Get Ripped Off By Affiliate Program Marketers
Don't Get Ripped Off By Affiliate Program Marketers
The "Internet Revolution" is here!
One of the best ways to take advantage of it is to become an affiliate
and promote other people's products.
When you think about it affiliate programs are nothing more than
You promote someone else's product and they give you a cut of the
It's good for you. Good for them.
And good for consumers.
The problem is that so many people present themselves as marketing
"gurus" it's hard to determine the best strategy for making
money with affiliate programs.
Here are a few helpful tips...
1.Choose products that are selling.
While this does not guarantee the product is the best on the market
it's a good indication of a product that is making money. Because
the biggest mistake you can make is become an affiliate of a product
that does not sell.
Research products you're interested in by doing a Google search
and see how many other people are searching for this specific product
Search results of 30,000 or higher per keyword indicate a lot of
interest from consumers.
2. Read the website sales letter for the product you want
to become an affiliate of.
If the website letter does not make you want to buy the product...
then... it will probably not make other people want to buy either.
Sales copy is critical in getting the maximum people to buy. Lame
copy won't work. Make sure the copy selling the product is compelling
and gets you thinking about buying. If it's really bad move on.
3. Check Clickbank.
Okay, Clickbank is an affiliate network.
A high rank on Clickbank means the product you want to be an affiliate
of is doing well.
Of course, this does not mean that if a product is not listed on
Clickbank that you shouldn't promote it. I'm just saying that hot-selling
Clickbank products tend to be cash-cows.
Not always. But a lot of the time.
Bottom line: Choose products that are already selling... are promoted
with good compelling website copy... and... are part of the Clickbank
Otherwise, you could end up getting ripped off by affiliate program
By spending your money promoting products that won't make you a
About the Author
John Anghelache is
a direct response copywriter and marketer. Find out the truth about
affiliate programs and online money-making opportunities by going