What to promote $10 Commission or $1000 Commission Program

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In my marketing journey I really never find a very big difference between
small commission program or big commission programs.

The only trick is sales team who can sell for you that High ticket.
Have you ever find any difference or you just don't know what
I am talking about.?
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  • Profile picture of the author crowsnest7
    Yes, I'm not sure what you're saying.

    Are you saying that the size of the ticket doesn't matter?

    Please explain.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisWrok
    Just make sure your offer matches your list.

    It's no use sending a $1000 coaching program to someone that only opts in to free offers.
    Qualify your list
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by hbhanot View Post

    In my marketing journey I really never find a very big difference between
    small commission program or big commission programs.
    Not sure I quite understand. I have seen $1,000 programs and $10 ones and there is a HUGE difference !

    So not sure what you are getting at ?



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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    What to promote $10 Commission or $1000 Commission Program
    Both, plus a range of other price points.
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  • Profile picture of the author heruma
    Not sure what you mean.

    Persuading people to buy $10 is totally different from persuading people to buy $1,000 products.

    The way to sell a Bentley is totally different from the way to sell a Toyota.

    The way to sell unbrand bag is totally different from selling LV or Hermes.

    The sales people are trained, they were not born able to sell high ticket items.
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    • Profile picture of the author yakim1
      Originally Posted by heruma View Post

      Not sure what you mean.

      Persuading people to buy $10 is totally different from persuading people to buy $1,000 products.

      The way to sell a Bentley is totally different from the way to sell a Toyota.

      The way to sell unbrand bag is totally different from selling LV or Hermes.

      The sales people are trained, they were not born able to sell high ticket items.
      The amount of work you have to go through as an affiliate is the same as for a low ticket product as for a high ticket product.

      It is the product owner that is responsible for closing the sale whether it is high ticket or low ticket. As an affiliate you use your same advertising channels for both. You try to presell both and you try to drive targeted traffic to the sales letter.

      The amount of work is the same for a $10 product as it is for a $1,000 dollar product. So if the commission is the same 50% for both the high ticket and low ticket product you only need to make 2 sales of the high ticket product and 200 sales of the low ticket product.

      The high ticket product may even involve a call center to increase conversion rates. Yes high ticket products are harder to sell but, you don't have to sell as many as you do with low ticket products.

      The best is to find a low ticket product that has an upsell through a half hour free strategy session.

      Here, either the product owner or a call center does a strategy session with the prospect to show how the high ticket product can improve their business.

      I see $10,000 products being sold this way almost every day. Due your research and find the high ticket products that have a good track record and offer the product to your buyer lists. Presell them to the higher ticket product.

      The big money is not made from one low ticket product. Put a sales funnel together even if it involves using other peoples' products as an affiliate.

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      Steve Yakim
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    I didn't really understand your question but I am going to take a shot at it from what I barely understood.

    It is far better to sell products that can earn you $100 per sale rather then trying to only get $10 per sale.

    If you have a goal of making $5,000 per month, you would need:

    50 sales at $100 each to reach $5,000

    Or....

    500 sales at $10 each to reach $5,000

    Now, you might think that people will not be willing to pay more then $100 for a product that can help them solve a problem. Right there, a lot of affiliates are WRONG. People are willing to take out their credit card and pay $100, $200, and even $500.
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  • Profile picture of the author kk075
    The way I see it, there are billions who will spend $10 on an impulse buy if something catches their attention. There are tens of thousands, maybe even a full million, who would buy a $1,000 online item but only a very small portion of them would do it on impulse...maybe a few thousand maximum.

    So if you're starting out in IM, realize that you're much better off going for those small, quick transactions that people won't think twice about. Now, there's nothing wrong with going for the ultra-premium clients BUT you're going to have to be perfect with your page copy and provide a lot more context on why they should buy from you. For a $10 item, you just say it's neat and it works...so you can launch a dozen or more $10 campaigns in the time it takes you to do one premium item properly. And even then, you'll work a heck of a lot harder driving $1,000 leads to your site.

    Do the math- the $10 item wins by a long shot almost every time.
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  • Originally Posted by hbhanot View Post

    In my marketing journey I really never find a very big difference between
    small commission program or big commission programs.

    The only trick is sales team who can sell for you that High ticket.
    Have you ever find any difference or you just don't know what
    I am talking about.?
    I think you're right. I'd sell the $1000 product as long as there is also a sales team in place since the marketing is really the only difference between the two. In general, it takes nearly the same amount of effort to make a $10 sale as a $1000 sale.
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  • Profile picture of the author hardworker2013
    It all depends on your target market, for example to sell high ticket items you have to target those persons with a high disposable income. That is why i use networks like Linkedin to sell high ticket items because most members on there earn on average a decent income.
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