So, you have the perfect affiliate product and you’re excited to tell your audience all about it. The only thing is . . . where do you put that affiliate link? This is the episode you’re going to want to listen to, because it’ll tell you exactly where you should be putting your affiliate products (and where you’re probably not putting them currently).
In fact, there are twenty-one locations that I’m going to mention in this episode. Of course, you don’t have to use them all, but I actually do all of these things personally, and they work very well. Pick and choose, and use what makes the most sense for you!
If you’re just tuning in, this month is Affiliate Marketing Month here on SPI. I highly recommend going back and listening to Episode 290 through this episode. Affiliate Marketing is the number one way that I’ve generated an income over the years as an entrepreneur, and it’s just a massive win for everyone involved if you do it right. I highly recommend it, especially if you’re just starting out. There are products out there that already exist that may align perfectly with what may best serve your audience; why not recommend them and earn a commission in the process?
If you haven’t already, sign up for the waitlist for my brand-new course, 1•2•3 Affiliate Marketing. This will help walk you through the process of how to generate an income through affiliate marketing from start to finish: how to select the right products, how to promote them, how to frame your affiliate pitch so your audience is likely to engage, and how to follow up and make sure everyone is happy. You can sign up before the end of the week if there are still spots available (I’m limiting the beta period to 500 students only); if not, sign up for the waitlist and I’ll let you know when the course opens back up again, sometime in 2018. Check it out at 123AffiliateMarketing.com.
And, to download my free guide to mastering affiliate marketing, check out AffiliateMarketingtheSmartWay.com.
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