Thank you so much for your purchase of The Blogger’s Guide to Copyright and Trademark Law: How to Protect Yourself and Enforce Your Rights! Because you’re visiting this page, I hope that means you enjoyed the book, learned from it, and are interested in helping other bloggers learn how to minimize their risk and make educated decisions for their own blogs. If that’s the case, please consider joining my team as an affiliate! All of the information you’ll need to get started can be found right on this page, but please don’t hesitate to reach out to me at [email protected] if you have questions that aren’t answered here!
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU
I greatly value the fact that you are willing to recommend The Blogger’s Guide to Copyright and Trademark Law to other bloggers. I believe that word-of-mouth marketing and blogger endorsements will be the most effective tools I have in promoting this eBook. Because of that, I have developed an affiliate plan that (I hope), will make you excited about spreading the word! If you sign on as an affiliate, here are some of the perks:
- Standard 30% commission paid per book sold via your unique affiliate link;
- Periodic “Bonus” commission periods where commission rate will be higher than 30% per book sold via your unique affiliate link;
- Support from me in social sharing of any posts or pages where you recommend The Blogger’s Guide to Copyright and Trademark Law; and
- Periodic discounts, giveaways, and/or bonus content offers to incentivize purchases.
THE SIGN UP PROCESS
Getting started as an affiliate is very easy! Click here to get started!
Once you’ve clicked the link above, sign in to your SendOwl account, or create one if you do not yet have one.
Next, you will be taken to the affiliate page for The Blogger’s Guide to Copyright and Trademark Law. While you’re there, agree to SendOwl’s affiliate terms and conditions, and then click the “Join” box at the bottom of the page.
You will be taken to a page where you can find your unique affiliate code! Simply copy and paste the link under “Site Links” to grab your code.
If you ever need to find your affiliate code again, simply log in to SendOwl, go into the “Programs” tab, click on “The Blogger’s Guide to Copyright and Trademark Law Affiliate Program,” and then “Click to see affiliate links.” There you will find the link under “Site Links.”
Because payments are made via PayPal, make sure to configure your PayPal Email Address in the Settings > Account portion of the Affiliate Dashboard! It may be different than the email address you used to sign up with SendOwl!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How am I paid?
A: Payments are made via PayPal. Please make sure to configure your payment settings in SendOwl, as described above.
Q: When will I be paid?
A: Payments are made at the end of the month, with a one month delay. This means that commission for eBooks sold via your affiliate link in the month of March will paid out at the end of April.
Q: Where can I track my sales?
A: You can do that in your dashboard in SendOwl.
Q: How are sales tracked?
A: Your unique affiliate code allows SendOwl to assign sales to you, so long as the purchaser has cookies enabled on her computer. Cookies are valid for three months, which means that you can earn a commission for up to three months after a purchaser clicks on your link with your affiliate code and makes a purchase.
Q: Do I need to follow FTC Guidelines for disclosing affiliate links in connection with promotion of this eBook?
A: Yes! For a refresher on how to properly disclose, please view this post from Amy Lynn Andrews.
Any questions that aren’t answered on this page or in SendOwl? Please email me at [email protected] so I can help you out!
Feel free to use any of these images in connection with your promotion of The Blogger’s Guide to Copyright and Trademark Law: How to Protect Yourself and Enforce Your Rights! Make sure to link your unique affiliate code to the images if you’re using them on your blog or website, or in your newsletter. (If you need a tutorial on how to do that, please read this post from Amy Lynn Andrews.)
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If you have suggestions for other sizes of promotional graphics, please let me know!
Being an eBook affiliate can be a great way to make some extra money – especially if you promote the book in a natural way that encourages people to actually purchase! Remember to ALWAYS follow FTC guidelines and disclose your affiliate status BEFORE you link to the product! If you need a refresher on how to properly disclose, please visit this helpful post from Amy Lynn Andrews.
Here are some ideas I have that might help you profit from The Blogger’s Guide to Copyright and Trademark Law: How to Protect Yourself and Enforce Your Rights.
- Write a blog post – If you have a strong blogger readership, you may consider writing a blog post sharing how the eBook has impacted your thinking on common blogging practices and what you need to do to help protect your growing business. If you’ve had a personal experience where someone has accused you of infringing their rights, or where someone has infringed your rights, consider sharing that as a warning for other bloggers. Bloggers are continually moved by others’ experiences and learn from those experiences. Perhaps you could turn one of yours into a catalyst for purchase.
- Tell your blogger friends – If you have a strong tribe of blogger friends, consider telling them about the book (and give them your affiliate link, of course)! Friends don’t want friends to get a cease and desist demand, after all!
- Include the eBook in a blogging resources roundup – If you blog about blogging, or share blogging tips on occasion, consider making a blogging resources roundup page on your blog where you share the eBooks, tools, and products that have helped you become the successful blogger you are! Use all of your affiliate links to your advantage!
- Suggest the eBook in response to questions in blogging groups – people are constantly asking questions about copyright and trademark issues in blogging groups, such as on Facebook. Oftentimes they’re given bad information in response to their questions. If it makes sense to do so, and doesn’t make you seem like a pushy salesperson, suggest that they look into this eBook as a way to get the answers they need.
- Use your affiliate link on Pinterest – Pinterest has again allowed affiliate links to be used! Please read this fantastic article from Tasha Agruso on best methods for using affiliate links on Pinterest.
- Use a sidebar ad – A sidebar ad alone probably will not generate a lot of sales, but it may be worth using in connection with some of the more active promotion methods previously mentioned.
Thank you for your help in making this eBook a success! I am excited to work with you and welcome any feedback you have on the eBook and/or the affiliate program!