How To Make More Sales As An Affiliate

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Happy Friday Everyone!

Today I’m excited because I get to answer another one of the questions that you guys submitted to me!

Today’s question comes from Melanie Kissell and reads as follows:

“Devon,
PLEASE give it to me straight on how to kick out the jams as an affiliate marketer. I absolutely love promoting other people’s products and I’m anxious to hear your take on what it really ‘takes’.

I want to knock one out of the park! I’ve managed to get some affiliate sales slowly trickling in, but nothing to write home about.”

Check Out My Answer Here:

OOPS! I also forgot to tell you guys that another way to really take your affiliate marketing to the next level is to do a “REVIEW” on a product!

If For example: your blog is about golf and you find that a new product has come out; then to a review on that product (give the pros and cons of buying the product)…and if you think it’s a good product, you can include your affiliate link to tell people to buy it!

(Sorry, meant to mention that in the video 🙂

And as always…

1. You can CLICK HERE to submit a question for me to answer live for you
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3. Feel free to leave your comments below

Have a Great Day!
Devon 🙂

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11 Comments
  1. hey Devon,thanks for the content man you always deliver straight up info

  2. Hey Devon,

    Thanks for the tips. Not sure if this is where Melanie got this from, but “Kick out the Jams” is a smoking song from the Detroit band MC5 from the 70’s. Check it out, it rocks.

  3. 6:30 pm on January 21, 2011

    Damn Teenage Marketers (haha).

    Kick Out the Jams is the first album by Detroit’s MC5, released in 1969.

    In 2003, the album was ranked number 294 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

    “The album is generally regarded as one of the best live rock and roll records”

    The song was also “covered” by many bands over the years, including
    hard rock band Blue Öyster Cult on their 1978 live album

    In March 2005, ‘Q’ magazine placed the song “Kick Out the Jams” at number 39 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks ever. The same track was named the 65th-best hard rock song of all time by VH1.

    So…it might seem obscure, but it has endured a pretty solid “Rep” since way back in ’69
    ( when some of us were still in Junior High!).

    Might be your New Theme Song!

  4. 6:47 pm on January 21, 2011

    Since you Moderate these comments…
    I can send you this to see and you can delete it
    if you wish…
    I found these “explanations”

    The Meaning of “Kick out the Jams”

    To quote MC5 guitarist Wayne Kramer from his interview with Caroline Boucher in Disc & Music Echo, 8 August 1970:

    “People said ‘oh wow, kick out the jams means break down restrictions’ etc., and it made good copy, but when we wrote it we didn’t have that in mind. We first used the phrase when we were the house band at a ballroom in Detroit, and we played there every week with another band from the area.

    “We got in the habit, being the sort of punks we are, of screaming at them to get off the stage, to kick out the jams, meaning stop jamming. We were saying it all the time and it became a sort of esoteric phrase. Now, I think people can get what they like out of it; that’s one of the good things about rock and roll.”[3]

    Kramer also referred during a 1999 interview that was excerpted for Goldmine magazine, that the phrase was specifically aimed toward British 1960s bands playing at the Grande who the MC5 felt were not putting enough energy into their performances.

  5. 9:57 pm on January 21, 2011

    DEVON THANK YOU FOR DOING WHAT YOU LOVE BECAUSE ITS JUST WHAT I NEEDED TO GET ME ON THE RIGHT TRACK. THANKS! PS THIS WAS MY FIRST TIME SEEING YOUR LINK. YOU HAVE JUST CHANGED MY LIFE FOR THE BETTER GOD BLESS YOU.

  6. Hey Devon great information on affiliate sales. I agree with you about focusing in on a niche for the product you are promoting. But also ‘timing’ has a lot to do with it. There are certain trends and times of the year that products sell better than at other other times. For example, I sell more weight loss products right now than I do later in the year. And because of the changing economy, selling how to make money online has been a winner for a while now. So just wanted to throw that tip out there too – what is your take on that?

  7. Applause! Applause! Applause!

    Thanks, Devon, first of all for following up and DOING what you said you were going to do — answer the questions people submit. I respect someone who walks their talk.

    Here’s my audio reply to your video:

    http://www.cinchcast.com/melaniekissell/159557

    Looking forward to your next video Q & A!

    Melanie

  8. 1:29 pm on January 23, 2011

    Hey Devon,

    I follow you religiously, but don’t often “put my finger tips to keys” (like … putting pen to paper) or read the comments left here (probably an oversight on my part because many times replies to blogs can be more than words of appreciation and you never know where that next “golden nugget” of information may come from).

    That was an excellent answer/explanation to Melanie’s question. You’re absolutely right about having focus on a particular niche or “area of interest”. With all the information online it’s easy to be distracted and jump from one thing to another, thus never really following through on any one project started. Focus, focus, focus, right? Thanks again!

  9. Hey Devon,

    I’m really happy you found me on youtube, since than I’m learning so much from you, this video was a tiny example for the amount of knowledge you got.

    Really liked when you started to talk about affiliate you became series, lol.

    keep on going my eyes are reading, my ears are listening and my mind is open.

    Thanks

    Guy

  10. Hey Devon,

    Your tips are great and your use of video is top shelf hope you get this one:)
    Anyway, I like your WordPress Theme Design, it’s very clean plus the two columns format is perfect for easy reading! Is this a free wp theme or custom theme, and where could I get one?

    James Coe
    The List Building Newbie!

    • 10:32 am on January 27, 2011

      Hi James,
      Thanks for the kind words! Glad you like the theme. It is a free WP Christmas theme that I had edited.

      To Your Success,
      Devon

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