Ebook - Landing Page, Affiliate Connection

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Hi,

I'm going to launch the magazine about basketball per month, so I need some details about that.

1. How can I create a landing page with 2 products on that page? What service you can suggest me?

2. Can I offer the fans - affiliate links, so they can earn also if they can sell the magazine?

3. How can I implement the discount code in the magazine?

4. It's better to use service for that, or I can do that on my site?

We have more than 250k fans (Facebook) and we have an influence on the other pages, too.

It would be great if someone can help me with the suggestion.

P.S. If someone want to join me and help me to create all this (with experience), maybe I can offer him a deal.

Kind Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author envalab
    1) You can create a landing website for display your product. My suggestion is to buy a landing page template.
    2) Yes, that will be a good idea for your product selling.
    3) Your theme will give you this feature, I hope. You need to choose a better one.
    4) My suggestion, 1st you try by your own, after that you can try services.

    Hope that will helpful.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author LeonardTrox
    I already have a site.

    How to implement all those stuff?
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    • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
      Originally Posted by LeonardTrox View Post

      I already have a site.

      How to implement all those stuff?
      Back to basic training man. And i'm not sure if your magazine idea is a good one - especially if you don't have staff. Alot of work for you. It's counterproductive to the idea of an online business (hint: autopilot/automatic/2 hour work days, etc).
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  • Profile picture of the author jbsmith
    Not sure I am entirely clear.

    You want to have a sales page with two products (two magazines?) each for sale?

    If this is the case, I would suggest using Wordpress and a template or template package (you can either go to a site like Elegant Themes or Woo Themes OR get a package like Optimize Press 2 which also has templates but also has a page builder to help you customize your pages.

    You then need a payment processor to take payment - are these subscriptions? If so, you need to take recurring payment orders (versus just a one-time payment) - you can do this through Paypal, Clickbank, 2CO, etc....

    Then you want to also offer an affiliate program so people can refer leads to your page and get paid when their leads buy?

    You can do that through a combined payment processor/affiliate management capability like Clickbank or you can use a front-end order catalog system such as Ejunkie or JVZoo whcih will allow you to manage affiliates

    Jeff
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    • Profile picture of the author LeonardTrox
      Originally Posted by jbsmith View Post

      Not sure I am entirely clear.

      You want to have a sales page with two products (two magazines?) each for sale?

      If this is the case, I would suggest using Wordpress and a template or template package (you can either go to a site like Elegant Themes or Woo Themes OR get a package like Optimize Press 2 which also has templates but also has a page builder to help you customize your pages.

      You then need a payment processor to take payment - are these subscriptions? If so, you need to take recurring payment orders (versus just a one-time payment) - you can do this through Paypal, Clickbank, 2CO, etc....

      Then you want to also offer an affiliate program so people can refer leads to your page and get paid when their leads buy?

      You can do that through a combined payment processor/affiliate management capability like Clickbank or you can use a front-end order catalog system such as Ejunkie or JVZoo whcih will allow you to manage affiliates

      Jeff
      You understand all very well.

      Yeah, I want to offer 2 magazines (digital) on the one landing page.

      We'll have 2 prices: 1 price is for 1 issue, 1 price is for one year.

      Or, I can create 2 landing pages, if the one with 2 products is complicated -> because these 2 magazines are two different markets.

      I would like to all process implement on mine site, not JVZoo or Ejunkie.

      Kind Regards
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      • Profile picture of the author Steve B
        Originally Posted by LeonardTrox View Post

        I want to offer 2 magazines (digital) on the one landing page . . . these 2 magazines are two different markets.

        I think this strategy will be a disaster.

        Most landing pages don't make good sales pages and it's not smart to try to sell 2 magazines in different markets from the same page.

        Spend some time learning about Internet marketing from this forum so you won't set yourself up for failure.

        Steve
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        • Profile picture of the author LeonardTrox
          Thanks for your reply, but what is a path to succeed?

          What kind of solution is best for that?

          Also, who can guarantee that idea about landing pages is not good.
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      • Profile picture of the author jbsmith
        So that's all very possible.

        To keep it simple...

        1. Setup a Wordpress Blog - you can do this with a couple of clicks from your webhost (need one of those if you don't already have one)

        2. Pick a template - I would recommend something from Woo Themes, Elegant Themes, Optimize Press - the reason being that they keep up with the various changes in Wordpress patches/updates which can break themes (and your webpage in turn) if your theme package does not also stay up to date.

        3. Each of these comes with pre-made templates for things like sales and landing pages as well as editing capabilities so you can add your own graphics, pay links, text, etc...

        4. The reference to JVZoo or Ejunkie are simply tools that generate links for you (sitting between your web page and your payment processor such as Paypal) that allow for things like discounting, additional stats, affiliate management - so an affiliate can sign up and get their own referral link that takes their leads to your webpage and tracks when sales are made through their referral) All of this still happens on your page, just the links are customized as per affiliates and any special promotions you want to run

        Jeff

        Originally Posted by LeonardTrox View Post

        You understand all very well.

        Yeah, I want to offer 2 magazines (digital) on the one landing page.

        We'll have 2 prices: 1 price is for 1 issue, 1 price is for one year.

        Or, I can create 2 landing pages, if the one with 2 products is complicated -> because these 2 magazines are two different markets.

        I would like to all process implement on mine site, not JVZoo or Ejunkie.

        Kind Regards
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        • Profile picture of the author LeonardTrox
          Thanks, again.

          I see that JVZoo or Ejunkie can help me with that, but I will check if I can implement all those stuff on the site, so customer will order via my site, not via JVZoo or Ejunkie, because they already know about mine site.

          Originally Posted by jbsmith View Post

          So that's all very possible.

          To keep it simple...

          1. Setup a Wordpress Blog - you can do this with a couple of clicks from your webhost (need one of those if you don't already have one)

          2. Pick a template - I would recommend something from Woo Themes, Elegant Themes, Optimize Press - the reason being that they keep up with the various changes in Wordpress patches/updates which can break themes (and your webpage in turn) if your theme package does not also stay up to date.

          3. Each of these comes with pre-made templates for things like sales and landing pages as well as editing capabilities so you can add your own graphics, pay links, text, etc...

          4. The reference to JVZoo or Ejunkie are simply tools that generate links for you (sitting between your web page and your payment processor such as Paypal) that allow for things like discounting, additional stats, affiliate management - so an affiliate can sign up and get their own referral link that takes their leads to your webpage and tracks when sales are made through their referral) All of this still happens on your page, just the links are customized as per affiliates and any special promotions you want to run

          Jeff
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  • Profile picture of the author Olavski
    Get yourself a Clickfunnels PRO account ($297/month) , that will give you all the tools and knowledge to do this.
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    • Profile picture of the author LeonardTrox
      Thanks, but I really want to build that with myself, not with $297 per month.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Leonard,

    There are no guarantees in this business. I certainly don't guarantee anything, I'm just trying to help you by giving you the benefit of my experience and learning over the years I've been in IM. Isn't that why you posted here, you want to know what others suggest?

    Landing pages should
    • Assure the viewer that they have come to the place of their interest
    • Provide them with something of benefit in the niche so they want to stay on the site
    • Direct them to the "meat" or subject they are looking for
    • Lead them into your funnel or selling system
    • Usually, landing pages are not sales pages. You're not going to get a sale until the prospect can trust you

    People don't like to be sold - they typically resist blatant selling attempts.

    So why would you try to make a sale right off the bat, on a landing page, the very first page your prospect sees?

    Wouldn't it be better to introduce yourself, provide some value in the niche, show an example of the quality you offer, and try to get the viewer's contact information so you can begin the relationship you want to foster?

    Your approach doesn't do any of this and that's why I think there is a definitely a better way to market.

    I'm not here to stop you . . . go ahead and try your approach. See if it works.

    Steve
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    • Profile picture of the author LeonardTrox
      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      Leonard,

      There are no guarantees in this business. I certainly don't guarantee anything, I'm just trying to help you by giving you the benefit of my experience and learning over the years I've been in IM. Isn't that why you posted here, you want to know what others suggest?

      Landing pages should
      • Assure the viewer that they have come to the place of their interest
      • Provide them with something of benefit in the niche so they want to stay on the site
      • Direct them to the "meat" or subject they are looking for
      • Lead them into your funnel or selling system
      • Usually, landing pages are not sales pages. You're not going to get a sale until the prospect can trust you

      People don't like to be sold - they typically resist blatant selling attempts.

      So why would you try to make a sale right off the bat, on a landing page, the very first page your prospect sees?

      Wouldn't it be better to introduce yourself, provide some value in the niche, show an example of the quality you offer, and try to get the viewer's contact information so you can begin the relationship you want to foster?

      Your approach doesn't do any of this and that's why I think there is a definitely a better way to market.

      I'm not here to stop you . . . go ahead and try your approach. See if it works.

      Steve
      Thanks, man... that is very useful information.

      The key is - customers knows us, because we are on the Facebook every day and they knows us for years.

      So, we have that kind of relationship. Weekly we have 150 posts and our reach is from 4 to 10 millions, and we have maybe 100-120k engagement per week.

      I'm here to learn what is the best way to market the product, and I'm open with any idea.
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