An Insight into Affiliate Marketing with freewebstore

7 Oct

Hands up if you want an easy way to make a bit of extra cash, without forking out any upfront fees yourself… If you’ve covertly raised your hand at your computer screen (I won’t judge) then continue to read. If not, read anyway as I’m sure you’ll be convinced at the end of this article…

So what’s the secret? Well, it’s not actually a secret, it’s freewebstore’s fantastic affiliate scheme. With the extremely generous 15% commission, excellent ad management, and reporting facilities – it seems too good to be true. It’s not.

I’ll be highlighting the benefits of the affiliate scheme and be sharing tips on how to maximise your potential earnings with some handy insights!

Firstly…

Financial benefits. Freewebstore offers an extremely generous 15% commission for the LIFETIME of a referred premium subscription. Let’s just put that into numbers:

  • If your referee joins freewebstore for one year on the professional package you’ll earn a cool $54. 🤑
  • If your referee joins freewebstore for one year on the wholesaler package you’ll earn a staggering $270! 🤑 🤑

And the best thing is… If they keep subscribing, you’ll keep earning! Your commission will be paid directly into your PayPal account – or into your bank account (UK customers only).

You don’t need to do anything yourself, just let freewebstore provide the support and, of course, the fantastic product.

Secondly…

You’re in control. That’s the great thing about the affiliate scheme; you’re your own boss. You can control how much/how little you put in (obviously, we recommend putting a lot of effort in). You can choose which marketing channels to use and are most comfortable in – freewebstore won’t put any pressure on you.

It’s so easy to use…

Our affiliate scheme offers a plethora or advertising banners to suit all marketing channels, whether that be on social media or an advertisement on your website – freewebstore has you covered. You don’t even need to tell us you’ve referred someone, we will know who clicks on your link!

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Additionally, we have a thorough and detailed statistics page, to help you keep track of your performance and how well your affiliate scheme is doing.

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Whilst providing you with a fantastic report facilities, allowing you to keep track of all your referrals and, of course, the commission generated.

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So…

If you’re passionate about freewebstore (and let’s face it, why wouldn’t you be) then use this passion to educate your network and generate some extra revenue for yourself.

It benefits everyone, you’re happy as you’ve made yourself a quick buck, your referral is happy as they’ve got themselves a brilliant product and the company are happy as they’ve gained another user! Win, win (win).

If you’re a current freewebstore user, you will already have an affiliate account set up! Just visit your ‘My Account‘ section on your control panel.

However, even if you’re not a freewebstore user, you can sign up to our scheme here.

You can easily paste the HTML code into your website – we’d recommend placing it in the footer.

Now that I’ve convinced you to partake in the freewebstore affiliate scheme, it’s only right that I give you a few tips in order to get the most out of the affiliate schemes.

How to get the most out of the affiliate scheme…

Plan! Every business big or small should have a plan in place. Take a look at this useful article to help you in the planning stage here.

Don’t go for too many affiliate schemes. This one is open for debate, I know a lot of people who say it’s best not to ‘keep all your eggs in one basket’but it’s important not to go for too many, either. The temptation to try and earn as much money as quickly as possible is a hard one to avoid.

However, it is easier to focus on one or two products that you’re passionate about, as opposed to many different products you have no interest in. Your passion and enthusiasm will be picked up and rub off on your audience and would do half the job for you!

Don’t oversell and bombard the reader with tonnes of information. Instead, educate the audience on why they should sign up to this product. Provide an honest review, mention any negatives aspects too. Promote how successful this product has been for you and the benefits it could bring to them.

By promoting and recommending the product itself to your readers will help in the buying process – people love to buy from people they trust. In fact, 84% of consumers say they either completely or somewhat trust recommendations from family, colleagues, and friends about products and services (Nielson).

There’s nothing worse than ‘sell, sell, sell’ – it’s not nice face to face so why would it be in the digital world?!

Be active! Get a blog, social media as well as a website. Note, the audience will vary on the different platforms you use, so don’t copy and paste content everywhere. Taylor this to the specific audience. For example, LinkedIn and Twitter will be different. Twitter will require you to get brief, straight to the point and regular updates. Marketing on LinkedIn will require you to engage differently, building up relationships with the audience, writing detailed articles etc. Remember, content is king.

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Additionally, joining forums and learning off people embarking on similar campaigns will be beneficial. There are numerous platforms and forums to help provide you with useful hints and tips, such as affilorama and affiliate fix.

I hope this has helped you in your quest to affiliate stardom, if you have any comments or suggestions please post them below!

2 Responses to “An Insight into Affiliate Marketing with freewebstore”

  1. Charlene February 21, 2017 at 12:37 am #

    Hi I’d like to become an affiliate please

    • Matthew February 21, 2017 at 10:22 am #

      Hi, Charlene.

      You can sign up to our affiliate scheme via this link. 🙂

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