Watch behind my shoulder as I teach you how to do affiliate marketing on Facebook Ads.

I am using ClickBank as the example network and product here, but you can use ANY product and the same idea will apply and same steps as I cover in the tutorial.

Let’s quickly go through all the steps step-by-step:

(1) Create a Facebook Ads account

👉 Simply sign up for an account at:

You do have to have a Facebook account to sign up for a Business manager account, so just go to first if you haven’t already and create your personal account.

Then head over to the website listed above and create your “business” advertising account.

(2) Select a product

👉 In our case, we are promoting a ClickBank product, so just head over to to sign up.

Make sure to fill in the details correctly – ClickBank has some triggers that can put a block on your account if the information isn’t accurate.

Then just head over to the marketplace and select a product – EZ Battery Reconditioning in our case.

(3) Create a Facebook page

Unlike Google Ads, you have to have a Facebook page to promote on Facebook.

Simply head over to your business settings, go to “All Pages”, and create a new page.

Once you do that, click on “View Page” and just fill in the blanks to make your page more appealing, such as via adding images and filling in the “About” page.

(4) Create a landing page & thank you page

Next, we have to create our landing page so that we can promote our affiliate products on Facebook. You can use any page builder you like, but I use Unbounce for their dynamic text replacement capability and flexibility in editing.

👉 Free Unbounce 14-day trial + 20% off first 3 months:

I spend some time building out the landing page and thank you page, but it’s generally pretty simple. Just check out my Unbounce playlist if you want more information about specific component of building out a page, such as adding a favicon or setting up a custom domain:


We would need to then make sure that the landing page button is taking us to the thank you page, and that the thank you page is taking users to the affiliate offer.

(5) Set up conversion tracking

Tracking isn’t easy for an affiliate, especially when doing affiliate marketing on Facebook ads.

However it is absolutely necessary because ultimately, you are paying for sales, not for clicks or impressions…

I use a very specific tracking tool (ClickMagick) that allows me to track any affiliate product.

👉 Free ClickMagick 14-day trial:

Watch the video as we go through this whole process step-by-step of setting up conversion tracking for when are ready to promote on Facebook, or any ad network really.

I also have a ClickMagick playlist here if you want to know any specific details:

(6) Set up an autoresponder

An autoresponder allows you to gather your most valuable asset (your email list/audience) while paying for traffic or reaping the results of time spent and hard work of SEO.

Email marketing is one of the best ways to make money when doing affiliate marketing on Facebook Ads.

You can use any autoresponder you like, but I use GetResponse and it hasn’t disappointed me yet.

👉 Free GetResponse 30-day trial:

For more GetResponse tutorials, check out my playlist here:

(7) Promote on Facebook Ads

Finally, the fun part. We are now ready to create our ads and promote on Facebook Ads.

I don’t spend too much time going over every little detail, but I do go over everything you do need to create your campaign.

I do have a comprehensive 3-hour course that covers Facebook Ads in great detail, so make sure to check it out.

👉 Full step-by-step Facebook Ads course:

But you would simply click some buttons, fill in the blanks, and that’s how you promote your affiliate products on Facebook ads!

That’s it!

Additional videos mentioned in this video:

👉 How to do affiliate marketing on Google Ads:

👉 How to create a 52.68% conversion rate landing page in Unbounce:

👉 How to set up ClickBank sales tracking in ClickMagick:

👉 How to integrate GetResponse with Unbounce:

👉 How to track Facebook ads with ClickMagick:

👉 How to add emojis to social media:

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Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you in the next video!

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With Amazon SEO in 2020, you need to consider the one thing standing between your private label FBA product and a potential customer – Amazon’s very own algorithm “A9”. If you are trying to find out how to rank your product on Amazon then you need to be aware of the ranking factors that make up the A9 algorithm.

When a customer enters a search term on Amazon the A9 algorithm kicks in to almost instantly return a list of products for the customer to choose from. This list of products is heavily optimised to produce the highest chance of generating a sale.

Amazon uses this algorithm in two ways…

1) It looks at the relevancy of the products to ensure only products relevant to the original search term are shown to the customer.
2) It uses the ranking factors below (plus more) to sort these filter products into an order that is most likely to lead to a sale.

The A9 algorithm takes into account a huge amount of data and in this video, I am going to discuss some of the factors that I believe are most important. By being aware of how to rank you can optimise your listing to get the best possible organic ranks on Amazon.

The factors I am going to discuss all have the potential to impact these key performance indicators which are extremely important in determining the organic rank of your product.

• Relevancy
• Click Through Rate (CTR)
• Conversion Rate (CR)
• Bounce Rate / Exit Rate

The most important thing to remember with A9 is that its primary goal is to generate a sale. The reason for this is Amazon makes more money if a sale takes place. With that in mind here are the most important Amazon ranking factors:

1) Sales History / Sales Velocity / Best Seller Rank (BSR)
2) Title, Bullets, Description and Backend Keywords
3) Photography
4) Price
5) Reviews
6) External Traffic
7) Availability
8) Order Defect/Return Rate
9) A+ Content
10) Answered Questions
11) Fulfilment Method

Customers are just one variable in a huge algorithm, however, the way they interact with your listing is probably the most important information Amazon collects. This interaction data is how Amazon compares products and decides which products to show to potential customers.


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