Best places to recruit affiliates?

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Hi all,

Obviously, its possible to get affiliates interested in your product by having it on Warrior Marketplace, W+ and JVZoo (plus adding launch date to MunchEye etc)

Anybody think they have any good alternative places to recruit affiliates? I have had quite good success on social media as well as the usual suspects above but wondered if there are any other places where affiliates hang out looking for good stuff to promote?

Thoughts?

Cheers,
Cass
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  • Profile picture of the author danieldesai
    Hey Cass, if you're looking for potential affiliates this post I made a while back might help you:

    How to find affiliates

    Regards,
    Daniel
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  • Profile picture of the author ydsimple
    You can try to find similar products and contact their vendors, usually they already have lists. Offer them to promote your product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Omarkenawy
    The best place to recruit affiliates to your products is within your site or blog. Start to spread the words about your product to your current visitors and getting everything your affiliates need to promote your products like banners, email swipes, articles samples and sample reviews will encourage the affiliates to promote your products.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Moffatt
    The very best way to recruit affiliates is to focus on your offer and make sure it's converting well. If you have an offer that is making affiliates good money, it won't be long before others are trying to find you.
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    • Profile picture of the author tasari
      Originally Posted by Jason Moffatt View Post

      The very best way to recruit affiliates is to focus on your offer and make sure it's converting well. If you have an offer that is making affiliates good money, it won't be long before others are trying to find you.
      Not sure if they will find you, but if you have seen those recent sales funnels...

      Sell low priced product => propose upsell higher price => propose upsell high price with "a lot" of information/products and bonusses. But your affiliates have to profit from this too.
      I mean not only the "low offer" on your site...;
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    After you have done some initial marketing yourself and your salespage is proven to convert you can go network and contact people. You can go to places like clickbank, jvzoo, warriorplus and other networks and see who the top players are and you can contact these people and start a relationship.

    Take the time to do that and you can get some good super affiliates for yourself.

    Be building that list...
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  • Profile picture of the author Trey Morgan
    Originally Posted by Cassiel View Post

    Hi all,

    Obviously, its possible to get affiliates interested in your product by having it on Warrior Marketplace, W+ and JVZoo (plus adding launch date to MunchEye etc)

    Anybody think they have any good alternative places to recruit affiliates? I have had quite good success on social media as well as the usual suspects above but wondered if there are any other places where affiliates hang out looking for good stuff to promote?

    Thoughts?

    Cheers,
    Cass
    Some great recommendations have already been made. You might also want to attend meetups and networking events and you can build relationships with affiliates in person instead of solely online.
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