How can I best do affiliate lead marketing?

I just signed up for an affiliate program with a company that gives me $1 per each sign-up to their free trial. I then registered a domain name and redirected it to the affiliate link. Now, after spending $30 for a facebook ad with a turnout of 2 sign-ups I realised I need help and quidance!


You're targeting a b2b product with a $1 payout on a trial full-form lead submit -- this is never, ever going to work, no matter how well you advertise it. The best advice I can give you in this scenario is to find a better offer to run.

Answered 7 years ago

I agree, that offer won't work because of the incredibly low payout, especially on a b2b offer.

If you had a better paying offer, you would need to track your ads and see which is converting best.

If you would like more help feel free to give me a call

Answered 7 years ago

You need quite a bit of "extra" stuff to make your plan work. You're on the right path, but I think you're missing a few components. I would always try to capture the lead and then get them to the action/sale/download/etc -- This way you have a chance to warm them up and promote the offer a couple times.

Specifically the landing page you send them with that domain is a little confusing and seems overcrowded with stuff. I would always send them to my own landing page (easy to make). Collect the lead (easy to do), then send them to your offers. Overtime, keep a good relationship, you can market them other similar products.

In this specific case, your ad may have had the wrong call to action or a mismatch on your ad vs the landing page. can't tell without looking at your ad. And without a more in depth discussion.

I know there's a lot more to cover, but these could be some things to think about.

Answered 7 years ago

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