JVZoo Request Permission Templates: Getting Approved For Affiliate Offers
So you need a few JVZoo request permission templates?
You’re definitely in the right spot.
After all, you don’t want to be denied when it comes to promoting a popular offer.
So let’s get this show on the road and get you the help that you’re looking for.
Table Of Contents
- How To Request Affiliate Permission On JVZoo: Templates, Letters, And Scripts
- JVZoo Request Permission Templates: Summary Conclusion
How To Request Affiliate Permission On JVZoo: Templates, Letters, And Scripts
Requesting permission to approve products can be a scary concept for many.
Especially if you don’t have a lot of experience when it comes to getting approved.
I do have a lot of experience with this.
In fact, I’ve been on both sides of the equation when it comes to JVZoo and WarriorPlus:
- I’ve been the affiliate looking to promote offers.
- I’ve also been the vendor (aka gatekeeper) when it comes to accepting affiliates.
I bring this up because I understand what vendors are looking for from affiliates.
So make sure that you get the first step correct:
That will allow you to accomplish two things:
- You can signup for JVZoo (in case you haven’t already done so).
- You can log in (if you already have a JVZoo account).
It’s a very straightforward process.
Plus, you don’t need to create any type of nickname like with Clickbank’s signup process.
Related Reading: Creating a Clickbank nickname.
I imagine you’ll know exactly what you need to do once you arrive at their home page.
Now we can start talking about the important topic that you’ve been wanting to know.
Templates To Use For Requesting Permission With JVZoo: The Important Information First
As you can see above, this is where all of the magic is going to happen.
Once you find an offer and arrive on this page, you’re going to need to:
- Fill out the form to request permission to promote the product.
- Check the box that you’ll follow the vendor’s message as they’ve stated.
And you might need to check off the box to prove that you’re not Robocop or something.
Now here is the important info that I want to address.
Most affiliates will get denied because they happen to make a few silly mistakes.
A few of those mistakes include:
- Not filling out the form, crossing their fingers, and hoping that they get accepted.
- They fill out the form and blatantly lie (it’s easy for vendors to see through that).
- Mentioning 100 ways that they will promote the offer as an affiliate.
All of the above are pretty bad if you ask me (although there are times when #1 is fine.
I’ve seen them all before and usually just come along with an auto-deny.
This is because vendors want to make sure that affiliates aren’t doing anything dumb.
It’s their name and brand on the product, and they will do what they can to protect it.
Imagine that you were a vendor and someone said:
I want to promote your product through Facebook ads, Bing ads, YouTube videos, SEO, Linked messaing, cold calling, Instagram stories, direct mail, Facebook group posting, as well as sending a message in a bottle.
No one has the time to do all of that stuff, especially if the affiliate has made zero sales.
Either way, do NOT create a request that is similar to the example above.
Use one of these JVZoo templates to help you get approved for hot affiliate offers.
The Ultimate Request Permission Template
So here is another important piece of information that I’m going to recommend:
Make sure that you don’t copy this template 100% word for word.
I’ve been in the game long enough to know that people will, in fact, do that.
- That’s why I originally said to swipe and tweak these templates.
- That’s also why I left a few sections for you to edit.
Let’s talk about all of these sections.
The Introduction Of The Request
The first line is all about congratulating them and showing them that you’ve paid attention.
This will also help you stick out from other requests who copy and paste generic statements.
Let’s compare two introductions:
- I’d like to promote your product.
- Congrats on the success of X, I’ve never seen a $17 offer with $10 EPCs before.
This is also a great technique when it comes to doing cold outreach (if you ever do it).
The main idea is to show that what you’re writing wasn’t just a copy and paste.
The Important Part Of The Request
This is where you tell them how you’ll be promoting their offer as an affiliate.
Make sure that you keep this next part in mind:
Only mention one source of traffic when it comes to promoting the offer.
As mentioned previously, people don’t have the time to utilize 100 different traffic sources.
It’s a huge red flag.
So here is an example of what you could say for this specific section:
I’d like to help you get a few more sales myself, and I’d be promoting the Super Dooper Reindeer Pooper on my YouTube channel that’s related to online marketing.
Helpful Note: The Super Dooper Reindeer Pooper is actually a real product.
You can thank me later when you go on Jeopardy and get that question correct.
Now, I don’t care how many traffic sources that you want to use to promote the offer.
Just use the traffic source that you’re the best at and roll with it.
The Outroduction Of The Request
Lastly, give them the opportunity to reach out to you if it’s needed:
- Maybe they want a little bit more clarification.
- Maybe they have a few more questions that they want to ask.
- Or heck, maybe they just want to confirm that you’re a real person.
So all you need to do is drop a link to an important asset or simply your email.
When I say an important asset, I’m referring to something like:
- Your website/blog.
- Your Facebook profile.
- Your YouTube channel.
It’s the little things like this that all add up to increase your chances of being accepted.
Let’s take a look at one more template that requires an extra step (but it’s needed).
The Raving Fan Request Permission Template
So aside from a few tweaks here and there, the introduction will have the most changes.
As you can tell, this is a request that’s used after you’ve purchased the product already.
This gives you a significantly large advantage.
So once again, you are going to make sure that they know you paid attention to the product.
You let them know that you bought and talk about what you like the most.
Here is another example for you that I came up with on the top of my head:
Hey Turd Furgeson, I just purchased The Apple Jacks Method and I love how you created a system that allows you to generate multiple streams of income all at once.
For the rest, you can fill in the blanks with the template that I added above.
And keep in mind, you might have already purchased a few products already.
Do they come with an affiliate program?
If so, you can always reach out to them and use this template that I added.
Some products come with the ability to promote them already embed in the offer.
One example would be Partner With Anthony, which I recommend you check out below:
I’ll also put a review of the system down below in case you want more information.
Related: Partner With Anthony reviewed.
Keep in mind that there are plenty of offers to promote that are outside of JVZoo.
Either way, let’s wrap things up and move to the end of the post now.
JVZoo Request Permission Templates: Summary Conclusion
I hope that these templates give you the help that you need for promoting offers.
Don’t worry if you don’t get approved for each and every product out there.
It’s not a big deal.
Simply for the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of other offers to promote.
It’s the difference between having an abundance mindset versus a scarcity mindset.
After all, affiliate marketing is about as far from being dead as it could ever be.
I’ll leave you with that related article if you’d like some more information.
Related Reading: Affiliate marketing is certainly not dead.
Feel free to leave a comment down below if you have any questions at all.