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Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by gnk_corp, Feb 27, 2014.

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    Has anyone had any success with this program? I just enrolled as a coach to be able to start promoting beachbody products, but it seems I might have jumped the gun. They are very restrictive on how you advertise their products.
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    gnk_corp, Feb 27, 2014 IP
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    Yeah I have had a good amount of success with Team BeachBody. I know what you mean about the way they are very restrictive with the way you promote their products but it helps them stay professional and not spammy. I used POF and Facebook ads to promote the products as well as offline marketing. Offline marketing was my favorite method as it delivered the most success.
     
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    hmmm interesting, thank you for the response. I used to have a pof and it was interesting how many inquiries I got for personal training rather than dating Lol. So far I've only used article marketing for team beachbody. Being a certified personal trainer, I'm thinking of combining beachbody workout programs as a alternative option for clients that cannot afford long-term personal training contracts. But for right now, I'm thinking of a way to crack the online portion.
     
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    #MeToo (pun intended) Yeah, I too, know what you mean, when you say team beach body is very restrictive about the ways they allow their affiliates to promote their products. Team Beach body is careful with their reputation. They have to be. Their continued success depends on it.

    Fit-shaming feminists vs Beachbody Ad Remember, the fit-shaming hysteria back in 2015, when Beachbody launched pretty conventional ads in the London Underground system for their Protein shake products. Beachbody handled that debacle rather well. One wrong move and they would have had a PR disaster in their hands.

    In an increasingly rare display of steadfastness, team beach body doubled down. You don’t see that kind of balls anymore. The #metoo movement is doing a good job of exposing the testosterone-deficient, pussy-whipped, stiletto-licking invertebrates, interspersed across the country. Welcome to the matriarchal age of listen and believe. You have to believe women. Why? Because, if you don’t, they won’t come forward and we want women to come forward with all kinds of accusations.

    Welcome to the estrogen-witch-hunt; in which, a single un-collaborated social media accusation by any random female, puts an end to carriers of powerful men.

    Well! Powerful men! Harvey Weinstein, James Levine, Bryan Singer, David Mueller, Bryon Hefner, Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose, Senator Al Franken, Andrew Kreisberg, Roy Moore, Louis C. K., Brett Ratner, Dustin Hoffman, Jeremy Piven, Michael Oreskes, Kevin Spacey, Mark Halperin, Former US President George H. W. Bush, Terry Richardson, Leon Wieseltier, James Toback, John Besh, Oliver Stone, Ben Affleck and some more.

    How powerful are these men really? Given the ease with which any random woman (whose only achievement might be the fact that she was born a woman) can ruin the carriers of these men; it has become valid and even necessary to question, “just how powerful are these men? How powerful is any man?

    Do not forget, former US President George W. Bush is in that list!

    Anyways, how did a responds to the profitability of selling “Beachbody” products turn into a rant about the still trending in January 2018 #metoo movement? I’ve obviously flown off the tangent.


    Let’s return to the Beachbody affiliate program. Shall we!

    For years, I’ve been preaching to those smart enough to recognize the obvious; that the key to wealth is residual income. Basically, you need to make the effort once; then keep earning money off that effort which, you made several years ago. Over time, your efforts will accumulate into multiple streams of income. Income, which will keep on flowing; whether, you keep working or not.

    For the average clickbank.com product, every sale you make is a one-time sale. You (the affiliate) get paid only once for that sale; meanwhile, the vendor probably adds the email of the customer to his list. He (the vendor) is going to continue to market to this customer over a sustained period and probably bring in further sales over the years.

    This is good practice for the vendor; but not optimal for the affiliate.

    The Beachbody affiliate program solves this problem for the affiliate. The affiliate retains all his customers. The affiliate gets a commission each time the customer re-orders. And the customer is likely to continue to re-order for years and even decades.

    “Shakeology” is a leading product line on the Beachbody product shelf. It is a consumable protein shake. Once the customer consumes the shake, it is gone. The customer needs to re-order monthly, quarterly or bi-annually. Some customers will stay on the product for only 1 year; others for 3 years, others for 5 years, etc. You (the affiliate) get paid for as long as the customer remains an active subscriber.

    It gets better. Beachbody even has a MLM (multi-level marketing) program. Yes, thanks to an endless supply of haters, MLM has a bad reputation; but that is an entirely different topic.

    Right now, it suffices to say, one of your customers might just turn around and decide to promote the product to other customers. Yes, you will get a commission on every sale your former customer (now coach) makes.

    In the Beachbody affiliate program, their affiliates are called coaches. And these coaches have ranks. You are a big shot, if you attain the “Emerald rank.”

    Welcome to the club big boss man! We are talking 7figures now. That’s right. You’ll be on a 7-figure income and well on your way to 8, in no time.

    Beachbody is not yet a fortune 500 company but they might as well be. Every year, they spend millions on TV, radio and print media ads. Guess what they do with the customers acquired from these ads. They add these customers to the downline of their coaches with the “Emerald rank.” That could be you.

    If you know what you are doing, you could become a millionaire in 3years.
     
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    planck, Jan 25, 2018 IP