If you were making $10K a month by simply emailing out affiliate promotions, would you want to stop?
Here’s how to find and use even the most obscure affiliate programs. Let’s say you’re in the fitness niche and you write a blogpost about Kettlebells – those weird gym weights that look like tea kettles without spouts.
Don’t you just love programs where you make the sale once and get paid over and over again? And what’s not to love about the fitness and health niche, too? It’s expanding faster than people’s waistlines, to the tune of
This is a list of the top paying Clickbank programs in the online marketing niche with recurring billing. Sell them once, get paid over and over again. And since it’s Clickbank, even new marketers can get signed up and promoting right away. Average rebill amounts are according to Clickbank.
This case study has an interesting twist – rather than hunting down just any affiliates to promote his membership site, ‘Bob’ targets only people who are launching their own product.
Michael Rozbruch sells a CPA training program for $1500. To get people interested in his product launch for his training program, he used a webinar. 3,000 people signed up for that launch webinar, and here is where it gets interesting…
Trying to recruit affiliates is a whole lot easier if you can offer 100% commission on the front-end product and 50% commission on each upsell.
In the U.S., “pissing off” someone is to make them mad at you – sometimes REALLY mad. In the case of a customer, that’s mad enough to never buy your products again, and maybe even mad enough to say bad stuff about you in social media, too.
You might already know this, but just in case, we’re going to cover what a niche market is and what it’s not.
Some people are under the misconception that a niche market is a tiny market that almost no one is participating in.