Which internet marketing affiliate product would you most put your name behind?

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Of all of the internet marketing affiliate products that are out there, which one would you most be willing to put your name behind? (Please do not name your own product).

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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Not my niche at all, but I think I'd probably have least risk and fear of embarrassment by being an affiliate for a high-quality autoresponder (GetResponse or Aweber) or maybe a high-quality hosting company. Whatever I went for, it would obviously have to be something very long-established and something I'd used myself very successfully and knew others who did, too.

    Talking of which, this e-book is also outstanding. I'm not an affiliate for it (because I have no interests in this market, as an affiliate, myself) but it's one I'd happily put my name behind - as indeed I do, in a sense, whenever I recommend it here.

    On the other hand, it's terribly cheap and might even be below my affiliate payment-threshold (I haven't actually looked at the commission percentage).

    Originally Posted by James Liberty View Post

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    I know plenty of people who've started earning money - sometimes after many unsuccessful attempts - because they've read it carefully and followed its advice, and some of them have eventually recommended it to others, too. That's reason enough, isn't it?
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    • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
      As far as I can recall, I've only promoted products from two people and one company as an affiliate in 4 or 5 years.

      Company: Aweber, because I use them, and have for over a decade.

      As far as products from individuals, Product Launch Formula, by Jeff Walker, and anything by the Professor. (Marlon Sanders.)

      Why? Got the products and love them. They consistently deliver big value for the money.

      And, on the personal side, I know these guys will treat my subscribers well. They're quick to deal with the occasional problems that happen with anything that sells well, and they always show respect for the people who order from them. I get amazing comments and thank yous from people I refer to them who use their stuff.

      I trust them. Professionally and personally.


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      Correction: Dropbox, too, but I don't think that falls into the category you're asking about.
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    • Profile picture of the author James Liberty
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      Not my niche at all, but I think I'd probably have least risk and fear of embarrassment by being an affiliate for a high-quality autoresponder (GetResponse or Aweber) or maybe a high-quality hosting company. Whatever I went for, it would obviously have to be something very long-established and something I'd used myself very successfully and knew others who did, too.

      Talking of which, this e-book is also outstanding. I'm not an affiliate for it (because I have no interests in this market, as an affiliate, myself) but it's one I'd happily put my name behind - as indeed I do, in a sense, whenever I recommend it here.

      On the other hand, it's terribly cheap and might even be below my affiliate payment-threshold (I haven't actually looked at the commission percentage).



      I know plenty of people who've started earning money - sometimes after many unsuccessful attempts - because they've read it carefully and followed its advice, and some of them have eventually recommended it to others, too. That's reason enough, isn't it?
      Not sure if the e-book is still available... I get an error message when trying to order.
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      • Originally Posted by James Liberty View Post

        Not sure if the e-book is still available... I get an error message when trying to order.
        The page and e covers etc look a tad dated. This may be the problem.
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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Originally Posted by stoltingmediagroup View Post

          The page and e covers etc look a tad dated. This may be the problem.
          Why would that be a problem for ordering it, though, Arnold? (It was working yesterday).
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          • Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

            Why would that be a problem for ordering it, though, Arnold? (It was working yesterday).
            I personally have nothing against dated page designs Alexa. I order quality products either way. I just related the possiblity that if a page is dated, the product itself might no longer be available. However, testing the links here it seems to lead to a Clickbank order page for me, thus I'm not sure where James is having the issue.
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            Arnold Stolting - Stolting Media Group
            "I LOVE The Song! The Vibe Is Positive And Firm!" - Kymani Marley. (Son of Bob Marley)
            "Keep Up The Good Work!" Tony Lindsay - Lead Vocalist, Carlos Santana.

            "Very High Quality!" Jeremy Harding - Manager / Producer. Sean Paul.
            "They Are FANTASTIC!" - Willie Crawford.

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            • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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              Originally Posted by stoltingmediagroup View Post

              I just related the possiblity that if a page is dated, the product itself might no longer be available.
              Ooh, I see what you mean, sorry!

              No, it's very much available! (Yes, it's a very old-fashioned-looking sales page, I agree!).

              Originally Posted by stoltingmediagroup View Post

              However, testing the links here it seems to lead to a Clickbank order page for me
              Yes, and for me. Though I didn't actually complete an order, and am guessing that that was the stage at which James had the problem (in which case I'd tell both ClickBank and the vendor). However, it was working yesterday, because I happen to know someone who bought it yesterday ... :confused:
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            • Profile picture of the author James Liberty
              Originally Posted by stoltingmediagroup View Post

              I personally have nothing against dated page designs Alexa. I order quality products either way. I just related the possiblity that if a page is dated, the product itself might no longer be available. However, testing the links here it seems to lead to a Clickbank order page for me, thus I'm not sure where James is having the issue.
              Oops. One of my FireFox plugins may have been conflicting with it. Carry on.
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        • Profile picture of the author myob
          Originally Posted by stoltingmediagroup View Post

          The page and e covers etc look a tad dated.
          Actually, that's one of the main selling points I use when recommending this ebook here on the forum and to all my writers/researchers (w/o affiliate link). The marketing method detailed in this very old yet timeless classic has worked long before the internet, and continues to do extremely well despite all the recent changes within the online environment. So in a major sense, I really do put my name behind "Turn Words Into Traffic".
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  • Profile picture of the author archie79
    I have to admit the best product I have bought in a long time is the Money Tree Method by Russ Ruffino on the Warrior Special Offers Forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dragone
    As others have mentioned the main ones are the big brands that we all use on a daily basis. Aweber, stablehost, namecheap and perhaps a few 'essential' WP themes.
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  • Profile picture of the author MKCookins
    As everyone else mentioned I only put my name behind products I have used myself, and get great results from.

    This should be the same for everyone when they are promoting products. It is wise to first buy them, this way you can know that you are selling your list a product that is of high value.

    As for names it would be, Aweber, hostgator, Optimize press, and Chris Farrell's membership site.
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  • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
    Fortune 500 companies but I don't because the buck is faster with new programs that are cheaper than things they sell and my commission rates are so much greater.

    I used to do amazon, loved that 4 percent. Now I won't even put out a blast if I don't get 50 percent of the product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    Anything by Frank Kern or Andre Chaperon I would blindly put my name behind it. I know all they release are top notch products so I wouldn't hesitate to promote their stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author wingedwolf
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    • Profile picture of the author wordwizard
      I promote only what I use and like myself...

      Anything by Marlon Sanders, and membership sites or services, such as 1shoppingcart, Aweber, and instant teleseminar, earn 1k a day, and MyNAMs, just for starters... Yes, Hostgator too, though I wish they'd pay recurring commissions.

      There's more, but I don't want to make anyone feel left out, so I'm going to stop here.
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  • Profile picture of the author shane_k
    Only three people I would put my name behind

    Marlon Sanders
    Promo Dashboard was the first IM product I ever bought. And I feel lucky cause it had everything I needed to get started and cause of that I never fell into the whole shiny object syndrome

    Joe Lavery
    This guy is just bad ass. Probably not as well known as a lot of other marketers but love his products - they've made me a lot of money. Lol

    Andrew Cavanagh
    His courses on offering services to brick and mortar businesses opened up a whole new world for me.
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