3 channels to promote digital products without a blog


3 channels to promote digital products if you don’t have a blog or website

We’ve listed three tips to promote digital products if you don’t have a blog or website. Check out this post and increase your sales results!

João Pedro

09/25/2014 | By João Pedro

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With the internet came the possibility to use it for generating revenues without the need for a traditional job. And you can promote digital products without a blog, or a website!

It’s possible to profit by making your own work hours and working from home in different markets.

One of the ways to make money on the Internet is by becoming an Affiliate to digital products, without the need to create a product yourself and even if you don’t have a blog or website. With commissions going from dozens to thousands of dollars, more and more people have been opting for this kind of work.

The interesting thing in this context is that the same way the Internet creates opportunities it is also democratic. This means that everybody has the same opportunities and the ones who stand out know how to use the web to their favor.

To help you out, we’ve listed three tips to increase your sales as an Affiliate even without having a blog or website.

Check out these strategies and apply them to increase your sales results!

Social Media: great audience, great sales!

YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram, regardless of your favorite social media, they are excellent windows to promote a potential product. Take advantage of that to convert more and increase your profits. Through the link of the digital product you’ve chosen, made available on the Platform that mediates the contact between Producer and Affiliate, you can promote digital products to everyone in your contact list. To do that, develop reviews about the material and associate it to the possible needs of your social network.

Social media also allows you to take part in groups or specific lists from different subjects. If you know how to segment these contacts according to the profile of the content that’s being promoted, you’ll have great chances to make more sales. The strategy, in these cases, is to make it similar to promoting on your personal profile: take advantage of a content by commenting or reviewing subjects that are connected to the product.

Having a professional profile on these networks, such as a Fan Page on Facebook, increases the possibilities of converting. In these channels, you can develop a strategy to grow your audience, to get a more consistent base to make your sales, by establishing your authority in a determined niche market.

You can create a fan page with quick tips about personal finances and, in the middle of the content, promote the product’s sales links with reviews and instructions on how the material can be useful to this audience.

Discussion Forums: looking for information that is present in the material you promote

You can find online discussion forums about any number of subjects. The advantages of this channel are that it is highly segmented, besides involving people looking for information and answers that the digital products to which you’re an Affiliate provide.

With similar strategies to those used on social media, you can use this channel to recommend the purchase of these info products to clarify countless doubts of the audience. So, make sure of the quality of the information that is provided by the product you’ve chosen to promote.

Email marketing: direct communication to increase sales

Email marketing is a communication channel extremely efficient when used with a well-defined strategy. This means that you need to come up with a segmented contact base to have good results. In order to do that, you can offer alternative content that supply registration on a landing page, that can be added to a tab on your Facebook fan page, for example.

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Tools such as Google Adwords and Facebook Ads can also be used to increase your sales as an Affiliate. Again, on these platforms, you need to consider the cost of acquisition of each customer, the sales conversion, and the price of the commission to be sure if the return on investment is viable.

What about you? Do you use any other channel to boost your sales without having a blog or website?

Share your tips with us in the comments section below!

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Good luck with your business! ;)