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Affiliatedotcom affiliates - how much do they earn?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by agag2, Aug 27, 2010.

  1. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    Hi
    just curious of the course sells for 2,000 $ how much do affiliates earn ? It's alot of $$$...
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  2. slicer

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    Normally on a $2k sale affiliate makes $1k plus prizes & bonuses.
     
  3. me8626

    me8626 Registered Member

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    Please give me your opinion: do you think this product worth the $2,000 bucks?
     
  4. MaxWeber

    MaxWeber Regular Member

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    I recently read an interesting article about high priced ticket items, and for your convenience, I have included main parts of it below.

    Maybe it will help you.

    Good Luck


    If you?re trying to equate value of a product based on the stuff that we put into the products, you?re making a huge mistake.

    It?s not about the input we add to courses, workshops, and coaching programs.

    It?s all about the output ? the results ? that you get out of taking action on what you learn.
    Either
    a). Do nothing ? and the course is worthless.
    or
    b). Follow the steps, and focus to the end of your projects, and it will truly be priceless.

    instead of focusing on how much money your are spending,you should focus on how high a return on my investment you could make.

    I purchased other products and programs ranging from $10 ? $3000, and many of those proved NOT to be ?worth it?, because I didn?t actually use them. Who knows how many PLR and Master Resale Rights products I have on my computer that are ?worthless? to me because I didn?t put them to use.

    So when you?re staring down the Add To Cart button on a sales page, and your mind is wondering if the product is truly worth $1997, consider instead this important set of questions:

    (i). Are you ready to do what ever it takes to maximize your own return on the investment you?re going to make?
    (ii). Can you commit the focus you need to have to resist the other shiny objects that will fly your way?
    (iii). Are you willing to hold yourself to such a high standard that nothing will keep you from being successful?

    If so, then?
    What you?re really realizing is this:

    It?s not the product, event, or program that?s worth $1997?

    It?s really you ? your potential, your ideas, your products and services, your impact you can have on the world ? that are worth so much more than the price you see.

    Keep this in mind whenever you?re presented with big ticket programs, or even the smaller ones that actually tend to be the ?expensive? ones.
     
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  5. me8626

    me8626 Registered Member

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    I mean, I learn a lot of stuff about affiliate marketing here for free.

    On this community are several success guys who share their knowledge and experience with us for free, do you think Filsaime will teach something so spectacular that nobodies else know from here, WF or Digital point to worth the $2,000 bucks?
     
  6. jpmvc

    jpmvc Registered Member

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    varies case to case, but in your specific question, the answer is 45%