“I joined Ben Greenfield’s affiliate program for Tri-Ripped and was really impressed with all the rock solid content, the variety of ways to promote, in addition to the willingness to help that he gave. Also, he came through on his bonus offers and paid everything out immediately after the launch was done, which is rare for most product launches.”

Kevin Koskella, TriSwimCoach

Below you will find everything that you need to promote Tri-Ripped as a high-paid affiliate at 50% commission.

Tri-Ripped Product Graphics – graphic representation of all components of the Tri-Ripped Package. Use for your promotional materials and articles.

Tri-Ripped Promotional Banners – banners and link instructions for most popular internet banner sizes.

Tri-Ripped Promotional Articles – seven professionally written, keyword driven articles that you can use in e-mails, blog posts, websites, newsletters.

Tri-Ripped Promotional Videos – 1) movie trailer style teaser video; 2) sales video with Ben Greenfield; 3) live Tri-Ripped Q&A Workshop video replay

Tri-Ripped Sales Letters – sequence of four sales letters that you can use for follow-up to promotional articles, or in newsletter, on blog or website, or in emails.

Tri-Ripped Tweets & Facebook Posts – use the short snippets you’ll find here to conveniently promote on Twitter and Facebook.

Tri-Ripped Clickbank Instructions and Links – instructions for how to use Clickbank to promote Tri-Ripped, along with the affiliate links you need to use to send people to Tri-Ripped. Do not begin promoting Tri-Ripped until December 15 at the earliest, as these links will not be activated until that time.

Tri-Ripped Launch Sequence Calendar – This calendar was used as the timeline for the original January 12, 2012 Tri-Ripped launch, but you can still reference it for details if you’d like.

IMPORTANT: Official Affiliate Launch .pdf Document Download – includes full payout details and comprehensive overview of Tri-Ripped affiliate program. Highly recommended reading if you want to be a top affiliate (8.6mb download). This document does reference the original January 12, 2012 launch, but you will still find it useful!

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