15. Find other affiliate marketers in related niches and reach out for a partnership. I see this most often with food-based bloggers who use affiliate marketing and promote each other’s content. This is great for them because there’s an infinite variety of recipes and personal stories to go along with them. The more personalized and varied your niche, the better off you’ll be.

Now that we’ve successfully convinced you to invest more time into Facebook, priority number one is… not actually on Facebook! That’s because while the social network is a great lead generation tool as you search for affiliate partners to work with, you need a great affiliate landing page to actually convert your Facebook traffic into signing up. After all, none of the effort you put into gathering users will mean anything if you have no way of converting them.
No matter where you’re at with your business - whether you're a newbie or seasoned expert - it’s always beneficial to drive more traffic to your store. More traffic means more leads, more leads usually mean more conversions, and more conversions means more sales. The bottom line? Affiliate marketing done right can dramatically increase your sales and revenue.
About Youtuber Chris Mitty is an Affiliate Marketer and Technology Professional from the UK. He has sold a variety of products online, and works with some of the worlds largest organisations as a freelance consultant. Chris has studied and implemented a number of carefully thought out strategies, which has helped him build a successful affiliate marketing business off the back off Technology. He shares his advice on how to achieve the same level of success, if not better!

That being said, the odds of success at creating a popular Facebook Group from scratch are directly proportional to how much time and effort you put into social media in general. In our experience, trying to accomplish this is the most time-consuming endeavor a brand can take on any social platform. But for those of you determined to start one, here is an excellent guide just on this topic.

Getting accepted into a good affiliate program, such as Amazon Associates, requires you to have a website that is live. You cannot register for the Amazon affiliate program using your YouTube channel. You need to have your own website and the website needs to be informative and relevant to the products that you will promote. This is because a team from Amazon will check your website for eligibility for their affiliate program. Unless you have a good website set up, you shouldn’t apply for their affiliate program, since most of the time your application will be rejected.


Like titles, one of the first images we see for your videos are thumbnails. Creating a good thumbnail is a delicate skill- you want to try and make the thumbnail stand out from the crowd but you don't want it to appear amateurish. Different niches have different standards for thumbnails. Gaming thumbnails will usually be very bright, big bubbly text and attempt to give off an "awe" factor. But informational videos will usually have simple thumbnails with elegant text so that they appear professional.
4. Post an affiliate link in Facebook groups you’re a part of. Some Facebook groups will be excellent places to share your links. Others will delete your posts and/or remove you from the group for advertising. Make sure you know the rules of the group before you post your link, to avoid such issues. If necessary, share links to your site instead of your affiliate links themselves.
I try to personally just err on the side of being as transparent as possible about my relationship with the brand. So if they gave me a free product, and I’m not getting compensated for it, I’ll just say that. If it’s an affiliate relationship, like they have no idea who I am, that I’m even talking about it, but I do get a small percentage of the sale, thank you. I just try personally just to be– because trust is the main thing, like currency with your viewers that is most important. And anything that could kind of potentially violate that, personally I’m just like, I want to be completely up front with you guys about everything, whatever’s going on, so there’s no questions. And you guys can always feel like you can trust what I’m saying.
Hi Kate, on Pinterest, you can add the affiliate URL when you create the new pin on your account. If you already have the pin made and want to add the affiliate link, you can just “edit” the pin and change the URL. Hope that makes sense. In the book, Elise has a step by step tutorial with photos on how to add the URL to Pinterest in case you need more help.
Target's affiliate program is fairly new to the market, and only features up to 8% commission, which turns some people away but considering targets huge range of products and itst popularity as a store, it's worthwhile signing up to their affiliate program, especially if you're planning any "Target Haul" videos in the future. One of the main appeals of the target affiliate programs is it's ability to track your links. While Amazon seems to do a poor job tracking the clicks and purchases from the links you insert, Target does a great job of keeping tabs on your links for a full week, meaning that you're much more likely to earn commission for your links. They also offer some creative advertising options such as banners and widgets for creators to use in conjunction with their affiliate links.

As I’ve told you before, the key is to get the highest quantity of followers spending just a few bucks, and make them targeted and relevant to your niche. So if you’re promoting a niche fanpage about making money online, you should target people from premium countries that are interested in making business and money in a short time. I would target people from the age of 22 and up to 35, because before 22 they’re probably students and have no money or credit cards to spend, and 35 because sometimes “old” people just don’t trust any kind of making money online method or they’re just too busy around taking care of their family to watch our ads, if they ever  use Facebook.
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Maybe you can give it a try for those interests (if you have a free minute) to see, what’s possible; relaxation, relaxing, yoga, handpan. US/UK/Germany. To get a basic idea of the costs, I use the “boost this page” option on my fanpage. There I can see, how many clicks I wud get for 5/10/20 bucks and so on. Works pretty fine until now and correlates with the results I’ve got from the campains I recently ran, based on these “tests” in the boost-applet. But I cant get any good tuning for my ads for the 3 areas I mentioned above. Thats why I say, I think you do some kinda magic 😉
Depending on what you want to achieve from the ad, choose a goal from Awareness, Consideration or Conversion. For instance, if you want to increase your page likes, Engagement should be your choice. On the other hand, if your goal is to direct people to your Squeeze page for collecting opt-in email addresses, Conversion would be a more suitable choice.
Once you’ve identified them, messaging them via Facebook Messenger can be hit or miss unless you establish a “like-like” mutual friendship on Facebook. If the influencer you want to work with “likes” your business page, the odds go way up of them actually reading your Direct Message (DM), if only because your message won’t be flagged as unwanted spam by Facebook’s filters.
I really want to start to promote my clickbank offers with fb ads but using posts that are unpublished (dark posts). I’m thinking about adding a nice hot chick and a good description and a nice call to action as well and include a link that’ll direct them to an opt in form basically saying (would you like learn how to make 100-500 a day (even with out a website)) – yes I’ll add the glitter too and whole 9 yards to make it pop- then after they opt in it would redirect them to the sales page or product I’m promoting so that way I can’t get more subscribers and have them in my list and still get the bonus of making some money. So 2 birds one stone here. But I notice you ran spit test with the landing pages and the one without the opt in was better in converting. Would that mean that people just don’t like giving their info even after a really good offer on the ad? Looking forward to hear from you soon.
You’ll need a few things though. Since you’re now promoting a direct link to your website, you want to get the most out of it because you won’t get new fans using this method. So either you create something to make them follow you to a twitter/Facebook/whatever account, or you turn them into email subscribers. So that’s what we’re doing here. Building a list for a selected niche.
If you're interested in signing up, you can do so here.  I'll take this entry to review Walmart's program as I think this could be really helpful for many of with affiliate sites looking for a broad range of products to promote. Walmart is a great alternative to Amazon Associates, because they not only offer a similar (thought not as large) range of products, and are really trying to compete with Amazon in the online space.
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