Finding high ticket offers is as easy as searching Google for high ticket affiliate offers to buy trusted email ads for your business.
Also remember my tip of searching ClickBank.com, JVzoo.com, Amazon.com, Nanacast.com, and any other affiliate marketplace and simply sorting by keyword, and payout.
But I want to talk about what is in my opinion the best way to sell high ticket offers, which is of course by hosting or promoting webinars.
That’s the honest truth based upon my experience and observation.
In my opinion, affiliate webinars are great to promote, because they’re unique, they feel like real content so you’re not aggravating your list, and in my opinion the conversions are absolutely superior to just about any other medium, and even if your end users don’t buy, they’ll still find value in your webinars if you present them well, offer good information, act cool as heck, and value and respect the audience’s time.
And even if you don’t have a webinar of your own, or even if you’re a nervous nelly introvert, it’s still very possible to promote third party affiliate webinars to your audience.
And if you don’t have a big following, odds are, most vendors are not going to want to host a live webinar for you, because you cannot asses in the seats so to speak.
So, the solution, is to ask vendors for an automated webinar that you could promote.
When I first started launching my own products, I had the foresight to promote high ticket automated webinars to my audience, it’s something that can spike your motivation and your marketing budget abruptly.
That being said, I’ve studied hours upon hours of content on webinars, and if you want to learn more about webinars I would suggest taking it upon yourself to watch as many webinars as you can.
I promise if you watch a few gurus in your niche launching webinars, you’ll learn a lot just by watching how they position it.
Learn how they pitch, learn how they entertain, and provide value. And then, it’s your job to improve the process, or at the very least interject your own style and personality into a fun presentation.
So you can either host webinars of your own, and again learning webinars requires its own book unto itself, but I will give you a few pointers.
The best webinar marketing software I’ve ever used, is StealthSeminar.com.
StealthSeminar.com allows you to automate your webinars, so that there will be no way for your audience to tell if it’s live, or if it’s recorded.
This is quite frankly, ridiculously powerful, because after experimenting with several other popular automated webinar systems, I can say that most of them are a complete joke.
If your end users detect that your webinars are prerecorded, and the presentation looks like junk, they’re never ever going to even bother attending your webinar.
However, if your webinar looks sleek, professional, and it looks live, then your odds of entertaining and captivating your audience just spiked exponentially.
And I want to talk about automated webinars for a moment, because they are a beautiful thing, because you can master a presentation that entertains, helps, educates and also promotes, you can master that one sequence, and promote it over, and over, and over, and over. This is essentially like having ten webinar presenters on your budget so you can get your powerful sales message, that you’ve honed and mastered over time, in front of as many end users as possible.
I love automated webinars, and I’m going to show you in a moment how you can benefit from affiliate webinars that are automated and easy for you to plug into.
In fact, in the resources attachment in section 8 I’m going to include a few affiliate webinars I know off the top of my head that you can promote as an affiliate. Very cool and easy to do, and the best part is that often your end users won’t view it as a promotion, instead they’ll view it as free training, so you get and maintain goodwill and don’t have to worry about making your list mad by promoting webinars.
Also in the resources attachment I’m going to list my favorite desktop recording software that you can use to prerecord your webinars, and also to prerecord any sales video or any video period that you want to make, and it records your desktop in 100% High Definition, and it works well right out of the box.
It’s also possible to host live webinars of course, but I would definitely not recommend that you start out this way, just by promoting third party affiliate webinars.
Just because if you’re not that experienced with webinars, and how to pitch and sell and provide value on webinars, it’s definitely an art unto itself, so I would advise promoting other existing webinars, and also attend as many as you can to get some
ideas and how you might improve other webinar presentations. So get some webinar experience before hosting your own. Then again, I’m not trying to dissuade you if you have aspirations to hosting your own, I’m simply recommending that it’s good to get your feet wet first.
One final word of advice on selling high ticket products, it becomes much easier in my opinion once you develop a sizeable following.
Then you’ll be able to ask almost any vendor in your niche to host a webinar for your list for a cut of the profits, and if you have an audience they’ll probably be more than happy to oblige.
And again, if you don’t have an audience seek out third party affiliate webinars that you might be able to promote.
Go into some Facebook webinar groups, which there are plenty of, and ask if anyone has an automated webinar that you could promote to your end users.
You’ll be shocked when half a dozen webinar marketers message you with cool offers that you can integrate into your own back-end.
I’m going to wrap this post up with a final word on the value of webinars.
I remember hosting my first webinar, about 3 or 4 years ago, and people who attended that webinar are still on my list, and I think it’s one of the best ways you can build rapport with your list, remember that it’s all about building rapport and helping your end users.
Webinars, and video content in general, are often one for the best ways to teach advanced topics, and when you teach advanced topics, and help your end users in this way, I’m overly confident that it will only benefit you.
So keep that in mind as we proceed, and if you ever have any questions about webinars or video content in general, don’t hesitate to ask.