[Affiliate Marketing] Profit potential of good reviews (mail 2 of 6)

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It was Father’s day here yesterday, and our son sent an SMS to my husband, Cyril, to wish him a happy Father’s Day.

Our son lives in Tel-Aviv, a little more than an hour away from us.

And he invited us to come and visit him next Wednesday.

Yay! Here he’s cooking for us during our last visit:

Danni cooking
Danni cooking

We haven’t seen him since January. The boy is always working. Can you believe it?

Well, it was rather incredible to us, because he found work that has to do with selling over the phone, and he was a natural born talent from the start. Already in his first month in that company, he became their top-seller. Now he’s one of the leading managers there.

When I asked him about it, he said:

"But I don’t sell. I help people."

And that is the million dollar secret.

Speaking about helping people and dollars…

What is the potential of good reviews?

Well, Erica stones talks about $10K at least just from one review over the years.

In a text I have from Tiffany Lambert, she talks about making $6,178.04 in commission just from one mail.

(Remember? I say that you should get a list…)

Read Tiffany’s motivational story here:

On October 13, 2008 I was in the Warrior Forum and I happened to see a post by a new member who wanted us to review his site design. His thread was removed a few minutes later as self-serving I guess, so I’m SO glad fate allowed me to catch it while it was up. I clicked on the link, wanting to help out, and saw a product that made me fork over $147 and in a second you’ll know why that’s a big deal.

Number one, as a writer, I’m a big snob about eBook content. To impress me (and be worth $147), you’d have to write in an interesting manner, give me info that will rock my world, and not give me writing that’s a mess (tons of spelling errors, etc). Most don’t do it for me.

Your fancy graphics aren’t going to sway me to buy. His graphics were great though. This guy made me spend my Christmas money on it. It was the funny way he wrote – a little irreverent, which I like. You could tell the copy was good, but you could tell there was a person behind it, too. He had videos on the sales letter and proof, which you could see when he logged into his account on Amazon.

Number two, his product was essentially telling people to forget info products. LOL – and here I am not only selling an eBook on how to launch your own info product, but I also ghostwrite them for others – talk about shooting myself in the foot! The product I’m talking about it called Info Product Killer. I even love the name. http://getmoneymakingideas.com/133

So that’s why it was odd that I not only bought this thing, but promoted it myself as an affiliate. (And by he way I’ve been getting a lot of emails asking if this product is still relevant – it’s evergreen – it’ll work forever in my opinion).

A week later, on October 20, 2008, I sent a quick email out to my list of under 5,000 at the time. Eleven days later I had $6,178.04 in commission waiting to be sent out to me from ClickBank. That means the product owner also made the same amount – $12,356.08 worth of sales from under 5,000 people.

Over the coming weeks, I made another $988.30 in sales from a Squidoo lens review page I made about this product.

What’s your profit potential? It’s going to be different for everyone – you should start building a list. You don’t have to – but would you rather have $988.30 in a few weeks or $6,178.04 in 11 days?

That should get you drooling.

Best regards,
Britt Malka

P.S. Look forward to read tomorrow’s mail with something really special for you.

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