I want to show you how I use Google's advanced search operators to perform sneaky little searches 🕵️♂️ that allow me to find affiliates who are promoting products in my niche (or my competitor's products).
The main hack here is to study affiliate naming conventions and then use those conventions in an "intext" search. For example, if you had an email marketing company you could search for something like this...
intitle:”best email marketing” intext:”I may receive”
Look at the image attached to this post to see how it brings up affiliates talking a bout this topic. This works because most affiliates say things like "I may receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on one of the links within this article".
There are countless naming conventions you can exploit. I cover all of them here:
If you're looking for affiliates, this is the best approach I've seen to finding qualified people to onboard into your program.
Hope you find this valuable 🙏