What is the most effective Sales Closing Process for my affiliate marketing business?

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Friends, once you have selected an Integrated Product Suite along with an Automated List Building System and created a couple of Lead Magnets what is the most successful Sales Closing Process for your affiliate marketing business? I appreciate your feedback ... Lawrence, Internet Digital Entrepreneur
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  • Profile picture of the author tyronne78
    Followup via email is probably the best way to convert prospects into customers,webinars are a great way to close sales as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by lwilson747 View Post

    Friends, once you have selected an Integrated Product Suite along with an Automated List Building System and created a couple of Lead Magnets what is the most successful Sales Closing Process for your affiliate marketing business? I appreciate your feedback ... Lawrence, Internet Digital Entrepreneur
    Follow Ups and Broadcasts. A combo
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Wow, so many buzzwords in such a short post...

    Anyways, you have to realize that, as an affiliate, it's not your job to "close" the sale. You are not selling a product, you are selling attention.

    You're job, as an affiliate, is to send prospects to the vendor's sales funnel (usually a sales page) open to the idea of buying.

    Your process is simple. Create a path from first contact to that click to the vendor that "primes the pump" for the sale. Leave the "closing" to the vendor.

    Here's a path that has been successful for many affiliates:

    > First contact. Could be a link in an author bio, a paid ad, YouTube video, whatever. The sole job of the first contact is to get a click to your

    > Landing page. Could be a traditional squeeze page, an article with a content upgrade, or something else that gets the person to opt-in to your mailing list.

    > Email sequence
    1. Introduction & delivery of lead magnet
    2. Follow-up on lead magnet offering assistance
    3. Defining the prospect's problem or desire
    4. Paint a picture of what solving the problem or achieving the desire - make them see the end result.
    5. Bring up your product as a solution, explaining why you're recommending it - actual reviews are also helpful.
    6. Remind them of the logical, rational reasons to check out your recommendation.
    7. Offer a bonus (like a 'quick start guide') if they fill out a form with the receipt info
    If they fill out the bonus form, they get moved to a buyer's list for that product. If they don't, they get moved to a general list. Use broadcast emails to entice interested subscribers to another email sequence for another product. After a few months, you can circle back and try to get them back into the sequence for the original product.

    Combine a process like this with targeted, engaged subscribers and good, relevant products, and you should do well.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      Wow, so many buzzwords in such a short post...

      Lol, OP sort of keyword stuffed that one like there's no tomorrow, and even used upper case.
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