The Key to a Successful Affiliate Program

Written by Michael Southon

Two Christmases ago I tugged on one of those paper crackers and after a small bang, out popped a piece of yellow paperrepparttar size of a credit card.

On one side was a riddle that didn't make much sense, but onrepparttar 102556 other side was an 'Inspirational Quote' that made a lot of sense.

So much so, that I still have it in my wallet.

This is what it said: "The shortest and best way to make your fortune is to let people see clearly that it is in their interests to promote yours".

I'm constantly amazed to see affiliate programs that offer 20%, or even as little as 15%, to their affiliates.

It is generally accepted thatrepparttar 102557 production of any information product is only 10 percent ofrepparttar 102558 whole process.

5 Tips To Creating More Profits From Your Affiliate Program

Written by Ken Hill

1. If you're selling eBooks, set up a free marketing course that your affiliates can offer on their websites or in their ezines to promote your product. This can be a course you offer through a pop up on your site that has generated sales for you or another course you have used that has produced sales of your products. Following up can substantially increaserepparttar sales of your products. Make it easy for your affiliates to follow up with their prospects by letting them use your own sales generating ad copy.

2. If you're selling an eBook, create a trial copy of your eBook that your affiliates can rebrand with their affiliate URL and give away for free on their website or in their promotions. This can be an easy way for your affiliates to earn more commissions if they have a website that gets a lot of targeted traffic or if they run an ezine.

3. If you write articles, allow your affiliates to use one or more of your articles in their ezines. Writing articles can be a very effective way to bring more traffic to your website and sell more of your products. Many ezine owners do use content from other sources for their articles and would be glad to use your articles in their ezines since they are earning commissions onrepparttar 102555 sale of your products.

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