How to Recruit Affiliates on Facebook

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Can someone please help me figure out how to recruit affiliates for our online photography courses business on Facebook?

Should I just send people to the affiliate sign up area here: Affiliate Area

Or send them to a post about the affiliate program?

Thank you,

Chris
partners@fotoclasses.com
#affiliates #facebook #recruit
  • Profile picture of the author miklanderson2
    Create a post that presells the affiliate program and advertise it in the Newsfeeds of people you think would be interested in the affiliate program. Link out to the affiliate area from the post, so people who are interested can click through to sign up.
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  • Profile picture of the author Javisito
    Just follow manually would be the best, and make sure to follow people interested in your niche to get targeted followers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Harris
    Not specific to Facebook, but if you are looking for affiliates, it might be an idea to do something that helps them out first, without asking for anything in return, to get their attention. Then you can begin building a relationship with them, as opposed to just saying "Could you promote me?".
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    • Profile picture of the author fotoclasses
      Originally Posted by Rob Harris View Post

      Not specific to Facebook, but if you are looking for affiliates, it might be an idea to do something that helps them out first, without asking for anything in return, to get their attention. Then you can begin building a relationship with them, as opposed to just saying "Could you promote me?".
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      Maybe this will help build good will if I post it on Facebook

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    Fb ads could help
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Mayers
    Originally Posted by fotoclasses View Post

    Can someone please help me figure out how to recruit affiliates for our online photography courses business on Facebook?

    Should I just send people to the affiliate sign up area here: Affiliate Area

    Or send them to a post about the affiliate program?

    Thank you,

    Chris
    partners@fotoclasses.com

    Hey Chris,

    It sounds like you are referring to cold messaging people which is a great way to recruit, but it depends on how you do it.

    First, I would find groups in which you can find people who would be interested in what you have to offer. Next, I'd send them a contact message, introducing myself, and letting them know that I have some info that they'd be interested in. In that same message, I'd request their permission to send them info, and then I will reply with a link after they have given it.

    If you follow this, you will have no problem recruiting affiliates, and you're building relationships with your downline at the same time, which is always a plus!

    Hope this is helpful!

    Please feel free to PM me with more questions on this.

    Josh
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery Moss
    There are many groups on Facebook where people are looking for legitimate ways to earn money. You could introduce yourself there and ask if anyone is looking for this specific niche of affiliate program. You could offer to pm details, rather than listing it on the group.
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  • Profile picture of the author clevelandslim
    11 Types of Affiliates

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    2. Loyalty / Cashback
    3. Content
    4. PPC
    5. Mobile
    6. Datafeed
    7. Email
    8. Social Media
    9. Bloggers
    10. Pay Per Call
    11. Offline (TV, Radio, Print)

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  • Profile picture of the author immegaprofit
    Join facebook marketing groups base on your Niche, be active on those group and keep on advertising your offer there, don't spam them, you will be amaze with the result. Better still, try facebook paid Ads, if you know how to set up a targeted one. I think this should give you fast result.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnnyPlan
    Send your potential recruits to a sign up page for your affiliate training email list. By getting the names/emails of people who are interesting in possibly promoting your product, you can easily follow up with them and provide tips for selling the product. As with any business, you will need to train and manage your team and that involves more than sending traffic to an affiliate sign up page.
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  • Profile picture of the author ddev
    FB Groups can help.
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