Episode #1381
How to Structure a Pay for Performance Deal
May 13, 2020

In episode #1381, we talk about how to structure a performance deal. Finding performance-based agencies can take you and your business to the next level! Tune in to hear about how to connect with the right people, moving on from deals that are not serving you and challenges you might encounter in this area.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s topic: How to Structure a Performance Deal.
  • [00:37] What is a pay-for-performance or affiliate deal?
  • [01:28] Finding individuals that already have your traffic.
  • [03:01] Performance agencies that are available for your benefit.
  • [04:03] The hardest part of working with a performance-based agency.
  • [04:35] Moving on to a new agency if criteria are not met! 
  • [04:56] That’s it!
  • [05:00] To stay updated with events and learn more about our mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information.

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