When Sales Pages Suck You Won’t Sell Crap

If a picture paints a thousand words then your words can paint a thousand pictures. Sales Pages are your words to paint that picture.

Now true enough, there are many affiliate programs that use state of the art sales pages; i.e. when people go click on the site via your affiliate link, many of them will buy. BUT…. There are other possible scenarios that happen. Once you learn about these, you can nip them in the bud and resolve to get even more affiliate sales.

First, not all affiliate programs have great sales letters. While, others do have great sales letters, they seem a little repetitive or hide the ordering and price information dozens of screens away – when the product is so good many people just want to buy – but in reality they get bored and click away!

So deal with the first problem and get better copy to make more sales. But to deal with the problem of being repetitive or hide the ordering and price information dozens of screens away: Get shorter “Buy It Now!” copy to make more sales.

But, I hear you saying, “It’s their copy, what can I do about it?” Well the solution to both problems is Pre-sell The Affiliate Product Yourself!!!
So here’s how to do that. Create your own Pre-sell Affiliate Product Sales Page and end it with your affiliate sales link.

You can take all the best sales copy bits from the products sales page, add your own sales copy (or get someone to do this for you) and have your affiliate order link on the page. Make sure you pretty much cover these main areas in your sales copy for maximum sales potential.

The 4 Main Things To Cover In Your Sales Pages

  1. Capture Attention with a Great Headline – Study headlines that draw your attention. Check popular ones in newspapers and online articles today that make you “click” and want to read more. Then jot down a bunch of possible titles that focus around the main benefit offered by your product and select the best one for your sales page. (You can always test clicks and try another title later, too).
  2. Interest & Desire – Develop interest by telling a short story about how your product helped someone – you! Paint a picture with your words. Then create desire for your reader. Tell them “What’s in it for you?” Then list complete bullet-ed reasons of exactly what time your product will save them, how much work, etc.
  3. Testimonials / Proof – Include short blurbs from client feedback about how they enjoyed using the product. Many of these should already be on the affiliate site for you to use in your material.
  4. Call to Action – Ask for the sale. Tell your reader exactly what to do and close the sale.

Have You Thought Of This?

Promote your affiliate product by coming up with a new idea of how you can use it in a different way… people love that and will buy it just to try your new method of use. They want to know even more reasons for buy it.

Learn more about being an affiliate by getting your complementary copy of my new eBook “Become A Super Affiliate” HERE



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