I’m grateful that many of you have enjoyed my books and publications over the years, from Marketing White Belt to the most recent Marketing Blue Belt. Today, I want to unveil a new way for you to be a greater part of these books: join the Marketing Affiliate Program!
What’s in it for you?
By becoming a marketing affiliate, you’ll earn a commission on each book or webinar you sell to your audience. The more you sell, the more you earn.
How much will you earn?
Here’s the good part. If you’ve already been reselling my books using an Amazon affiliate link, you know that Amazon pays a paltry 4% to affiliates. For every 9.99 book you sell, at Amazon you only earn 40 cents, and you can’t even buy webinars on Amazon.
In my Marketing Affiliate Program, you’ll earn a 25% commission on anything sold.
So for my books, you’ll earn2.50 per book. For webinars, you’ll earn $7.50 per webinar.
How do you get started?
This is an easy two-step process. First, you must register for a free account on Gumroad.com. This is mandatory – I can’t set you up as an affiliate until you’re in their system.
Once you’re done, and only after you’re done setting up your free account, just fill out this form. I’ll get you customized URLs for the products you want to resell, normally within 3-5 business days.
Join the Marketing Affiliate Program (MAP)Register to become an affiliate for my marketing books and webinars. YOU MUST ALREADY HAVE A FREE ACCOUNT ON GUMROAD.COM BEFORE STARTING! New affiliate registrations will be processed in 3-5 business days or less.
If you’re reading this in an RSS reader, chances are no form will appear, so you’ll need to visit this post on my website.
I look forward to having you in the program! Oh, and a reminder that if you do participate, be sure to read FTC guidelines on disclosing that you are an affiliate.
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