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Simple question about Affiliate Program!

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by KevinZaki, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. KevinZaki

    KevinZaki Junior Member

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    How much do people look to make on per sale basis for a product in the weight loss/muscle gross niche. Their are competitors for this specific product but the price would be $37.00 shipped throughout the united states which is $13.00 less then most others and is made in the USA unlike most others.

    I wanted to start an affiliate program where people would get paid about $9.00 per sale. What do you think about that? Is that a lot of money or a little bit, or is it just right?
     
  2. .:mAestro:.

    .:mAestro:. Regular Member

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    It's hard to understand this 'simple question'. At least for me.
    What kind of product you want sell?
     
  3. dreballer

    dreballer Newbie

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    $9 per sale is decent if the product has a great conversion rate. Since your product will be advertised as cheaper than your competitor it can be a selling point. I think the best way to separate yourself from your competitor(s) and gain affiliate interest is to show some proof that your offer converts great and then the amount you pay out will be less of an issue. You can have a payout of 50% of the $37 but if conversion is poor it wouldn't matter as the affiliate isn't making any sales.

    While, if you have a high converting offer and paying $9, the affiliate can make the kind of money they'll want based on volume.
     
  4. zenoGlitch

    zenoGlitch Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It's more about EPC's rather than $ per conversion. If you can show affiliates higher EPC's then it doesn't matter if they get $10 or $100 per sale. Doing things like converting affiliates leads for them via email, re-targeting visitors, professional sales videos, better sales copy etc can all increase EPC's for affiliates and keep them promoting your product rather than the competitions.