In the 20 or so years of being online and looking into every marketing method you could think of, I remained firm in my belief that Affiliate Marketing
is not only the easiest form of marketing for anyone to begin with but also a must have tool in the arsenal of all marketers.
Affiliate marketing is, in my view, the purest form of marketing. People involved with affiliate marketing focus solely on marketing activities and not on any of the activities you would need when creating your own product or selling physicals products.
Over time it became apparent – there is a simple, straight forward, recipe for success with affiliate marketing. And it goes like this:
- Drive traffic (visitors) to your pages and capture their details by offering them something they want
- Send your visitors to an offer that earn you commission
- Follow up with your subscribers and add value
- Track everything!
Sounds simple, right?
Well, sometimes what sounds simple can be difficult when you actually try to do it:
- How do I drive traffic?
- How do I create my pages?
- What do I put on those pages?
- How do I capture their details?
- How do I send them messages?
- What do I say in those messages?
- And so on…
There are many tools and systems that can help you do all that. Maybe you even tried some of them. How did that work out for you?
Having the tools and systems may solve the technical aspect of the tasks you need to perform (even though some may be so confusing they actually hinder you and not help) but that is not enough. You also need the proper guidance. You need someone who know all this to show you the exact steps you need to take.
A long time friend of mine, who is also a very successful marketer on his own right, just launched a new version to his system that was already ahead of the pack, doing all that for you. This is so new he asked me if I could help him by inviting people to test it out, for just $7.
Does that sound like something you would like to do?
Go ahead, click HERE
and test out the new Quick Funnels
system for free!
Then, let me know what you think of it…