How to find some good affiliates for my product?

by MAK444
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Hi
I have a digital product- a video course
Content is valuable and of high quality
How I can find some good/active/potential affiliates to promote my product?
#affiliates #find #product #super
  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan Vodini
    Originally Posted by MAK444 View Post

    Hi
    I have a digital product- a video course
    Content is valuable and of high quality
    How I can find some super affiliates to promote my product?
    try post it on jvzoo, clickbank, udemi and even here on WF simple as that
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  • Profile picture of the author kdrinky12
    I f you have a good product it will get picked by top affiliates on JVzoo and Warrior Plus.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    Originally Posted by MAK444 View Post

    Hi
    I have a digital product- a video course
    Content is valuable and of high quality
    How I can find some super affiliates to promote my product?

    They will find you

    Just launch your product, and if the stats are good, they will promote for you. Every product creator has great content of high quality, it's that numbers that matter.
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    • Profile picture of the author MAK444
      I guess this is problem.Affiliates look for numbers and judge product based on that. I launched my product with click2sell and I am just looking for some active affiliates.But where ever I go I see lists running on pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I offered some tips on this in another thread here on Warriorforum. You can see it below:

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post9479434
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    • Profile picture of the author MAK444
      Thanks Randall Magwood will consider these suggestions
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    • Profile picture of the author Sid Hale
      Hey Randall,

      I know you were trying to help because you generally offer good advice and are very generous with your time here on the forum, but I couldn't let this go unchallenged:
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      I offered some tips on this in another thread here on Warriorforum. You can see it below:

      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post9479434
      Here were your recommendations from that post.
      1) Contact super affiliates directly
      I agree wholeheartedly with this one. Getting competent affiliates (especially "super affiliates") requires that you approach them directly - "recruit" them so to speak. Otherwise, you're just trusting the roll of the dice. You're hoping that they will find you/your product and approach you???

      2) Put product up on Clickbank

      3) Put it up on Paydotcom

      4) Put it up on JVzoo

      5) Submit to affiliate directories

      6) Pay for a listing in Warriorforum affiliate database

      While it is worthwhile to do these things... don't expect a lot of activity unless/until you have a reasonable track record on each of these platforms with regard to total sales, EPC, etc. You may get affiliate sign ups, but just listing your product won't bring out the super stars.


      7) Seek out joint ventures
      I agree with this one, too - but make sure that your idea of what constitutes a joint venture and your potential JV partner's definition of a joint venture are the same.

      8) Promote it in your email signature

      9) Advertise via PPC

      10) Promote it on Youtube
      These are all valid ways to recruit new affiliates, and you certainly might want to do some/all of these things, but... it is NOT where you'll find the super affiliates. Super affiliates do not spend their time clicking on email sigs, reading PPC ads, nor lolly gagging on YouTube (if they are on YouTube at all, it's to check the stats on their own promotions).

      11) Link to your affiliate sign up page to the bottom of your page near your privacy/terms/etc.
      This is the worst recommendation of them all.
      Good affiliates won't promote a page that "leaks" - especially one that leaks their referred visitor over to an affiliate sign up page where the vendor is trying to sign them up BEFORE they have made a purchase.

      If you are going to recruit affiliates from your sales site... do it from the download/thank you page. AFTER the affiliates' traffic has made their purchase.
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  • Profile picture of the author auseek
    Try posting in the JV Section.
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  • Profile picture of the author sakib777
    You can find our blogs that are related to your product and reach out them asking if they are interested in selling your product or not. Tell them the privileges and percentage of commission.
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  • Profile picture of the author Isaiah Jackson
    Originally Posted by MAK444 View Post

    Hi
    I have a digital product- a video course
    Content is valuable and of high quality
    How I can find some super affiliates to promote my product?
    I believe Reed Floren has a course on how to get affiliates
    and JVs.

    You can also check out Affiliate Builder by Omar Martin
    it will help.

    By the way just listing a product on Warrior+ or JVZoo
    will NOT help you get affiliates. You will have to actively
    promote you JV page to you potential affiliates.

    Help them out and they will help you.

    Isaiah Jackson.
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert999
    Originally Posted by MAK444 View Post

    Hi
    I have a digital product- a video course
    Content is valuable and of high quality
    How I can find some super affiliates to promote my product?
    Clickbank and Jvzoo are good. But if you need super affiliates then they may not promote your products by picking from clickbank or jvzoo (if you are new in the market). To get super affiliates, you need to find top bloggers in your industry and email them personally, offering them something extra. Like 80% revenue or something like that. But most of top affiliates will ask for free copy to review and use. If they are not satisfied with quality they will not promote your product. So make sure your product has great quality too. Good luck.
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  • Hello Mak444

    You can put your video course in Paydotcom, Clickbank and JVzoo.
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    • Profile picture of the author MAK444
      I agree that listing alone does not help at all.But I am not particularly after super affiliates.I am looking for any person who is good at marketing,may be good at ppc,cpa etc.In short who is good at selling.I am ready to give high commissions.I am flexible.
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      • Profile picture of the author Joan Altz
        Originally Posted by MAK444 View Post

        I agree that listing alone does not help at all.But I am not particularly after super affiliates.I am looking for any person who is good at marketing,may be good at ppc,cpa etc.In short who is good at selling.I am ready to give high commissions.I am flexible.
        You are the one who stated you were after super affiliates. That's the title of your post. lol. You should correct it if that is no longer the case.
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      • Profile picture of the author Sid Hale
        Hi MAK444,

        Originally Posted by MAK444 View Post

        I agree that listing alone does not help at all.But I am not particularly after super affiliates.I am looking for any person who is good at marketing,may be good at ppc,cpa etc.In short who is good at selling.I am ready to give high commissions.I am flexible.
        In that case...
        maybe you should have done a better job of selecting a subject line for this thread.

        At least you understand that listing alone, is not enough.

        If you already have a list (i.e. from selling as an affiliate), then by all means promote to that list in order to test your conversion rate and establish an EPC for your new product. Do that before you try to recruit affiliates and you'll find that it will not only be easier to recruit, but you'll attract a better quality of affiliates.

        Keep in mind, too, that once you have promoted to your own list... you probably have to either pay for traffic, or recruit affiliates. If you decide you want to leverage the traffic from affiliates, your whole strategy changes.

        Instead of constantly finding new places to promote your product - you need to focus on finding/recruiting affiliates. In many ways, it's very much like sales. You need a "sales page" for your recruiting efforts and that page should be selling the benefits of your affiliate program. The "call to action" on that page will be your affiliate sign up form and the "thank you" page should contain either a log in form for the affiliate area (where they can get their affiliate link, retrieve any affiliate tools you may have created for them, and... see their sales stats).

        Ideally, you've just created a "membership" site for XYZ affiliates

        Treat 'em like gold. They will be your best traffic source!
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        • Profile picture of the author MAK444
          Originally Posted by Sid Hale View Post

          Hi MAK444,



          In that case...
          maybe you should have done a better job of selecting a subject line for this thread.

          At least you understand that listing alone, is not enough.

          If you already have a list (i.e. from selling as an affiliate), then by all means promote to that list in order to test your conversion rate and establish an EPC for your new product. Do that before you try to recruit affiliates and you'll find that it will not only be easier to recruit, but you'll attract a better quality of affiliates.

          Keep in mind, too, that once you have promoted to your own list... you probably have to either pay for traffic, or recruit affiliates. If you decide you want to leverage the traffic from affiliates, your whole strategy changes.

          Instead of constantly finding new places to promote your product - you need to focus on finding/recruiting affiliates. In many ways, it's very much like sales. You need a "sales page" for your recruiting efforts and that page should be selling the benefits of your affiliate program. The "call to action" on that page will be your affiliate sign up form and the "thank you" page should contain either a log in form for the affiliate area (where they can get their affiliate link, retrieve any affiliate tools you may have created for them, and... see their sales stats).

          Ideally, you've just created a "membership" site for XYZ affiliates

          Treat 'em like gold. They will be your best traffic source!
          Thanks for golden piece of advice.I have already worked on some of suggestions and in light of your words will make things even better.As far as promotional material is concerned I am a graphic designer as well.Any thing on that sale page is self designed
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  • Profile picture of the author Joan Altz
    Most super affiliates are also sellers - certainly on JVZoo this is a fact - and your best strategy for getting them to promote your offer is to promote theirs first. Be their affiliate and make some sales for them. Easier said than done for some, true, but if you can't generate some sales for these top sellers, most of them won't promote for you unless both your product and sales funnel is exceptional.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    One of the easiest ways to get new affiliates to promote your offer is to give every single customer the ability to sell your product.

    Once you get a customer and send them to your back office to download your product, give them an option where they can sign up to your affiliate program too. This is working for many product owners these days.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    One of the easiest ways to get new affiliates to promote your offer is to give every single customer the ability to sell your product.

    Once you get a customer and send them to your back office to download your product, give them an option where they can sign up to your affiliate program too. This is working for many product owners these days.
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  • Profile picture of the author ThomasOwen
    The be all and end all is YOU need to reach out to affiliates, end of. An affiliate may sign up from you just popping your launch on a platform but that doesn't mean their going to promote it. This is a fast paced business, hundreds of launches a day, you need to get personal and connect.

    It's also important to point out, you want to get affiliates who have lists specific to your product. If you're bringing out a course on CPA marketing, then there's little point in chasing affiliates who are based in offline marketing.

    I often search JVZoo and other platforms for search terms related to my product, then check out leaderboards of past launches in my niche. Those affiliates on those leaderboards blatantly have lists interested in your niche and product.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sid Hale
      Originally Posted by ThomasOwen View Post

      I often search JVZoo and other platforms for search terms related to my product, then check out leaderboards of past launches in my niche. Those affiliates on those leaderboards blatantly have lists interested in your niche and product.
      ^^^ THIS ^^^

      Even if you aren't listing your own product on a given platform, you can use them to help find the affiliates you want to recruit.

      Simply listing your product with any of the affiliate networks is very passive (and not very productive). Instead, identify proactive ways like the above to identify candidates for your affiliate recruiting campaign.

      Originally Posted by talfighel

      One of the easiest ways to get new affiliates to promote your offer is to give every single customer the ability to sell your product.

      Once you get a customer and send them to your back office to download your product, give them an option where they can sign up to your affiliate program too. This is working for many product owners these days.
      A little less personal, but with this tactic you already know they have your product. Who better to give a recommendation/testimonial for that product. Encourage them my allowing them to sign up for your affiliate program.
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    • Profile picture of the author MAK444
      Originally Posted by ThomasOwen View Post

      The be all and end all is YOU need to reach out to affiliates, end of. An affiliate may sign up from you just popping your launch on a platform but that doesn't mean their going to promote it. This is a fast paced business, hundreds of launches a day, you need to get personal and connect.

      It's also important to point out, you want to get affiliates who have lists specific to your product. If you're bringing out a course on CPA marketing, then there's little point in chasing affiliates who are based in offline marketing.

      I often search JVZoo and other platforms for search terms related to my product, then check out leaderboards of past launches in my niche. Those affiliates on those leaderboards blatantly have lists interested in your niche and product.
      Certainly affiliates with lists related to my product are going to perform best.All I have to do is to find them and get them on board.
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      • Profile picture of the author Sid Hale
        Yep...

        Originally Posted by MAK444 View Post

        Certainly affiliates with lists related to my product are going to perform best.All I have to do is to find them and get them on board.
        And that is what will set you apart from a competitor that simply lists their product, hoping that someone will sign up and then promote it.
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  • Profile picture of the author nrb
    Build relationships on the usual JV sites - JV Point, JV Notify Pro, etc.

    Do a launch notice post on JV News Watch... cost $49... but you will get visibility.
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  • Profile picture of the author ThomasOwen
    Exactly, search out products in your niche that have launched on ClickBank, JVZoo, etc and reach out to the vendor as well as checking out leaderboard competitions to see who promoted that specific product and sold well.
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    • Profile picture of the author MAK444
      Originally Posted by ThomasOwen View Post

      Exactly, search out products in your niche that have launched on ClickBank, JVZoo, etc and reach out to the vendor as well as checking out leaderboard competitions to see who promoted that specific product and sold well.
      Will start working on this on preferential bases.Hopefully it will produce results
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  • Profile picture of the author aprilaraceli
    Originally Posted by MAK444 View Post

    Hi
    I have a digital product- a video course
    Content is valuable and of high quality
    How I can find some good/active/potential affiliates to promote my product?
    Well, Firstly I would like to inform you my cordial love & congrats for your brilliant success. There are many Affiliate sites, you can use any as you wish. I have been using the JVZOO for a long time. Even you can use the clickbank also. Or, you can try on both of these. Best of luck & carry on. Of course you will gain. The success is knocking at your door.
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    Best of luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author Xochitl Shat
    Add a link to your affiliate program on your site. By this you expand the chance that more individuals will see your offer and sign available.
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