Worried about falling ad RPMs? Dropping page views? Amazon slicing their affiliate fees to 1-3%?
Do you wish you could make more money for the pageviews and followers you do have?
Then you need to start taking your affiliate marketing strategy seriously, and start thinking outside of the Amazon Associates program.
Over this course, Katie and Katelyn will walk you through the exact steps you need to take in order to boost your revenue from affiliates outside of Amazon. You’ll learn how to earn more from your blog, social profiles, and email channels, and we’ll help you find appropriate affiliate programs in your niche!
In this intensive affiliate course, designed more for intermediate to advanced affiliate marketers, Katie and Katelyn will walk you through what options are out there besides the Amazon Associates program for bloggers in every niche. You will learn where to apply and how to use these other various affiliate networks and referral programs, how to grab links, how to legally share these links with proper disclosures, and more.
But, that’s only the beginning.
In this challenge, you will also improve your affiliate marketing strategy as you learn how to optimize your website, individual posts, social shares, and emails for affiliate marketing. We will teach you smart affiliate program organization so you don’t forget who you affiliate with and where to grab links. You will learn how to easily add in promo codes for affiliates on your site and swap out links, and more.
This course is jammed packed with information and actionable steps for you to take to start implementing right away, as we give out daily implementation assignments.
To better facilitate your affiliate marketing, we also created an amazing yet affordable Google Sheets product for you which you can purchase here to complement this course and what you learn.
If you still want additional, individualized feedback, consider signing up for our Affiliate Optimizations for Blog Posts.
Section 1: Building the Foundation
- What is Affiliate Marketing?
- Is Affiliate Marketing Right for You?
- Affiliate Marketing Terminology
- Legal Considerations & Disclosures
- Affiliate Marketing Linking Basics
Section 2: Affiliate Marketing Programs
- Types of Affiliate Programs
- Finding & Evaluating Affiliate Partners
- Popular Affiliate Networks
- Amazon Associates Program
- Niche Affiliate Program Ideas (Outside of Amazon)
Section 3: Optimizing Affiliate Marketing Efforts
- Organizing Your Affiliate Marketing
- Website Improvements for Affiliate Marketing
- Best Posts to Write for Affiliate Marketing
- Editing Individual Blog Posts for More Affiliate Sales
- Affiliate Marketing Through Facebook
- Affiliate Marketing Through Instagram
- Affiliate Marketing Through Youtube and Video
- Affiliate Marketing Through Email
Section 4: Bonuses
- Additional Ways to Collaborate with Your Affiliate Partners
- Video: Overview of Affiliate Marketing
What You Can Achieve
It is our hope that you will easily recoup the costs of this course shortly after taking and implementing the things taught in this course. There are many amazing ways to earn money through affiliate marketing outside of Amazon in just about every niche, and many have much higher conversion rates and payouts.
Of course, we cannot control the amount or type of traffic you receive, affiliate programs staying open, your social followings, or email subscriber number, all things that matter when trying to make more sales. So, we cannot guarantee this course will earn your money back in a certain amount of time, which is why these strategies are for long-term success.
Keep implementing and making changes to existing and future posts and you should see more commissions coming your way over time, especially as you also work to increase pageviews, followers, and subscribers.
About Your Instructors
Your instructors are Katie Clark of ClarksCondensed.com and Katelyn Fagan of WhatsUpFagans.com. We have been blogging professionally for over 6 years, and earning full-time income for most of those 6 years.
Katie and Katelyn both earn more money from affiliate partners outside of Amazon than they do from Amazon. Affiliate sales make up about 25% of Katie’s overall blog income and 30% of Katelyn’s overall blog income. Their affiliate earnings are directly related to their blog content and normal audiences too, and not from affiliate earnings from blogging-related products or services.
We both love affiliate marketing and have helped many individuals improve their affiliate marketing strategy many, many times over the years. We love sharing our knowledge with others (usually for free too) and love helping bloggers make more money from the traffic they already receive, which is what smart affiliate marketing is all about.
Be sure to sign up for this challenge today! You will have lifetime access to this course and any and all updates made to it.
We also offer an affiliate program for this course, and you can sign up here.