MY Lice Advice
Top 3 Ways to Start Earning Money As A
My Lice Advice Affiliate
Are you ready to start earning money as an affiliate, but not sure where to start? Here are the top 3 ways to start earning a commission today.
#1-Edit and Existing Post
The easiest and fastest way to start earning is to edit an existing post on lice. That post already has views & you've already done the work to promote it. If you've written about a personal experience with lice then you know the anxiety associated with lice. How nice would it have been to have had the My Lice Advice Videos and a personal lice coach in your situation? And how nice would it have been to be done with lice in one day instead of worrying about it for weeks?
#2-The Lice Cleaning Checklist
#3- Create A New Post or Write a Review
If you're writing a review…
When reviewing the system I encourage you not to share every detail of what they'll do in the video system as that makes people less likely to purchase the system as opposed to more likely. When it comes to the supplies the best thing to re-iterate is that the supplies can all be purchased at their local store. You can, however, promote the Nit-Free Terminator in your post using your own Amazon affiliate links. I'm pretty open-lipped about that being the best lice comb on the market.
BONUS: Post to Social Media
Feel free to post about My Lice Advice on whatever platform you'd like. Your posts should link to the My Lice Advice website, not to My Lice Advice social media. Be sure to use your affiliate links when posting!
Writing a Post or Article?
Here's some quick facts for your use in articles and the references for each one.
Between 6 and 12 million people get head lice every year. Many of them are school-aged children between the ages of 3-11. But, even adults and teenagers commonly get head lice. (article)
A recent study shows that over 99.6% of head lice in the United States are resistant to permethrin and pyrethrin (pesticide) lice treatments such as Nix and RID.
Head lice that are resistant to over-the-counter pesticide lice treatments are called Super Lice. Studies show that the vast majority of lice in both the US and Canada are Super Lice.
A recent study of lice in the United States testing 48 states (all except WV and AK) found super lice were the primary breed of lice today in all states tested.
One study tested the most common home remedies for head lice including vinegar, olive oil, mayonnaise, rubbing alcohol, butter, and petroleum jelly. None of the home remedies had a significant impact on head lice.
It is much more likely to get head lice via head-to-head contact than it is to get head lice from items. Its believed that the majority of head lice is passed directly from one person to another this way. Head lice can not jump, fly, or hop to another person’s head. (article)
Theresa is a Registered Nurse, lice expert, and the owner of My Lice Advice.
For years she's worked with government agencies helping children with the worst head lice cases in America. Now she teaches that same professional technique she's used for years on MyLiceAdvice.com.
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Frequently Asked Questions
As a My Lice Advice affiliate you make 20% commission of every sale. The My Lice Advice Video System sells for $49 (there are not any sales or discount codes). So, you earn almost $10 per sale.
All commissions you've earned will automatically be paid out by Teachable to your PayPal account. You must have a PayPal account to be paid out by Teachable.
Go to the Payout Details tab and enter your Paypal email address.
Teachable pays school affiliates in USD straight to their PayPal accounts on the first of every month (or the next business day if the 1st is on a weekend or US holiday).
Because My Lice Advice has a 30-day refund policy, Teachable will hold funds for at least 30 days before releasing them to affiliates. So, for example, on March 1st, you would receive a payment for all sales that took place in January.
No, there is not a minimum dollar amount that you must reach before getting paid.
However once you have earned more than $100, you will be instructed to fill out a tax form through a banner in the Affiliate Dashboard and Payout Details tab.
If you earn $500 or more on the Teachable platform and have yet to fill out a tax form, your payouts will be held by Teachable until the required tax form is completed.
A cookie is created in a user’s browser whenever they use an affiliate code attached to the URL. Any purchase the user makes on My Lice Advice during the cookie period will be attributed to you, and you will receive the set commission of the sales price.
The affiliate cookie is 90 days. Affiliate attribution is last touch.