Easy $100 Contest. Best high priced affiliate program

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One of the things I teach in my RFM program is that promoting high priced affiliate programs is one of the easiest ways to achieve the $5K to $10K per month threshold.

It takes nearly the same amount of effort to promote a $1000 product as it does a $27 product. So it only makes sense if you want to make a lot of money to promote high priced items.

I was stoked to see one affiliate program I promote just crossed the six figure mark and I've had to put in very minimal time to achieve that. To say I'm thankful to be an affiliate would be a understatement.

Anyhow, here's the contest...

I want to know what affiliate programs exist that pay at least $300 in commissions.

For you to win the $100, all you need to is...

1. Mention the affiliate program that pays at least $300 in commissions (and provide a link to the sign up page).

and...

2. Tell me why you think the affiliate program is worthy of trying out. (This can be an opinion. You don't necessarily have to have experience with it).


The winner will be whoever I feel has provided the best program that is likely to help others make good money. Also, it will create a nice list for Warriors to check out for the programs they would like to promote.

All around win win for everyone I'd say.

So Warriors, what affiliate programs do you know of that pay at least $300?

Thanks for playing.
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  • Dude this sounds awesome, I spend pretty much all of my time promoting $47 clickbank products... Perhaps time would be better spent elsewhere like you say Jason.

    The problem is that so many of the higher ticket items seem to be short lived in my experience (like 7 day launches), so running an SEO site for example and getting residual income from them is tough. Higher ticket items seem to be better suited to email promotion, at least in the IM niche.

    Very interested to see what guys come up with... I'll be watchin' this one closely.

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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Moffatt
      Originally Posted by George Montagu Brown View Post

      Dude this sounds awesome, I spend pretty much all of my time promoting $47 clickbank products... Perhaps time would be better spent elsewhere like you say Jason.

      The problem is that so many of the higher ticket items seem to be short lived in my experience (like 7 day launches), so running an SEO site for example and getting residual income from them is tough. Higher ticket items seem to be better suited to email promotion, at least in the IM niche.

      Very interested to see what guys come up with... I'll be watchin' this one closely.

      George
      I agree with you 100% George. It is a bit frustrating to put in a bit of SEO work, dominate a search result, and then have the program close down in a few days.

      For far too long I've wished my friends would keep their programs open as Evergreen products, but I do understand the scarcity aspect of the whole thing. It just sucks because I could probably triple or quadruple my earnings from some of these affiliate programs.

      And yeah, it is a bit tough to find great affiliate programs that stay open all year long, yet pay out a nice chunk of cash. Hence the contest, which I think will be beneficial for all.

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  • Profile picture of the author JduncanMD
    I am also interested. Ive been promoting high gravity products but not high priced items
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      • Profile picture of the author David Squires
        OK, Jason,

        I've been doing a bit more research after reading your post and found another option (pardon the pun) - Options University. They pay 35% and have online courses and home study courses in the four figure range.

        In a similar vein, Profits Run, another forex/trading training company offers up to $700 commissions on some of their products.

        Thanks again for this exercise; it's making me think outside the box.

        David
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        • Profile picture of the author Jason Moffatt
          This is good stuff.

          Let's keep em coming. The more the better for everyone.

          I'm particularly digging Valerie SONORA's contribution with Africa Point (as well as the rest of the entries she provided). That's a pretty targeted product to sell, and quite interesting.

          I'll probably make a decision on the winner in a day or two. However, the more info we create in the thread will make it so everyone wins.
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  • Profile picture of the author nvs74191
    I remember when I started in IM, I used to promote some high priced products through adwords.

    My first sale was a 11 piece drum set, and then it was followed by 2 sales of "stair lifts".

    My commissions were about 800 USD in the first month from 3 sales, with only the google cash method of direct linking. My adwords cost was about $20.

    After that, once my quest for information increased, I started earning lesser and lesser affiliate commissions through clickbank products.

    Reason I mention this is to show there are higher end products that people do buy online. Yes probably I was lucky, and probably it is more difficult to sell now, but I think it can be done.

    Probably you can try googling affiliate programs for stair lifts and stuff like medical equipment. They pay well.
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  • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
    Profitsrun.com always served well

    Great products, "mid-ticket" ($600+ commissions on the first tier)

    Most of the products are in the markets/trading niche... that's one niche that I've had some great fun with..

    Peace

    Jay

    p.s. Don't forget using amazon targeting for high priced products, some of the Plasma and HD Tv's continue to pay out nice commissions on some amazon stores of mine....
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Grossman
    Can't say I've successfully worked with a program that pays over $300 per sale before. Plenty in the $100 per sale range, and I even run one that pays $100 per sale on some products.

    I do directly sell some products over $300 and have affiliates selling my $300+ products, but the commission is obviously not 100%.
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  • I do not want to participate in this contest. But, explosion proof refrigerators through Amazon do pretty well Not quite $300, though.
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    • Profile picture of the author a1journo
      Originally Posted by Charles Montgomery View Post

      I do not want to participate in this contest. But, explosion proof refrigerators through Amazon do pretty well Not quite $300, though.
      lol - what an awesome item!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
      Originally Posted by Charles Montgomery View Post

      I do not want to participate in this contest. But, explosion proof refrigerators through Amazon do pretty well Not quite $300, though.
      explosion proof refrigerators!!!! really they sell them......why would they explode never herd of that before:rolleyes:
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      • Profile picture of the author Jason Moffatt
        Good stuff ya'll. Let's keep em coming.

        Just got back from a good surf session & heading to a BBQ. Will chime back in tonight when I get home.
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        • Profile picture of the author kswr123
          Originally Posted by Jason Moffatt View Post

          Good stuff ya'll. Let's keep em coming.

          Just got back from a good surf session & heading to a BBQ. Will chime back in tonight when I get home.
          Jason, thanks a lot!

          Not for myself, but for the WF in general. Over the last few weeks we have seen standars slipping a little, and a good ol' contest should bring motivation and the WF spark back to the forums.

          I do not use affiliate marketing, but I will definately be trying with the product that comes out on top, or in second place.

          Congrats, and I think that this will be another one of those game-ghanging threads the WF is so famous for!
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      • Profile picture of the author xiaophil
        Thanks for starting such an interesting thread.

        Isn't 'affiliate' a loose enough term to describe pretty much any commission-based lead generating or sales activity? How about Realtors? Selling real estate (or generating leads) has always paid well.

        Originally Posted by jps2261 View Post

        explosion proof refrigerators!!!! really they sell them......why would they explode never herd of that before:rolleyes:
        A bit OT but just to clear up any mystery, these things are not designed (as the name suggests) to survive explosions. They are explosion-proof in the respect that they are designed not to cause an explosion.

        Explosion-proof equipment is very common in hazardous environments like mining where small sparks and such like can cause big problems. In the case of these refrigerators they are designed to safely store hazardous (i.e flammable) materials.

        Four grand a pop though. What would be the Amazon commission on that?
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  • Profile picture of the author Saul'
    Luxury watches (eg. Ashford.com). The commission is only 6% in this particular case but some brands sell for $30k and up. It's on my to-do list.

    Other than that, I'm sure you can find similar stuff (on Amazon even, beware of caps though). Or you can sell expensive stuff from dropshippers, though it's not quite affiliate business anymore.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eric Stanley
    Jason,

    There are a TON of $300+ affiliate programs out there. Some that come to mind -- Mass Control (obviously), PPC Bully, etc. PPC Bully for instance pays out 700+ on the front end sale. They will open it back up when it goes back on sale (http://ppcbully.com/vip). I have lists of these high dollar affiliate programs.

    I agree, promoting high dollar affiliate programs requires the same effort as promoting a $5 product. I would give any of the high dollar affiliate programs a go due to their extensive affiliate tools and support for the product.
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  • Profile picture of the author testaccount9998
    Hey Jason,

    First off, Cool Contest. I couldn't agree more with your point that promoting higher end products are just as much effort as smaller ones, but provide much great profits.

    That said, my contest entry is:

    The famous Yanik Silver's affiliate program. It can conveniently be used to promote all of his products under one program.

    Some of these are high ticket items, such as his copy writing system (which is supposed to be amazing btw) can yield $350-$700 commissions. Many also have great upsells, second tiers, and residuals.

    You can sign up for his program here. Surefire Marketing, Inc. (non-aff)


    I think it is worth trying for several reasons:

    -Yanik obviously has made a big name for himself in the IM world, and him and his programs are most likely not going anywhere anytime soon. So you can at least join with the confidence that you are not going to be left building promotion sites for fly by the night programs.

    -As I mentioned, this one program covers all of his many products, so you can try several without having to juggle severl programs.

    -The Copy Writing niche (his best big ticket item) definitely qualifies as an evergreen niche.


    All the best,

    Rebtl
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    • Profile picture of the author Martin Luxton
      Clayton Makepeace's the Total Package has several products from a few hundred to 4 figures so you're not just limited to the high ticket item. You can target different products to different segments of your list.

      His products are also evergreen so you haven't got to rush to promote in the launch window.

      He brings out new products regularly, usually with top marketers contributing.

      Sounds good, huh?

      The only drawback - he is revamping his affiliate site

      Affiliate Program | The Total Package

      However, if you were to contact the Redhead (his wife, Wendy) you never know . . .

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  • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
    1) OneSky private jet flights.

    https://www.onesky.com/affiliates/index.cfm

    Flat $500 commission on every order.

    In order to sell this you have to be able to target rich people. I would think this isn't the easiest thing to sell.
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    • Originally Posted by valerieSONORA View Post

      1) OneSky private jet flights.

      https://www.onesky.com/affiliates/index.cfm

      Flat $500 commission on every order.

      In order to sell this you have to be able to target rich people. I would think this isn't the easiest thing to sell.
      This is certainly a step away from the norm... pretty cool! Would a tough sell though me thinks.

      P.S. Good surf Jason? I was out in Cali myself like last Summer, Trestles man... what a wave!
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesPenn
    Perhaps this doesn't qualify, but I promote an IM membership site. It pays 50% commission on everything, apart from 100% on the $1 trial.

    It has a 14 day $1 trial and then $97 per month thereafter. After a prospect takes the $1 trial they are offered 3 OTOs. The first one costs $97, the second costs $47 and the third costs $497. On the thank you page there is also a $197 offer.

    I've referred about 70 members and on average a customer that pays the first $97 installment stays for about 3 months. That means about a $150 per member value.

    Plus, about 1 in 4 take at least one of the OTOS.

    I reckon every member I refer is worth around $180 on average. Plus the page converts at around 6%.

    Perhaps it's not the $300 payout required, but the visitor value is plenty for me.

    PM me if you want a link to the programme.

    James
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  • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
    2)AfricaPoint

    Africa Point

    Safaris, tours, travel, airflight, car rentals in Africa.

    30% commission but many prices are well into the thousands of dollars.

    3) Making Money In the Debt Business

    $300 commission per sale.

    http://www.makingmoneyinthedebtbusin...affiliate.html

    4) Forex Triad

    http://www.triadformula.com/

    They were paying $1000 commission, don't know if they still are. They say there's only 24 left and after that it's sold out, but of course it's most likely a marketing ploy.

    Flat $300 per sale

    5) Science of getting rich


    Program to teach ppl to get rich and talks about law of attraction and all that. Cost of program is almost $2,000.

    http://www.science-to-getting-rich.c...ogram-sgr.html

    $250-$500 per sale

    6) Quick Commerce

    Allows business to accept credit cards and checks.

    Flat $300 commission per sale.

    http://www.qc123.com/qc/clicks123/index.html

    7) This one is probably impossible, but I thought I'd list it anyway.

    http://artfieldinvestments.com/affiliates?google

    For companies that want to go public. Pretty hard to find a company that wants to go public. But if you did, it pays $2500-$7500 per referral.

    8) HotelClub

    50% commission. Hotels around the world. Average order gets more than $300 commission

    https://affiliates.hotelclub.com/programoverview.aspx

    9) Countryside Gazebos


    Sell gazebos and sheds. 5.5-6.5% commission. Average commission is $400.

    http://www.countrysidegazebos.com/affiliates.php

    10) ForexCT (Forex Capital Trading)


    You can make $400 per signup plus residual income on clients you refer. (15% revenue sharing) Probably the best paying forex affiliate program out there along with the other one mentioned.

    http://www.forexct.com.au/pr/lp/affi...eguideresidual

    11) Only for the super, super rich. Luxury homes, $1000 commission per sale. Waste of time... unless you can reach the target market.

    http://rhf.affiliateedge.info/affiliates/faq.php

    12) HA this struck me as funny so I'm listing it.

    You learn something new everyday. There are niches you've never heard of. This one makes credit cards of gold, silver or other precious stones/metals.

    But to be an affiliate you have to contact them describing your personality. And be sure you don't have a record too.

    http://luxury-payment.com/english/reseller.html
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    • Profile picture of the author David Squires
      Hey Jason,

      What a great idea. How about targeting art collectors?

      Picassomio.com pays 8% on all sales and a quick search just of paintings reveals 563 priced at over $10,000 with a high of $155,990.

      I know next to nothing about art, but I could learn some for $800-$12,472 in commissions!

      David
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  • Profile picture of the author JOHN_RODRIGUEZ
    John Carlton has some "big ticket" products, but you have to "apply" to his affiliate program. John Carlton - The Marketing Rebel - affiliate

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  • Profile picture of the author nick1123
    Dude, Jason this rocks. Thanks so much for providing a little capital incentive to get the juices flowing.

    I look forward to seeing what people recommend.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andy Fletcher
    Originally Posted by Jason Moffatt View Post

    It takes nearly the same amount of effort to promote a $1000 product as it does a $27 product. So it only makes sense if you want to make a lot of money to promote high priced items.
    I don't want to hijack but I think this is still sufficiently on topic.

    Could you elaborate on the statement above? I have no experience promoting $1000 products and always assumed I'm better off focusing on easier to sell, low ticket-priced, items. I'd be really interested to hear your reasoning behind it.

    Thanks,

    Andy
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    • Profile picture of the author Saul'
      Originally Posted by Andy Fletcher View Post

      Could you elaborate on the statement above? I have no experience promoting $1000 products and always assumed I'm better off focusing on easier to sell, low ticket-priced, items. I'd be really interested to hear your reasoning behind it.
      Any market has buyers, if it doesn't you shouldn't be in it. With that said, there's no difference in how you target any particular market. If you target the market that buys low ticket items, you will sell low ticket items. If you target the market that buys high ticket items, they will buy high ticket items.

      I haven't found any correlation of easiness to sell with price either. When I completely sucked at selling, I couldn't convert a $1 email submit offer. When I've learned to sell, I convert $2k items as easy as $20 items (not to say it comes very easy to me!). It's all down to your ability to target the right market and sell, but it doesn't depend on price.

      I mean, an item costs what it costs. It's not like you're selling stuff for $2k when the same stuff costs $20 elsewhere. Most buyers know what they are looking for and know how much it costs before they even see your offer. It doesn't come as a surprise to them. So all it takes is to apply the same methods to create your offer, the fundamentals are the same everywhere.

      Just my $0.02
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    • Profile picture of the author Zach Booker
      I'm not talking for Jason or nothing, and he probably has a much more extensive reasoning. But here's my take on it...

      A few months ago I remember seeing a video from MC 2.0, Frank Kern talked about selling stuff.

      I don't remember it too well now, so don't quote me on this. But he said there's only 3 reasons people don't buy 1) people don't got no money 2) they don't have the desire or 3) they don't trust you.

      Something like that anyway...

      Anyway the point he was trying to make, I think, was that if your in a market where people are spending a lot of dough(forex etc) than they all can afford to buy that $1000 product. For most of them $1000 isn't a big deal, the only reason they aren't buying from you is because they 1) don't trust you or 2) you aren't giving them the desire.

      I'm sure J-Mo has some crazy ninja persuasion techniques he's teaching the RFM students so that's why he wants the high end products for them to promote, cause he knows if you create the desire/trust than you'll have many sales year round no matter what the commission is.

      Thus why 4 figure commissions are really as easy as 2 figure ones.

      Anyway I could be way off, but too me it makes sense.

      Zach

      P.S- Another point here: 'free' trials are the shit now. Everyone is giving away a free trial for every product. That's because 'they' know that if someone will even pull out their credit card and pay 1 dollar they will probably pay 97 dollars, IF you create that desire for them.
      Originally Posted by Andy Fletcher View Post

      I don't want to hijack but I think this is still sufficiently on topic.

      Could you elaborate on the statement above? I have no experience promoting $1000 products and always assumed I'm better off focusing on easier to sell, low ticket-priced, items. I'd be really interested to hear your reasoning behind it.

      Thanks,

      Andy
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  • Profile picture of the author willbucks
    There are some big priced items in the Forex and stock market arena. I am not promoting them at this time but now you make me want to go and look at the affiliate commission side.

    Be back later.
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  • Profile picture of the author George Sepich
    Originally Posted by Jason Moffatt View Post

    One of the things I teach in my RFM program is that promoting high priced affiliate programs is one of the easiest ways to achieve the $5K to $10K per month threshold.

    It takes nearly the same amount of effort to promote a $1000 product as it does a $27 product. So it only makes sense if you want to make a lot of money to promote high priced items.

    I was stoked to see one affiliate program I promote just crossed the six figure mark and I've had to put in very minimal time to achieve that. To say I'm thankful to be an affiliate would be a understatement.

    Anyhow, here's the contest...

    I want to know what affiliate programs exist that pay at least $300 in commissions.

    For you to win the $100, all you need to is...

    1. Mention the affiliate program that pays at least $300 in commissions (and provide a link to the sign up page).

    and...

    2. Tell me why you think the affiliate program is worthy of trying out. (This can be an opinion. You don't necessarily have to have experience with it).


    The winner will be whoever I feel has provided the best program that is likely to help others make good money. Also, it will create a nice list for Warriors to check out for the programs they would like to promote.

    All around win win for everyone I'd say.

    So Warriors, what affiliate programs do you know of that pay at least $300?

    Thanks for playing.
    Hi Jason, I don't have an affiliate program to add at the moment, but I think you have brought to the forefront a need for big ticket evergreen affiliate products. I think this very thread you created will be a game changer. I already here the dominos falling. Great post.

    George
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  • Profile picture of the author VegasVince
    OK MO....I don't need the "DO"....but here's Vinnie's spin....

    HERE'S HOW I CREATE AFFILATE DEALS THAT PAY 1K....5K....AND UP...ON A STREET LEVEL....no computer required.

    Example....

    You can walk into any Mercedes dealer in America...pin down the power broker....and tell him or her... you have a list of buyers/clients up the ass.....who live in Japan, have a ton of cash, and are ready to spend some bling on a Mercedes next time they hit the states to buy one of Donald Trump's buildings etc.

    From there you basically ask the owner..... why HIS dealership is the best place to send YOUR clients!

    AT THIS POINT....MR MERCEDES DEALER..... STARTS PITCHING YOU....AS TO WHY YOU JASON MO...NEED TO SEND YOUR PEEPS TO HIM... AND NOT THE DUDE ACROSS THE STREET!

    By the time you walk out of his office....you have a LOCKED IN price for any Mercedes in the joint...along with a side deal that pays you......a 3K commish on every buyer you send...that drives out with a new Benz etc. Neat.

    You can work this approach with any high ticket item you have an interest in....or a list for.

    And it works the same way every time...regardless of whether it's a Mercedes dealer or a diamond broker.

    You're a high ticket sellers...wet dream....because you have something he needs...buyers.

    And for that alone...he's willing to kick you down what he probably considers chump change.....except the "change" is often very friggin good! Always better then $300!

    Believe me.....it's more effective then hustling some Affiliate program.....where high commissions aint really that high in comparison to this approach.


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  • Profile picture of the author Igor Kheifets
    Global Resorts Network Pays 1000$ Per sale.

    I would post my link, but I see someone allready got
    ahead of me. So just to support the other guy, GRN does
    pay over 300$

    Igor
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  • Profile picture of the author dean_holland
    Hey

    Good thread ..... Well wish I was at the stage of submiting my own affiliate program for you bro... Next time I will be pay over $300

    For now though if you want to get $100 + recurring then hey feel free to jump on my launch coming July 7th

    Shoot me a PM if interested peeps ...

    Peace !!

    Dean
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  • Profile picture of the author NewbiesDiary
    With the offline / seminar buzz being hot at the moment, what about...

    "Make 10k in A Weekend" by Rachel Rofe

    The commission is 50% of $497 - which for me will come in at the $300 mark! (Is NOT cheating LOL)

    I have this package and it is absolutely brilliant!! Anyone wanting to run their own seminar, either in it's own right, or as a lead in to an upsell at the end (or both) - this package can't be passed up! You get everything you need and more with this package - Rachel has certainly done a great job!
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  • Profile picture of the author JAIDEEP2959
    Give a try to moreniche.com and worldniche.com.
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  • Profile picture of the author webguycanada
    If I had a quality product similar to Frank Kern's *Mass Control,*
    I might even consider offering an Affiliate Program like this
    using Rapid Action Profit Software:


    Sale #1 Paid to Admin
    Sale #2 Paid to You ($2000 paid INSTANTLY via PayPal.)
    Sale #3 Paid to You ($2000 paid INSTANTLY via PayPal.)
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    Sale #5 Paid to Admin
    Sale #6 Paid to You ($2000 paid INSTANTLY via PayPal.)
    Sale#7 Paid to You ($2000 paid INSTANTLY via PayPal.)
    Sale #8 Paid to You ($2000 paid INSTANTLY via PayPal.)
    Sale# 9 Paid to Admin

    Consumers are happy because it's a quality Product.
    Affiliates are happy because it's a quality Affiliate Program.

    Win/Win
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  • Profile picture of the author milkmoney
    Hello Jason,

    This site pays over $300 to it's affiliate.

    Website is: 247WealthFormula.com
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  • Profile picture of the author chipshot22
    I suppose recurring commission products don't count because you can't count on customers continuing to stay in the game? I'm not interested in the contest, but am happy with The 7 Figure Marketing School's potential to earn over $300 with recurring commissions of $30.
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    • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
      I used to be an affiliate with Rockwell Trading and got my first signup after just 2 days - $500 ... cha ching. However, I am no longer certain of their payout structure. Personally, my partner and I have developed our own product which brings in $297 per sale.

      Mo, are you surfing P.B.? I really miss eating pesto bagels at 976!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Moffatt
    I haven't surfed PB in quite some time. Love the 976 Cafe though.

    I usually surf in north county. Better waves, less crowds.
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  • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
    Found another one: Earn $681.45 on selling info courses

    13) Profits Run

    Profits Run Affiliate Program

    Sell informational courses. Several to choose from.

    Here are the ones that offer $681.45 commission

    Forex Profit Accelerator - $1,947

    This product shows traders 4 specific methods for trading the Forex markets. We pay first-tier commissions of $681.45, and second-tier commissions of $194.70 per sale.


    Forex Income Engine - $1,947

    This product reveals our most flexible Forex method that can be used in any timeframe. We pay first-tier commissions of $681.45, and second-tier commissions of $194.70 per sale.



    ETF Profit Driver - $1,947

    This product shows traders 4 specific methods for trading Exchange Traded Funds. We pay first-tier commissions of $681.45, and second-tier commissions of $194.70 per sale.

    Market Mastery Protege Program - $1,947

    This is the home study course portion to our private, high-end stock trading coaching that reveals 4 different methods that work together to identify short-term stock trading opportunities. We pay first-tier commissions of $681.45, and second-tier commissions of $194.70 per sale.

    There are several more to choose from on this page, more products with over $300 commission.

    14) Saveology Network

    http://www.saveologynetwork.com/

    Not sure into the specifics on this one, but it sells satellite like dish network, satellite internet from hughes net, cable tv from all the major companies, and other services like that so some commissions should be high.
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    • Profile picture of the author CameronCrosse
      Okay, Rich Schefren's "Internet Business Growth System" comes immediately to mind.

      You make $2000 on a $5000 price tag. Not too shabby. If you can drive traffic and presell well, even one sale a month will pay for a mortgage on a new house.

      The Second Program that I know of actually has a two tier Affiliate program. So teaching those to do what you do will bring in some decent coin.

      I am not part of this program, but those who I know who are make six figures from it alone.

      The program is Wealth Masters International. I understand there is some controversy over it, but I reserve my judgment for now.

      WMI is a Debt Control / Legal Business Creation / Wealth and Investment Management course,

      The cool thing about this affiliate program is that it has a funnel of products, not just one.

      The price points are $2000, $8995, and $12,995.

      For the $2000 product, you make $1000 from your own sales and $400 from those affiliates under you.

      The 2nd and 3rd products are live workshop seminars on wealth generation / investment.

      I could go on, but i'm sure those interested can check them out online.

      Wealth Masters International (not an affiliate link)

      pm me if you want more info. I can hook you up with one of my friends.

      Cameron

      p.s. anybody else know of an affiliate program for a funnel of closely related products?
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      • Profile picture of the author jjjroy
        Hey Jason, fellow warriors...

        This is turning into a really great resource.

        Here's another affiliate program to add to the mix.

        Early to Rise is a daily e-newsletter published by Michael Masterson and Agora Publishing.

        Agora publishes everything from investment newsletters to health newsletters to 'how to make money on the internet' newsletters....

        And they also offer multi-day seminars and training courses.

        Retail prices for their products range from $24.95 for an anti-aging eBook to $4,997 for a 5-day internet business seminar, with all kinds of products priced in between. Several of them pay out hundreds of dollars in commissions...

        You can make as much as $1,249.25 on each sale!

        Their affiliate program pays 25% on everything. And there's also a second tier that will give you 2% of the sales from affiliates you refer.

        Check it out at:
        www(dot)JohnCumbow(dot)com/Recommends/ETR/

        (Sorry for the 'dot' crap, I haven't made enough posts to the forum yet to put in a real link)

        Great stuff so far. Keep it coming.

        John R. Cumbow (jjjroy)
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      • Profile picture of the author deepestblue
        Great thread, I second the nomination for Valerie. Anyone know any home study courses in non-IM niches with $300+ commissions? Seems as though all the non-IM stuff has price points at or below $100.
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    • Profile picture of the author blackjack
      Originally Posted by valerieSONORA View Post

      Found another one: Earn $681.45 on selling info courses

      13) Profits Run

      Profits Run Affiliate Program




      Forex Income Engine - $1,947
      Valerie

      How are you finding these high ticket affiliate programmes? Is it just Google or some other trick?

      Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Izesta
    Thanks Valerie. I see you know your stuff about high-paying affiliates. Great info.
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  • Profile picture of the author Izesta
    Great idea for a contest Jason. I will definitely stay on top of this for the winner and the winning affiliate.
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    MavisAA, your Global Network links don't work.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
    Valerie may be annoyed, but she's bustin' her ass on research.

    I nominate her for the big prize.

    John
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    • Profile picture of the author Cali16
      Originally Posted by John Rogers View Post

      Valerie may be annoyed, but she's bustin' her ass on research.

      I nominate her for the big prize.

      John
      I have to agree with John. I think Valerie certainly deserves the prize for the amazing list she has come up with! (Of course Jason, it is up to you, it's your contest...!) Great job, Valerie!!!
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      • Profile picture of the author Martin Luxton
        Jason,

        Please don't choose a winner until next week.

        That should give Valerie time to find at least another 20 programmes

        Martin

        P.S. I second John Roger's nomination of Valerie as the winner.
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        • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
          Originally Posted by Martin Luxton View Post

          Jason,

          Please don't choose a winner until next week.

          That should give Valerie time to find at least another 20 programmes

          Martin

          P.S. I second John Roger's nomination of Valerie as the winner.
          Look at the brain on Martin!

          Go Valerie, go!

          Go Valerie, go!
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        • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
          Originally Posted by Martin Luxton View Post

          Jason,

          Please don't choose a winner until next week.

          That should give Valerie time to find at least another 20 programmes

          Martin

          P.S. I second John Roger's nomination of Valerie as the winner.
          All right you asked for it :p

          3 more:

          15) Resort Health Care

          Provides a combination of quality health care and resort living at an affordable price for Americans who aren't satisfied with the care they get in America. Properties in Mexico, Jamaica, Asia.

          $500 commission plus $100-$200 a month every month the referral stays at the medical resort.

          Resort Healthcare

          16)mCorp Affiliate

          Sells different products and training courses. Can make up to $1000 commission.

          High Paying Affiliate Program

          17) Suluta

          Affiliate network manged by shareasale, have to apply thru them. They are affiliate managers themselves plus provide internet marketing services.

          From their site:

          Local Internet Marketing Services

          The internet can be a daunting new task for small business owners. Suluta offers free services for small businesses, such as free websites, customer retention, and more.

          Pay for Performance.... simple concept right? We're wiling to put our money where our mouth is. You are a business, and your needs vary. We will create a customized solution to make customers walk through your front door. If we don't, we won't get paid.
          Looking for merchants to advertise on suluta.

          $500 commission for referring clients.

          ShareASale.com and Suluta Corp
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          • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
            Originally Posted by valerieSONORA

            15) Resort Health Care

            Provides a combination of quality health care and resort living at an affordable price for Americans who aren't satisfied with the care they get in America. Properties in Mexico, Jamaica, Asia.

            $500 commission plus $100-$200 a month every month the referral stays at the medical resort.

            Resort Healthcare
            I like that one.

            My next door neighbor was just talking to me the other day about going to Mexico to get some dental work done.

            John
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            • Profile picture of the author Jason Moffatt
              I think it's pretty clear who the winner is.

              Thank you so much Valerie. I've dug around a bunch and I know it's not exactly super easy to find all these programs. I'll send you a PM to get your Paypal address, or I'll ship you $100 worth of pennies in a Piggy Bank.

              Thank you to all the other Warriors who chipped in as well. I hope we can continue to build the list for all of us to reference.

              A word of caution though...

              Just because an affiliate program pays $300 to $5000 shouldn't be the sole reason you promote the product or service. I'm sure most of you know this and have some sort of morals about what you do or don't promote.

              I mention this because I don't want people to get the impression that I'll promote anything that pays a hefty commission. There are things in this thread that I'd never promote. However, I think it's worthwhile information to know everything that is out there, and what the opportunities are.
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  • Profile picture of the author dudestar
    There's also Becker surfboards.
    For $1000-$5000 sales about 8% commission. Not super high.
    BeckerSurf Affiliate Program
    But if your customers were to buy a couple of their longboards ($600-700+) or
    if they had surfing tours then it'd be good for all.

    Of course you'd make sure the surfers stayed in one of those HotelClubs too...
    Previously mentioned (with the $300+ commiss)

    Great thread, thanks
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    • Originally Posted by dudestar View Post

      There's also Becker surfboards.
      For $1000-$5000 sales about 8% commission. Not super high.
      BeckerSurf Affiliate Program
      But if your customers were to buy a couple of their longboards ($600-700+) or
      if they had surfing tours then it'd be good for all.

      Of course you'd make sure the surfers stayed in one of those HotelClubs too...
      Previously mentioned (with the $300+ commiss)

      Great thread, thanks
      Dude! A surfing affiliate program?

      I know who gets my vote! Not sure what the conversion rate on that would be though lol.

      G
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      • Profile picture of the author ExRat
        Hi BrianJaso,

        1. What is the difference between Affiliate Marketing Vs selling commercial products like electronics, then having the actual company drop ship the product for me?
        When you drop ship, you make a deal with the buyer to provide the product. Sometimes they don't even realise there's a 3rd party involved (although there are complicated legal issues with drop-shipping - too much to elaborate on here) - so they just assume you are a normal seller.

        When you sell as an affiliate, quite often you simply drop a cookie on their PC on their way to buy the product. In this scenario, you (the affiliate) are not the seller, and sometimes the buyer doesn't know that you (the 3rd party) are involved.

        Totally different scenario. In the first example (drop ship) if the drop shipper fails to deliver, the customer is coming after you. They paid you.

        In the other example they pay the seller, then he pays you after the refund period expires.

        .............

        Can't help you with the other question except that I learnt from a combination of -

        a) buying training products

        b) finding free info (Eg this forum)

        c) researching existing business

        d) trial and error
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  • Profile picture of the author James Foster
    I don't know if I'm too late to join this contest or not, but some people might like to know about this regardless....

    The 'product' is to team up with Reed Floren and do a giveaway event. He takes care of setting everything up and guarantees you a list of at least 3,000 when the giveaway ends (if you figure a dollar a name that's a minimum of a $3k per month paycheck).

    To team up with Reed and have him set this all up with you and use his contacts to promote the event it costs $5,000. And at a 50% commission rate - that means you earn $2500

    Here's the link (no aff. link) to the main site:

    Let Reed Floren Build Your List

    And here's the link to the affiliate program at PayDotCom

    https://paydotcom.com/a.page.php?id=84748&u=bssystems
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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Moffatt
      I'll Paypal someone the money tomorrow evening.

      But hopefully the thread stays alive and serves as a great resource for all members.

      Thanks everyone.

      I'll add a couple too...

      Anthony Robbins Seminars and Products
      https://members.cj.com/member/184331...iserId=1815767

      Eben Pagan's "Get Altitude" & "Guru Mastermind"
      Altitude Affiliate Program
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      • Profile picture of the author Trader54
        Originally Posted by Jason Moffatt View Post

        I'll Paypal someone the money tomorrow evening.

        But hopefully the thread stays alive and serves as a great resource for all members.

        Thanks everyone.

        I'll add a couple too...

        Anthony Robbins Seminars and Products
        https://members.cj.com/member/184331...iserId=1815767

        Eben Pagan's "Get Altitude" & "Guru Mastermind"
        Altitude Affiliate Program
        Thanks for starting this thread.

        Looks like your $100 could end up making a lot of people here a lot of money.

        I know Valerie has come up with some gems in my markets that I was not aware of.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Anderson
    uh thanks guys.
    i have had to start wearing a special sort of blindfold. one that lets me type the product that i am doing as my first product, but the blindfold is to stop me getting information overload.
    haha.
    and then i find this competition.
    now i am sitting here thinking i must start up a blog on african safari's and go into merc dealerships, and do something about charter flights.
    or put up the price of my own product from my projected $40 to $5000 and see if you all can sell it. hehehe
    thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author Wasabi Kurt
      Great food for thought ... err, action ... Jason, thanks!
      With evergreen high-ticket affiliate sales you can avoid the "bonus wars" surrounding every limited product launch...

      Here's one for you folks thinking about the travel/adventure market...
      G.A.P Adventures - Adventure Travel Affiliate Program at
      gapadventures (dot) com (slash) affiliate-program

      "Since 1990, G.A.P Adventures has specialized in unique, small group outdoor adventure travel. Offering more than 1,000 incredible adventures on all 7 continents and beyond, we are the world's leading adventure tour operator."

      They offer up to 5% for every online booking, handled through CJ & other networks.

      They have a 5-day Zero Gravity Flight Adventure + Moscow tour for USD $10449+ ...
      3-5% commission on that hits the $300 mark.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shane Hale
    Very cool contest can't wait for the list! This is a great idea!
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  • Profile picture of the author Brianjaso
    Can someone please help me out with a couple of questions.

    1. What is the difference between Affiliate Marketing Vs selling commercial products like electronics, then having the actual company drop ship the product for me?

    2. Does anyone know where I can get a really good video series for newbies explaining the how to side for Affiliate Marketing or Niche Marketing? Ryan Wade use to have an incredible free series for beginners (3 Day List), but it's no longer available. Please help.

    Thank you very much for your help.
    Brian
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  • Profile picture of the author Brianjaso
    Thank you ExRat for your relpy, this helps answer some questions.

    AffiliateMarketing sounds like a great way to start a "business" online and from everyone's ideas, it sounds like it's pretty profitable. I don't want to be rude and ask how much any of you make doing affiliate marketing, but can I get some feedback with very realistic (money) possibilites when starting out. And also an average monthly income from doing this?

    Thanks everyone
    Brian
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  • Profile picture of the author kemdev
    Rich Schefren
    Business acceleration program
    Retail Price$4977Commission40%Affiliate Gets$2023.79http://www.strategicprofits.com/affiliates/

    Rich has a huge name and is known for putting a lot into his products.
    Plus he has many other products to promote.
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    • Profile picture of the author ExRat
      Hi Brian,

      Impossible to answer sensibly I'm afraid! It's like saying 'how much can I expect to earn from opening a bar?'

      There is no ceiling to what you can earn though, that's for sure.
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  • Profile picture of the author theinfomaven
    How about a $1000 payout in a high traffic niche?

    Dating Advice
    http://www.davidwygant.com/affiliate-program.html

    He has a coaching program, open all year long, and he pays you $1000 per sale.

    This guy has been on numerous mainstream media outlets as well so check out his site.

    Requires a quick phone call to make sure you're legit, but he's a nice guy so this is really no big deal at all.

    If you prefer a traditional route, He also has dvd/cd products that pay in the hundreds. Very generous.

    P.S. Let's keep them coming, there are always more!!!


    Enjoy.
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  • Profile picture of the author macD231
    When I have started doing Affiliate marketing since than my success rate is not so good. Doesn't mean that I haven't made much from it I do but, it's not a amount to be proud of. Now I wanna give try on your offer it looks good to me.
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