16 Jan 13 5:35 am
How do you approach affiliates and get them to promote your
I have a product in a really unique, but untapped niche of how to make friends, overcome shyness, and build and improve relationships (independent of dating, romance, etc.).
The marketing is very strong and converts extremely well (every inch of my marketing formula is carefully designed), and my programs have an extremely low refund rate (and get a ton of great reviews from users).
I've got a system to follow up an initial eBook for $44 with a $229 audio program, and recurring $150 personal one-on-one coaching; so every visitor is converted (and helped) as much as possible... and I give 50% of any revenues to my affiliates.
The problem is finding affiliates to promote my product.
What I do is I'll write them an email, tell them about my products/niche a little bit, how it would benefit them and there customers, how the profit potential is excellent, and give them a link to my affiliate page to see if they're interested.
What happens most of them don't even bother replying, but no matter how hard I try, I can't figure out for the life of me what I'm doing wrong or missing.
My marketing (and programs) are extremely well researched, targeted, and focused to the major universal problems people in my niche are looking to solve, but aren't finding answers to, so the information and materials are extremely relevant and useful to my visitors... the problem is building relationships to bring in more visitors.
Customers have told me how they love my programs, how great they are, and how much my work has changed their lives, and as far as I know my marketing is extremely well executed and solid, and I offer a lucrative affiliate opportunity (lots of money for every single potential visitor sent), yet somehow I can't get affiliates interested in promoting my program, and I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong, or what my approach is missing.
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