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E-Junkie Affiliate System - 9 Sales in One Day!

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by cjmo75, Sep 12, 2010.

  1. cjmo75

    cjmo75 BANNED BANNED

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    I just wanted to lay out the system I've been using with E-HJunkie and Aweber to make some good money.

    For those who aren't familiar with E-Junkie, it's sort of like Clickbank without all the bells and whistles.

    I bought the $15 per month package a month ago (40 products), and I hadn't used it.

    About two weeks ago I joined a great MRR membership site and so I decided to take 20 of the best products and set up the sales pages and set them up on E-Junkie to see how many affiliates I could get.

    A day later, the affiliates started to come in. As of yesterday (exactly two weeks later), I have 130 affiliates signed up to promote my products.

    Not bad. Now, here's where the list building comes in.

    The great thing about E-Junkie is that when they sign up to be your affiliate, you get a list of them from E-Junkie and it includes their email addresses.

    I set up a list in Aweber for my E-Junkie affiliates and as they cam in, I manually submitted them to Aweber.

    Over the course of two weeks, I submitted them all (you can manually submit up to 10 per day without doing an upload and having Aweber have to review it).

    Out of the 130, 57 have opted in so far.

    So now I have a list of 57 affiliates promoting my products.

    I set up an autoresponder series, and every 2 days they get an email talking about one of the products and a download link so they can actually have the product.

    These are all MRR products, so it's not a big issue giving them to my affiliates.

    My thinking is that it will encourage them to promote.

    I realize that most vendors don't do this, but I'm trying to think outside the box. If anything, it may educate them about the product so they can promote it more convincingly.

    Well, today I saw my first results.

    One of the products I promote is a set of 10 of those ready made squeeze page/report combos and I have it priced at $37 with affiliates getting 60%.

    Evidently, one of my affiliates has a good sized list (or a really busy blog or website) and did a broadcast today because as of right now I have sold 9 of them.

    He gets $22.20, and I get $14.80.

    So I've made a profit of $133.30 today from this method!

    I really like E-Junkie. It's much smaller than Clickbank, but that is working in my favor because there are a lot less products for internet marketing niche affiliates to pick from, and so I've got quite a few affiliates already.

    It's slowed down now, but the last few days I've still been getting 4 or 5 new affiliates. The first few days I was getting 10-20 per day.

    The point is that you don't need Clickbank to get good affiliates and that all you need is 3 or 4 really good affiliates to make some good cake.

    Any thoughts or suggestions?
     
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  2. xyberk

    xyberk Junior Member

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    Very interesting method. Are those MRR products that sell well on IM niche?
     
  3. mike330

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    OP, are you with RRW?
     
  4. cjmo75

    cjmo75 BANNED BANNED

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    No, I belong to Niche Membership Pro. It's $27 per month but new products come out every day on there. I like it very much. These are all MRR products that are in IM niche like traffic, list building, blogging, templates, article marketing, etc.
     
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  5. niche1

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    Great job....keep going!
     
  6. imserious

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    Congrats on your success. I have been reading your other posts and your threads are motivational and you are hell bent on succeeding in this field.

    Do you create a separate website for your products. or do you sell difference products on the same site on different pages. i do plan to do the same but in a different niche.
     
  7. cjmo75

    cjmo75 BANNED BANNED

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    I put them all on the same domain. I have a WP blog with sales page template on the main domain and then I set up all the other products with the sales pages they come with on the same domain in a new foolder. I usually use the initials of the product to keep the domain nice and short.

    I have 3 domains that I use. 1 is traffic stuff, 1 is im stuff, and 1 is just blogging stuff. I have WP set up on the main domains of all three. I put all of my download pages on the WP blog with Digital Product Demon which allows me to set a time and access limit on the links. For example, I can allow the download link to be good for say 72 hours or 5 tries.

    I also have an OTO plug in on the blog so that I can make back end offers on some of the products.
     
  8. mike330

    mike330 Regular Member

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    Thanks. I'll check out NMP. I noticed that most of the PLR/MMR membership sites offer the same products? Guess they do not create the product themselves.
     
  9. orangeblossoms

    orangeblossoms Regular Member

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    Cool share, thanks for being so detailed in how you've made your monies :D

    Just a question about:

    If you're giving away the MRR products to your list, how exactly does that encourage them to promote it? Don't MRR products automatically come with a license to pass them onto others?

    So if your list gets these products, don't they also get the MRR, and can either give them away or sell them on their own?
     
  10. cjmo75

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    Sure, they could do that, but you have to understand that there is a reason that they have signed up to be affiliates.

    These are people who make their money by promoting other peoples products. And when I give them the product, it's only the actual product and not the reseller materials.

    Besides, my aim is to get 8-10 real good affiliates with large lists and I should be doing alright.
     
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  11. orangeblossoms

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    Ah gotcha, not the reseller materials. Makes sense.

    I've always been a little confused with MRR. Is the whole purpose of MRR to sell it to other IM'ers, who then sell them to other IM'ers?

    I have some non-IM MRR stuff and the first page usually talks about the resell rights. They say you can give these away but a lot of them are so shitty they're not worth giving away, plus you cannot edit them like PLR.

    It makes me think the only value is in selling to other marketers, rather than passing it onto actual customers/subscribers.
     
  12. bizzle

    bizzle Newbie

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    I hope you dont get killed on refunds man. The IM niche is hard to get going because of all the serial refunders.
     
  13. cjmo75

    cjmo75 BANNED BANNED

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    Remember, there are thousands ans thousands of cusomers. I've had no problems reselling MRR products exactly as they are. I've had even better luck reworking PLR and just setting up a news sales page and e-covers, etc.

    As for refunds, E-Junkie logs the IP's of the buyer and the downloader and the times.

    I've beaten 90% of all disputes so far. I even beat a chargeback last week.