[NOOB] How to get affiliates to promote my product?

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Hi guys,

Okay, first, let me get this out of the way: I am a complete CB noob, at least when it comes to being a vendor.

Last week, I launched a new product in the self-help niche. It was added to the marketplace on Friday and, so far, I've sold...eerrrr... zero copies. Not only that, but there have only been 30 hops to it.

Now, I know that the product is great and it's not overpriced. Similar products are doing quite well in the marketplace and mine offers more bang for bucks.

So, I'd just like to ask any established CB vendor: How do you attract affiliates?

I'm planning on launching a PPC campaign today to, at least, get rid of that "no sales yet" thing on my product's listing. It might motivate affiliates to promote it.

Any thoughts?
#affiliates #noob #product #promote
  • Profile picture of the author Mitsakis
    here is an idea. create an affiliate page and try to rank for the keyword "self help affiliate" or drive PPC traffic from that keyword.
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  • Profile picture of the author wfhblueprints
    Congrats on getting the product up and running.

    One of the quickest ways to approach affiliates is to search google for blogs/sites in your niche that are already selling clickbank products that compete with yours or are similar and approach them.

    Make sure that you have pretty much everything they will ever need to promote your product to make it as easy as you possibly can for them!

    You can then approach related blogs/niches that are not offering any clickbank products for sale on their site to join your affiliate program.

    Hope this helps

    Chris
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  • Profile picture of the author Nikolas
    Having some sales from yourself is going to help, as people search the marketplace with Gravity, etc.

    After that I would suggest to contact affiliates in your niche, it's the easiest way to start.

    Good luck with your new product
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