Your first affiliate promotion. It’s normally a time of confusion, experimentation, and most of the time, failure. But what in case your very first affiliate promotion may truly be an enormous success and open the door to much more success sooner or later? That’s what occurred to at this time’s visitor and we’re sharing precisely how she succeeded in her first affiliate promotion ever.
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Your first affiliate promotion. It’s normally a time of confusion, experimentation, and most of the time, failure. But what in case your very first affiliate promotion may truly be an enormous success and open the door to much more success sooner or later?
That’s what occurred to at this time’s visitor, and we’re sharing precisely how she succeeded in her very first affiliate promotion ever.
Hey, welcome again. And man, I’m enthusiastic about this episode as a result of we’re speaking about one thing we’ve actually by no means talked about earlier than.
Your very first affiliate promotion. Yeah, I imply, I’ve talked about get began, and I’ve shared the steps to do this, however we by no means actually dove into, okay, how will we truly execute our very first affiliate promotion? As I mentioned within the intro, first affiliate promotions are normally a bit bit scary.
Most individuals don’t know what the heck they’re stepping into. They’re complicated. What a swipe copy? When’s the webinar? How do I handle all of this? How do I do a promo calendar?
How many emails do I ship? Like, I don’t know do something. And normally, they’re failures. And that’s superb. That’s completely cool. Failure is an effective factor.
We consider in that. We discuss failing quick as an organization, attempting new issues, have a bias in the direction of motion. In faculty, getting a 65% is taken into account a failure.
You get an F, they don’t even offer you an E. They skip E and offer you an F. But in the true world, 65% is so significantly better, infinitely higher than zero, that I might quite you fail than not take motion in any respect.
So, yeah, first affiliate promotion normally fails, however they don’t must be that means. And that’s what at this time’s episode is all about. A few years in the past, I used to be teaching two of our purchasers in our your Affiliate Launch coach program, Jason and Cecilia Hilkey from Happily Family, and so they had a summit developing.
It was referred to as the Happily Family Conference. I believe the summit earlier than, I believe it did like, one thing like 20-25000 attendees, which is superior. But Jason got here to us and Cecilia, and so they mentioned, we’d like assist.
We want to scale this. We helped them get greater than 100,000 attendees for his or her subsequent convention. It was insane.
And this was largely resulting from superior associates that they labored with, like Keira Merkovsky. Keira is a household therapist. Like, she primarily coaches Moms on being an excellent mothers, and coping with the stress that may carry.
She’s constructed dimension viewers, however not big, and had following, however she’d by no means performed an affiliate promotion earlier than till this one. So she’s not like some web marketer particular person doing like, okay, ‘Hey, person, with 200,000 people on your list, how did you make $50,000?’ ‘Well, I sent a couple of emails to my giant list.’
That’s not useful. Right? So we’re going to speak about her very first affiliate promotion. Very first one. So how did it go? Like, how did it go together with Keira?
We’re going to must hearken to my interview along with her to search out out. More importantly, you’re going to learn how she did it. There are tons of nice classes on this interview, not just for first-time associates however for anybody who needs to get again to the fundamentals to extend their affiliate gross sales.
So let’s dive proper into my interview with Keira Merkovsky.
Matt: Well, welcome, Keira.
Keira: Hi.Thanks for having me.
Matt: So I’m actually enthusiastic about this at this time as a result of we had been simply chatting earlier than we got here on right here recording this, and also you had no thought what the heck we had been doing at this time, which is so cool. We’re going to speak about your that is your first-ever affiliate promotion, and also you promoted Jason and Cecilia Hilkey’s. Happily. Family convention.
Jason and Cecilia are purchasers of ours, and I’m actually enthusiastic about this as a result of it’s so cool to get, like, a contemporary perspective on issues. Like, so lots of our profiles, it’s like yeah, numerous them, they share comparable issues, and so they’re coming from a spot of expertise. I truly love that that is coming from a spot of you had no thought what you had been doing whenever you first began.
So received some cool stuff at this time for everyone. So inform us actual fast, I imply, this was your first affiliate promotion. How lengthy have you ever been constructing your platform earlier than you probably did that?
Keira: Yeah, I began working with Cecilia and Jason, truly, in 2018, and so they had been serving to me to study the web world of enterprise. That was in October of 2018, and I actually didn’t begin constructing the enterprise till in all probability the center of 2019, after which the convention was in January. So I’ve been doing my enterprise in particular person for a bit over ten years, however the on-line factor is quite new for me.
Matt: Okay, and who do you serve?
Keira: I serve primarily mothers and fogeys basically, however primarily the viewers tends to be mothers of children who’re preschool or elementary-age youngsters. There’s a wider vary, however that’s the vast majority of the viewers.
Matt: Yeah. And so identical to, in a basic sense, I might think about you’re speaking about issues like potty coaching. That can be, like, very early on, I assume.
Keira: Really…Yeah, that’d be a bit earlier.
Matt: What do you discuss along with your viewers?
Keira: I assume I’m a licensed psychological well being therapist. Yeah. And so by way of the web enterprise, I speak with them about parenting. And even deeper than that, it’s about emotional regulation and managing our personal reactions and responses to our youngsters after which serving to the children to handle their very own emotional reactions and responses as effectively, simply to assist individuals have a larger connection and simply extra gratifying and efficient lives. When you’re not dominated by your feelings, it’s much more gratifying to stay.
Matt: I can inform you. This is a aspect notice that has been big for me, simply realizing that my youngsters don’t make a large number as a result of they’re attempting to make my life depressing.
It’s as a result of they’re kids. I don’t know if individuals are conscious of this, however from in regards to the age of like, one to 12, they haven’t any sense of what slobbery is. And I bear in mind, like, I used to get so pissed off to Felley, and I simply realized, what?
They don’t have a clue. Wow. Our son the opposite day, he’s 4 and a half, we had some rooster nuggets from the day earlier than.
We’re driving house, he simply decides to whip one out and begin consuming it. They didn’t been sitting within the automotive for twenty-four hours.
Keira: Oh My God.
Matt: It doesn’t happen to him that that’s actually, doubtlessly lethal. It’s meals, it’s there, let’s eat it and begin realizing, okay, my kids aren’t morons. Not taking it personally, perhaps I’m the one one who’s ever felt that means, was actually, actually large for me.
This is a instructing second, so I recognize what you’re doing, and I’m wanting ahead to partaking extra along with your stuff. Even although I do know your viewers is usually mothers, I do know I can study rather a lot.
So that mentioned, you probably did this promotion. Talk a bit bit about what attracted you to selling this. I do know you knew Jason and Cecilia, however was there one thing explicit that you simply regarded for on this promotion that mentioned that’ll resonate with my viewers?
Keira: Well, this was the primary time I had been an affiliate, so I used to be actually on the lookout for any and all info that I may get to be able to achieve success with it.
And I actually prefer to understand how issues work. I really feel like all the things is time or cash. In essence, you possibly can spend your time researching do issues, or you possibly can pay any person who already is aware of do it to show you.
For me, it was actually gratifying to have you ever inform me the ins and outs of issues in order that I didn’t must go spend that point researching it and studying it by myself. And I actually simply needed to know what to do and when simply lay out a plan for me. And I felt like that was what you delivered, and it helped me have a greater understanding of how I may very well be efficient with the launch.
Matt: Awesome. So particularly, although, like, selling this, you’re going to take this summit and share it along with your viewers. You’re selling for the primary time.
What was it about what they’re doing that’s going to resonate with my viewers?
Keira: Yeah. Yes. Well, Jason and Cecilia, are altering the world by serving to dad and mom and empowering dad and mom with instruments and knowledge to assist them be the dad and mom that they need to be. And that’s my coronary heart and soul proper there, helps dad and mom not solely be ok with the journey and the job that they’re doing however to actually benefit from the journey of parenting and thrive in it.
And I really feel like once they have the instruments to assist them with parenting and assist them take care of all of the struggles that include the interior struggles that include parenting, that’s the success proper there. So Jason and Cecilia deal with that, and I actually needed to ship that to my viewers.
Matt: Nice. Love that. So you talked about you talked about this coaching one thing that we do for our purchasers. We practice their associates. What was your preconceived notion, however what was your like going into this? What was your view of how this was going to work from the way you had been going to market it or any preconceived notions? I assume I can’t consider a greater phrase. I’m going to run with that that you simply had about selling issues as an affiliate.
Keira: Honestly, I had no thought. So the one factor I may have give you was publish it on Facebook and Instagram and ask pals to share it. I knew e mail, clearly, is an choice, however I didn’t essentially know go about doing that in a means that might be effectively-obtained by my viewers. Yeah. So Facebook and Instagram had been my go-to previous to this.
Matt: Did you find yourself sending emails?
Keira: I didn’t truly find yourself sending emails for this explicit launch. The purpose being my e mail checklist was nonetheless fairly small at that time, and the concern of individuals leaping ship was fairly nice, and of simply needed to dig in a bit bit extra and study a bit extra earlier than I did the emails.
Matt: Sure. That’s a very justifiable factor. I do know when the checklist is small, seeing even a couple of individuals depart is prefer it actually is. It’s like shedding a pet.
Keira: It is.
Matt: It’s like, oh, 50 individuals left at this time. Whatever, ? Yeah, precisely. Not as large of a deal.
So very cool. So, okay. Now, coming again to that, you talked about the coaching that we did. We got here on and we taught Jason associates principally promote. We gave them some methods and a few totally different ways that they may use. And you had been saying to me that you simply watched it and also you realized rather a lot and you probably did a few of the stuff, however you didn’t do all of the stuff.
And after all, I shared, like, 18 issues. It’s like decide and select. Don’t do all of them. What was one thing I need to simply park there for a minute? What was one thing that you simply did try this labored rather well for you, that perhaps you wouldn’t have thought to have performed till that coaching?
Keira: In phrases of that launch, I had taken some notes right here.
Matt: Just for everyone watching. This was like 5 and a half months in the past once I’m like, ‘Hey, remember?’ ‘No, I don’t.’
Keira: Right. Actually, the one factor that I do do not forget that I did do was the particular subjects that you simply had given us. You’d given us an overview by way of when to ship issues and several types of subjects that we may use, like choosing a speaker or speaking about your speak, or I can’t bear in mind all of the issues, however you actually broke it all the way down to issues that had been relevant to that convention.
And whereas I didn’t try this in e mail, I did try this on social media. So I adopted that e mail platform, however I used social media. And for me, that was actually useful, giving me these totally different concepts and operating with that.
Matt: So should you’re selling a summit, what Kira was simply sharing, should you’re selling a summit, among the best methods, as a result of I don’t know if I mentioned this on that coaching, however in a launch, whenever you’re selling one thing that has, like, an e book after which a video, one video, two movies, three, a webinar, there are various things. Like, I’m going to advertise the e book, after which I’m going to advertise the video after which the opposite video, after which the webinar, and it offers you what we name ETMs excuses to mail, excuses to advertise.
In a summit. It’s like, ‘The summit starts on the 20th.’ ‘The summit still starts on the 20th.’ ‘Did you hear the summit starts on the 20th?’ Like there’s nothing new.
So what we taught you and you probably did I like that you simply took that was you picked one speaker and centered on that speaker and what they’re going to speak about and a spotlight about them. And then you definitely picked a subject that was going to come back up within the summit and also you discovered totally different excuses to advertise. So that’s superior.
What’s yet another factor that you simply did that labored rather well for you in selling this summit?
Keira: Honestly, I don’t assume this was one thing we essentially talked about, however within the coaching. But I did numerous private attain outs to people who I knew had affect with different people who had been in my viewers. Right?
People which are linked to me so I do know lots of people. So I might simply ship textual content messages or private emails and allow them to know what was occurring, and ask them to share. And they did. They shared with their viewers both by way of e mail or social media. And that was one of the crucial profitable ways for me.
Matt: That is superior. Yeah. So within the May 2020 backstage move, everybody talked about that one on one attain outs and the way highly effective these could be. So go test that out. If you may have entry to that and should you don’t, attain out to us and we’ll get you entry. So, Keira, I like that you simply did that.
That is one thing that lots of people don’t do as a result of they don’t see the massive individuals doing that as a result of they don’t must. And they assume perhaps that they’re imagined to do what the massive individuals do. But whenever you’re beginning out and also you’re scrappy and also you’re small, numerous that one on one attain outs could be very highly effective.
So kudos for that. That’s superior. Yeah, we educate something about that in that coaching. I may need so as to add that truly credit score will go to you, although, on that technique. So I like that. So I’m truly going to star that there for future use, one thing we must always positively educate.
So what’s one thing that you simply perhaps tried or that you simply did on this that perhaps simply didn’t go so effectively for you, that perhaps you had an I don’t know, simply didn’t go effectively in any no matter means it didn’t go effectively. I don’t even know what that means can be.
Keira: I don’t truthfully know. I assume perhaps my therapist’s thoughts tends to not deal with the issues that didn’t go effectively. I truthfully can’t consider something. I simply sort of went with it and was pushing by way of and I didn’t take something personally by way of if individuals didn’t reply once I did the one-on-one attain outs.
And I felt extra assured placing myself on the market on social media as a result of it was a bit bit extra comfy. So I don’t know of something that didn’t go effectively. I believed the entire issues that you simply did educate us actually resonated with me and sort of opened my thoughts. And I did truly return and use the e-mail sort of structure that you simply had given us once I did the primary on-line launch of my class. So I did circle again to that and located that actually useful.
Matt: Okay, we’re going to come back again to that as a result of I believe that’s actually cool. That’s truly the third particular person we’ve had do certainly one of these insider profiles that mentioned what you simply mentioned, and I by no means actually pressed him on it. So we’re going to come back again to that.
So it seems like in a means that this type of helps you. You mentioned one thing in there such as you received previous perhaps a bit little bit of concern or uncomfortableness of reaching out and selling. And it seems like this simply, I don’t know, opened up some stuff in you that allowed you to develop into higher general along with your platform. Would you say that’s true or am I placing an excessive amount of?
Keira: Yeah, completely. I’m positively one which’s of the mindset that should you sort of lean into your fears, then that opens up doorways. So I used to be actually nervous about having or not it’s my first affiliate launch and all of that, however I actually took to coronary heart the encouragement that you simply had given.
One of the issues that you simply had mentioned in that coaching was that you simply’re gifting one thing to those individuals, and whenever you present issues to them, it opens up doorways and makes it simpler for you to have the ability to promote to them later. So I sort of had that at the back of my thoughts once I was placing myself on the market and reaching out on social media and one on one attain out.
Matt: So cool, so cool. I’ve a sense that helped you in your launch, which we’ll discuss in a second. So as you had been selling, I’m simply curious should you had any detrimental suggestions out of your viewers in any respect.
Keira: No, I didn’t get any detrimental suggestions and actually, I received numerous gratitude for sharing, which isn’t a shock, nevertheless it’s at all times fantastic to listen to.
Matt: Sure, that’s one thing we do hear tales sometimes of detrimental suggestions from selling one thing. And I don’t know should you’re accustomed to the phrase critics math, however principally critics math says 1000 compliments plus one insult equals one insult. And I simply needed to ask that query. You didn’t have any, so that you didn’t must take care of it and I’m not attempting to scare you. Eventually, you’ll.
Keira: Yes. And that’s okay. Cool.
Matt: So I used to be going to ask you ways you handled it, however because you didn’t have any, we’re simply going to rejoice that you simply didn’t have any. Right on. So let’s come again to how this set you up sort of on your launch. First of all, when was your launch?
Matt: It was in okay, what month? Are we in?
Keira: It was in March.
Matt: Okay, so two months later, roughly, what was the launch for?
Keira: It was for an internet parenting class.
Matt: Okay, so how did the expertise selling one thing as an affiliate, you talked about a selected factor that we’ll discuss, however how did that set you up on your personal launch? Just from numerous standpoints?
Keira: I believe the principle factor is it had given me expertise reaching out to individuals, as I mentioned, social media and private attain outs with a few of these fears initially and people insecurities. And since I had gotten such suggestions for sharing, that gave me extra braveness as effectively. And then when it got here to my very own launch, I used to be pleased with what I used to be providing, and identical to I used to be with Jason and Cecilia’s Summit, and so I used to be in a position to make use of that e mail technique that you simply had given us, and I wasn’t as frightened about individuals unsubscribing or having something detrimental to say. So I don’t know if that solutions your query.
Matt: Yeah, it does. I imply, numerous it seems like was the mindset.
Keira: Yes. There you go.
Matt: Okay, so was there a selected technique, although, simply from I’m going to simply go pure advertising and marketing technique you bought both from one thing I taught within the coaching or simply your personal expertise or watching Jason and Cecilia that helped you in your personal promotion.
Keira: The greatest factor was interested by having a plan by way of the emails and having the subjects be related to what individuals needed to listen to, but additionally promoting the course. And so it wasn’t all about promoting. It had beneficial content material in there with every of these emails, but additionally the frequency with which these emails had been despatched after which the observe-up on these.
Specifically, I do know you had taught us in that coaching to go to those that e mail that hadn’t been opened and resent these and alter sure tweaks, sure issues within the topic line after which every paragraph. So that was very helpful. And once more, the define of understanding when to ship emails and never fearing the unsubscribes.
So I’m going to take a second to show that actual fast because you touched on it. I had no intention of this, however I believe it’s highly effective, and perhaps one thing I say will function a reminder for you. So the essential technique there, guys, is to just be sure you are mailing your unopens.
Typically, if we’re speaking a few summit, on this explicit case, it’s all in regards to the summit. You begin selling seven to 10 days earlier than the summit. And like we talked about, there’s not likely an entire lot that adjustments.
You’re selling the identical factor. So you bought to deal with who you mail to. You need to mail to those that haven’t opened or engaged with the content material but. And one of many best methods to do this is about two to 4 days later, sending the very same e mail a second time. Then you don’t must.
I understand how exhausting it’s to put in writing an e mail. It takes me a half hour to put in writing e mail, generally longer. That’s numerous time. I don’t have numerous time, so I take the identical e mail.
But what you do is you tweak one little factor within the topic line after which one little factor in every paragraph. It could be so simple as altering the phrase superior to superb. It could be so simple as altering a interval to an ellipse, altering a touch to a colon, or one change in every paragraph.
There is proof to counsel you don’t have to alter one thing in each paragraph, however we do exactly to be protected, as a result of we don’t actually know Gmail’s algorithm. And Gmail is like 70% of e mail now. And so that you try this.
You ship it. The purpose you do that’s it doesn’t thread the dialog. Most individuals thread their conversations in Gmail. I personally don’t, as a result of it annoys the crap out of me. That’s an entire totally different story. And so, yeah, that’s how one can keep away from that threading with out having to rewrite the entire e mail.
Usually, we will tweak an e mail in 90 seconds, two minutes tops, and also you get an entire new e mail for principally two minutes of time. So use that technique, which is superior, I believe. Would I be proper in saying that simply the truth that you had promoted something, whether or not it had been the summit or one thing else a few months earlier than, positively confirmed you that your viewers wasn’t going to, like, revolt?
Would I be proper in saying, and I do know I’m proper in saying this identical to the mechanics of selling one thing simply make it rather a lot simpler when it got here to your personal launch. Like having performed it sort of like observe.
Keira: 100% proper. ‘Done is better than perfect’ is likely one of the sayings that continually goes by way of my thoughts once I’m doing this on-line enterprise.
Because because it’s all new. Pretty a lot all the things I do is a primary-time kind of factor at this level. So the truth that I had performed the launch with Jason and Cecilia had given me a lift of confidence.
It had given me that have, and it completely made my very own launch simpler in that sense. And I’m on the point of do one other launch on the finish of this month and simply checking in on my stage of concern about that or nervousness. It’s a lot lower than it was.
Yes. And so simply getting issues performed and doing it and having that have, as you mentioned, it has a lot worth.
Matt: Yeah. And you’re selling any person else’s summit, so the chance was actually low. You didn’t must create a product. You didn’t must oh, my viewers didn’t like that.
You realized some stuff. That’s what we educate. It’s like, hey, go observe on different individuals’s stuff, not yours. Your course is your child. It’s taking a decade-plus of data and expertise and placing it into an internet course. Like, it’s actually your child. And then should you don’t know promote it, that may actually suck. I like that you simply use this as a springboard.
So, Keira, final couple of questions right here. If you could possibly give any person who’s sort of the place you had been again when Jason and Cecilia first approached you about selling, they’ve a small checklist, a small following. They’re proper the place you had been.
I imply, we’ll simply say, like, December, what would you inform them?
Keira: I might say simply leap in, simply give it a try to see what occurs, and study. Take the nice and depart the unhealthy. Learn from the unhealthy, after which let go and take the nice and tweak it and transfer ahead. Just get higher and higher. The extra you do, the higher you get. And the concern of what may occur doesn’t do you any good. It simply holds you again. So leap in.
That’s what I might inform them.
Matt: Love it. Last query right here. I do know you had some individuals who signed up for Jason and Cecilia’s all-entry move, and also you had a few of your individuals go deeper with them. Have you heard from any of them? And in that case, what’s been sort of the good story that you simply’ve heard to date?
Keira: Have I heard from any of the people who watched the summit that they did? Yeah. Oh, my gosh. Yes. I had shut pals. I had a household. I had full strangers. Reach out to me and thank me for sharing the summit and letting me know simply particular tales about the way it has been. Some of you may have mentioned life-altering for them as a result of it shifted the way in which that they perceived their position as a guardian.
Just that small shift, how that had a serious affect on their relationship with their little one. And I believe simply dad and mom are hungry for info, and so they had been very grateful to have been provided that summit and all the data that was in it. Yes, I had nice suggestions from it throughout.
Matt: It’s actually cool.
Keira: It actually fed my hearth or fueled the hearth to make me need to proceed serving dad and mom and serving to them to benefit from the journey.
Matt: I like that. It’s an attractive factor when you are able to do one thing like that that serves you. Clearly, everyone knows the advantages of affiliate internet marketing. You get to earn a living with out creating your product, and that’s nice.
But you additionally had been capable of serve lots of people and there’s numerous households. I don’t know if Dana Abraham.
Matt: I helped Dana out final fall along with her launch. And yeah, I bear in mind one of many issues I’ve battled with over actually over the past ten years is, does my work matter?
Is it actually like doing something of significance? Right? We all need to have significance I’ve sort of reached that time as soon as I hit my thirty s, I used to be like, I’ve made sufficient cash, I simply need to have significance.
And I used to be like, I had this revelation a few week after her launch. She helps dad and mom who’re principally referred to as ‘Calm the Chaos’, as , and you’ll think about, the identify just about explains what she does. And we had a bedtime.
It was a kind of good bedtimes. The youngsters went to mattress, we had a hug. It was a pleasant tempo. The youngsters brushed their tooth, went to the toilet, put them to mattress. They mentioned I like you one final time. It was like actually out of a film, proper? And I bear in mind strolling down the steps. I received midway down the steps and this thought hit me. I used to be like, oh my gosh, that’s what most of our bedtimes are like.
This is like so cool. And then it hit me as I continued down the steps, that we had helped a few of her associates who beforehand had made like zero, one or two gross sales make 30, 40, 50 gross sales. And I used to be simply doing the fast math.
I used to be like, effectively, if I assist that particular person make an additional 35 gross sales, I used to be like, I helped her associates make an additional 200 gross sales. That’s doubtlessly 200 households who tonight are having the identical expertise. I simply had that three weeks in the past. Their bedtime was like, any person’s going to die. It was complete chaos and so they had been having a peaceable again time. And I used to be like, I assume what I do issues.
That was like a cool revelation for me that I may have that sort of affect and it’s means down the road. I helped the affiliate who offered Dana’s product, who helped them, who’s now serving to their youngsters, and I used to be like, oh my gosh, that’s actually cool. And that’s the great thing about affiliate internet marketing, is you’re capable of assist individuals that you simply gained’t even be the one who helps them, it’ll be any person else, however presumably even any person else.
And it’s actually cool. So right here. I simply need to thanks. I need to congratulate you and acknowledge you. I imply, it’s so cool that you simply determined to leap into my world, so to talk. I like these items.
You sleep and breathe it, and it’s simply so cool to listen to from any person who’s new to it. Congratulations by yourself launch, which is simply superior.
Keira: Thank you. Thank you. I actually loved the coaching that you simply did, and I loved being right here with you at this time, so I recognize it. Thank you.
And so, for these watching who’re mothers and so they’re involved in studying a bit bit extra about you, the place can they discover you, Keira?
Keira: You can go to my web site, it’s www.relationshipcubed.com simply spelled out, and that’s in all probability one of the best place to search out me. And then from there, you possibly can join with me on social media.
Matt: Awesome. Where in some unspecified time in the future, she is going to promote an affiliate supply to you.
Keira: Looking ahead to it.
Matt: Awesome. Well. Thank you, Keira.
Keira: Thank you, Matt.
So, as at all times, I might love to listen to from you about your greatest takeaway from my dialog with Keira. Text me anytime and I’ll make sure that to share these with Keira. By the way in which, I do know she’d love to listen to what you bought from this interview. Text me at 260-217-4619. I might love to listen to from you.
We received hyperlinks to all the things we talked about within the present notes. If you need to join with Kira, we’ve received hyperlinks to her Facebook and her websites. You can go take a look at her stuff should you’re like so many, you may have youngsters and your mother and also you need to be a greater mother. Keira is the go-to particular person for that, at the least that I do know.
I’ve additionally received hyperlinks on your affiliate launch, Coach, which is at your affiliatelaunchcoach.com. You can take a look at get entangled with that and get the sort of consequence Jason and Cecilia received. We’re speaking up almost 5 occasions improve from a bit bit over 20,000 to over 100,000 attendees. Those are the sort of outcomes we get for our purchasers, Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi, we helped their staff final yr.
They did their greatest launch ever. Jeff Walker did his second greatest launch ever, his greatest one. And I believe eleven or twelve years, these are the sorts of outcomes we get for purchasers and so go test that out Youraffiliatelaunchcoach.com. We’ll put a hyperlink to that within the present notes as effectively. And lastly, be sure you hit subscribe as a result of, within the subsequent episode, we’re going to speak about promote challenges as an affiliate. Challenges are so freaking scorching proper now, and there’s purpose for it.
Like, they’re simple to advertise. They supply large worth to your viewers. They convert insanely excessive. So we’re going to take a deep dive subsequent week into why challenges work and share a few of the methods that we’ve received. We’ve run a few challenges. I say a pair, we’ve run like a dozen now ourselves.
And for purchasers, we’ve labored with the grasp of Challenges, Pedro Adao, and we’re going to speak about promote challenges. Max out these affiliate commissions whenever you’re selling them, so be sure you hit subscribe so that you don’t miss that episode. I’ll see you then.