Associate Programs Newsletter #411
Jay Stockwell here. I hope you're having a great start to the week. I realize Mondays can be pretty busy, so I'll keep this short.
I just wanted to quickly keep you in the loop about a few interesting things that have been going on in the last week.
FREE 89 page guide on CPA marketing
If you want a “hot off the press” guide showing you how to do CPA affiliate marketing well, check out this 89 page resource.
It's completely FREE.
It has been put together by a guy called Gauher Chaudhry. Someone who I consider to be one of the godfathers of this style of affiliate marketing.
This guide is essentially a condensed version of his home study course that from memory sold for around $700.
Gauher is definitely one of the more genuine marketers around, and I think you'll enjoy his style.
You will need to give up an email address to access it, however, it's worth it.
Not just for the guide itself, but also for the way he has set up a mechanism for viral transmission of the guide.
I reckon it's very clever. See how you could apply a similar system for your own marketing efforts while you get your copy.
Check it out here:
Finding profitable affiliate programs
Last week I wrote a couple of blog posts that have received lots of attention. One of them has had over 145 comments.
In the posts, I demonstrate how to find affiliate programs that people are promoting directly via pay per click.
Basically, they are making more in affiliate commissions than it costs to buy the traffic.
The products they are promoting, the ads they are using and the keywords they are buying traffic on are all revealed by the system I am testing out.
The original case study post that finds ClickBank products can be found here:
The updated post that demonstrates how to find CPA offers can be found here:
The GCD system I'm using to find this information is closing to new members within the next 12 hours. So check it out to see if you can use it to grow your affiliate business while it's still available.[UPDATE: GCD 2 sold out.]
Thought for today: Learn faster
“The only sustainable competitive advantage is the ability to learn faster than the competition.” – Arie de Geus, Dutch writer, author of “The Living Company”.
All the best