In this eye-opening presentation, Jay Baer reveals brand-new, proprietary research into why and where your customers complain.
Most companies understand the need for affiliate marketing programs — leveraging others’ audiences and influence to promote a business.
How do you strike that perfectly in-tune social chord and get your fans to sing along? Hit the right notes by identifying and sticking
This is part four of my multipart Affiliate Marketing 101 series. Part one explained the different types of affiliate websites you can choose to support your online affiliate business and how to set up those websites; part two elaborated on how to set up the foundation for displaying your site on search engine result pages (SERPs); and part three discussed how to handle traffic once it arrives at your site.
It's been often said that opening up a business is easy; keeping it from failing is the hard part. That's not to say that real work isn't involved in starting a business, even an online one. Before the doors of your business even open, a lot of time, effort and money has already been invested in making sure things can go smoothly. But now that you've gone through all the necessary steps to establish your online presence (i.e., your affiliate website), the hard work of building your business begins — driving traffic to your site, achieving and maintaining your search engine rankings, and, ultimately, making money. The steps to achieving that return on investment on all your preparations, however, suddenly become very unclear.
There are lots of myths out there surrounding affiliate marketing, and these can frequently cause brands/businesses to pass on these kinds of programs. It's important you understand some of these myths so you can make the correct decisions for the future growth of your business. Whether you're the brand manager at a Fortune 100 brand or the marketing director/everything else at a startup, setting up a solid affiliate program can open a revenue avenue without much of the hassle usually associated with setting up new marketing initiatives.
Running your own affiliate program can be a viable business model and helpful to a number of other online businesses, publishers and advertisers. However, it can be a difficult, time-consuming undertaking that you must prepare for extensively. If you're thinking about starting your own affiliate program, be sure to consider these five tips:
We've spent a lot of time focusing on content marketing and various types of digital strategies in the past month, but it's time to turn our attention back to affiliate marketing. While affiliate marketing has started to calm down a bit, it's still an extremely profitable way to make money online and that's why we're revisiting it. Whether you're an industry veteran or a bright-eyed novice, these three simple tips can help you increase your affiliate sales in no time and lead you down the path to becoming a super affiliate.
The headline may sound a bit weird right now, but stay with me. Things will get more clear. So I just got back from the "Amazing Spider-Man 2″ movie premiere and I thought this would be an excellent time to talk about one killer marketing strategy that "The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ used. So what about Spider-Man? How the hell on earth can he increase your affiliate sales and conversions? Well, not the actual Spider-Man, even though he probably could, as he's a superhero after all. But in all seriousness, I'm talking about the movie pre-launch promotion process.