PART TWO: BOOK AFFILIATES!

(please go through ALL part two before you start booking)

STEP 5

CREATE ONE REWARDS LINK
So, I do NOT make an individual link for every affiliate.  I make just ONE link for the week. 
Here's why: 
 
  • I want to gift my affiliate 10% of the orders no matter if she just gets one order or 10 orders.  If I make ONE link I can have all orders go through that link and it's more likely to qualify.  This is another reason I give my affiliates a discount for the week - my whole goal is to get $200 in orders so that I can get a qualified link for the week. 
  • It's faster -- less to remember- less to copy and paste.  
  • I honestly never have my affiliate share her link.  In part 3 I'll share my messaging system, but it's SO simple.  I only share the link to my site in messenger directly with those that comment on her post.  
  • My goal is to BUILD RELATIONSHIPS WITH the AFFILIATES FRIEND'S.  If the affiliate is just randomly posting her link - people might visit my site, have questions that no one answers and leave the site and I never get to talk to them.  If I can get in messenger - I can ask questions, build trust, and overcome concerns.  AND even if they don't purchase right then, I've had people I've added as friends purchase in the future.  
 
 

How to create your Rewards Link:

> Go to 'MY OFFICE"

> Choose "REWARDS LINK"

> Click on "Create a New Rewards Link"

Then choose "CREATE A REWARDS LINK" on the top right.

You can change the NAME, DESTINATION and LINK OWNER by clicking on the pink pencil icon.

Once you've done any editing you choose, copy the "SHARE REWARDS LINK" to share your link or shop from your link.

Okay, now get booking!!  

Have the right expectations - if you are just getting started with Affiliates, you may need to message 30-60 people to get 10 affiliates.   BUT, it won't always be that way!!  It's like getting the momentum to get a bike going -- it takes work up front, but them it gets easier and easier.  

ONCE you've gotten TEN confirmations, move onto PART 3: