Product or service design for long-term engagement

Product or service design for long-term engagement

Lesson Details:
July 30, 2020

I: Introduction

You may have heard of affiliate advertising. It is a kind of marketing where you get paid to promote other people’s products. It can be great for making money online because, unlike ad networks, it doesn’t cost anything to join.

The benefits of affiliate marketing are clear:

You can make money easily without having your own product to sell.

If you find an audience who likes your content, there is no limit to how much you can make.

However, the downside to affiliate marketing is that you will need to invest time and energy in your content to make it valuable.

If you invest your time well, you could make affiliate marketing a successful side income stream. But if you don’t put in the effort, you will likely never see the money that you’re working for.

II: Body

A: Product or service design for long-term engagement

When choosing a product to promote, don’t just look at the products that are popular today. Instead, look for the products that will still be popular in five years.

For example, fidget spinners were all the rage this year. But what you might not know is that they are simply marketed as toys, but they’re actually stress relievers! And even though fidget spinners are here today, gone tomorrow, they are still useful tools for people who are looking for ways to reduce stress. Because of this, it is likely that fidget spinners will continue to be popular for years. Find a product that people are going to want to use again and again, and you will find that affiliate marketing can be very profitable.

B: Create valuable content

When you are promoting other people’s products, it is important to make sure that your content is valuable for your readers. You should avoid creating something that is only valuable for the product that you are promoting. Instead, try to follow the 70/20/10 rule. This means that 70% of your content should focus on providing valuable information, 20% should focus on selling your product, and 10% should focus on selling other products. If you keep this rule in mind when creating content, then you will find it easier to build an audience that trusts you and will buy from you over and over again.

C: Be consistent with your efforts

As with any kind of business, it is important to remain consistent with your efforts if you want to succeed. So don’t let yourself get too discouraged if things aren’t going as planned at first. Consider it a learning experience and keep trying different techniques until you find what works for you. The more consistently you work on your affiliate marketing business, the more money you will make over time.

III: Conclusion

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