How to become the next Superstar Affiliate?
When people start affiliate marketing, they likely have just one goal in mind: to become the next ‘superstar affiliate’ and to start selling products in the thousands of millions so that they can give up the day job and start travelling the world.
We hear these success stories all the time and we are constantly told it is possible. The problem is, that when most people try and emulate that success, they end up with a few paltry sales and a lot of time wasted and hopes dashed.
It does not have to be this way though. If you are smart about it, then there is no reason you can leapfrog the rest of the marketers and go straight to the top as a superstar affiliate!
The Tried and Tested Formula
The first tip for doing this is to emulate the people you want to be as successful as. Find someone who you genuinely believe is making a killing from affilate marketing and do your background checks by asking about them on Warrior Forum or just follow them around the web for a bit. Are they hanging out with other big names? Are they showing signs of being ‘in money’?
Once you are sure, you should then sign up to their mailing list, go on their site and generally become one of their prospective customers. Instead of buying from them thought, you are just going to learn from them. What product are they selling? How are they convincing their audience to buy?
When you start doing this though, you will of course be competing with all the other affiliate marketers who had the same idea (not to mention that initial superstars). The trick to succeeding is to do what they probably are not – by adding value. Could you give away a free e-book with your sales for instance?
Go Big or Go Home
The other thing to di is scale up. Want to guarantee success? Then sell 100 affiliate products – one of them is bound t become a hit! Likewise, make sure you are going big in terms of the amount of work you are doing, the amount of money you are puttin in and the amount of social media youa re doing. The simple rule is that if you want to make a full-time living from an online job, you need to treat it like your full time living. One hour a month is not enough!