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***Publish a newsletter with more of same. And let me get a sense of who you are as a person. I like what I see. Now I'll think more seriously about your endorsements.
***Write a Free E-book that's going to help me. It can be in your own words or a compilation of work of others. Help me and you'll gain my respect ... and my ear.
***Submit articles to ezines. The more I see your name, more credibility I'll associate with you. I'll sign-up for your newsletter to learn what else you have to say.
***Show me that you've used products you're suggesting. How, exactly did you benefit? What were results? Is there any downside at all? (You see? Now you've got me paying attention and asking for more information).
Get idea? Affiliate sales are all about building relationships, not promoting products. You can promote until you're green in face, but if you haven't developed a personal relationship with your prospects, and earned their respect and trust, it's unlikely you'll ever get more than a handful of sales.
And remember this, Affiliate success does not come overnight. Like anything worthwhile, it takes effort and commitment.
The good news is that once you establish who you are and win respect of your leads, it does indeed become easier. After successfully crossing trust and credibility threshold, it's not difficult to transfer this influence to additional top-notch products and opportunities.
Joshua Rose is the Editor of The Internet Profit Wizards Newsletter, where he writes about the three most important skills needed to attain internet success. To subscribe, visit: http://www.internetprofitwizards.com.