Book mail and a book haul! Thank you very much @berkleypub for sending me a free copy of Vox to review! Gonna be reading this dystopian read this month! 🙌 . Hunger by Roxane Gay has been on my radar FOREVER so I was thrilled when @willoughbybooks chose it as my last subscription book! I’m very sad that my two year subscription has ran out but I’ll be resubscribing when I get a full time job 😍 and if you want to subscribe in the mean time, use the link in my bio to save 10%! #affiliate . The other three are charity shop finds from my outing this morning! I can’t resist picking up Toni Morrisons now and the other two just caught my eye. Idaho is described as a raw family drama and The L-Shaped Room is the account of a pregnant single girl in 1950s London! . I would love to hear your thoughts if you’ve read any of these! ☺️ . . . . . . . . . . . #voxbook #christinadalcher #hunger #roxanegay #tonimorrison #bookhaul #bibliophile #bookstagram #reading #igreads #bookworm #booknerd #booklover #booklove #lovebooks #bookish #bookaddict #read #fiction #secondhandbooks
Understanding the effectiveness of your affiliate program is crucial for sustainable success. Identifying your top-performing affiliate marketers, for example, can help you double-down on what’s working. Why are they so effective? Were they very loyal to your brand before becoming an affiliate? If yes, then maybe you need to contact your most frequent shoppers about joining the program.
Before we look at how you can gain relevant followers it is worth mentioning that you should avoid buying followers from the services you see on Fiverr etc… In fact, you should avoid buying followers altogether. Many affiliate marketers think that their account looks more genuine if they have 20k ‘people’ following them. The fact is that buying followers results in a lot of fake accounts or bots that have no interest in what you are trying to promote. A Twitter account with 50k followers and only 1 or 2 likes or retweets when you post something just looks fake.
On a monthly basis, I’ve had success devoting an hour or two to a couple of activities. First, I send out a monthly newsletter to my affiliates (you can typically do this within your affiliate app). In the email, I let them know about anything new that’s cooking – and encourage everyone to log into their affiliate dashboard so that he or she can share the news.
The bulk of the offers that I promote pay around $20-$40 per lead, but there are others that pay more and less. However, you don't want to get caught up solely on what an offer pays because how well it converts is just as important. For example, if you have an offer that pays $9, but if it converts at 2X or more of a $20 offer, then it will perform about the same and possibly better. At the same time, if you have an offer that pays $90 and it converts poorly, it may not even be worth promoting.