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A Health Affiliate Program Success Story

“Success was staring him in the face and he didn’t even realize it”

I once knew a guy called Jack. He was working as a media marketer for an offline business and earned the company hundreds of thousands of dollars every year and he was also pulling in a decent salary that sustained his family with a stylish living.

Everything changed when the company started to make cut backs and Jack was laid off and paid a mere pittance compensation for his years of commitment.

What was Jack to do next? He had bills to pay like everyone else, after 3 months of not being able to get job in marketing his wife was worried about the mortgage and the kids schooling fees and started feeling resentment towards Jack.

Jack was down to his last few dollars that would only last him two months maximum,

Jack had to do something.

After deciding that scratching at the feet of company bosses begging for a job was not his thing, Jack decided to start his own business – this was it, all or nothing.

Jack spent every minute of the day transferring his own marketing skills that he had developed and mastered over the years working for ‘the man’, into an online presence.

Every day Chiseling away one chip at a time developing marketing channels and sales funnels for products that he didn’t have to invest time or money developing and creating himself but for products that other businesses had spent time and money creating.

On the 5th week of mastering how to use his skills online, the checks started to come in. The more Jack promoted, the bigger the checks would be. They didn’t come all at once but Jack was able to keep his head above water for 6 months until finally the pay-checks eventually grew to more than what he was getting before working for someone else (but without the office politics and groveling to the boss). Even though Jack was promoting products as an affiliate for a health affiliate program, he owned his own business and he decided what to promote Not the other way around.

To make money online, you don’t necessarily need a product. In fact if you don’t have a product yourself your in a good position. You have the pick of the bunch so to speak, choosing at your own leisure which products to promote.

Sometimes the percentages that affiliate programs payout is as much profit margin if not more than the actual product owner would receive. Obviously this makes sense since the affiliate doesn’t have the business costs and product costs the product owner would have. All the affiliate does is promote existing products and earn as much if not more profit than the product owner.

You can believe me when I say that affiliates make the world go around and you might be surprised to know just how many affiliates are out there, not hiding but out of the spotlight, laying below the radar, directing and matching buyers to offers and earning half the cut of all online transactions.

All About The Health Affiliate Program …Entrepreneur

Some time ago my travels took me to the red soil of the Northern Plains of Thailand. A gracious schoolteacher named Harry ran a foster care program for orphans. He took me on a tour of his world.

How incredibly different it was from mine.

Someone had loaned Harry a beat up old Toyota pickup, so we didn’t have to walk. He drove me through twisting back-county roads of Kalasin, dodging potholes the size of bathtubs and showing me how the other half lives.

We would pass bands of children walking along that road and women carrying two water jugs on wooden poles stretched out across their backs. I met all kinds of kids without moms and dads, mostly living with relatives and hopefully holding body and soul together.

I met one kid whose most recent home was an old hen coup.

We visited a wooden hut where a girl, maybe 12 years old, was playing in the dirt in her filthy pink dress. She was mentally handicapped and there was no one else around. Harry spoke kindly to her in her native language. He gave her something to eat. Eventually, we left.

As we drove away, I thought, “I’d never leave MY kid here. . .”

It was gut wrenching. All these people staring at me with that blank gaze of poverty and apathy. Paralyzed by a belief that there’s nothing they can do to make their life better.

I asked Harry if he ever helped any of these people start businesses. “Yes!” he nodded excitedly. “I will show you some of our micro loan recipients.”

Harry drives me to another village. We walk into a carpenters shop. A guy named Duang is making furniture from trees. Duang had been involved in a hit and run accident when he was a kid so he couldn’t walk . His crutches are leaning against the wall behind him.

Duang does NOT have that blank hopeless stare. His eyes are clear. He’s alert and he’s aware. He’s proud of what he does. His kids have uniforms, they attend school, they are well fed. He’s a respected man in the community.

His legs might not work right, but he’s not a cripple.

Harry explains to me that with a $50 business loan, Duang founded that carpenters shop and became an economic pillar of his community.

By Western standards Duang is poor, but he’s not living in poverty. Duang doesn’t speak the same tongue as me yet when our eyes lock we both sense that we share a common language: The language of entrepreneurship. He’s proud of what he’s accomplished and he’s not asking for handouts.

My friend, there is a one and only path out of poverty. It ain’t UNICEF. Or the United Nations. It’s not even jobs or technology.

It’s entrepreneurship. It’s brave people like Duang.


Imagine for a moment that someone had taken Duang’s $50 and sold him a sham “business opportunity.” Big bag o’ smoke. Hit & run. Isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on.

How much would that scam have cost Duang . . . really?

For one thing he’d be a cripple living in a deserted hen coup today. Begging on the side of the street. Not a successful entrepreneur. Not a guy with a house and a kitchen and 2 beautiful kids.

His 2 kids would be living with who-knows-who, or maybe no one. Duang’s carpenter shop wouldn’t be there in the middle of his village. People wouldn’t be getting their chairs made. A certain school would be minus 2 students. A seamstress would have sold them two less school uniforms. The vendors who sell him tools and nails would have one less account.

His kids might be stealing food instead of buying it.

Do you see how these little tiny hinges swing big doors?

That’s why it really makes me cringe when snake oil salesmen sell bad business advice. They’re teaching people s*** that doesn’t work.

Doesn’t matter whether it’s Asia or America or Antarctica, it’s still a crime. I hope them scammers end up living in an old hen coup. They sure don’t deserve to be making megabucks, that’s for sure.

I got fleeced real good for the first few years of my business career. You probably know that story and if you don’t I won’t bore you with it. But anyway, I’m one of those people who believe things happen for a reason. Maybe one of the reasons that happened to me was . . . so I’d know what it’s like.

God forbid that I ever sell people big bags o’ smoke. Or that you should ever spend your money on one of those bags o’ smoke.

I believe that when someone teaches how to fish, they should teach you with real boats and real fishing poles and real ponds. Not with a flight simulator. They should be able to prove what they do works. In real market conditions with real tools and real customers. Not shills.

Every time someone sells fake business advice, the world losses a few entrepreneurs. People who might have made it, but they couldn’t recover from that one loss.

Who knows… what might have been?

Every time someone delivers *real* business advice, the world gains a few entrepreneurs. More “Duangs”. More carpenter shops. More kids going to school. More food to go around. More for everyone.

I take my job – and your job – very seriously. What we both do matters. A lot.

If you have any kind of “real” business on the Internet; if you know that more leads for less money, better sales conversion, improved follow up and a superior marketing strategy would put more money in your pocket; then I invite you to join and promote the unique offers available from the SG Health Affiliate Program.

Not all are accepted, but if we let you in, I back it with a huge promise that if you put in the effort, you’ll get the results.
Whether you live in Asia, Europe or America – whether you are just starting to promote health affiliate products, or if you are an experienced online marketer – I hope you take your work, very seriously. Because a very very important entrepreneur depends on the knowledge you apply:


5 Tips For Successful Health Affiliates

Here are listed 5 tips for health affiliates who want to make the best of their marketing campaigns.

1. Chose Multiple Niches

Chose multiple niches that might complement each other. For example if you build a website around acne, you might want to also consider another niche that complements the first for example scar treatment. This way you can cross sell your niches later on once you have offered your initial products and services.

2. Be Specific

When building your website landing pages, blog posts and email auto responders, you need to be ultra specific. Being specific will let Google and the other search engines know exactly what your site is about allowing Google to find you more targeted traffic in search engines and pay per click advertising.

3. Keep it ‘White Hat’

Keeping your marketing methods white hat will prevent any potential damage your business could sustain later on if you were using any ‘black hat’ seo or quality score cheating. Google likes to see navigation above the fold on your landing pages and possibly a link to a blog on your domain. You might also consider displaying the previous 3-4 blog posts on your landing pages that tells Google you are constantly updating your blog posts. This helps with PPC quality score and SEO.

4. Capture email addresses

Create an optin page to ask for your visitors email address so you can send updates and information about your niche including offers to products. Don’t overkill your sales pitch – build a relationship with your visitors by offering useful, interesting and unique information before sending your sales pitch offers.

5. Chose the right products. If the health affiliate program isn’t converting your traffic, consider switching to a different health affiliate program that is proven to convert when you send targeted traffic to the offers.

The Health Affiliate Program Maze

Affiliates looking for a health affiliate program would usually type several search queries into a search engine. Some of the search queries that might be used include:

1. Health Products Affiliate Programs

Health products affiliate programs could be seen as a double-barreled search query. For example affiliate wanting  health affiliate program that offers multiple health products and multiple affiliate programs all in the same web site.

2. Nutrition Affiliate Program

Affiliates looking for a nutrition affiliate program might be searching for a health affiliate program that offers nutritional products for weight loss, bodybuilding or health and fitness products to promote.

3. Beauty Products Affiliate Programs

Beauty products affiliate programs would usually offer cosmetics for the beauty niche in the health market. Beauty products could include make-up cosmetics, anti aging products, spa products including natural and herbal beauty products.

4. Vitamins Affiliate Program

Vitamin products include all the vitamins and usually minerals and multi-vitamin products. The kinds of products are usually quite common and prices lower since without packaging plain vitamins as formulas, many large companies like boots and walmart would offer basic vitamins and minerals at very low prices that would be more difficult to compete with.

5. Health Supplements Affiliate Programs

Health supplement affiliate programs would offer a wider range of health supplement formulas usually specifically formulated for targeted health problems for example eye care formulas, acne treatment formulas, hair loss products etc

A good health affiliate program would generally include a refined selection of products from all of the above affiliate program types. Consider signing up to a health affiliate program to pick and chose from a wide selection of products suitable for your chosen niche.