Quit Your Job With High Ticket Affiliate Programs

Please raise your hand if you want to quit your job, spend more time with your friends and family, and never worry about paying bills ever again? Now say hello to high ticket affiliate programs. In my opinion, it’s the only worthwhile way to do affiliate marketing, and here’s a story to illustrate my point. There’s two types of affiliate marketers: Mr. High Ticket and Mr. Low Ticket. Mr. High Ticket sells products that earn him, $1,000, $3,000, $5,000, even $10,000 per sale. Even on a slow month, when Mr. High Ticket only makes 10 sales, he’s still clearing $10k AT LEAST (but probably more). So he can afford to take his family out to nice dinners, go on vacations, hit the golf course, and enjoy the fruits of a financially stress free life. Mr. Low Ticket sells products that earn him $10, $20, even $50 per sale. On a hot month when Mr. Low Ticket makes 100 sales, he clears AT BEST $5000 (but probably less). (this used to be me). Now don’t get me wrong, an extra $5,000 a month is still a lot of money, but high ticket will get you to your goals a lot faster with the same amount of work. With the right system and tools, you could easily hit that $10k+ per month mark and let the bottom-feeders fight over the $20 per sale commissions. Follow this post and we’ll walk through how to leverage high ticket affiliate programs so you can quit your job and live life on your own terms. 3 Tips To Selling High Ticket Affiliate Programs Successfully Tip #1 Ignore The Myth That It’s Harder To Sell High-Ticket There’s a lot of people out there who will tell you it’s easier to sell low-ticket affiliate products than high ticket affiliate products. That’s crap. They’re just afraid to sell high-ticket because they don’t believe anyone would spend that much money. However, there’s an ocean of men and women out there who like to go fast and who are willing to invest more to get more. This happens all the time in the real world of business. For example, if you want to franchise a McDonalds, you need a minimum of $750,000 of non-borrowed personal resources to even be considered. For Subway, it’s anywhere from $84,000 to $258,000. So don’t doubt for a second that there aren’t people out there willing to spend $1k-$10k on internet marketing products and business opportunities. In fact, the top-tier company I’m aligned with regularly pays out $800k+ in commissions bi-monthly to its affiliates. Tip #2 Identify Your Hungry Buyer How much money would you make if you marketed angus beef burgers to a room full of vegetarians? Nothing, right. I see people all the time making the same mistake online. They are marketing the wrong products to the wrong crowd. You have to identify who your hungry buyer is, so you can market to them perfectly. Identify their pains, problems, struggles, wants, desires, and needs. Know your target buyers demographics – age, sex, income, location, language, etc. The more clearly defined your target prospect is, the easier it is to market the right high-ticket products to them. Tip #3 Use A System That Does The Hard Work For You You can create your own products, capture pages, sales funnels, email follow-ups, and do your own phone sales… … or you can leverage a system that already has all the pieces in place and does most of the hard work for you. For example, a McDonalds franchisee can leverage the McDonalds brand name, marketing spend, hiring process, cooking process, etc. All he has to focus on is providing a good service when people come in the door and he knows he will recoup back his initial investment in 3 years time and be in profit. Apply the same strategy online. Find a done-for-you marketing system that does 80% of the hard work for you, so all you have to do is focus on driving the right people to that offer. Follow those 3 tips and you’ll position yourself to earn big-time commissions so you can quit your 9-5 and spend more time doing what you want to do.


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