when becoming an affiliate to help you get the most out of it.
I don’t promote things that I don’t believe in. That’s partly an ethical thing, but also, if you’ve actually seen results from a product or service, you’re able to be a more effective affiliate. I finished up my affiliate program with James Wedmore not long ago, and he’s been my coach for around a year and a half. I started promoting it before his course even launched.
We made more sales on the first day of that launch than we made on the other three days combined. That brings me to the first idea I want to stress: expose your audience to the person early. It’s important to give your audience time to build a relationship.
When you get into an affiliate program, you’ll find that it can be competitive. What I want you to do is put your blinders on and stay in your lane. Promote and play to your strengths. I’ll give you an example of how I followed this advice in my partnership with James Wedmore.
Think about if there are programs you love that you’d love to promote to your audience. It’s a great way to add value to your audience and bring in additional revenue.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- How do you serve as a good affiliate for someone else’s product
- General rules when becoming an affiliate to help you get the most out of it
- Why promoting things that you believe in is important as an affiliate
- When is the best time to promote an affiliate launch to build a relationship
- Why bonuses are essential to have an effective launch
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