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AFFILIATE MARKETING GURU’S BUSINESS COURSE

5,000.00

WHAT DO YOU LOOK FOR IN HIGH PAYING AFFILIATE PROGRAMS?

The first two things to look for are commission rates and average order value (AOV). Remember, high rates x high average order value = more affiliate revenue. Next, look at the cookie duration and potential earnings per click (EPC).

Here are four things to look for in the best high paying programs:

  1. COMMISSION RATE.

The percentage of a sale that’s funded by an advertiser to an affiliate for referring a new customer. This percentage can range from the low single digits up to 50% or higher.

  1. AVERAGE ORDER VALUE (AOV).

The average dollar amount spent every time a customer completes an order. To calculate AOV, divide your total revenue by the number of orders.

  1. EARNINGS PER CLICK (EPC).

The income an affiliate earns for each click to an advertiser’s website from an affiliate link. This definition is a little misleading as the true definition of EPC calculates the amount per 100 clicks.

  1. COOKIE DURATION.

A cookie is a value stored on an end user’s computer and is used to track affiliate sales. The duration is the length of time the cookie stays on the computer after clicking an affiliate link. For example, with a 30-day cookie duration, this means that if a user clicks an affiliate link and makes a purchase within 30 days, the affiliate receives credit for the sale.

There’s no point in making a 5% commission on a $10 pair of socks. That’s only $0.50.

Alternatively, it would be much better to earn an 8% commission on a $1,200 treadmill and make $96. Since your affiliate website can only generate so much traffic every month, you should promote affiliate products that provide an EPC.

Finally, the last metric to look for is a lengthy cookie duration. Standard cookie durations are typically 30 days. You can find programs as low as seven days and as high as 90+ days. Longer cookie durations are a standard feature of programs I recommend.

Remember, you want high payouts, high AOV, and long cookie durations.

 

The Pros and Cons of Affiliate Marketing

For those who are still skeptical on affiliate marketing whether it’s still significant and in demand or not, the answer is yes.

It has gone through a lot of changes the past few years, and it has gone through ups and downs. Some methods and some websites are now obsolete, consumed by time. Essentially, it has evolved. It will continue to evolve and it will continue to be significant. It has proven itself to be a big part of online marketing’s advancement.

Let’s address those doubts that a newbie might still have for affiliate business here. Affiliate marketing is proven to be beneficial for all sides of all transactions. Here are the pros and cons, for your consideration.

Pros

For The Product Vendor

If you look at affiliate marketing from the product vendor’s point of view, you’d see that affiliate marketing is one fine deal. A vendor doesn’t have to pay any fees upfront for the affiliates to start promoting their product and also, the affiliates are paid based on their performance.

So, a vendor doesn’t have to worry about loss investment because if the affiliate doesn’t perform, the vendor doesn’t have to pay. As mentioned, the affiliate business is commission-based.

And for little risk and almost no expenditure, the affiliates are sent out to promote the product. They work very hard at it, too, for their own benefits.

 

This book will teach you how to achieve success. It will explore comprehensively on techniques that you can add to your marketing arsenal. You will be exposed to new perspectives of this business and you will learn what others had taken years and bad experiences have learned.

Anyone can be an affiliate. All you need is just a computer with a decent Internet connection, a little bit of knowledge on IT, and you’re good to go. But, of course, you’d want to take this to the next level with this course.

What Are Affiliate Programs?

An affiliate is quite similar to an online sales agent. The duty of an affiliate is to promote and sell products from vendors. Affiliates get paid in commissions from each of the sale made. It’s a low-cost business that could bring big profit when done the right way.

One of the many wonders of the Internet business is that it allows everyone to have the same opportunity to succeed. Affiliate marketing is one of those businesses. What sets a successful online entrepreneur apart from the rest is creativity and skills.

This book will teach you how to achieve success. It will explore comprehensively on techniques that you can add to your marketing arsenal. You will be exposed to new perspectives of this business and you will learn what others had taken years and bad experiences have learned.

Anyone can be an affiliate. All you need is just a computer with a decent Internet connection, a little bit of knowledge on IT, and you’re good to go. But, of course, you’d want to take this to the next level with this course.

  1. A shopper/reader clicks on a product link on your website.
  2. They land on the merchant’s website.
  3. He/she purchases the product.
  4. You earn a portion of that sale.

You must be thinking: “How do companies know if the sale is coming from my link or from someone else’s link?

The answer:

From A tracking link (a.k.a affiliate link)

Don’t get confused with the jargon just yet. ” Tracking Link” is pretty simple.

What is a Tracking Link?

A tracking link is a unique link given to only you by the affiliate company or the product company. This unique tracking link is used to keep track of all the traffic you are sending (and sales you are making) via your website or other promotion channel.

A tracking link is like any other URL, but contains a unique string/parameter for your profile. When you join an affiliate program, you will get your tracking link from the affiliate dashboard.

Here are some examples of such tracking links:

https://www.getresponse.com/?a=JRJkQeGFvv

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