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Developing Affiliate Product For Freelance Designers To Capture Leads

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by myhomestartup, Jun 7, 2012.

  1. myhomestartup

    myhomestartup Regular Member

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    I had been a freelance designer for 5 years and am no longer in the field.

    I had a method that allowed me to sit at my computer and be notified of tons of potential leads and all I had to do was act on them.
    It was how I captured every client before my business went 100% on referrals.

    Now that I don't use it anymore, I am working to package it up into a video training and sell it through an affiliate program.

    Thinking about using clickbank, but to be honest, I afraid that it will go sale-less due to there being no gravity to it.
    (I don't have to list to send it out to)

    Any thoughts or suggestions?
    Happy to provide more info via skype: myhomestartup
     
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  2. hathat

    hathat Newbie

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    Could just do your own advertising. Have them buy it right off your landing page. Do a large campaign also depending on the size of your list. I heard good things about facebook apps too. I just use google alerts to alert me to potential clients for my products.
     
  3. myhomestartup

    myhomestartup Regular Member

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    I'm sorry, I had a type in my first post. Fixed it now, but I meant to say:
    "I *don't have a list to send it out to"

    Sorry for the confusion
     
  4. BlackIrish

    BlackIrish Junior Member

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    Yeah, you can pass on CB, is if you don't have some partner already preparing to promote your product, or a list, you'll hover around 0 or so gravity (even if you manage to make plenty of your own sales). In that scenario, most of the affiliates that will promote your product, will just earn a commission on your own traffic, because they'll be writing reviews all over the net :D

    Anyway the product sounds like a great idea. I'm sure making a nice website and promoting it on marketing/freelancing forums will yield you some nice monthly revenue.