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ASL #133 - Where Should Your Bonuses Go?


Marlon here.

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Where Should Your Bonuses Go?

This is important.

Some marketers put their bonuses for the affiliate offer they send out.

Others put them on a separate page, like a Commission Gorilla page.  I want to share my personal experiences.

1.  I love Commission Gorilla bonus pages.  They've worked gangbusters for me.

However, setting something up like this takes time.  It definitely takes time. That's why you may only want to do it for offers you plan to promote on an ongoing basis vs. a one-shot deal.

With that said, Jono Armstrong (see his Youtube channel) always puts his bonuses in Commission Gorilla. I imagine he has someone help do that.  

I know some marketers who get the best response by using a LOT of bonuses (usually private label rights offers).  So they use separate pages, usually on their blog as a post.  Or as a separate page.

2.  Apart from Commission Gorilla pages, I seem to get great response just putting the bonuses in the email.

The reason is the prospect clicks straight to the sales page, without having to read one page. Click. Then read the next page.

Adeel Chowdhry has placed #1 on 350+ leaderboards since 2007. He puts his bonuses right in his emails.

Granted, his emails are attractively designed.  You can get on his list here.

I really like the way Adeel does his bonus emails.  I'll probably start using that format on occasion as it it's time consuming to create external bonus pages.

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