Tuesday, February 11, 2020

8 Creative Ways To Promote Affiliate Products

Just because a product is an affiliate product doesn't mean that you can't promote it in a creative way. You don't have to only promote it using their marketing collateral.
You can add your own freebies, checklists, updates, and more to the product to make it even more useful to your audience. Let's look at some creative and effective ways to promote affiliate products.
1. Create a How-To Tutorial Upgrade
If you create a tutorial for the product and offer the tutorial to anyone who buys the product from your link, you can incentivize them to buy it. The tutorial will help people who are on the fence but worried they may not be able to use the product. Alternatively, you can give the tutorial away free before purchase as a lead magnet.
2. Write Interesting Reviews
Writing reviews is always a good way to promote an affiliate product. People can read what you said about the product and then choose to buy it or not via your affiliate link. The interesting thing about reviews is that you're going to make more sales the more honest you are - even if you don't like the product.
3. Create a Round-Up of Products
If you know about five to ten products of which you're an affiliate (or at least you're an affiliate of some of them) that all do similar things, create a post listing all of them and talking about all of them. This works great in a chart that includes the price and a link to the product.
4. Link to Products within Your Content
Even if your post is about something else, as long as you mention a product or subject in passing, it's a good place to link directly to other reviews you've created or other information that helps promote that product.
5. Host a Webinar
Webinars are good ways to promote affiliate products. You don't have to be the creator of the product to sell it practically as if you own it.
6. Create a Resource Page
On your site, you should have a page that's either "resources I use" or "tools I use" or something else that works for your audience. List out everything you use in the right category, linking with affiliate links for those things that have them.
7. Create a Case Study
People love stories about other people. Creating a case study about someone who was successful with that product is a wonderful way to introduce your audience to it. They'll love seeing someone else who has been successful. This person doesn't have to be someone who purchased the product from you.
8. Get a Higher Discount
Ask the product creator to give you a discount code. While this will cut into your commission, because the product is digital it's not really going to make that big of a difference. However, it will make the audience more interested to buy from you because you have the discount.
Companies are happy to pay commissions to people just like you, in return for selling their products and services. You have the potential to make a great income when you choose the right niche, stay committed, and understand your audience. For a no-nonsense, kick-start guide to getting started, download my free checklist, Affiliate Marketing For Beginners at https://jonallo.com/affiliatechecklist

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