Thu, 21 November 2019
In this week’s episode, I talk all about how to boost your affiliate marketing game (and revenue) by loving up on your affiliates!
So when I'm talking about "loving up" on your affiliates, this means how you can help them to best deliver and succeed as your affiliate -- promoting your program or service.
Affiliates broaden your audience reach and because they’ve already established the know, like, and trust factor with their audience, your conversion rate will be higher than if you were to just target these audiences in cold ads.
This is why, in my most recent Digital Course Academy launch, I went above and beyond to give my affiliates a whole lot of love and attention, and let me tell you, it definitely paid off.
Today I want to share the specific ways I made my affiliates, like Jenna Kutcher, Stu McLaren, Kajabi, and Jill and Josh Stanton, feel extra special and important so that you can do the same for your upcoming launch.
In this episode, I’m going to share 5 simple and powerful strategies to love up on your affiliates so they, in turn, go above and beyond to sell your course or service.
You’re going to walk away from this episode with so many exciting ideas for your next launch!
Tune in to learn these 5 strategies (plus a bonus strategy!)...
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Direct download: Online_Marketing_Made_Easy_Podcast_Episode_290.mp3
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