Wana Make Affiliate Sales Fast? You need to go SLOW

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Hi Guys!

First Of All: Merry Christmas to you and your family

I want to take this time to personally and sincerely wish you
and your family a Merry Christmas!

May all the joy, happiness and blessings be yours.

In Affiliate marketing, what do i mean about you need to go slow in order

to make afiliate sales fast? It's all about the informations that you

provide for them. Don't pitch them products all the time, provide values

It's worth to try. After 2-3 emails of providing value, i'm gonna send one sale email.

And my sales went up after i applied this strategy.

It's like a law of this universe: Giving is beginning of Receiving

I hope it's gonna work even better for you.

#affiliate #fast #make #sales #slow #wana
  • Profile picture of the author garry baker
    Of course building the relationship is key, I think most people get caught up in the selling and listen to the guru out there that does sale in every email or is always promoting because that is their thing after years of doing all the hard work to build their name and their brand...

    I see ways to provide value and also be selling...

    The no pitch sales pitch, if you give them value and they know you are selling then it is ok to sale all the time...That then becomes your thing, and you are providing them value and a sales pitch at the same time...

    Many strategies that work for many different types of sellers and buyers and also what you are buying and selling...

    Time is your most valuable resource ... do not waste it...
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  • Profile picture of the author oppyeaunome
    Making the relationship online is the first thing you need to focus on if you want your business to grow. It's hard to have the patience, but the faster you understand this the better it will be for you over time. Patience is the key to making this online business thing work and it's something I've heard Gary Vaynerchuk mention many times.

    You have to treat the people coming into your business like real people. Instead of focusing on just making money you have to start with the person you are selling to. Focus on solving a problem first and you'll be making any amount of money you want in no time.

    So as you say go slow in the beginning so that you can go faster later on.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    After 2-3 emails of providing value, i'm gonna send one sale email.
    Blanket statements are not appropriate when it comes to marketing.

    If the people who opt-in to your list are actually interested in buying something, why would you wait to offer them the chance to buy it?

    If you are trying to convince people they need something that they neither want or need, maybe you have to stroke them first.

    I suggest people promote affiliate products that others are actively searching for, with the idea of spending money. That way you don't have to pretend to be their friend.

    Get Off The Warrior Forum Now & Don't Come Back If You Want To Succeed!
    All The Real Marketers Are Gone. There's Nothing Left But Weak, Sniveling Wanna-Bees!
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  • Profile picture of the author mohdmacki
    The Best Way to Build Affiliate Marketing Business is to provide value. What I think would work best is 2 emails in a day . Morning 8AM Value Email & In Afternoon Around 3-4 Pm offer Email. Note : There would be some unsubscribe but dont bother as anyways they wont buy in near future.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mabu Map
      2 Emails in a day is pretty much i think.

      For me 1 per day is good enough
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  • Profile picture of the author tristatemedia
    it is a numbers game: the more people you have on your list the more people will buy your offers. but you have to be nice to your list. do not email the hell out of them. do not email them junk offers.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mabu Map
      Yeah. I know it best.

      I mean. I am really be careful to choose the products

      or the information that i am about to send to my list.

      I don't want to turn my list into a dead list though
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  • Profile picture of the author Info Star
    Nice tread.
    I have a list of 3k niche targeted people, my plan is to use them for CB affiliate offers. Problem is that I didn't engage with them, I got that list as a gift from my older brother and he left me to discover and learn myself how to start making passive income with email m.
    My question is, do I need a website for email marketing, or I can just start sending first some valuable content, and after that start with sales? Thank you all.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mabu Map
      That's right. start sending first some valuable content.

      Then is sales. You can't go wrong with that way

      Build trust first by that way
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    You don't need to necessarily go slow, you just need to know what you're doing. If you have a site up for 3 months now and you haven't gotten 1 lead.... It's time to reconsider your marketing strategy.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    You have to have a plan. You can't just "give value", it has to lead up to something.

    Look at a classic Walker-style product launch. The pre-launch content builds to the tip, the sales pitch. You know it's coming, but you also know that the vendor is providing solid information.

    Heck, when Jeff does his annual launch, you can learn enough with just the pre-launch videos to do a launch of your own.

    Contrast that with all the people who have posted "what went wrong" threads where they spent weeks, sometimes months, "building the relationship" and then gotten serious pushback when they finally attempted to sell something.

    Use those value posts to build the case for the solution you'll be pitching. The pitch will be the natural extension of the value process.
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  • Profile picture of the author ezjob
    Quality matters when giving away products or info.

    Yes, I agree about not sending a sales email every time. You may get by with it for a few emails and then they hit the unsubscribe button.

    I know I do.
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