Now not needs 7 exposure to buy, some will on the first exposure.
But the point stands that not everyone will purchase the first time you recommend them a product.
So get involved with product launches as an affiliate, as not only does the buzz of the launch encourage more sales. I've came in the top 5 sellers when I first started as an affiliate in the online marketing niche with just 20 sales.
But on a mid level or smaller launch, even a handful of sales can land you in the top 10 on the affiliate contest. And I netted a few hundred dollars in bonus cash because of it. Usually only the top 3 sellers are the ones sending the HUGE volumes so don't be put off by thinking everyone else will out perform you.
If you only mail once or twice you won't make nearly as many sales as if you promote daily through a product launch period.
I typically mail 3 times on launch day, twice a day throughout the launch, then 3 times again on the final day.
And you will be amazed how little sales you need to make to hit the top 10 leader board and get some bonus cash (more on that below).
developed by the movie industry in the 1930 to increase movie sales.If you're anything like me when I first started doing affiliate promos I'd pick one angle and run with it through the whole campaign.Every email would basically say the same thing over and over again in a slightly different way or share the same results but with a different headline. No one wants to read the same thing time and time again.If you just send 1 or 2 emails it doesn't seem like you fully believe in the product.I talked about using To further back up this point...