Which aspects matter the most when you choose the offer from affiliate program platforms?

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When you guys choose to take the offer from some products or companies, which aspects you think are the most important? Such as the popularity of their products, the scale of their company or the commission fee you might get from them? Thank you so much!
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    First question:
    Does the offer solve a problem the people I want to sell to pay to learn how to fix or to fix?

    Is the seller trustworthy?

    Does the landing page collect emails? If yes, I pass: the seller will email the leads I send, they will buy from 5he emails, the seller will not pay me.

    Originally Posted by zhihanhui View Post

    When you guys choose to take the offer from some products or companies, which aspects you think are the most important? Such as the popularity of their products, the scale of their company or the commission fee you might get from them? Thank you so much!
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Originally Posted by zhihanhui View Post

    When you guys choose to take the offer from some products or companies, which aspects you think are the most important? Such as the popularity of their products, the scale of their company or the commission fee you might get from them? Thank you so much!
    Before any of that, I'd want to be sure the product or service is a good fit for my potential buyers. Only then would the reputation of the vendor, quality of the offer and commission value (not any set percentage) come into play.
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    • Profile picture of the author Princess Balestra
      Originally Posted by Frank Donovan View Post

      Before any of that, I'd want to be sure the product or service is a good fit for my potential buyers. Only then would the reputation of the vendor, quality of the offer and commission value (not a mere percentage) come into play.
      This is why I would nevah try on a Godzillah costoom.

      You might end up stompin' around by haxinnerdint.

      Bcs who would want a fctshnl reptile dommin' their cultyrool recognition -- speshly if'n it nevah made sense anyways, less'n one day it actschswlly did.

      This is why Frank is right.

      Fit product or service to buyer before steppin' up to the plate to announce

      ARMAGEDDON IS IMMINENT

      BCS WEIRDSY REPTILE ATTACK

      That is an aftermath.

      Also an upsell.

      Hey, so, anyways --

      The UPFRONT IMMEDIATE precedes WHO THIS IS FROM

      Unless, of course, nowan bombin' your ass.

      Evrywan gets to that part latah -- in an antag/protag capacity determined by %s.

      NOTE: I endeavorin' here always to be a natchrlly troothful poyschwaahn.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I take a look at:

    1) If there's affiliate marketing tools

    2) How well it's doing

    3) If the pitch page is a squeeze page (which is a no-go for me)

    4) The quality of the sales page or video sales letter

    5) Testimonials

    6) The validity of the vendor offering the product

    7) Commission earning
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