On the internet we are constantly seeing new product launches happening and I am sure you are aware that many of the affiliates who are offering the new product, also include bonuses to entice you to buy from them. But of course you don’t just buy the product itself, but keep your eyes open for the best bonus you can get your hands on, don’t you?
So, let me ask you: Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you were ready to buy a freshly launched Internet Marketing product, but then found yourself completely overwhelmed by the amount of bonuses scattered around all over the internet?
Most of those bonuses are of course products that don’t cost the affiliate a lot or nothing at all, like free PLR content they picked up some time ago and which has been lying forgotten in a draw until now. Occasionally though, you’ll find a little gem amongst all those bonuses on offer.
The person offering this bonus has actually put some thought into what people buying the original product would like to have with it, something that is helpful for the customer, who is parting with their hard earned cash or they will need to buy either immediately or at a later point in order to maximize the value of their new product.
Often those valuable bonuses are being bought from the sellers affiliate commission and some people sacrifice a good chunk of it in the hope to increase their profits for promoting this launch. And why not? It sounds like a win-win situation to me.
So let’s see how we can make sure that we are going to spot the gems amongst all the offered bonuses, so that you’ll get the most of any up-coming launches.
1 – Consider the product you are buying!
You first of all need to understand the nature of the product that you’re buying. Is it a product that helps you to get more done, have more time to yourself and increase your profits at the same time by ‘cloning’ yourself (like Dolly the sheep) and using other people to help you with all the tasks that need to be dealt with on a day to day basis? Or is it a ‘business in a box’ you are buying, or an ebook, or a course where you have to commit to be present at webinars, etc.? I am sure you get the idea!