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How To Properly Communicate With Your Affiliates Using Email

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This presentation is from Affiliate Summit East 2013 (August 18-20, 2013) in Philadelphia, PA). Session Description: Learn best practices and powerful strategies on how to properly communicate with …

This presentation is from Affiliate Summit East 2013 (August 18-20, 2013) in Philadelphia, PA). Session Description: Learn best practices and powerful strategies on how to properly communicate with and activate your affiliate base. View real life examples of good, bad, and ugly welcome and recruitment emails.

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  • 1. How To Properly Communicate With Affiliates Through Email By Chad Waite Affiliate Summit East '13
  • 2. Agenda 1. Recruitment Emails 2. Denial Emails 3. Acceptance/Welcome Emails 4. General Update Emails 5. Industry Best Practices
  • 3. Recruitment Emails
  • 4. Bad Recruitment Email Example
  • 5. Good Recruitment Email Example
  • 6. Good Recruitment Email Example
  • 7. Recruitment Takeaways Don't: - Send out template offers. Ever ever ever. Do: - Customize and personalize each recruitment offer. - Show you've taken time to visit and analyze their site. - Offer strategy suggestions based on their content. - Include lots of contact information.
  • 8. Denial Emails
  • 9. Bad Denial Email Example
  • 10. Good Denial Email Example
  • 11. Denial Takeaways Don't: - Exclude an explanation for the denial. Do: - Be courteous. - Tell the denied affiliate why they were denied. - Offer an “appeal” process.
  • 12. Welcome Emails
  • 13. Poor Welcome Email Example
  • 14. Good Welcome Email Example
  • 15. Welcome Takeaways Don't: - Ignore this email! - Only include generic program info. Do: - Introduce yourself as the program manager. - Include lots of contact information - Give the new affiliate a plan of action or road map (In JensonUSA's case it was a great intro bonus plan).
  • 16. Program Update Emails
  • 17. Bad General Update Email Example
  • 18. Good General Update Email Example
  • 19. Great General Update Email Example
  • 20. Great General Update Email Example- Blog Screenshot
  • 21. General Program Update Takeaways Don't: - Send updates that aren't related to the affiliate program. Do: - Include lots of actionable content- not just informative. - Include strategies on how to use new ad campaigns. - Recommend additional affiliate tools. - Stuff your content with marketing resources. - Be as consistent as possible! Email affiliates anytime you have new information relevant to your program.
  • 22. Best Practices: No Cross Network Promoting (example: program shutdowns)
  • 23. Best Practices: Only Send Affiliates Emails With Affiliate Related Content
  • 24. How To Properly Communicate With Affiliates Through Email By Chad Waite Affiliate Summit East '13