Affiliate marketing seems to be everywhere these days– on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and especially on blogs. If you have any sort of online business, you too can be implementing an affiliate marketing strategy for your business.
First, let’s back up a bit. What exactly is an affiliate marketer?
Well, in short, an affiliate marketer is someone who builds a brand relationship between a potential customer and a business.
Everybody tell you to diversify your income, but why? Diversifying your income is a great way to build long term wealth both personally and professionally.
Running a small business can be scary for many and a lot of that fear has to do with money.
By diversifying your income, you’re able to stabilize the amount of money you bring in each month without having as much risk.
Your business shouldn’t rely solely on one client or one product stream. It’s too risky. You never want to have all of your eggs in one basket, because what if that basket goes away?
You can diversify your income streams in a lot of different ways, but we wanted to give you a peak behind the scenes of our business and showcase our different income streams.
Updating your website is one of those things that always goes to the back burner, am I right?
We’re guilty of this too, so this is a judgement free zone!
Your website is an ever evolving important piece of your brand and you want to be always be tweaking and checking in on it to make sure it’s doing its job, which is earning you money!
Because the list of website to dos seems to always be growing, we decided to compile our weekly, monthly, and quarterly website checklists that you can print off and use for your very own website!
We like to schedule time into our calendar when we’ll do these website updates to make sure we remember to do it. If it’s not on the calendar, it won’t happen!
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Oftentimes, your website’s landing page is the first interaction that potential clients or customers will have with you, and of course, your brand.
Maybe they found you through a Facebook group or perhaps they saw a guest post from you on another site.
At any rate, they’ve found you and now that they’re on your landing page, the timer has started and the clock is ticking.
Now is your chance to reel in these potential new customers and keep them hooked, creating life-long partnerships that take your growth from stagnant to explosion.
Want to learn the six landing page tips that will explode business growth and skyrocket your sales? Scroll on!
We all drive traffic to our lead magnets, right? You’d be crazy if you didn’t!
For those of you that are maybe newer to business, lead magnets are free incentives that potential customers receive in exchange for subscribing to your email list. Some common examples of lead magnets:
- Video training
More than likely, you’ve already opted in to several lead magnets in from other business (or maybe you’ve opted in to one of ours!). Lead magnets are an excellent way to drive quality traffic to your site, get email subscribers, and eventually convert those subscribers to customers.
If you want to generate leads online, you need a lead magnet to incentivize customers. It’s that simple.
Once you have a lead magnet created, you need to place it in high-traffic locations so that it will attract as many quality leads and potential clients and customers as possible.
Want to learn 7 ways to drive traffic to your lead magnets? Keep reading, girl boss!