Promoting GACN with Affiliate Links

After signing up you will be able to log in to your affiliate Ambassador panel where you can access a selection of promotional materials from us.

Some tips to make money with our affiliate Ambassador program

1. Follow Us

Follow GACN on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and share our posts. Don’t forget to include your affiliate Ambassador link and encourage users to click your link for more information. For every user that subscribes, you’ll earn a 50% commission.

2. Use Images

Click here to download free images that you can share on social media channels. When sharing an image, make sure to include your affiliate Ambassador link in the post for users to click. Direct users to visit our website to learn more about our services and to become a member.

TIP: Use bitly.com to shorten your affiliate ambassador link.

3. Join the Ambassador Facebook Group

We are always sharing tips, updates, motivational quotes and more to help Ambassadors be successful. Join the affiliate Ambassador Facebook group to connect and network with other members.

4. Share or post our banners

The easiest way to promote GACN is through your website, online store, on social media or blog pages if there’s any. It’s easy for your visitors to notice and you will be generating commissions in no time.

5. Write a review of our programs and services

By writing a review on Google, you can let people know about our programs and services. Feel free to include your affiliate link at the end of the review for those who are interested to join. You can also post your review to social media websites (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) for more publicity.

6. Create a blog about GACN

There are a lot of free blogging sites such as Blogger and WordPress. You can write blogs about GACN programs and services and include your affiliate link in them. Once the search engine picks up your blog, more traffic will visit your blogs and help increase your referrals. Interested in guest blogging for GACN? Contact us today for more information!

7. Join marketing forums

Make frequent contributions to popular threads in forums such as quora.com and reddit.com. You can add the affiliate link into your signature, or you can also include your blog links into your signature. So whenever you comment or make a post, everyone can see your signature and click on your affiliate link.

8. Send an email

Know some friends who might need GACN services? Treat this as a referral link and send this link to all your friends!

9. Send out newsletters

If you own an email list of newsletter subscribers, you can send them an email telling them about GACN. Feel free to use some information that you can find from our homepage and do remember to include your affiliate link in the newsletter.

*We do not tolerate spamming in any way.

10. Host an Event

Want to earn more commission? Host an event to generate more subscribers. For each attendee that subscribes to GACN via your affiliate link, you’ll receive a 50% commission. 

Create an event to sell tickets on Eventbrite. First, choose to host your event online or at a live location. Second, add an image and a description of your event. As a last step, choose which information to collect from your attendees before publishing your event. Log in to your Eventbrite account and click “Create event” to get started.

Promote Your Event 

Strategies for promoting events include:

Send a Pre-event email

If you have a list, email marketing may be your best channel. If you don’t, you may ask partners, speakers, or friends to mention the event in their emails.

Share on Social Media

Events are social occasions. So of course, your event marketing should use social media. 

The hashtag

Pick an event hashtag that’s short, and ideally, unique to your event. You’re going to always, always use this hashtag in every tweet and post.

Links in social media bios

Usually, your Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn bios will link to your website. But when you’re promoting a big event, consider changing these links so they send visitors directly to the event page.

Find relevant people on Twitter

Use Twitter Advanced Search to find people who are interested in your topic and live nearby. Mention them in tweets about the event or tweet to them directly with a friendly invite.

Tweeeeeet!

Unlike email, most tweets are missed as they flow through the social streams of your audience. So tweet early and often. Many tweets can be scheduled far in advance, using tools like Coschedule and Buffer.

Follow people

Follow a few people who may be interested in your topic on social media. When you follow someone, you might get their attention and they may notice the event. It’s best to follow people when you have a compelling event promotion tweet at the top of your stream.

Post the event on Facebook and LinkedIn

Of course! Make sure that the image from the event page appears. Mention speakers, encouraging them to share it with their networks. Post again with videos and to remind people of registration deadlines.