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Best way to recruit affiliates ?

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Best way to recruit affiliates ?


Looking for some good recommendations for the best way to recruit some new affiliates?

Any suggestions would be great!

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You can check out these useful resources:

http://heronacademy.com/lab/merchant-ma ... uct-part-1

http://heronacademy.com/lab/merchant-ma ... uct-part-2

https://charlesngo.com/find-affiliates- ... r-product/
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Try to search for Opinion Leaders in your sphere - the most popular bloggers, for example, and then communicate with them. While just starting your business, it is very important to cooperate with someone who`s name is valuable in he sphere. The approach to communication is very specific thing and depends on usual business practice in your niche.
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Hye You can use social media to find affiliates. In my opinion, these forums are the best place to find the affiliates. If your affiliate network is attractive enough, affiliates will contact you by themselves..
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hendrickstefan wrote:Hi,

Looking for some good recommendations for the best way to recruit some new affiliates?

Maybe opening a thread in this forum section, present your product and your offer to the potential affiliates?
Or did I miss something?

By the way, look at this article suggested by maryt
Using Intermediaries To Promote Your Product – Part 2
http://heronacademy.com/lab/merchant-ma ... uct-part-2

... ok, just read maryt's other one... interesting stuff too, particularly about differentiating between good and bad affiliates
Affiliate marketing is a “95/5” industry.
If you took a list of all the affiliates who sign up for an affiliate network, and then order their revenue highest to lowest, you’d see something interesting.
The top 5% of affiliates will almost always drive 95% of the revenue.
This means that most affiliates who sign up to promote your offer won’t make money for you.

https://charlesngo.com/find-affiliates- ... r-product/
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