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Recruiting Affiliates in CJ
Looking for creative methods to recruit affiliates
mysterynme




msg:531672
 9:06 pm on Jan 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

I don't like the idea of being charged to send recruiting emails to potential affiliates in the CJ network. Seems to me it would be to their advantage to help me recruit and get more leads and sales.

That being said, does anyone have suggestions to attract more publishers to pick up our offer?

 

Drastic




msg:531673
 9:28 pm on Jan 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

You can:
- list your program with the affiliate program directories.
- create an optimized page for "product-keyword-phrase affiliate program."
- Look for affiliates on your own, and send personalized emails.
- Get creative, try something like cross promoting your program with another similar themed, but non-competitive site that has a program.

psst...might want to fix your profile link

mysterynme




msg:531674
 12:36 am on Jan 16, 2002 (gmt 0)

Thanks Drastic - good suggestions. What do you mean by <create an optimized page for "product-keyword-phrase affiliate program.">

PS - thanks for letting me know about the link. :)

Drastic




msg:531675
 3:23 pm on Jan 16, 2002 (gmt 0)

>What do you mean by <create an optimized page

If you sell gadgets, optimize a page for "gadget affiliate program" (or similar keyphrase - do your research.) When I am looking for an affiliate program for a site, one of the first things I do is go to google and search for something like that. I'm sure other affiliates do the same.

mysterynme




msg:531676
 4:35 pm on Jan 16, 2002 (gmt 0)

Fantastic, thanks.

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