Make $100 a Day Sending Emails (How to Build a List for Affiliate Marketing)
– How to make $100 a day sending emails?
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Hey, this is Peng Joon here, and today,
I'm gonna be showing you
how you can utilize email marketing
infused with affiliate marketing
and how you can literally make $100 a day conservatively.
Truth is, I'm pretty much low-balling here.
Again, when I put out numbers like that,
it's highly scalable.
Could be $1,000 a day sending email,
$10,000 a day sending emails, and if you're new to this,
I understand that that sounds a little bit ridiculous,
but let's talk about something that I truly believe
is achievable to anybody, and it's realistic,
that is believable, $100 a day.
So how does that actually work?
In this affiliate marketing training series,
you would have seen in the previous videos,
one of the things that talked about is the importance
of building a list, giving away something for free,
so that people would give you their name and email,
and we've also established how the size and the relationship
of the email list that you have
would determine your monthly income.
So if you wanted to make $100 a day, or, on average,
$3,000 a month, that means you need to have a list
and a goal of 3,000 people in your email list,
and in fact, just recently, I was part of a launch,
one of the biggest launches in the internet marketing world,
promoting this book called Traffic Secrets, and on day one
of the launch, we did over $10,000 in sales
sending one email out,
and I eventually became the number one affiliate
for that launch as well, and a big part
that gave us a huge advantage that led us
to eventually become number one affiliate,
was because we had a list.
We had a list of subscribers and a list of followers,
and what if having that list and building list
was a huge part that will enable you to make $100 a day?
Now how do you actually make the $100 dollars a day?
By promoting a product.
There's two things that needs to happen
that we've also established in our previous videos, okay?
We talked about how you need to be able to build that list.
And you build that list by either creating content
on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, right?
So that now you're building this list,
and you're sending people to this page to build this list,
and then you monetize by promoting a product.
This could be a physical product in Amazon,
this could be a digital product in ClickBank,
this could be a service, this could be a software, right?
So, if we wanted to promote whatever product that is,
we've talked about the advantages
of having something that's recurring.
Now, you could be in a totally different industry,
but it doesn't matter, okay?
So let's say, for simplicity purposes,
let's just say the product that you're promoting
is a product that gave you a $50 commission.
So let's say this is your cut,
whether it's a physical product, digital products, software,
you get 50 bucks every time you make a sale.
So what does this mean?
It means that to make $100 a day,
you need to have two sales.
Now, how do you have two sales daily by sending an email out
that enables you to have two sales?
Well, the way to start thinking about this
is you're probably thinking, well, Peng Joon,
I don't have anybody in my email list.
So how can I make two sales a day
if I've got nobody in my list right now?
So let's talk about how you start building this list
'cause that's what enables you
to get that $100, $300, $1,000 a day.
Now to understand this next part, we need to understand
that in order for us to start creating content,
there are these different levels of awareness, okay?
So, before we start running ads on Facebook,
before we start creating YouTube videos,
before we start posting on Instagram,
and start sending people over to this page,
where we're capturing their details,
we need to first understand this level of awareness
in order for it to determine our content strategy.
Let's do a few different examples through different niches
so that you can start seeing how you can apply this.
So, the example I will use is the example that I utilize
for one of the products that I promote,
which is ClickFunnels.
I think I'm really starting utilizing this example
a whole lot more, and ClickFunnels is a software, right?
So ClickFunnels pays me about $40 every single month
as long as the person continues being a member.
So they've got two different price points,
but the most common price points, their $97 price point,
where they will pay about $40
as long as this person continues being a member.
Level of awareness means at this level,
this is when they are most aware.
Now most aware means they know who you are,
they know you exist, they're aware of the product,
they bought the product.
That is most aware.
Over here, at the start, this is when they are unaware.
Now how you talk to these audience
versus how you talk to these audience,
when you send them here to your page,
is going to be very different.
It's going to dictate what type of content you create.
So let's talk about what does that mean?
Unaware means they're not even aware
that there's a problem to begin with.
Let me give you an example of unaware.
Unaware would be like 30 years ago, everybody,
well, most people in the world, would be unaware
that it's possible to send this thing
called an email to somebody else,
where they could receive a message instantly.
And they're not, people are not even thinking
about that 30 years ago, because they don't even know
that there's a problem and that there's a solution to it
'cause they just don't know what they don't know.
30 years ago, the people that was living here on Earth
would be unaware to the internet.
They don't know that there's a problem,
they don't know there's a solution, that one day,
there would be the solution,
that people can receive messages instantly.
So for example, let's say,
I want to promote a weight loss product in the keto space.
So let's say I wanted to promote that keto product.
There's a lot of people that don't know keto products,
or ketosis, even exists.
So if I were to talk to those people,
what would that piece of content sound like?
Perhaps it would be how eating fat is good for you, right?
So, now, if I created this piece of content on Facebook,
of how eating fat is good for you, guess what?
A person that's scrolling on Facebook,
they're scrolling, scrolling, scrolling,
and then all of a sudden, bam, they see a video
or a post that says how eating fats
are actually good for you.
Now it's like, huh, what does that mean?
So now, I'm talking about how there are good fats
and bad fats, and now I'm introducing them to the world
of the keto diet, so that, eventually,
at the end of the video, I say something along the lines
of, hey, if you found this video useful, right now,
I'm giving away a free cheat sheet on seven uncommon foods
that's high in fat, but with actually good fat
that you want to add to your daily diet.
If you would like to download this free cheat sheet,
all you need to do is head over to this page
to get this free resource, right?
So now those who I'm doing, I'm sending people over,
people that is initially unaware
that this thing even exists.
So ask yourself if that person is not even aware
that there is a problem, how do you speak to them?
Now this is just the first level.
The second one is where they are problem aware.
So when it comes to problem aware, this is when they know
there's a problem, but they don't know what the solution is.
So for example, let's say if I am selling a software
that helps people build sales processes online, let's say,
again, because this is the end result,
I want to sell this software and get paid a commission,
I need to start getting people on this page.
So let's say I know that I'm creating a piece of content,
talking to real estate agents.
Real estate agents, some of them,
they're aware of the problem.
What is the problem?
They're aware of that giving out brochures and flyers
in a mall is not working.
They're aware of the problem of cold calling people
on the phone is not working,
but they don't know what the solution is.
They just know what the problem is,
and the problem is what they're currently doing
is not working.
So if I wanted to get people on this page,
I need to start thinking,
how would I need to talk to them here?
So what would this page look like?
This page would be like, attention, real estate agent,
free training reveals how to get leads online
without knocking on doors, without cold calling,
without giving out any flyers, enter your name and email
to get access to this free training, right?
So let's say that this is the page
that I want to send people to.
Then, I gotta ask myself, what is the step before that
that needs to happen,
where it would be talking about the problem,
which would be, hey, if you are a real estate agent,
a network marketer, an insurance agent, and currently,
you're giving out flyers, you're knocking on doors,
you're cold calling, you already know
that this currently isn't working.
The question is, what is working right now?
Now what if you could actually get leads online
and convert these leads into sales?
Now whether you're a real estate agent,
whether it's a network marketer,
how do you actually make that happen?
You make that happen by having some sort
of sales process online to help you get more leads,
to convert these leads to sales.
So now I'm educating them, and then the call to action
of that would be if you would like to unlock a free training
that I just did, so that you can discover
how you can no longer cold call, then knock on doors
and harass friends and family,
then head over to websitename.com, enter your name and email
to unlock this free training.
So notice what I'm doing.
I'm now building this list, because with this list,
I can now nurture them, continue to give them value,
and once a while, promote this product through my email.
You've heard me say this.
It's not about persuading somebody from a no to a yes.
Affiliate marketing is just thinking about what is something
that requires minimal persuasion that these people
are gonna buy anyway?
And that's how you start reverse engineering, okay?
So these are people that's aware of the problem,
and that's how I start creating content differently
to target these people.
Now in every single market, there's also people
who are aware of the problem,
but they are not yet solution aware,
which is the next level of awareness.
These are people who are problem aware,
they know there's a problem.
They know that there's a solution,
but they don't know which solution to go for.
So these are the people that, if I were to come back
to this example here, online marketing, these are the people
that know, look, I know that knocking on doors
and giving out flyers and cold calling isn't working.
I know that I need to go online. That's what I need to do.
I need to start being able to get leads online,
but there are so many different products out there.
There's like, I know there's a solution.
I'm aware that the solution is going online.
I don't know which one to go for.
So, again, if I wanted to speak to that audience,
I need to start asking myself, how do I create content
for that kind of people,
so that I'm constantly sending traffic from Facebook,
YouTube, Instagram, it could be TikTok, could be whatever,
could be a Facebook ad, to this page here,
because if you're not building a list,
you're not building a business.
So, $100 a day, again, just remember, it's a list
of 3,000 people, give or take.
Would be higher if your relationship with them is better,
lower if you're in a market that isn't related,
if it's more like a hobby,
which isn't more of a painful type of topic.
It really depends, right?
So, these are people that's solution aware.
Over here, you have the people that is product aware.
Now what does that mean?
Product aware means, just think of it as when you go
to the supermarket, and you're thinking of which toothpaste
to get, you're aware that if you don't brush your teeth,
your mouth is gonna stink, and you're gonna have issues
with the dentist, so you're aware of the problem.
You know that the solution is to brush your teeth daily
after each meal, you're aware of the product,
you know that there's all these different brands,
there's Colgate, Darlie,
there's all these other brands, right?
You're thinking about which products to get.
That's the level you're at when you go to the supermarket,
thinking about which toothpaste to get.
So same thing here.
If, let's say, I am promoting a product in the online world,
a software like ClickFunnels or whatever, I also know
that there are people at this stage
where they're problem aware, they know that the solution
is to go online, they're aware of the different products
and the different companies out there.
So I wanna ask myself, so what are they searching for?
This is when somebody will be thinking like ClickFunnels
versus competitor name, versus Kajabi,
versus Leadpages, versus Infusionsoft.
So this is when I can create content
to target people on this stage, okay?
So this will be more like people that is searching
for ClickFunnels review, right?
Which, by the way, was one of the strategies that I did
for that Traffic Secrets launch.
When Russell Brunson launched Traffic Secrets,
one of the strategies that we utilized,
that enabled us to win that contest, was to go for keywords
like Traffic Secrets, that's one, and you'll notice
that I did a whole YouTube series, 10 videos in total,
where every single title in the video
had the keyword Traffic Secrets in there.
Because I know that when he launched the book,
there's going to be a lot of searches
because of the keyword Traffic Secrets.
Now Traffic Secrets is targeting people
that is product aware.
I also ranked on the first page, number one on Google,
for the keyword Traffic Secrets Bonus.
I know that there'll be a lot of people
that's thinking about buying the book, but they want to see,
where can I get great bonuses from, okay?
So, now, people that's product aware,
I'm also creating and targeting and I created a page
that captures people's name and email that is at this level,
where they know that there's a problem,
they know that there's a solution,
which is get more traffic, they know that Traffic Secrets
is a great product that can help them get there,
and they're not just thinking, whom should I get it from
that's gonna give me amazing bonuses?
So that's why we created content and a homepage
that ranks on the first page
for people that is product aware.
That is how we started thinking about people at this level.
They're probably searching for product name review.
They're one step away from buying, from purchasing,
and this is a buyer keyword, right?
And if you start creating content that gets people in here,
you now send people over to a page
where they enter your name and email,
you develop that relationship with them
because you're giving them value,
you're establishing a relationship with them,
and eventually, guess what?
You make an offer to a product,
and that's how you start making money
by sending out simple emails, but in order for you
to make money sending simple emails,
at literally a push of a button, and I know when people say,
oh, push button sounds like some get rich quick thing,
literally, that's how it works.
That's how we became the top affiliate
for this type of contest, by understanding this model,
and by understanding this one, this framework over here.
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