But first, let's discuss the consequences if you choose a wrong product and try to promote it to the right audience.
1. Frustrated to make sales
2. Non converting campaigns
3. Huge refunds to deal with (If you make a sale)
4. A headache
What if there's a proven way to find profitable affiliate products. No this is not some scam software or even a magic wand that will do the trick.
You have to do it manually.
But it's well worth spending the time researching than spending 100s if not 1000s of Dollars on advertising campaigns.
Step 1: Have passion for what you are promoting. If you try to force something that you don't love, you'll end up with "NEGATIVE ROI"
Step 2: Start Promoting company products or brand products for that matters. Spending time researching for brandable substitutes is the best possible solution to success.
Step 3: Find products that solves a problem
similar to this there are multiple ways through which you can find an affiliate offer such as,
- Searching online
- Applying for Affiliate Networks
- Direct sales from the company website
- Word of mouth
Using toolbar like Moz Rank on Google, you can easily find what links point to that particular offer and monitor your competitor landing pages.
Finding what payout rates do they offer:
This can vary from one affiliate network to another. Just keep in mind that the commission rate is not the ultimate thing you need to worry about.
Many times a product that has a lower commission rate converts well, than one with a higher commission rate. You should always promote an affiliate offer that you believe in.
Purchase the product yourself, test it out first and then recommend it to your customer.
This way you will have a better grasp on how you can promote that particular offer.
The longer the cookie length the better it will be for you to track, even if the customer purchased through your link 3 months later.
I hope you guys liked this short article on how to find profitable affiliate offers for any kind of niche on the internet and how you can do a quick competitor analysis whether that offer is working or not.