Internet marketing can be used for outbound marketing, but for businesses that use inbound marketing techniques like content marketing, the financial benefit is even greater. The difference between marketing to customers through direct mail or through a website’s blog can be substantial. According to Hightable, the average cost to generate a lead through inbound marketing ($143) is about half the average for outbound marketing ($373). And Hubspot noted that organic search leads have a 14.6 percent close rate, while outbound marketing leads have a 1.7 percent close rate.
One of the things that you’ll learn as you pursue the path of affiliate marketing is the fact that you cannot succeed in one try. The reason for this is there are so many other skills that you have to learn. Creating an affiliate site doesn’t guarantee you success. You need to know how to write a good copy and attract people to visit your site. With that, you will need some copywriting and SEO skills. And that is what this course will help you with. SEO is needed for getting your affiliate sites ranked on the search engines while copywriting is needed to actually get the prospect off the fence to actually buy.
Have your own product? You may want to create your own affiliate program instead. In this course, you’ll learn about the different tools that you can use to create an affiliate program for your website. With these tools, you can automate signups and payments. This means that you no longer have to manually count referrals and send commissions. Everything is done for you. This course is perfect for ecommerce website sellers or people who already have their own products. This will allow them to recruit an army of affiliates to do the marketing for them.