There’s nothing quite like checking your stats, and then finding that you’ve made a big fat $800 sale.
The funny part is that these days it’s so easy to not only craft your own high ticket coaching programs or take home books, but it’s easier than ever to find high ticket offers that you could promote as an affiliate.
Take the website offervault.com for example. If you’ve been marketing for any interval of time you’ve probably heard about it, but even though I’ve known about the site for years, I’m constantly shocked as to how valuable that website is.
You can type in any niche in the planet, and then sort by payout, and you can instantly browse a boatload of high ticket offers in a variety of niches in a matter of seconds.
The same is true with almost all of the major marketplaces out there. ClickBank, JVzoo.com, Nanacast, Warrior Plus, even Amazon or myblogginghub solo ads.
On all of the aforementioned websites it’s easy to simply type in a keyword or niche, and then sort by the payout.
You’ll be shocked to find many high ticket offers, with accommodating marketing material at your ready, with a matching cheap solo advertising vendor who’s more than willing to help you promote.
So, I would say that simply by browsing OfferVault.com, ClickBank.com, JVZoo.com, Nanacast.com, and even Amazon.com you can easily find products that are high ticket, and even recurring and you can search by keyword, and then sort by price.
It’s really as simple as that, and if you have any questions about high ticket offers just leave a message and I’ll get back to you.
That’s all for this short post and I’ll see you in a second for the next one.
How To Find Recurring Solo ad Offers To Promote
Finding recurring offers and promoting recurring offers can often times be more profitable in my opinion than high ticket offers.
The idea of being compensated for months at a time as compensation for your referrals is always a satiating thought, at least for me.
A few of the most popular recurring programs in the Internet marketing space are web-hosts, and email autoresponders.
Aweber, GetResponse, iContact, and just about any email autoresponder service you can name has a recurring affiliate program.
I know that GetResponse also has a CPA affiliate program on Commission Junction, where you can earn a hefty one-time commission for qualified leads.
You can also search ClickBank and they clearly state whether a program is recurring or not, and they also allow you to search recurring programs specifically.
There are a ton of recurring programs on ClickBank and Affilorma.com and Google Sniper are two very popular recurring programs on ClickBank, in fact Google Sniper has been one of the most popular products on ClickBank for many years, and I’m
confident that the recurring commissions has something to do with its massive success in attracting affiliates.
Another recurring product that I’d like to discuss is the network marketing space.
While I never really into network marketing, there’s definitely the ability to obtain recurring commissions by promoting network marketing offers.
Of course, this isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but never forget the 20/20/60 rule of email marketing.
20% are going to love, 20% are going to hate you, and 60% will find you to boring and will never bond with you.
So, if you want to promote network marketing offers, and you find an ethical and legal network marketing opportunity, you can definitely earn recurring commissions by promoting that.
And if you combine network marketing, with all of the tips and strategies contained in this book, I’m confident that you’ll have better luck of attracting end users who are similar to you so you can build a relationship with them, which is, as you know, the cornerstone of an effective network marketing career.