The answer has assumed to be exclusivity: partner with a few publishers that reflect the high value that a luxury brand advertiser brings in their products, and capture that market that values exclusivity and high quality. However, there are publishing partnership opportunities in affiliate marketing that maintain that exclusivity and value while capturing new customers and extending the brand’s reach. In this case study, we take a close look at how luxury brands can yield high amounts of success in affiliate marketing by partnering with Coupon and Loyalty/Reward sites without compromising the brand’s high value.
Hemp Bomb’s competitive pricing, engaging user experience, and focus on customer service creates a high-converting website, which is a huge benefit for their affiliates. In addition to a high-converting website, Hemp Bomb’s CBD affiliate program is packed with tons of benefits for its affiliates such as weekly payouts, 90-day cookies, ready-to-go marketing content, and the ability to earn indirect commissions through sub-affiliates.
Want to make some income out of one of the fastest growing industries? If you’re reading this, chances are that is precisely what you are looking for. Not only is the cannabis industry growing leaps and bounds on a year-by-year basis, but also online business related to it is also equally booming. Most customers are hitting the ‘add to cart’ button as opposed to driving from dispensary to dispensary. Finding the best affiliate programs is easy – finding top quality products in any niche that converts into sales is another.
“The Marijuana Control Board and AMCO staff will be managing this developing situation with the utmost care and concern,” a press release from Sara Chambers, the acting director of the Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office said. “Specific details cannot be released at this time because of the ongoing investigation. Further details will be released as they become available to ensure that licensees and the public are fully educated and informed as to what the law requires concerning sale of marijuana products.”
If you noticed the first table in my summary it showed that one of my sites was active with over 3000 posts before I started this case study. I used to run it as a business and I had 11 paid freelancers all writing content for me for a couple of years. It didn't work out - the business model was flawed as well as a lot of other factors - but the content was already paid for so I left it up there. Other than the content that was in the first table, I wrote everything myself this past month. I'm pretty good at structuring articles and pumping out content. I get that from college - my B.S. skills are pretty good! Thanks for the question!