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A-Z Blog Challenge: Day 24: X-tra value for Your Clients

Posted by Cindy on May 1, 2013 at 1:04 am



in a sea of affiliates, how do you stand out from the rest?

The most important thing that will differentiate you from the rest of the affiliates is to provide x-tra value for your clients and customers who purchased through your links.

For instance, if you are promoting an eBook, consider if you can provide additional content of your own for customers who purchased through your link. In my case, I promote affiliate products that I have personally used and reviewed. Then I will create additional eBooks, templates or worksheets for customers who have purchased the product through my affiliate link. By doing so, I like to provide extra value and help them get the most out of the products that they have purchased.

You can provide extra value for customers who purchases your link by

  • providing a service such as setting up a wordpress blog if they purchase an Ebook on setting up a blog
  • Consultation services
  • Templates
  • Ebooks
  • monthly memberships
  • PLR content
  • Squeeze pages etc etc etc.

As an example, for readers if this blog, if you purchase the following Building a WordPress  Website, I will also set up your wordpress blog for your on your hosting account. Just email me your receipt and URL and I will set up the blog for you at no charge. This offer is valid for a limited time only. For the first 10 people who take me up on this offer, I will also provide you with an eBook that can help you turn your website or blog into an online atm.


About A-Z Blogging Challenge.

In the month of April, I commit to posting a regular blog for my readers to help them with their affiliate marketing business. To find out more about the A-Z Challenge, click here



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