How Can I Market Affiliate Marketing MMO Oppty On Facebook Affiliate Marketing Groups Correctly

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Sorry I failed at clearly stating what it is that I am promoting I will do now better


I am marketing an affiliate marketing make money online program and that Is why I am researching Facebook affiliate marketing groups since this is a highly targeted group of people who are interested in succeeding in affiliate marketing.


So I know, I can not place my affiliate link to my MMO program, so what is a sound way I can market inside all facebook affiliate marketing groups safely to generate, interest, leads to build my list and make sales of my make money online affiliate marketing program
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  • Profile picture of the author wajahath
    1) If you find a group that you are interested in, why not ask the admin for a sponsored post?

    2) As you already know we cannot post direct links to our offers, you have to be active and try to provide value, answer questions and solve people's problems to get noticed and they will try to contact you via DM's for more info and then you can pitch them.

    3) Being active on multiple platforms/groups is not feasible for many of us, so pick a platform/group and stick to it.

    All the best
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    • Profile picture of the author ecommpapi
      Originally Posted by wajahath View Post

      1) If you find a group that you are interested in, why not ask the admin for a sponsored post?


      All the best
      I'm afraid this is the only way sir! Otherwise you'll get banned, except you could create your own group! So you're best be looking at the ONLY option; Facebook Ads...

      If you're really looking to put in some work, here are some tips - you do not need to be an Facebook ads expert or have deep pockets budget...just need to take actions with say $20!

      Now that you're inclined to marketing on fb groups because i'm thinking you might perhaps have spotted some folks on there who might be interested in your MMO program? But the truth is - there are millions more who are on the fb platform you could reach thru ads!

      You could start off by scraping those groups where your potential prospects are using a solid facebook group software - thru which you can get every members' user details which can in turn be used in targeting them thru the fb lookalike targeting option!

      That's what you could do to set off a solid successful campaign if you're not sure what to target in the first place!

      Now you don't need a website - everything will be done thru facebook messaging ads ... your ad copy which should be very click "baity" MUST be able to force/compel the intended targets to send you a message asking for more details! Or you could ask them to leave a comment on your ads if they wanted more info - comments like YES - and then you can hit them with your MMO offers!

      This is really how it's done without risking getting banned on groups for posting

      just my two cents....
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      • Profile picture of the author onpointinfo
        Thanks for your feedback but two things
        1) facebook affiliate marketing groups do not allow to spam their group with your links unless they allow it and lots don't, but there are other ways people are generating leads via facebook groups besides getting a sponsored post inside them, I am seeking free methods that can be used for people who are on a tight budget and need to generate free leads thanks

        2) I screwed up I failed to state that my MMO program is an affiliate marketing make money online program and that I wish to work exclusively facebook affiliate marketing groups to generate leads and sales on facebook, does this change anything on the feedback you gave me .. thanks again



        Originally Posted by ecommpapi View Post

        I'm afraid this is the only way sir! Otherwise you'll get banned, except you could create your own group! So you're best be looking at the ONLY option; Facebook Ads...

        If you're really looking to put in some work, here are some tips - you do not need to be an Facebook ads expert or have deep pockets budget...just need to take actions with say $20!

        Now that you're inclined to marketing on fb groups because i'm thinking you might perhaps have spotted some folks on there who might be interested in your MMO program? But the truth is - there are millions more who are on the fb platform you could reach thru ads!

        You could start off by scraping those groups where your potential prospects are using a solid facebook group software - thru which you can get every members' user details which can in turn be used in targeting them thru the fb lookalike targeting option!

        That's what you could do to set off a solid successful campaign if you're not sure what to target in the first place!

        Now you don't need a website - everything will be done thru facebook messaging ads ... your ad copy which should be very click "baity" MUST be able to force/compel the intended targets to send you a message asking for more details! Or you could ask them to leave a comment on your ads if they wanted more info - comments like YES - and then you can hit them with your MMO offers!

        This is really how it's done without risking getting banned on groups for posting

        just my two cents....
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    • Profile picture of the author onpointinfo
      Originally Posted by wajahath View Post

      1) If you find a group that you are interested in, why not ask the admin for a sponsored post?

      2) As you already know we cannot post direct links to our offers, you have to be active and try to provide value, answer questions and solve people's problems to get noticed and they will try to contact you via DM's for more info and then you can pitch them.

      3) Being active on multiple platforms/groups is not feasible for many of us, so pick a platform/group and stick to it.

      All the best
      Thanks for your suggestion but I screwed up I failed to state that my MMO program is an affiliate marketing make money online program and that I wish to work exclusively facebook affiliate marketing to generate leads and sales on facebook, does this change anything on the feedback you gave me .. thanks again
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  • Profile picture of the author BryanOnline
    I have never done it for this but works for many other niches. You send them to a "Bridge Page" a page that resembles (not copies) the specific program you are trying to promote.

    On that page you give them what they are about to see and how they will benefit form or the problem you can help them solve. Give them the option to learn more by signing up for your newsletter or to download a brief pdf file with tips and tricks to help them along the way with your affiliate link(s).

    If you have them sign up for a newsletter, you will be able have them land on the Program with your link. If they do not join the program on the first visit, they will now have your tracking code for that site if done properly.

    Then you can send them informative information about the program. Make things short and simple and give them your link and why to click. Keep each email short and simple with a specific call to action.

    I could go on but this should give you a few ideas but there are many other options. Make you keep everything honest and do not be misleading!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author onpointinfo
      Thanks...... for your suggestion but I screwed up I failed to state that my MMO program is an affiliate marketing make money online program and that I wish to work exclusively facebook affiliate marketing to generate leads and sales on facebook, does this change anything on the feedback you gave me .. thanks again



      Originally Posted by BryanOnline View Post

      I have never done it for this but works for many other niches. You send them to a "Bridge Page" a page that resembles (not copies) the specific program you are trying to promote.

      On that page you give them what they are about to see and how they will benefit form or the problem you can help them solve. Give them the option to learn more by signing up for your newsletter or to download a brief pdf file with tips and tricks to help them along the way with your affiliate link(s).

      If you have them sign up for a newsletter, you will be able have them land on the Program with your link. If they do not join the program on the first visit, they will now have your tracking code for that site if done properly.

      Then you can send them informative information about the program. Make things short and simple and give them your link and why to click. Keep each email short and simple with a specific call to action.

      I could go on but this should give you a few ideas but there are many other options. Make you keep everything honest and do not be misleading!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    I see some people chatting with others who they approved as "friends" and they get leads this way.
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    • Profile picture of the author onpointinfo
      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      I see some people chatting with others who they approved as "friends" and they get leads this way.
      Thanks ... for your reply, what you are suggesting is a more pro active approach, as opposed to passive approach, what you are suggesting is direct cold market prospecting although a little warm and highly targeted because they are interested in affiliate marketing what i am selling is an affiliate marketing opportunity which i failed to clear in my initial post messed up I should have stated this is an affiliate marketing MMO oppty screwed up so may not get best responses due to this mistake
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  • Profile picture of the author TobiMDD
    Hey, I posted earlier in this forum somewhere else a reply to a similar question and I guess parts of it fit in here as well:

    If you want to promote offers in such groups, do it in a professional way.
    Think of it like you would place a paid ad for facebook advertising.
    Write a story , something which convinces people that you can offer them a solution they need.
    Make them curios so that they want to find out what it is that you have.
    Don't post your affiliate link within your post.

    Grab their attention and at the end you tell them to leave a comment like this:
    If you want to find out more about this, write 'Info' in the comments.

    Once they did this, you like their comment and leave them a private message. They asked for more information now it's your job to give them more info and send them your link.

    Do this multiple times a day within different groups, but not too often, always keep in mind to never spam.

    Instead of spamming deliver value to people, help others with their questions and respond.

    Make connections, be helpful and act like an authority. Optimize your personal facebook profile, create a business related facebook cover image etc.

    You can do it.

    If you don't want to post inside those groups, add people from there as friends and do the same kind of posts on your private facebook profile.
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    • Profile picture of the author onpointinfo
      Hey thanks... if I add people as friends inside affiliate marketing groups will this people see my facebook page posts or facebook lives ....in their newsfeeds heard organic reach is really bad now since it is a fb pay to play model now ... but also heard it is better to do facebook lives because of organic reach not sure how true this is thanks

      Originally Posted by TobiMDD View Post

      Hey, I posted earlier in this forum somewhere else a reply to a similar question and I guess parts of it fit in here as well:

      If you want to promote offers in such groups, do it in a professional way.
      Think of it like you would place a paid ad for facebook advertising.
      Write a story , something which convinces people that you can offer them a solution they need.
      Make them curios so that they want to find out what it is that you have.
      Don't post your affiliate link within your post.

      Grab their attention and at the end you tell them to leave a comment like this:
      If you want to find out more about this, write 'Info' in the comments.

      Once they did this, you like their comment and leave them a private message. They asked for more information now it's your job to give them more info and send them your link.

      Do this multiple times a day within different groups, but not too often, always keep in mind to never spam.

      Instead of spamming deliver value to people, help others with their questions and respond.

      Make connections, be helpful and act like an authority. Optimize your personal facebook profile, create a business related facebook cover image etc.

      You can do it.

      If you don't want to post inside those groups, add people from there as friends and do the same kind of posts on your private facebook profile.
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      • Profile picture of the author TobiMDD
        Originally Posted by onpointinfo View Post

        Hey thanks... if I add people as friends inside affiliate marketing groups will this people see my facebook page posts or facebook lives ....in their newsfeeds heard organic reach is really bad now since it is a fb pay to play model now ... but also heard it is better to do facebook lives because of organic reach not sure how true this is thanks

        When you say fb page posts but mean your personal profile then yes they will most likely see it. Sometimes facebook decides to show some posts only to friends who engaged with you before, which means its important to be actively engaging with things your friends are posting to be seen yourself.


        But if you mean your fan page, no they will not see any posts. There is an option to invite your fb friends to your page, if you do this and they like your site then they can see posts of it.
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