ryanep - 6:07 am on Nov 16, 2010 (gmt 0)
I've finally decided to take the plunge and try to make my own product for sale. I know its a wierd product to come up with but I thought "what the hell", might as well try something strange, see if it works. Make it memorable.
I've taken a couple of months to develop the site with its contents along with all the affiliate material however there's something that I don't really understand with this vendor experience.
How do I get potential affiliates to even look at my product?
I've done all the right things, 75% commission, full affiliate tools and I'm pretty sure the site is good compared to all the rest of the competition. The basic structure of the site and even the free presentation video is inspired from a highly successful "abs" site so I'm pretty sure it'll sell. I've written a huge salespage along with huge testimonials. I've installed exit splash to capture leaving customers. I've even spent alot of time developing the bonuses to give away to buyers.
I'm a brand new vendor so I don't have email addresses of affiliates. What do you guys thing is the best way to get their attention so they'll look at my site?
So far I'm actually searching out affiliates of competitor sites and trying to "whois" their site to get an email address however that isn't going so well. I've got a feeling that my emails are being "junked" and I'm not getting through.
If there's any successful vendor out there I'd really love to hear from you and hopefully you can cast some light on this situation.
Thanks in advance for taking time to read and answer.