5 Tips To Help You Get Your Affiliate Links Approved

If you are a new affiliate just starting out it may seem impossible to be approved to promote products in JVZoo and WarriorPlus.

When you’re a newbie it may seem like the end of your internet marketing career.

Don’t let it get you down there is a reason why some vendors do this.

Vendors want to keep their conversion rates and high. They don’t want someone sending a lot of junk traffic to their offers.

And in many cases, they will only accept people they know or that have the knowledge and reputation of bringing in highly targeted traffic to their sales pages.

What Do I Do?

Here are some simple tips to help you get approved – they may not work 100% of the time but it will definitely increase your chances.

Tip 1:

NEVER leave the notes area empty. ALWAYS fill out the notes section with ways you plan to promote.

Tip 2:

When applying for your affiliate link use this template as a guide:

Hi (VENDOR NAME),

My name is (NAME) I would like to promote your product (XYZ) that launches on (LAUNCH DATE). The traffic will come from my email list. I’ll also be doing a review and bonus page. Here’s my Facebook (Your FB Link) if you want to contact me. I’m ok with being put on delayed commission.

Thank You,

(YOUR NAME)

Tip 3:

Create a video saying who you are and how you will promote their product.

Upload it to YouTube (make sure you set it to unlisted) and leave the link in the notes when you send your request.

Tip 4:

Send the vendor a friend request and message them on Facebook.

When vendors see that you are serious and treat this a business they are more likely to give you a chance.

Tip 5:

Remember ONLY send quality targeted traffic to your affiliate links. Sending spam traffic may hurt your chances of getting approved in the future.

Did you find these tips helpful? Do you have any more tips? Leave a comment below.

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