How to Start Your Own Affiliate Program - Internet Marketing
This is how most entrepreneurs become filthy stinking rich! EVEN Ebay has an affiliate program!
The truth is its hard generating traffic on your own and if you want massive amounts of traffic this is the best way I know of. The great thing about creating your own affiliate program is you don't have to pay a cent until one of your affiliates makes a sale.
However in order to get affiliates to want to promote your product, you do need to make it enticing for them. If you're selling a digital product where you make basically 100% of the profits then your affiliates will be expecting a decent cut of the profits. After all, advertising can be quite expensive. It needs to be worth "their" while.
If your digital product sells for $97 ++ and you offer a 50% commission? your not going to have any troubles getting affiliates to sign on and promote your product (unless of course your salescopy isn't up to scratch or your product has a bad reputation, I've seen that happen before).
Writing up your affiliate page and making it easier for your affiliates to promote your product will be of great benefit to you as well. After all, writing up email promotions, ezines, banners etc? is going to be a whole lot easier for you then what it will be for your affiliate because NO-ONE knows YOUR products as well as you do!
So how can you get an affiliate program?
Well there are quite a few options? Probably the most popular affiliate program would be ClickBank's. Once you make your first sale (and they also give you the option of making the sale yourself) then they will index your site in their affiliate programs to promote. This gives you a large audience to find eager and waiting affiliates.
You can also get other affiliate programs that give you greater control and tracking, just do a search in Google for "Affiliate Software"
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