There is a lot going on at the moment in the internet marketing world, especially with the launch of ‘Facebook ads Cracked Reloaded’. Whats the reason for the buzz surrounding this immensely popular launch? MONEY!
The affiliate prizes are epic! With a top prize of 50k and 997 @ 50% per sale, affiliates are going all out to provide you with everything but the kitchen sink to make sales! They are teaming up together to get a share of the no minimum sales prize of $50,000 1st spot. And why not? The guys teaming up are not called Internet Marketers (entrepreneurs) for nothing they need to earn their crust 🙂
How does this concern you?
Remember, there is nothing for sale in this post just some good MSF info..
Marketers are going all out to make as many sales as they can for the big 50k prize! This means they are willing to do almost anything short of selling their grandmother to make sales and that means BONUSES!!! Big fat bonuses that you can capitalize on to get the best deal for your buck. After all, the product itself is $997 and that alone is a lot of money to invest if you aren’t serious about your business.
Calling all marketers!
What did I just say about being serious? “After all, the product itself is $997 and that alone is a lot of money to invest if you aren’t serious about your business”. Just take a second and flip this on it’s head for a sec. Would you invest $997 to get an amazing bonus with everything from:
- Product coaching
- Product promotions
- Marketing packages
And a ton more stuff! What would you normally pay for these as individual items compared to what you can get them for when buying a bonus? The benefits are two fold – you get a great proven product (FB ads) and all the benefits the bonuses are giving you.
What to look for if you are considering this
A few simple searches in the following areas can open up a ton of bonus items:
- Marketers lists
When I say marketers lists, take a look at your favorite marketers and see if they are involved in the promotion. If they are then you have a serious investment decision to make.
Here is a tip that you can use to get what YOU WANT! Every marketer in the affiliate comp wants to generate as many sales as possible. This is your opportunity to ask for more. As well as the bonus opportunities they are already providing, you hold the cards to negotiate for extras and the things that you want or need.
Remember it’s always worth asking for what you need..
If you are investing in FB Ads Reloaded, then good luck I’m sure you will find a great bonus. If you weren’t considering looking for a bonus, then I guess my job has been done here today.
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Interesting blog post. While I knew about searching for different bonus offers for a product I never thought of negotiating and add on bonus with an affiliate. Great tip.
Great post as always. I do have something to add about this though – I showed this to a colleague and his reaction was “How bad does the product have to be to need such a large collection of bonuses to make people want to buy it?” and that kind of stopped me in my tracks. I know the guys putting the product and believe it is worth the price tag on it’s own. But for someone who doesn’t know them or their product quality, would the size of the bonuses put them off?
It seems there is a fine line between not enough and too much.
Take care and have fun,
Great tip Dan, I will definitely take this on board.
The prize money on offer is no doubt a big incentive but the sale price of $997 is probably just as attractive 50% of that would soon mount up if you could get a decent amount of sales. In the past I have bought products not because of the product but because of the bonuses.
Product promotions from someone who is respected and has a big list is something that is especially tasty giving you the opportunity to make sales, gain subscribers and a buyer’s list. Hard to knock that one back.
Thanks for the negotiating tip It makes sense and what’s the worse that can happen, they say no… You’re no worse off, but you could be much better off if they say yes.
Thanks Gordon, glad you found the tips helpful. The negotiation tip is hardly ever used, but always worth a try.