If you're trying to stand out from competitors and boost your sales as an affiliate or network marketer, this post is for you.

One of the best strategies to boost your sales is the use of bonuses and incentives.

It may seem like a more advanced strategy, especially if you're a beginner.

But that's not the case!

Let's dive in!

The Power of Bonuses and Incentives

As affiliate and network marketers, we often find ourselves facing a common challenge – the presence of numerous competitors.

Whether they are within the same company or from other companies, the fact remains that we need to find effective ways to differentiate ourselves and stand out from the crowd.

Creating bonuses and incentives is an excellent strategy to create a competitive edge and boost your sales.

Many marketers often believe that they don't have anything valuable to offer.

However, in this training, I will show you that everyone has something to offer as a bonus.

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Boost Your Sales: Exploring Different Types of Bonuses and Incentives

Within the realm of bonuses and incentives, various options cater to different levels of experience and time availability.

Let's explore some examples:

  1. Ongoing Coaching or Mastermind: This type of bonus involves providing continuous coaching or access to a mastermind group. While one-on-one coaching demands more time, group coaching is less time-intensive and allows you to reach a broader audience.


  1. Strategy Sessions: Offering one-on-one strategy sessions to help your customers map out effective sales strategies can be a highly valuable bonus. However, keep in mind that these sessions require a significant time investment.


  1. Community Access: Granting access to a private Facebook group or another online community can be a great way to foster engagement and provide ongoing support. However, managing an active group can be time-consuming, so consider your availability before offering this bonus.


  1. One-Time Training: Conducting webinars or training sessions that focus on specific topics can be a solid bonus for both high leverage and less time investment. Ensure that the training aligns with your product or service to maximize its effectiveness.


  1. Done for You: As people become increasingly time-constrained, the demand for ‘done for you' bonuses has grown. This could include templates, meal plans, exercise programs, or complete solutions tailored to your customers' needs.


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Collaborative Bonuses

One out-of-the-box approach that many marketers overlook is collaborating with others in your company to create joint bonus packages.

By combining forces and offering unique bonuses that complement each other, you can enhance your competitiveness in the market.

This approach not only sets you apart but also provides an opportunity for cross-promotion and shared success.

Boosting Your Sales:  The Story of “Team Crush-It!”

A number of years back, I was a relative newbie in affiliate marketing and struggling to find ways to stand out from all the other affiliate marketers promoting the same products and services.

On the advice of my mentor, 7 of us beginners got together and created a Collaborative Bonus to use as an incentive for others to join our new program.

Here is how it was designed:

  • Each of us would contribute a short training related to online marketing (the subject of the new program)
  • We would each promote the affiliate offer separately but offer the collaborative bonus as an incentive.
  • Upon joining any of us, the new member would be given access to a page containing all the pieces of training.

The results were amazing:

All 7 of us were able to get on the company Leaderboards for leads and sales!

This was something that NONE of us had ever accomplished before.

This is the POWER of Collaborative Bonuses and Incentives to boost your sales!

And when you don't have a lot of time for your business, joining forces using Collaborative Bonuses is a unique and powerful way to compete with your full-time competitors!


Bonuses and incentives provide a significant opportunity to distinguish yourself from competitors and boost your sales.

By understanding the leverage and time scales, you can identify the most suitable type of bonuses for your business.

Whether it's one-on-one coaching, community access, or offering ‘done for you' solutions, the key is to provide value and meet your customers' needs.

Don't forget to explore collaboration opportunities within your company to create unique bonus packages that will set you apart.

Now go ahead and implement these strategies to see remarkable results in your business!


Remember, standing out from the crowd requires innovation and a willingness to go the extra mile.

With the right bonuses and incentives, you can make a lasting impression on your audience and drive more sales.

It's Your Time to SHINE!


Dr. Bob Clarke

Email: Bob@BobandRosemary.com

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