Thanks so much for partnering with me and helping me promote How to Make Bone Broth 101!
Every sale you make of the course earns a 50% commission.
Becoming an affiliate and then promoting the course is very easy!
Sign Up as an Affiliate
I use ClickBank for my affiliate program and they handle all the sales and payments. Go to www.clickbank.com and click the “create an account” link at the top right of the page. Don’t worry, it’s free to create an account. You will have an option to receive weekly or bi-weekly payments via direct deposit or via a check in the mail.
If you already have a ClickBank account, skip this step.
Get Your Personal Code
1. Once you’ve signed up and logged in, click the “Marketplace” link at the top of the page. In the search bar type in the course name, How to Make Bone Broth 101. The course information should appear.
2. Next, click the “Promote” button. A pop up box will appear. Put in your account name and then click “create.” This will give you your personal code (also called a “hop link”) that you’ll use to promote the course.
Note: So that you can find the course easily when you log back into Clickbank, just click “Add to Favorite” under the Promote button. On the left hand side of your screen you’ll see a “Resources” box. Just click the “Bookmarks” link and the course info will appear.
3. Copy the code that you see and then share it anywhere you want – Facebook, a blog post, an email newsletter, etc. When people click the link and make a purchase, you will get credit for a sale. It’s that simple!
How to Promote the Course
There are many ways you can do this. It’s totally up to you. Here are 3 of the more common ways to do it.
1. Write a blog review
Share your experience about the course in a blog post. Explain what you liked about it, how you benefited and how and why others will benefit. Use your personal code at least twice in the review. However, make sure to end the review with the code in a strong “call to action.”
Hint: Try to write a post that will show up high in internet search rankings so that your post will continue to generate sales in the future. Think of unique keywords that people will search for. For example, using the keywords “bone broth” is probably too general. However, keywords like, “how to make bone broth” or “basic bone broth recipes” have a better chance to rank well. Note: if this keyword stuff is a little too techy for you, don’t worry about it!
2. Share in an email newsletter
This is a similar to a review, just in an email newsletter format. You can also write a short snippet in your email that links to a longer blog post review.
3. Share on social media
Simply share your code in a post on your social media accounts – Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.
Use the Promo Video
You can find it here on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sRUAuQkTWA
Underneath the video, click “share” and then you’ll have a few options for different ways to share it – via the URL above, an embed code for a blog post or a direct email.
Here are some graphics to help you promote the course. Save them to your desktop or a file on your computer and use them in anyway you want! Make sure to link your personal code to any images as well.