Has always ran the block like tiny little gangstas.
A question comes from John who asks:
“Isaiah, I keep looking for products to promote as an affiliate and what bothers me is when I see Value of $497 but they sell the product for like $10 – what should I do”
Believe it or not this is far easier to deal with than you think.
Ask yourself if they give a valid reason to discount the offer?
And I mean a real reason, not some BS like “only for a limited time” because often times when you see offers like that it is not true.
(completely different than what you see what I do)
Ask yourself if you would pay their value price for the offer.
Traffic Example Mach 3 (just a stupid example) has a value of $1,997 but you can have it for $497 – yep you get 1,000 guaranteed visitors to your squeeze page for only $497.
Would you pay $1,997 for it.
If the answer is no – then why the hell would you buy it for $497.
Same deal as the question originally asked.
If it has a value of $497 yet sells for $10 and I wouldn’t pay $497 for it, I won’t touch for $10
Ask if the Vendor ever sold the product for $497 and can they show you that they did.
If they can’t – well you know what not to promote
You also know why I rarely attach values to any of my products.
Unless I’ve sold said offers for the amount I am saying the value is worth.
But that is just me…
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