Long time affiliate expert, international speaker, serial “solopreneur” and triple threat digital marketer Luke Kling is a force to be reckoned with in today’s constantly changing affiliate sector. Long-standing director of marketing for PeerFly, Luke went on to create AffLIFT, an affiliate forum packed to the brim with actionable information and killer advice from the best in the business today.
The idea is to provide a supportive community to affiliate marketers without breaking the bank. For $20 a month, AffLIFT unlocks the door to a thriving online metropolis of what’s trending, bending, and mending in affiliate marketing today.
A quick word on AffLIFT
Going into its third year and, widely regarded as one of the top affiliate forums in the industry today, the AffLIFT community was established in 2009 and has grown to 40, 000 members from the UK to Egypt and everywhere in between. Lukes idea around this was to have a forum that would provide guidance and assistance to the affiliate community, from campaign creation through to industry trends and vital updates. Sign up to the AffLIFT affiliate marketing forum today and get to grips with all that going on in digital and affiliate marketing.
Check out a few of the top threads from the AffLIFT network, free to the public, and ready to read.
- PPV vs Mobipium PNSL
- PPV vs EVADAV push subscriber offer and more
- Knowing when to cut a campaign/ad/geo/zone/offer
So, introductions aside, over to Luke.
So Luke. How would you describe what you do?
Simply put? I create products for digital marketers like me. On any given day, I act as an affiliate, product owner, and content marketer for my businesses. I started my digital journey at age 12, creating and selling websites to make extra cash. Fast forward 20 years and I’m still as obsessed as ever.
7 years ago I created FPTraffic. A tool used by 70,000+ affiliate marketers, that allows you to schedule and automate your entire month’s social media posts in 30 minutes flat.
And, after Peerfly shut down, I created AffLIFT, a cutting-edge forum tailored to the global affiliate marketing community.
Was it tough leaving the 9 to 5?
Not really. I’ve always had projects on the side and it was a matter of finding the right time to branch out and pursue them fully. So, the transition was pretty gradual and, I guess I was lucky with that. From the start, I had a pretty good idea of where I wanted to be, so it was down to putting in the hard yards needed to make it happen.