Expert-Led Beginner Affiliate Marketing John Thornhill Training Guide Launched

A new guide to affiliate marketing using John Thornhill’s unique Ambassador Program has been launched. It is designed to help entrepreneurs make more money online using an alternative approach to affiliate marketing.

Tracy, United States - August 1, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

A new guide has been launched showcasing some of the hidden twists in veteran marketer John Thornhill’s Ambassador Program. It highlights key strategies that marketers and beginner entrepreneurs can use to launch a successful online business.

More information can be found at: https://imtestlabs.com

The new guide explains that John Thornhill has broken the mold on familiar affiliate marketing processes. His Ambassador system is a proven formula for making money online, with two different levels.

However, most people are unaware of this second stage of the program. Only those who sign up for the Ambassador Program are given the opportunity to see it.

The principle message provided as part of The Ambassador System is that to succeed online it’s important for entrepreneurs to make and sell their own products. However one of the problems with this is that the skills needed to do this are extensive.

One way entrepreneurs can bypass the steep learning curve is to use affiliate marketing as a way to earn income online. An issue with this is that there are restrictions on scalability and growth.

This is why John Thornhill created The Ambassador Program. In designing his program, he incorporated some uncommon twists to take a different approach. Members receive a custom-built webinar that is completely set up and ready to generate subscribers and take orders.

The Ambassador System is designed to automatically collect the email addresses of all leads entering the funnel. The details are all captured in the Aweber account, which provides users the ability to build their list.

Other benefits include 99 days of sequential email campaigns that are plugged into the Aweber autoresponder system. Each can be programmed to systematically respond to the leads built into the platform.

Another key aspect that differentiates the program from others is that John Thornhill uses his own advertising tools to promote members’ affiliate offers.

The guide states: “John will provide you with the opportunity to write one guest post per month on his blog for 12 months, providing you the opportunity of promoting your website on each post. John will promote that post to all of his 10,000 blog subscribers, potentially generating thousands of visitors.”

Full details of the guide can be found on the URL above.

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