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6. Rewrite or edit your articles for inclusion in your free e-mail course.
This will give you added advantage of being able to recommend and link to your affiliate programs within your course's content instead of just promoting your affiliate program in your resource box.
7. Use an aside -- a break in information that tells your readers how product you are promoting can help them -- to direct your readers' attention to your affiliate program.
Your aside can be a free bonus or a special benefit your readers will get for purchasing product.
8. Set your aside off with a separator such as ******* and personalize your aside with your reader's name.
9. End your aside with a call to action that tells your readers what you want them to do such as learn more now at http://yourreferralurl.com or get details now at http://yourreferralurl.com.
10. End each part of your course with a conclusion that tells your readers about next part of your course and a personalized PS that tells your readers again about service or product you wish to promote.
Your PS can be a recommendation, an added benefit for purchasing product you are promoting, or a combination of both.
11. End your PS with a call to action.
12. Continue to follow up with your readers periodically after your readers have taken your course.
Remind your subscribers about product or products you are promoting, tell them of new specials or bonuses for purchasing product, or invite them to take new free e-mail courses or to subscribe to your e-zine.
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