landing pages for affiliates

6 replies
I will build a special website for affiliate marketers, where we will provide landing pages for offers and products for free in order to save new marketers the costs of building a website.
What do you think of this idea?
#affiliates #landing #pages
Avatar of Unregistered
  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Originally Posted by Hamada Sayed View Post

    I will build a special website for affiliate marketers, where we will provide landing pages for offers and products for free in order to save new marketers the costs of building a website.
    What do you think of this idea?

    How do you intend to make money from this?
    Signature


    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11780695].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author niftystats
    do you mean automatic generation of landing pages with design ? There are several popular design services where you can already make professional design.
    Signature
    Affiliate Stats Tracking - Secure software for analyzing your sales
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11780702].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author Moodesburn1977
    it seems really good its all about the follow up, and the way this is done when people opt in to a great landing page
    Signature

    Lets build a online business by giving value and learning how to build a email list
    https://davidmitchell1977.systeme.io...alueonwarriorf

    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11780737].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author art72
    I imagine this leads into selling them monthly subscriptions to the tools and software included in the building process - much like Social Media Marketing Agencies (*and local lead generators) are doing with SaaS platforms and CRM's like High Level which can create monthly recurring revenues or commission based partnerships or affiliations.

    Or... are you simply trying to get some social proof, testimonials, reviews, feedback, etc?

    With AI creating eComm stores (blogs, websites, landing pages, etc) in a few clicks, building auto-generated content, images, videos and automated follow ups by phone, sms, and email... this game is changing fast!

    While I am trying to stay neutral to all this "done for you" AI stuff... it really seems to be taking the short cut to the majorities primary interests and well-being... as it's almost thoughtlessly created!

    Forgive my bias... as I am for automating, saving time, and capitalism to a degree... but just have to wonder; how will this serve people's interest outside of feeding their greed (and laziness?)
    Signature
    Atop a tree with Buddha ain't a bad place to take rest!
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11780961].message }}
    • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
      art72, you bring up a good point. Recently MJ DeMarco of MILLIONAIRE FASTLANE fame wrote at his forum:
      Once again we have someone confusing a TOOL into a BUSINESS MODEL.

      Writing is a tool.
      Newsletters are a tool.
      Blogs are a tool.
      Selling on Amazon is a powerful tool.
      Podcasting is a tool.
      TikTok shorts is a tool.
      AI is a tool
      Build a business and use these tools.
      When the tools themselves are used as a business model, then it becomes a horrible grind.

      Yes, you can be successful turning a tool into a business model. But you can also be successful joining an MLM or buying lottery tickets.



      This astute observation goes to your point of this AI flurry being about TAKING money from people and not about serving them or giving them value other than shortcuts to already available information...which is certainly a value.

      The OP is offering a TOOL, for affiliate marketers, but a universal problem with this group to start with, is, they often confuse the tool with the goal...which is to make money promoting someone's product, most often a digital product at that.

      So, if one buys into the world of affiliate marketing as a way to make money, they inherently have the "slop and mess" which comes with it. By the very decision to do, this, that or the other...they set themselves up for the grind.

      And as you point out, the whole sales pitch of AI as it is being offered is to have it do all the work and make the money...or I say, TAKE the money. I think that roller coaster is peaking the first hill, and we'll see how fast it turns into H.A.L. selling his AI gained know how to B.A.R.B. who is automatically buying for someone sitting on the beach sipping cold drinks.

      As for the OP and the idea, isn't this already out there, what is the benefit of having this done, and what costs are being saved?

      AI will soon reveal the truth of "no free lunches" except at the soup kitchen, where an IMer doesn't want to end up, hopefully.

      GordonJ




      Originally Posted by art72 View Post

      I imagine this leads into selling them monthly subscriptions to the tools and software included in the building process - much like Social Media Marketing Agencies (*and local lead generators) are doing with SaaS platforms and CRM's like High Level which can create monthly recurring revenues or commission based partnerships or affiliations.

      Or... are you simply trying to get some social proof, testimonials, reviews, feedback, etc?

      With AI creating eComm stores (blogs, websites, landing pages, etc) in a few clicks, building auto-generated content, images, videos and automated follow ups by phone, sms, and email... this game is changing fast!

      While I am trying to stay neutral to all this "done for you" AI stuff... it really seems to be taking the short cut to the majorities primary interests and well-being... as it's almost thoughtlessly created!

      Forgive my bias... as I am for automating, saving time, and capitalism to a degree... but just have to wonder; how will this serve people's interest outside of feeding their greed (and laziness?)
      {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11780971].message }}
      • Profile picture of the author art72
        Originally Posted by GordonJ View Post

        art72, you bring up a good point. Recently MJ DeMarco of MILLIONAIRE FASTLANE fame wrote at his forum:
        [I]Once again we have someone confusing a TOOL into a BUSINESS MODEL

        GordonJ
        Your post lead me to sign up 'over there' and to find his book, which I've yet to explore in full, but the summary... 'makes sense' and the 5 Fast Lane Commandments are in-line with my mission!

        I now better understand your definition of "slop and mess" when it comes to 3rd party (*affiliate marketing) as the promoter has little (*if any) control of the product/service... or in essence; the outcome.

        Being I am a bit of a control freak... that explains why I haven't went full throttle with promoting affiliate offers to date!
        Signature
        Atop a tree with Buddha ain't a bad place to take rest!
        {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11780991].message }}
Avatar of Unregistered

Trending Topics