Hi Warriors, Is there any FREE work from home job or products on click bank, Jvzoo or warrior plus

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I have an email list of people who are interested in work from home or make money online products, but the hurdle is, they are all "paid" to join. And many times they have recurring monthly payments.

Why can't these marketers who want to deliver this service give a one month trial, and afterwards charge. As it appears seemingly difficult to convince my potential subscribers to pay for a product that he or she hasn't tried out before.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    There are lists....and then there are lists.


    If you have a list of people unwilling to pay money for anything- why maintain that list? Waht is the point of a list of freebie seekers?


    Why ot create your own products to sell to your list - or, alternatively, create funnels that start with low priced affiliate products and increase (and segment your list) as some of those you email to buy the products?


    Could it you need to provide better sales copy/reviews in order to SELL to your list? That is the point of having a list - sales - profit.



    Most IM products have some sort of refund guarantee - but it's unrealistic to expect all to have trial periods where people can download and use a product for $0.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ruth Inyama
      Thanks Kay King, I really appreciate your quick response.


      The part "Why not create your own products to sell to your list - or, alternatively, create funnels that start with low priced affiliate products and increase (and segment your list) as some of those you email to buy the products?" is worth considering.

      However, "Free products" I'm referring to is not completely free per say, but free for the user in the first month after which the registration fee or whatever can be deducted from the money earned at the end of the month even before the user gets access to it

      Thanks a lot
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    However, "Free products" I'm referring to is not completely free per say, but free for the user in the first month after which the registration fee or whatever can be deducted from the money earned at the end of the month even before the user gets access to it
    I don't really undestand what you meant in the paragraph above.


    If you are selling affiliate products to your list - how long are you willing to wait for commission payment? If they can join for free - no commission - if there is a trial period - no commission - if they buy still need to wait till end of refund guarantee before commission is paid.


    If you have built a list of people looking for everything for free - or expect to have free access before buying - the list is not worth much. You need to test by promoting to it. If you can't sell even low end products to this list...why bother with it?


    In my opinion, instead of looking for free trials - you should focus on finding low cost IM products, reviewing and promoting those as an affiliate. If someone buys - they move to a 'buyers' list and into your funnel. That funnel starts with lower priced products, bonuses here and there and moves the 'cream of the crop of your list (buyers)' into promotions for higher priced products.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ruth Inyama
      This is indeed an advice worth paying for. Thanks again Kay King
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  • There are many good products in the market that have free trial that you can promote (e.g. AWeber, GetResponse, ClickMagick, etc.). You just need to do more research to find them out. Free trial is one of the good way to attract subscribers and earn the monthly recurring commissions subsequently.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ruth Inyama
      Thanks internetmarketingmadeez..

      I'll be sure to make the research
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  • Profile picture of the author Irwantolim
    There are few software products that offer free trial like clickfunnels. And that's good for marketers as well
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  • Profile picture of the author brucey666
    Yeah, but i have seen recently on big money making celebrities that are using free trials for 14 days or 30 days to promote their products and training, most of them are active on youtube.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ruth Inyama
      Can you at least mention a few of the free trial products used by celebrities on YouTube. I think it will be of great help. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    you might want to look at products on JVzoo and warrior plus that are in the $7.00 to $12.00 range. Theses inexpensive products are easy to convert and you will end up with 100% commission on the front end and 50% commission on upsells.

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