Affiliate marketing, as the word “Affiliate” suggests is a form of marketing, wherein you are affiliated or associated with a certain organization, and wherein you promote their products or services on your website (or your social media networks), and whenever any sale happens, you get a certain percentage of the sale amount as your reward. That is Affiliate marketing in a nutshell.
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The product review website model is great since many shoppers use the internet to save time researching their potential purchases. If you choose this website type be prepared to face alot of competition. Since there are so many review sites out there you must find an approach or ‘hook’ that is unique to set your site apart. It’s best to drill down into a small segment of your niche and expand from there instead of casting a large net over an entire market.
“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.”
Added to that, the products are mostly inexpensive, one-time payment offers that would require high sales volumes to make a living. Then, if you’re able to get high sales volume from one product, you’d have to continue shopping for new products to promote and do the same thing ALL OVER AGAIN–that sounds like the very rat race most people are trying to get away from.
The Affiliate Dashboard is where your affiliate can share their link via email and social media with a single click. For example, when they click the Facebook button, they’ll automatically be forwarded over to Facebook, with a new post pre-populated, and their affiliate link already embedded! They can add a personal note or recommendation if they’d like – or they can simply click “Post” to get the message up on their Wall immediately. This “convenience factor” is huge.
Does The Network Offer Any Add-Ons? Add-ons include up-sells, cross-sells and enhancements that your customer can opt for that will allow you to make extra commissions on each sale. Add-ons are a very common practice in affiliate marketing. Add-ons are usually presented at the time of the initial sale. These up-sells add more bells and whistles to enhance the core product. Your customers are under no obligation to buy any of these add-on items, but when they do, you get paid more.