How to Find the Best Affiliate Offers to Promote?

How to Find the Best Affiliate Offers to Promote?

  When you’re looking for good products to promote as an affiliate, it’s important your products be good for your customers, your list, and also good for conversions. You want to make sure that when you are promoting the best offers that pay you well. But how do you go about finding them? The answer is quite simple … Priority #1: Find an Affiliate Network to Promote If you’re an affiliate marketer, you’re basically promoting someone else’s product, event, or service—and you’re getting paid a commission every time you refer them a customer. Affiliate networks offer many different products and offers you can you choose, so you can pick and choose which ones you want to promote. There are many different affiliate networks out there … For example, one of the bigger ones is Clickbank.com. ClickBank is definitely one of the giants in the industry. There’s another network called Commission Junction, and another I’d recommend called Udemy.com. Another great choice for you is www.mobemarketplace.com—the marketplace I’m building now. It’s still in its very infant stages, so it’s a lot smaller than ClickBank of course, but hopefully one day it will be comparable. The first thing you need to do is pick a product on one of these affiliate networks. Scroll through them, and you’ll be able to pick products that relate to what your list is looking for. You never want to promote something to your audience if it’s not really congruent with what they’re looking for. Priority #2: Find Your Audience It’s also very important to figure out your audience. Ask yourself the following questions to match your...
Should My Marketing Address a General Audience or …

Should My Marketing Address a General Audience or …

  Here’s a question I get all the time, and it’s a very common misconception in our industry. “When you’re first starting out in this industry and want to send emails to a customer, who is the ideal customer? And should you take a laser-like approach, or be a lot more general and target everybody?” This is a good question, because I hear it all the time. The Most Common Misconception about Your Target Audience … One common technique the ‘gurus’ use in seminars is this concept that you need a perfect customer ‘avatar.’ Here’s this person that you’re going to be marketing to. And they tell the people in the seminar, they say, “Write out who your customer avatar is, and then all your marketing should be targeted just towards that person only.” But this is actually really bad advice, and I’ll tell you why … People in affiliate marketing can promote products, services, live events, or they can promote the actual affiliate program itself … First of all, yes you do want to target a specific segment of your niche—the market that you focus on. Ideally, it’s a market that you can personally relate to, because your voice will relate to your audience. But you don’t need to invest all your marketing on just one target, because you don’t want to limit yourself to a tiny little segment. For example, I have a friend named Tony, a tax financial specialist, and his story is actually quite funny … Tony is from London, and he happened to be the financial planner for two of my consultants who are...
Costa Rica update {photos inside}

Costa Rica update {photos inside}

  Hey, It’s been a long time since I sent you a live broadcast email—too long. Things have been crazy, but in a good way. I’ve been on the road the last 2 weeks. First stop was New York, and then to Las Vegas for the Super Charge Summit. From there I went down to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, where I stayed at the Sheraton Hacienda. This is one of my favorite resorts (easily a top 3), and the location of the very first Titanium Mastermind I ever did back in September, 2013. I wasn’t there for a holiday though; I was there to get design ideas for the new MOBE resort. After more than 18 months of searching and trying to put deals together, we finally got our first resort, and it’s in Costa Rica. Right now there’s 37 rooms, but plenty of room to add more on the 8 acres of beach front property. I’m here right now in fact, filming some videos to share with you. Expect to see them soon. One of them is a ‘before and after’ style video where I’ll show you the condition the resorts currently in (right now it wouldn’t qualify for One Star). Then in about 5 months, I’ll shoot the ‘after’ video where it will be transformed into a Five Star resort. I’m recording a lot of videos showing all of this on Snapchat—if you want to watch from your phone, just get Snapchat then add me as a contact. My username is ‘mattlloydmobe’ (send me a personal message too if you like, and I’ll reply) If you’re wondering why I bought a resort,...
How to avoid getting ripped off when buying Solo Ads (Training Video)

How to avoid getting ripped off when buying Solo Ads (Training Video)

Hey, I think you’re going to get a lot of value out today’s video lesson. It’s all about getting more traffic to your website. More specifically, about using solo ads to get more traffic. If you’ve ever tried using solo ads before, I’d be willing to bet money you’ve had some bad experiences. Some solo ad seller told you how great his list was… maybe even showed you some screenshots of previous clients backoffice stats, and how many sales they’d got. So you paid them a couple hundred bucks (or in some cases, a few thousand) and they sent out the email. You got lots of clicks.  Maybe even lots of leads. And now, weeks / months later, you still haven’t seen a penny come back from that solo ad investment. But not a single sale. I just got back from our Titanium Mastermind in Pattaya, Thailand (that’s what the photo is of), and I must have met at least 20 people there who’d bought solo ads and got poor results with them. The temptation is to blame the person who sold you the solo ad. And in some cases, you have a legitimate case to blame them. More often though, it’s the marketers’ follow up that is the problem.  It’s their skills at converting that need to be improved. And if you have got a list now yet haven’t been able to make sales, don’t despair.  That’s quite fixable, if you’re willing to make your emails more engaging, put together some irresistible offers, and engage the hyper responsive people 1-on-1 to close some sales. Here’s a video recording...