Drawing/sketching affiliate products to promote?

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Hello
I am creating a drawing website (teaching people how to draw), and am looking for quality drawing courses that have an affiliate program

Anyone here promoting in this niche? Care to share some good products to promote?
There are a couple of crappy ones on Clickbank, with a low gravity (and looking into them - they really suck)
So I was wondering if you know any good ones?
Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    It's unlikely that anyone would increase their competition by telling you what products they're promoting.

    Don't take that personal though, it's not just you but the hundreds of people who might read this post and decide to saturate things. Create your own one, better than the crappy ones and get affiliates to promote for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by skydragon89 View Post

    Hello
    I am creating a drawing website (teaching people how to draw), and am looking for quality drawing courses that have an affiliate program

    Anyone here promoting in this niche? Care to share some good products to promote?
    There are a couple of crappy ones on Clickbank, with a low gravity (and looking into them - they really suck)
    So I was wondering if you know any good ones?
    Thank you.



    If you're already teaching people how to draw then create your own product.

    Give away the basics to bring in traffic and sell the good stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by skydragon89 View Post

    So I was wondering if you know any good ones?

    Have you considered doing a little market research to identify which web sites in your niche have affiliate programs?

    If I were in your shoes, the first thing I would do is a search in Google on the main keyword(s) or phrases that your perfect prospects would use if they wanted to find popular drawing courses. I would note the top sites that the search returned on the first several pages of the search results.

    Then I would visit each of those sites and see if they had affiliate programs.

    This is very elementary . . . but it's a start to researching the marketplace to find what you're looking for. Then I would visit Amazon and do the same kind of research on the most popular and top selling books and Kindle books in the "drawing" marketplace.

    Yes, this requires just a little bit of work. Are you up for it?

    Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author shmol
    A friend of mine is an artist and she picks up stuff a Michaels

    I know it is not strictly for drawing, but you can check them out.
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  • Profile picture of the author Flyingpig7
    I would have thought an obvious place to look is Udemy they have an affiliate program and many many excellent drawing courses, from different perspectives. You know courses for photoshop users (drawing related), Illustrator the same as well as the traditional variety pen and paper !
    I'm currently on one by Jaysen Batchelor. ( There are quite a few very highly respected artists with courses here he is only one).
    In addition it's not the only course I have, I have many for improving my skills in various artistic areas.
    In case you don't like the look of Udemy affiliate program some tutors also have the same course at Skill share.
    Another idea have you considered affiliate programs for products you know plug-ins for illustrator and photoshop or corel draw, there are also affiliate programs I believe for art products, wacom tablets, pencils and such. Even Adobe have an affiliate program you could have that on your site.

    I know these have all been used by artists with successful channels on Youtube that's how I know it's been done for marketing their courses or freelancing services.

    Another idea why don't you have a look at the art channels on Youtube & Deviantart and see the comments sections you'l see what other people do and what they buy.

    Hope I've given you some ideas .

    Keren

    P.s I would't be looking at clickbank don't think they are particularly good quality at all, since I buy a lot of these things myself.
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