How to get people to affiliate link to my products?

by Splatt 5 replies
Hi All,
Sorry, I'm a bit of a noob at internet marketing so here's my question:
Is there a way to get people to affiliate link to my products which are on Amazon Prime?
I'm already making sales organically and getting good reviews but I'd like to turbocharge my listings.
I'd better add, I know you'll all groan, it's T Shirts.

Thanks in advance for any tips!
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    I'd better add, I know you'll all groan, it's T Shirts.
    I sell t-shirts and hoodies. What's wrong with that?

    People buy T-shirts every day and I don't see that changing anytime soon.

    Someone has to sell them.

    Brent
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    • Profile picture of the author Splatt
      Since the great Teespring gold rush of a few years back, I had the feeling that people were getting tired of t Shirt marketing!
      I love it!
      I'm just looking for different angles to market them, FB has ad blindness now, AMS is ok but seems slow ( I don't think I've got to grips with it yet) and my FB posts, tweets and instagram posts are time consuming and I have no idea if they're converting!
      Which is why I was looking into affiliate marketing.

      Any tips welcome.
      Steve.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    Look for some placements on related sites and blogs.

    I have a Grandparents collection that I promote via banners on "Mommy" type sites.

    You can get even more specific. I'm currently working on placements for AR-15 specific designs. So I did a Google search for "AR-15 how to." I found a bunch of AR-15 specific tutorials and videos. I'm contacting the owners to see if I can put an ad on their tutorials. An ad for an AR-15 T or hoodie next to an AR-15 "how to" tutorial should go over well.

    I also place site-specific coupon codes on my banners. If you saw one on the Warrior Forum it would say "save 20% off your first order with coupon code - WARRIORFORUM."

    Brent
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  • Profile picture of the author Splatt
    Thanks for the tips!
    I'll start having a look around to see if I can find some suitable blogs and experiment from there.
    I'm promoting Amazon Merch shirts so I won't be able to offer coupons.
    It's hard to decide how to spend my time, creating more designs, social media promotion, build a website, run ads... sleep.

    Cheers,
    Steve.
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Although there is somewhat saturation on FB, there is still room to make money running ads there, imo And you can have a Fan Page centered around a certain niche and have an optin form on it to build up a subscribers base.
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