Ever hear the term “high ticket affiliate marketing”? If you’re not sure what it means, let’s get into it.
In short, affiliate marketing is when the product owner gives a special link to affiliate marketers and when a customer buys through that link the marketer receives a commission. These commission can vary from 100% to 10% of the total cost of the product. Usually, when it’s 100% commission the product is a part of a sales funnel and the affiliate marketer is only receiving commission on the front end product (the first product in the funnel). I could go on and on about that, but I’m here to explain high ticket affiliate marketing.
High ticket means the product is worth a significant amount of money. The payout for high ticket products range anywhere from $500 commission to over $1,000 commission. Sounds too good to be true? It’s not. The products themselves are sold for thousands of dollars. It’s legitimate and many people do this. Think of it as high ticket business sales. If I’m selling yachts, my commission is not going to be $300/sale. If I’m selling 15 room mansions, my commission is not going to be $700/sale. That’s how high ticket affiliate marketing works.
Is it easy? I’ll be honest and say no. You’re not going to be able to jump into it without getting some training in affiliate marketing. If you can find a high ticket affiliate offer that comes with affiliate training then go for it! Follow the steps and branch out into other affiliate marketing training.
High ticket affiliate marketing is a good way to make money. You’ll be able to work as much or as little as you want. You’ll be able to work from anywhere. And if you really hit the ground running, you’ll learn how to automate your sales funnel and all of the work will be automated.
Whatever you choose to do, be it high ticket affiliate marketing or regular affiliate marketing, I wish you much success!