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Done For You Articles 21st March 2016

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Top Techniques for Promoting Your Info Product on Social Media

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If you have an infoproduct you want to promote – whether it’s your own or an affiliate product — there’s no better place than social media. At any given moment there are literally millions of people using social media to communicate with their friends, update their status, watch videos, and other activities.

This is a lucrative market that you can exploit for the benefit of your online marketing program.

Which Social Media Platforms to Use

First, you want to create a Facebook Fan Page related to our niche and start attracting Friends so that we can build our social media contacts that way.

We also want to create a Twitter account and possibly other social media accounts — such as Google+, LinkedIn and Pinterest — and then link them all together so that anytime we update a status or send out a Tweet on one, it goes out on all of them.

Another thing you want to do is to create a blog using WordPress or another free blogging platform. On this blog, you can use the SEO-ready swipe copy from my affiliate provider, as well as creating your own original content, such as reviews and testimonials.

Creating New Content

If your budget allows it, you can hire freelancers to write blog posts for you to promote product and to give high-value information to your readers related to your niche so that you can build your list of subscribers that way.

Whenever people sign up for your blog, you want to make sure your autoresponder sends them a thank you email and also gives them a link to your sales page.

Meanwhile, you also should load your sales funnel with secondary offers, upsells and downsells. That’s because you want to sell your customers as many possible products as you can so that you can maximize revenue and also reinforce loyalty bonds with them.

Then there should be a back end offer where you can really cash in with a high-cost product such as a weekend seminar.

Paid Traffic Methods

After we have exhausted our free traffic methods — and while we are waiting for them to gain traction — we want to start some paid traffic methods.

You definitely are going to want to buy some Facebook Ads using keywords such as “affiliate marketing courses” and “how to make money with affiliate marketing”. Buy as much as your budget allows in both the PPC and CPM Facebook platforms.

Supplement these with some Google Adwords campaigns. Make sure to reinvest at least some — if not all — of the income from your free traffic methods into paid methods so that you can jumpstart your sales campaign.

Supplement with Solo Ads

Finally, you want to buy some solo ads so that you can get your affiliate product out in front of as many high target people as possible. This typically won’t cost as much as PPC or CPM ads, but generally will bring in more high target traffic, so this is a great investment.

You also want to go to Warrior Forum and other sites to look for ad swap partners so that you can get your products out in front of new groups of high-target customers for free.

Knowing how to set up effective affiliate marketing sales funnels is vital to your success. If you’d like to have access to even more powerful marketing tips, as well as a way to generate conversion-ready Internet marketing prospects each month, click here to learn about my done-for-you system.

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Up until now, you have been learning about the right ways to set up your affiliate marketing business and how to maximize the amount of money you make. Now we are going to flip that on its head and show you how to avoid some of the most common mistakes that affiliate marketers make so that you can preserve the integrity of your business.

<strong>Selling to the Wrong Audience</strong>

The first mistake most newbie affiliate marketers make is to try to market your products to people who don’t want them.

This is why it is important to use “permission lists” only. Permission lists are groups of email addresses of people who have given you their permission — either explicitly or implicitly — for you to send emails promoting your products.

Examples of explicit permission would include lists compiled of people who respond affirmatively to your inquiry, “Can we send you more information about promotions and special offers for our products?” Implicit permission examples would include people who enter their email address on your squeeze page.

<strong>Know Your Customers</strong>

When you purchase an email list from somebody else, for example, you are paying for a list of indifferent customers.

If the list is big enough — such as thousands or tens of thousands of addresses — sending promotional emails to everybody on the list probably will result in a very small percentage of responses, possible 1% to 2%.

But the cost of reaching that small percentage of potential customers is alienating everybody else on this list by sending them emails they don’t want and can’t use. You risk being considered a “spammer” and dramatically decrease their willingness to consider any product you offer in the future.

Plus, as we have seen, it can get you banned by the big email providers and perhaps even prosecuted and fined for violating the law.

<strong>Not Exploiting Social Media</strong>

The second most common pitfall is ignoring social media. This is actually quite common even among established businesses.

Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn offer some of the best ways to contact specific customer groups.

It also offers the ability to develop strong, interpersonal relationships with potential customers. That’s because these platforms tend to be more personalized and intimate than other more traditional marketing platforms.

<strong>A Sample Case</strong>

For example, assume you have a Facebook page for your business that sells kits for converting your home to solar energy.

The only people who are going to “friend” you on Facebook are people who are passionate about renewable energy sources, reducing them home power costs, and saving the environment.

You can nurture these customers by providing links to informative articles on the topic, hosting forums and web chats for people to share their ideas and resources, and even frequently posting pictures and videos about your personal life in order to establish a lasting bond.

Then, when it comes time to promote your specific products, your Facebook friends — or Twitter followers or LinkedIn contacts … will be very open to the idea of purchasing them because they feel as if they have a personal relationship with you.

<strong>Ignore Facebook and Twitter at Your Own Risk</strong>

Social media is often ignored by traditional businesses because they assume it is simply for entertainment purposes, is used primarily by younger people who are less willing to spend money, and takes too much time and attention to properly maintain.

All three assumptions are dead wrong. Facebook and Twitter are now considered one of the most effective ways to reach highly targeted prospective customers. The average age of Facebook’s users has risen to 34 years old in recent years.

And social media sites are simple to set up, fun to maintain, and free to use. Ignoring this growing marketing opportunity is a huge mistake because it is only expected to become more dominant during the coming decade.

Monitoring the social media marketing landscape is vital to your success. If you’d like to have access

to even more powerful marketing tips, as well as a way to generate conversion-ready Internet marketing prospects each month, click here to learn about my <a href=”http://mttbsystem.com/letter”>done-for-you system</a>.

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If you have an infoproduct you want to promote – whether it’s your own or an affiliate product — there’s no better place than social media. At any given moment there are literally millions of people using social media to communicate with their friends, update their status, watch videos, and other activities.

This is a lucrative market that you can exploit for the benefit of your online marketing program.

Which Social Media Platforms to Use

First, you want to create a Facebook Fan Page related to our niche and start attracting Friends so that we can build our social media contacts that way.

We also want to create a Twitter account and possibly other social media accounts — such as Google+, LinkedIn and Pinterest — and then link them all together so that anytime we update a status or send out a Tweet on one, it goes out on all of them.

Another thing you want to do is to create a blog using WordPress or another free blogging platform. On this blog, you can use the SEO-ready swipe copy from my affiliate provider, as well as creating your own original content, such as reviews and testimonials.

Creating New Content

If your budget allows it, you can hire freelancers to write blog posts for you to promote product and to give high-value information to your readers related to your niche so that you can build your list of subscribers that way.

Whenever people sign up for your blog, you want to make sure your autoresponder sends them a thank you email and also gives them a link to your sales page.

Meanwhile, you also should load your sales funnel with secondary offers, upsells and downsells. That’s because you want to sell your customers as many possible products as you can so that you can maximize revenue and also reinforce loyalty bonds with them.

Then there should be a back end offer where you can really cash in with a high-cost product such as a weekend seminar.

Paid Traffic Methods

After we have exhausted our free traffic methods — and while we are waiting for them to gain traction — we want to start some paid traffic methods.

You definitely are going to want to buy some Facebook Ads using keywords such as “affiliate marketing courses” and “how to make money with affiliate marketing”. Buy as much as your budget allows in both the PPC and CPM Facebook platforms.

Supplement these with some Google Adwords campaigns. Make sure to reinvest at least some — if not all — of the income from your free traffic methods into paid methods so that you can jumpstart your sales campaign.

Supplement with Solo Ads

Finally, you want to buy some solo ads so that you can get your affiliate product out in front of as many high target people as possible. This typically won’t cost as much as PPC or CPM ads, but generally will bring in more high target traffic, so this is a great investment.

You also want to go to Warrior Forum and other sites to look for ad swap partners so that you can get your products out in front of new groups of high-target customers for free.

Knowing how to set up effective affiliate marketing sales funnels is vital to your success. If you’d like to have access to even more powerful marketing tips, as well as a way to generate conversion-ready Internet marketing prospects each month, click here to learn about my done-for-you system.

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Up until now, you have been learning about the right ways to set up your affiliate marketing business and how to maximize the amount of money you make. Now we are going to flip that on its head and show you how to avoid some of the most common mistakes that affiliate marketers make so that you can preserve the integrity of your business.

<strong>Selling to the Wrong Audience</strong>

The first mistake most newbie affiliate marketers make is to try to market your products to people who don’t want them.

This is why it is important to use “permission lists” only. Permission lists are groups of email addresses of people who have given you their permission — either explicitly or implicitly — for you to send emails promoting your products.

Examples of explicit permission would include lists compiled of people who respond affirmatively to your inquiry, “Can we send you more information about promotions and special offers for our products?” Implicit permission examples would include people who enter their email address on your squeeze page.

<strong>Know Your Customers</strong>

When you purchase an email list from somebody else, for example, you are paying for a list of indifferent customers.

If the list is big enough — such as thousands or tens of thousands of addresses — sending promotional emails to everybody on the list probably will result in a very small percentage of responses, possible 1% to 2%.

But the cost of reaching that small percentage of potential customers is alienating everybody else on this list by sending them emails they don’t want and can’t use. You risk being considered a “spammer” and dramatically decrease their willingness to consider any product you offer in the future.

Plus, as we have seen, it can get you banned by the big email providers and perhaps even prosecuted and fined for violating the law.

<strong>Not Exploiting Social Media</strong>

The second most common pitfall is ignoring social media. This is actually quite common even among established businesses.

Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn offer some of the best ways to contact specific customer groups.

It also offers the ability to develop strong, interpersonal relationships with potential customers. That’s because these platforms tend to be more personalized and intimate than other more traditional marketing platforms.

<strong>A Sample Case</strong>

For example, assume you have a Facebook page for your business that sells kits for converting your home to solar energy.

The only people who are going to “friend” you on Facebook are people who are passionate about renewable energy sources, reducing them home power costs, and saving the environment.

You can nurture these customers by providing links to informative articles on the topic, hosting forums and web chats for people to share their ideas and resources, and even frequently posting pictures and videos about your personal life in order to establish a lasting bond.

Then, when it comes time to promote your specific products, your Facebook friends — or Twitter followers or LinkedIn contacts … will be very open to the idea of purchasing them because they feel as if they have a personal relationship with you.

<strong>Ignore Facebook and Twitter at Your Own Risk</strong>

Social media is often ignored by traditional businesses because they assume it is simply for entertainment purposes, is used primarily by younger people who are less willing to spend money, and takes too much time and attention to properly maintain.

All three assumptions are dead wrong. Facebook and Twitter are now considered one of the most effective ways to reach highly targeted prospective customers. The average age of Facebook’s users has risen to 34 years old in recent years.

And social media sites are simple to set up, fun to maintain, and free to use. Ignoring this growing marketing opportunity is a huge mistake because it is only expected to become more dominant during the coming decade.

Monitoring the social media marketing landscape is vital to your success. If you’d like to have access

to even more powerful marketing tips, as well as a way to generate conversion-ready Internet marketing prospects each month, click here to learn about my <a href=”http://mttbsystem.com/letter”>done-for-you system</a>.

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