I have an ebook (which sells for $45) and a video course which includes the ebook for $100.
I've put a lot of time and effort into the book but i'm no expert on selling and marketing. Ideally I would like to learn it myself but I would like to see some money coming in so am considering hiring affiliates in the meantime.
Could someone please give me some tips on the best way to go about this.
Obviously Clickbank is the big one but have some serious reservations. It seems I have to give up 75% commissions that is A LOT! Sure if I get 1000 sales a month its worth it, but for a more realistic figure giving away the right to control who markets the product and spread it around to other marketers for not much upside seems like a bit of risk.
Also, every Clickbank product I have looked at seems really cheap and spammy.
Is there a more "up-market" way to meet with affiliates, get to know each other and I can work together on it... and negotiate a split?
Assuming those concerns are unwarranted i'm guessing hiring affiliates isn't as easy as just listing it on clickbank and there is a bit of an art form to getting people to promote for you?