Newbie Floundering With Proven Product In Red Hot Never Ending Niche

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Hello there,

I am new to Clickbank and Warrior Forum,

An NEED some SAGE advice as how to contact affiliates who can actually deliver and make sales.

I have some questions if you would be so kind to help me with them- I really appreciate your help- thanks in advance.

I do have a great product that helps to solve a problem in a niche that is never going to go away- thanks to increasing sedentary lifestyes, less and less exercise and poor diets-
Yes we are talking bad backs, necks, shoulders and sciatica.
Do a Google search and you'll see over 4 million a month- quiet a captive audience.

Bad for the sufferers (until they meet us) and great for us- win-win.

I have 30 yrs in the game with physical education- 20 alone in yoga yet I am a newbie floundering in the world of Clickbank.
My system works to help soothe the pain and increase both mobility and flexibility.

I heard that Warrior Forum was the place to be - so I posted here a few days back and thought naively I could sit back and answer emails from potential affiliates and create great relationships where we both benefited.

Here Are My Questions:

1: How to find who are the top affiliates within Warrior Forum and how to contact them?

2: How to I find who are the top internet marketers on the web and again how to contact them

3: Do I stick to those who market products with the health niche?

4: Are there any other ways with Warrior Forum to reach out and attract Super-Affiliates and proven affiliates?

5: Are there any obvious (to you) things I am missing that can help.

I believe wholeheartedly the product I have can become as big as The Truth About Abs or The Three Week Diet - as I know what I am offering works and the problem is never ending - so whoever comes on board can see this is going to be ongoing residual income and not a flash in the pan diet.
Back pain, shoulder and sciatica pain, unfortunately, are here to stay- but I know what I have can help immensely I just need to team up with the RIGHT affiliates.

Thanks very much for reading this and any helpful positive replies are deeply appreciated.

All the very best Simon James Walton
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  • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
    Originally Posted by Simon Walton View Post

    Hello there,

    I am new to Clickbank and Warrior Forum,

    An NEED some SAGE advice as how to contact affiliates who can actually deliver and make sales.

    I have some questions if you would be so kind to help me with them- I really appreciate your help- thanks in advance.

    I do have a great product that helps to solve a problem in a niche that is never going to go away- thanks to increasing sedentary lifestyes, less and less exercise and poor diets-
    Yes we are talking bad backs, necks, shoulders and sciatica.
    Do a Google search and you'll see over 4 million a month- quiet a captive audience.

    Bad for the sufferers (until they meet us) and great for us- win-win.

    I have 30 yrs in the game with physical education- 20 alone in yoga yet I am a newbie floundering in the world of Clickbank.
    My system works to help soothe the pain and increase both mobility and flexibility.

    I heard that Warrior Forum was the place to be - so I posted here a few days back and thought naively I could sit back and answer emails from potential affiliates and create great relationships where we both benefited.

    Here Are My Questions:

    1: How to find who are the top affiliates within Warrior Forum and how to contact them?

    2: How to I find who are the top internet marketers on the web and again how to contact them

    3: Do I stick to those who market products with the health niche?

    4: Are there any other ways with Warrior Forum to reach out and attract Super-Affiliates and proven affiliates?

    5: Are there any obvious (to you) things I am missing that can help.

    I believe wholeheartedly the product I have can become as big as The Truth About Abs or The Three Week Diet - as I know what I am offering works and the problem is never ending - so whoever comes on board can see this is going to be ongoing residual income and not a flash in the pan diet.
    Back pain, shoulder and sciatica pain, unfortunately, are here to stay- but I know what I have can help immensely I just need to team up with the RIGHT affiliates.

    Thanks very much for reading this and any helpful positive replies are deeply appreciated.

    All the very best Simon James Walton
    Simon, I was one of the very first to use ClickBank when it started, haven't done anything in the last 5-6 years. IF you are restricting your affiliates with a clickbank only choice, you will lose a few, maybe several high quality affiliates.

    As a former golf professional with lists of thousands of golfers with bad backs, I would be interested in promoting something that worked, but, Never as a clickbank product.

    GordonJ
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    Have you already fully tested your product and have dialed in all aspects of it and it's a high converting offer and have the stats to back it up?

    What does it cost and what is the commission?

    I'm what is considered a super affiliate. I have what I have always termed opportunity costs. During any given day/week I can only promote a certain number of offers. So I'm obviously going to promote those that have proven to produce the greatest income....provide me with the best opportunity to make the most amount of money.

    I get contacted all the time by those wanting me to promote their offers. If they can't convince me that it is worth testing (worth risking my opportunity cost) then I tell them I will run a test on CPM. That way I am guaranteed a return. Of course, this is rarely acceptable, as they want me to bear all the risks. Which shows the lack of confidence in their own offer.

    So with that in mind...how do you plan on convincing other super affiliates to run your offer?
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  • Profile picture of the author Wile E Coyote
    This is exactly what you need to hear:
    I have what I have always termed opportunity costs. During any given day/week I can only promote a certain number of offers. So I'm obviously going to promote those that have proven to produce the greatest income....provide me with the best opportunity to make the most amount of money.
    The fact is, with respect to the OP, all product creators think they have stumbled on the next 'big thing' and has the 'potential' to become something that rivals all the other products in the niche. The truth is that most of them are wrong, and nothing ever changes.

    Many product owners try to convince affiliates (whether super or not) to take all the risk themselves and try out their brand new product without having to spend the time and the energy on testing the market themselves.

    So take Diablo's advice and think like an affiliate and not a love-crazied teenager

    To answer your other questions:

    In my opinion, stick with other health lists at first. There are other niches that would definitely work with back pain products, but health niches will also let you determine where your offer stacks up with other offers.

    Warrior Forum, believe it or not, is not a good place to recruit affiliates from (once again, my opinion). Most warriors, generally speaking, are in the Make Money Online space, not health. You'll find gems here or there, but you need to find health affiliates primarily.

    As far as finding these guys, what you need to get away from is the "super affiliate" mindset. Who cares if they are a "super affiliate"? If a list owner in the health space can continuously get you 100 sales every month without much effort, it's a win-win for you. Find authority figures in your space and contact them (this is a hustle) to give your product a test.

    Get in the mentality that now you're in this space, your job is to stay in this space. Just because you get sales initially, all list owners will be keeping track of other offer EPCs and they will remove you in an instant if it makes them more money. That's the 'real' nature of the beast.

    Start to grow your business yourself. Set goals and start to learn the ropes so you don't have to rely on affiliates. That way your income is more stable and you control it, not a calendar of other promotions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Simon Walton
    Mr Coyote,
    thanks for the valid and sage advice sir, sorry for taking my time getting back to you but have been away.
    I naively thought that I could just post in the Affiliate Database and requests would come flooding in, as they would from the Marketplace in Clickbank!
    I will start researching the top players in the health space and start reaching out to them.
    Any tips on finding who the big players are?
    Also YES to dropping the labels- ten guys who can bring in a few hundred sales a month as opposed to relying on one "super affiliate" will always be more preferable.
    I will as you say NEED to learn the way to generate traffic to my site, myself - as thus far have lived my life as an artist and focused on different things- times are a changing for me!
    I do appreciate your reply and input and thank you again
    All the best with anything good you do Simon
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Do a search for your niche online.

    Find sites created by affiliates.

    Contact them.

    If you don't have the time or motivation to do this, there's also a shortcut: hire a VA.

    For $100 you should be able to get a list of 200 to 500 leads.
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  • Profile picture of the author Simon Walton
    Hello Writeaway,

    Nice one for the input. Please excuse my ignorance here as a completely new world to me- as lived as an artist for last 25 years.
    When I search and find sites how would I know whether they are original content sites or those created by affiliates?
    Then in regards to hiring a VA from say Upwork how would, I would i know (before I pay for the list) the credibility of those listed?
    In advance, I thank you for your answers and appreciate your help
    All the best Simon
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