Affiliate Marketing with No Website?

by Edi98
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Hey I was just wondering if it would be worth while to invest time and money into doing affiliate marketing through sales funnels on facebook ads? Your thoughts, opinions, and experiences?
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    • Profile picture of the author Edi98
      No, there is just a lot of noise on the internet and i was wondering if this is true.
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  • Profile picture of the author stephenhenbie
    It's better to use a landing page as a pre sell. Yes you can do without but I get better conversions using landing pages as pre sell.
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  • Profile picture of the author Maxxx333
    You could make it over there yeah, but as i kbow, the best way to do it will be to run this using a landing page, it will be more helpful for you on this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    If you're going to pay for ads then you're better off using a lead 'capture' page and following up with email marketing.

    Most of the people you get from cold traffic ads will not buy right away.
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    It depends on your level of experience and willingness to invest in testing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark-Dickenson
    Originally Posted by Edi98 View Post

    Hey I was just wondering if it would be worth while to invest time and money into doing affiliate marketing through sales funnels on facebook ads? Your thoughts, opinions, and experiences?
    If you are referring to direct linking(meaning just linking to the affiliate offer without capturing their email address) I would say no. You are better off lighting a torch to your money as it will be less work.

    If you consider doing it with a squeeze page and thank you page with a well crafted email follow up sequence, then yes.

    But just sending traffic to someone else's business without capturing their emails is like applying for a job to help someone build their business without getting paid...or in this case, losing money.

    -Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Make sure you have a system for testing and improving the following or you'll end up spending TONS OF CASH only to end up with a whole lot of nothing

    Interest targeting your audience

    AND

    Testing and optimizing your FB ads

    There are many hoops to get through, it's not a simple case of 'post ads on FB and collect money!' It never is.
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  • Profile picture of the author shawnlebrun
    Originally Posted by Edi98 View Post

    Hey I was just wondering if it would be worth while to invest time and money into doing affiliate marketing through sales funnels on facebook ads? Your thoughts, opinions, and experiences?
    I'm not posting my link here to try and sell you on anything...
    it's just that I actually break down the process on this page...

    https://www.warriorforum.com/warrior...ate-offer.html

    Not counting the hundreds of clients I've helped with selling affiliate products
    without needing their own sales page, this is the same process I use, right now,
    to sell affiliate products in fitness, finance, and relationship niches.

    The benefit of this method is that you DON'T need your own long form sales
    page, because you're using the product owners and piggy backing off that.

    The absolute most crucial part, though, is you need to make sure you're
    offering to help, first, and not directly sell.

    Facebook won't let you directly link to an affiliate offer, but
    if you give away a piece of valuable insight/report first... and
    then follow up with the leads by email, not only can you make
    this work, it can be pretty profitable.

    Key takeaways from what I've found...

    *** Pick niches/markets where people are in pain, emotionally
    or physically, and they're LOOKING for solutions.

    *** Offer to help, first, by giving a valuable report/piece of content
    that gives them actual advice/insight on solving a problem. In exchange,
    you use a squeeze page to capture email addresses.

    *** Use the free report, thank you page, and emails to build
    a relationship first, and THEN gently nudge the prospect towards
    taking action (buying) because it will help them solve their problem

    *** Follow up emails can be the part that makes or breaks your
    results... as one of my funnel clients mentions here...



    *** As Writeaway mentioned, you want to start small and get
    your targeting squared away before trying to spend a lot on
    Facebook.

    *** If you choose affiliate offers with a bigger chunk of commission,
    you can afford a little more on the front end, for ads.

    *** Look at it as a long-term business, not just selling stuff. I can promise
    you, that if you focus on helping people in a particular niche, and do it
    long enough, you can build a solid business with just affiliate products.

    Anyways, hope this helped.

    I didn't want to post a link to one of my offers, since I'm not a fan
    of pushing stuff onto people who didn't ask for it, but the sample
    funnel at the beginning will show you the 5 steps you can use.

    So, when people say you can't make affiliate offers work on Facebook,
    I tend to disagree.
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    • Profile picture of the author Edi98
      This helped a lot i really appreciate the help thank you
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