Looking for more information on finding affiliates for our affiliates program

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Hi everyone, I'm really stoked to find this forum and it definitely seems like the place to be.
We have an ecommerce shop setup and we sell niche health products and I want to know how to find more affiliates to help sell and build our program.

Where can we start? Is there a walkthrough? Thanks in advance for all the tips and help!
#affiliates #finding #information #program
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  • Profile picture of the author chriswhiteley
    Your best place to start would be with your current customers. Since you already have your contact information, and they have experience with your product/service, it makes sense to start with them.

    You can include information about the affiliate program in any of the purchase invoice emails, any login area where they check the status of their order, and any follow up emails/newsletters to previous customers.

    From there, you could offer a tiered affiliate program and allow your affiliates to recruit more affiliates for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Oliver Chan
      That's a awesome suggestion Chris! We already have the system set up and I'm looking to see how to get more people.

      Starting from people who like our products and purchased before would be a good place to start! Thanks for thip
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    • Profile picture of the author Oliver Chan
      This is good for organic growth. I will start doing this as well. Thanks for the suggestions
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  • Profile picture of the author affmarketer101
    I think you should work with Refersion. They have pretty good amount of affiliate marketers on its platform. Especially, it focuses on ecommerce.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    You could also go through the search results, looking for websites that rank for the products you sell but are really not selling them - they are just affiliate links to places like Amazon. Affiliate sites are usually easily found by entering the product name or product type and the word "review" in a search. If you have a better deal than who they are currently using, you might convince them to switch to your affiliate program.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    I'd start a niche help blog Oliver and create helpful content to attract affiliates.

    Help people on niche health forum to draw affiliates to you.

    Folks sign up when you hang where they hang and prove you know your stuff, sharing helpful free content.

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