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Affiliate Marketing Training - Do You Know The 3 Signs Of A Super Affiliate Training Course?

Published on 3/6/2018
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To be able to identify quality affiliate marketing training you need to have experienced the training from a super affiliate, first hand. Anyone can create a product but only a trainer that has put their training to the test (and earn massive commissions) can back up their training and call themselves a Super Affiliate. This article will discuss the 3 signs of a Super Affiliate training course.

1. Does The Super Affiliate Have a Blueprint?

It is important for the Super Affiliate to provide their students with a blueprint to follow, so students can replicate the super affiliate's business and results. This should be a written PDF so students can refer to it when needed. Many affiliate trainers are content to create a video series and have students follow the video series and take notes. But the two mediums are different.

An eBook can convey facts, strategies, and instructions that don't get communicated on video. With video, the trainer can impart tips and strategies that they have forgotten to convey when writing.

2. A Video Series Is Essential

When creating an affiliate marketing training course, video is important. Text and audio can describe the training steps, but there are many people who are visual learners and need to be shown exactly how to perform the step-by-step instructions. Video confirms everything that is in the blueprint. Another point is that people have short attention spans and are not prepared to read a huge volume of text. Two hundred pages is about the limit.

3. A Done For You Business That Is A Replica

Even with the blueprint and the video series, all the information can seem like information overload, and not everything works as shown in the video. Different people get different results depending on many variables. Many people like to have a done for you business where all that is needed is to drive traffic to the offer.

The problem with done for you businesses, where the emails and marketing is done for you is, the admin can rip you off when it suits them. Meaning if they are sending out emails promoting your affiliate ID, that's good until they start sending marketing materials that only a fraction promote your affiliate ID. Then it begins to make sense why you're not making any money, even though you have built a targeted subscriber list.

To ensure this doesn't happen to you, what is needed is to be continually checking what affiliate links the marketing material contains. But a way around this is to build your own business. The whole idea of learning from a Super Affiliate is to learn how to become a super affiliate yourself and build a profitable business.

To get started with a Super Affiliate's affiliate marketing training course, click the link.

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