When working with an affiliate manager in an affiliate network it is imperative that there is a relationship of trust between one another. We have been in the affiliate marketing arena since 2004 and I’d prefer to share a few hints on how an affiliate can gain your affiliate managers trust.
Here are my Highly Effective Ways.
- Start Off Small – When your account is approved, I would recommend asking your affiliate manager what is converting, what is a genuine organization restrictive and get the individual data or conversion measurements on those offers. At the point when you are ready to ‘turn on’ your traffic, start moderate. Why? Because you have yet to establish a relationship with your affiliate manager and the organization. You do not want to go and generate 1000 obligation leads a day that pays out $25.00 and not get paid for it. This will raise a warning and will be an issue if the leads return from the Advertiser as low quality or invalid leads that did not convert. Also, it is best to speak to your affiliate manager daily via IM, phone or email in the beginning to make sure that the quality is OK from the Advertiser.
- Account History – Make sure that your account with the affiliate network is updated and real. At the point when the affiliate manager calls you to confirm you account, in request to get approved and get paid, make sure that you give your real name, address and so forth I cannot reveal to you how many occasions I have heard of affiliates applying to networks with fake names and addresses. You will get caught and would not be paid for your traffic that you generate. As well they affiliate networks are smart. They have measures in place to make sure that you are real. Think of the affiliate network as a partner. Similar to a bank. Your prosperity is their prosperity.
- Campaign Competitiveness – Always make sure that you are serious with payouts. Although, you should fabricate rapport over the long run with your affiliate management in request to get the high payouts, always get your work done and research. There are where you can research or learn what the going rate is on any offer. One great example is Offervault. Offervault is a free help that allows you to peruse and search for offers from these top organizations. You can find CPA and Affiliate Programs from top CPA organizations.
Once you have been working with your affiliate manger for sufficiently long, and have fabricated trust, you can then start to ask for higher payouts. On the off chance that you have a good affiliate manager, he/she ought to automatically pass these top payouts on to you.
Another great stunt is to join as many notworks as conceivable and get on their mailing lists for newsletters. Keep yourself updated with all the new offers that are being advanced on the different organizations. This can be used as leverage while negotiating.