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That’s NOT the Way to Promote Your Affiliate Products
The great sales pitch can be a bit overrated, seeing that majority of the most seasoned affiliate marketing customers and prospective members tend to be skeptical and jaded. When giving out free reports to promote your affiliate products, enthusiasm can cause you to produce a sales pitchy report, something that could be taken the wrong way by your prospects. If you want to make a good impression, writing a free report that smacks of too much sales pitch is just NOT the way to get people to purchase your affiliate products.
Why sales pitchy free reports are ineffective
There are several reasons why sales pitchy free reports are not recommended for promoting your affiliate products. For one, they sound rather suspect, are usually too colorful to be believable and, if they are especially badly written, are peppered by punctuation marks and bold letters that shouldnt be where they are.
They also sound too desperate to be credible, sounding as if they were written with the sole purpose of making a quick sale. Furthermore, they usually do not present the whole picture to the reader, focusing instead on promoting a product profusely without considering how it can be useful or relevant to potential customers. Sales pitchy free reports usually lack the declaration that states its true value to its readers.
If you’ve read sales pitchy free reports before, you probably know exactly why you treated them with disbelief. If you’ve thrown away or deleted a sales pitchy free report you didnt even bother to finish reading, you will understand why that’s NOT the way to promote your affiliate products.
Writing the right free reports without being sales pitchy
When you write free reports, consider them as part of your sales campaign. This means that they are essentially advertising and as such, should be able to gently push prospective customers into performing certain desired actions. Here are some very important things you have to remember when using free reports to promote your affiliate products:
Free reports should make a good first impression
A well-written title is an excellent technique to ensure that you get a hold of your readers’ attention and encourage them to read further. If the title is bland, your readers will either skim through the report and miss the good points or give up altogether.
Free reports should avoid the ‘general public’
A common mistake among marketers who write free reports to promote their affiliate products is that they tend to write for just about everyone. Remember that your affiliate products have specific market demographics. Find out what these are and write directly to them.
Free reports should include details
Words such as ‘excellent’, ‘good’, ‘amazing’ and ‘incredible’ always find their way into free reports. While there is nothing wrong about using them, they tend to be too generic and ultimately, sales pitchy.
Instead of using these words or their synonyms again and again, try to use details and specifics instead. Review that free report you have written and check out generic words. Instead of saying that the affiliate product is ‘an excellent deal’, say ‘you get 25% off your purchase’. Instead of merely saying that the purchase is ‘risk-free’, say instead that you offer a ‘100% money-back guarantee’.
There has to be a sense of urgency
A good, non-sales pitchy free report should include a statement regarding the effectivity date of the promotion. When promoting your affiliate products, state in clear terms when the product will be sold for the special price and for how long. By restricting the product’s availability, you will be able to gently persuade your readers and turn them into real paying customers.
So are you still writing those embarrassing sales pitchy free reports?
What It Is, How It Affects You and How to Avoid It
There is another word that can describe the nature of market saturation and that’s consumer desensitization. Either term is bad news, especially if you’re involved in affiliate marketing. These days, affiliate marketing is considerably one of the best ways to generate income online. But if you must contend with affiliate markets saturation, is still there point to joining this industry at all?
What is market saturation?
Market saturation, specifically that which relates to affiliate marketing, is simply that point in a business opportunity’s life when demand for a product or service evens out and begins to decline. This may be due to certain factors, such as:
Increase in the number of distributors in a limited area. This usually happens if an affiliate program does not exercise control over the distribution of its products in specific areas.
As more and more distributors enter the arena, the market becomes bombarded by the same products. Since there are only so many people to purchase, subscribe or participate, it wouldnt be long until affiliate market saturation occurs.
Decrease in product demand and customer interest. There are many reasons why demand for an affiliate product occurs but if it does happen in light of affiliate markets saturation, it could be because customers are no longer interested in its novelty. This is especially true of products that were successfully launched and accepted due to hype. Interest will later plateau and gradually wear off.
Appearance of competing products in the same market segment. Competition can do wonders for your affiliate marketing business. It can also affect it in a negative way. The affiliate product you’re selling now may have great response but should a similar product appear in the future that will compete directly with you for market presence, you could be in for some serious neck-to-neck race.
Now imagine if 10 or 15 other similar products appear on the market…
Avoiding affiliate markets saturation
Although in many areas of business market saturation is inevitable (witness the downfall of many multi-level marketing programs), it doesnt have to take your affiliate business hostage. There are a few factors you will have to consider carefully so you will know how to steer clear of opportunities that may not offer you the results you wish to produce.
Recognize product potential and customer demand the first time.
A lot of your success in any affiliate marketing business rests on how well you can recognize an opportunity. Not every affiliate product has a high market demand and as such, cannot be considered lucrative.
The number of customers who have interest in the product will also matter. If you can find a way to bring the two together, you will be able to zero in on a product that has real potential. This usually means you will have to focus on selling to a niche market.
Choose a product with high demand but low areas of sales.
To avoid affiliate markets saturation, look for a product that has a potentially huge market but is only being sold in limited areas. That way, you’ll be able to take advantage of higher sales on your part than if you chose a product that is being distributed in hundreds of other stores not just online but offline as well.
Find another way to view it.
Affiliate markets saturation doesnt have to have a negative implication. It would be a lot easier to deal with if you view it as the maturation of your market. It’s like selling cosmetics. When you first started out, your main market was composed of women in their teens and 20s. You sold well and enjoyed brisk and repeated business.
A decade later, some of these women are already in their 30s. Response to your advertising efforts is no longer the same and you probably doubt their efficacy. So what went wrong? Have you saturated the market that easily?
If you look closely, you will find that the market has indeed changed women who were still in school or just starting out in their careers are now full-fledged career women, mothers or owners of their own businesses. Their needs have changed as well. The market hasnt become saturated it simply evolved. As a product and service provider, it is now your goal to redefine your business in order to meet this newly evolved market’s needs.
The same is true in affiliate marketing. Consider carefully whether your market has evolved with the times. If it has, find out what type of changes you can implement in your advertising or promotions that will appeal to this market segment. Better yet, why not look for products in another affiliate marketing program that can meet this market’s new requirements?