How to Make $4000 a Month Recurring Income by Being A ClickFunnels Affiliate

ClickFunnels is one of the most generous paying affiliate programs in the world. A lot of internet marketers claim to make more than $4000 a month by being a ClickFunnels affiliate. Their affiliate program pays 40% recurring commission for the lifespan of the customer you bring in.

What does that mean?

Let’s say, your friend Jim signs up using your affiliate link. If Jim is a customer for ten years, you continue to get paid for ten years, not just the first month. Isn’t that amazing?

That’s what I like about recurring programs.

CF Pricing

They have two pricing levels. The first one is $97, and the other one is $297.

If you sell the $97 package, you make $38.8 per sale.

The $297 package makes you a cool $118.8.

How many packages do you need to sell to reach the $4000 mark?

If it’s the $97 package, you need to sell approximately 103 accounts

For the $297 package, you need just 34 sales.

Let’s understand ClickFunnels, and what it can do for your client’s business?

If you or your client wants to sell products or services online, at a basic level one needs:

  • Website Hosting
  • Landing Page Software
  • Email Autoresponder
  • Split Testing Software
  • Automated Webinar Software
  • Affiliate Software
  • Membership Site Software

In other words, sophisticated marketers use something called a sales funnel.

Let me explain how a sales funnel works

There are several different types of sales funnels; I’m going to explain just one of them with an example.

Step 1: You place an ad on Facebook, or Google Adwords.

Step 2: People click on the ad and get to your landing page. You have an enticing offer on your landing page. People either buy it, or enter their email to receive a free gift.

Step 3: You send them educational or transformation emails telling them about how your product or service can transform their life.

Step 4: You give them an ownership experience of your product that they can try for very little to no money. I have given away my ebook for $1. Software companies give away a 14-day FREE trial. You can give away something for little to no money.

Step 5: Upsell and make an offer for a higher-priced item.

It’s like a McDonald’s model. It costs McDonald’s $1.91 in advertising dollar to get people in their door. Their burger is $2.09, that’s a profit of just $0.18. But they upsell you a fries and a coke for $1.77. That’s how they make their money.

Sophisticated marketers give away the front door, but they make money at the back door.

So how are you going to sell ClickFunnels? Here’s a basic strategy

Step 1: Understand the various types of sales funnels. You can learn more about sales funnels for FREE at ClickFunnels Affiliate Bootcamp. The boot camp is an intense and sophisticated program to learn about affiliate marketing, for free.

Step 2: Choose a target market that might benefit from setting up a sales funnel. My target market is business owners.

Step 3: Build a landing page using Clickfunnels. Might be a good idea to sign up for their 14-day Free Trial.

Step 4: Schedule a free webinar on “How to increase sales?” or “Build a sales funnel.”

Step 5: Place some ads on Facebook and Google Adwords. Get registrations for your webinar.

Step 6: Conduct your webinar, show your prospects how they can set-up sales funnels using ClickFunnels.

Step 7: Send them a follow-up email with an affiliate link to sign up for a 14-day free trial.

How many leads do you need to close 34 accounts?

A good quality mailing list has a conversion rate of about 1%. So you need a mailing list of at least 3400 contacts.

Conclusion

Affiliate marketing is a lot of hard work. But if you are patient and willing to put in the work every single day, it can be fruitful.

Feel free to share your affiliate strategies in the comments box below.

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About the Author: Vinil Ramdev

Vinil is an entrepreneur, trainer, marketer, and a passionate blogger.

12 Comments

  1. These are great tips. I have thus far had little success with affiliate marketing but I admittedly have not put in as much time and effort as you described in this post. This motivates me to work harder at getting people in the front door.

  2. I have been researching affiliated marketing but have not made a decision yet. thank you for sharing a few things here i had not considered.

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