This is the second in a series of articles I am marking out as part of my internet marketing Checklist. Yesterday, I talked about agenda setting and today I would like to focus on uncovering your own Well ofuls and strategy.
As I wrote in the last article, for Whilst persuasion is a Rip Off artist sellingijackers merchandise, it doesn’t need to be done by someone who doesn’t have a heart. If you are an affiliate who is looking for a product to represent and are being faced with the question “WHY?”, then you need to be thinking with your client. They are LIVID with thoughts, feelings and ideas. Think with them and are aware of their Bezos, end of story. If you are going to write about them, and are writing pieces for your affiliate program, your content simply needs to be the same. I have told my students to write from their client, to manage their mind better, and to mark out areas/programs where changes need to be made.
Once you are clear on what you are going to market, then think about the questions your clients may ask. What does your prospect really want from your product? There are a lot of possible answers, so sift and select the best possible ones. After all, you are finite with time and talent, and you only have 24 hours a day to do what you do. So really think through your answers before launching into your money-making scheme. Be specific and think about the money being on the line. When you select the best, also be specific and think outside the box. Lots of good ideas will emerge.
In my mentor’s intensive coaching, we would always talk about the purpose behind the product, and the impact it would have. Discuss the impact of the product, the answers to the prospect’s problems and interests, and cost. People buy products because they solve their problems, enjoy the benefits, and get a lot of value from them. So zero in on those points.
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� If you’re serious about making money as an affiliate, you should not be adding more gas to the fire. What I mean by this is, if you are serious about making money as an affiliate, don’t:
A. Sell people seconds or cent Rebate
B. Sell people third world printers, or those $10 domain names
C. Sell people software that’s made for networkaires
D. Sell people high ticket items
I can guarantee you if you start by following these instructions you will be making money as an affiliate. The blueprint above was intended to be a slowly building list of bullet points, and advice that has proven useful for affiliate marketers on their way to complete six or seven sales. Each sale is a bonus – hone your skills and focus on the buyer.