CBD offers: a huge and profitable trend
The nutra market has recently witnessed the emergence of CBD offers ranging from CBD-infused oils that help reduce pain to gummies and pet treats. Our editorial team could not leave such promising nutra offers without attention and today we are going to discuss what CBD actually stands for and how you can make money on it.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a cannabinoid derivative. Unlike THC, it does not have psychoactive properties and therefore has recently been removed from the US controlled substance list. CBD produces a pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effect and can be found in a bunch of products ranging from oils and tinctures to dog cookies. It’s obvious that all these products must be sold, which implies that somebody has to promote them.
In 2018, this industry was estimated at 360 million dollars. This number is projected to reach the 1.3 billion mark by 2022.
CBD-infused products can be used to ease pain and alleviate the symptoms of various diseases. Some studies even suggest that CBD helps combat alcohol and marijuana addiction. Most ad campaigns focus on the above-mentioned characteristics to promote CBD goods.
CBD products are considered white label in countries where CBD is not included in the controlled substance list, and the number of such states is actually larger than it may seem.
The sale and advertising of CBD-infused products are legal in the territory of the US, Canada, almost all EU countries, some South American states, and South Africa. So, there are a lot of GEOs to choose from.
What do CBD products actually look like? Long story short, they come in all shapes and sizes. Ointments, topical creams, capsules, gummies, oils, toothpicks, bath bombs, and even pet treats. All these products are aimed at relieving pain and alleviating the symptoms of various diseases. For instance, CBD toothpicks reduce toothache, while dog snacks help relieve itchy skin. So, it won’t take you much effort to find a product for your target audience. By the way, CBD oils have been enjoying the most pronounced and sustainable interest so far.
CBD products are purchased first and foremost by millennials (24-35 years of age) and youngsters (18-24 years of age). People in the 40-50 age group are not particularly interested in such goods, whereas those above the age of 55 regularly buy CBD products.
Almost all manufacturers in the CBD market promote their products through the Internet to a lesser or greater extent, and affiliate marketing is one of the methods they employ to advertise their goods. There are nearly as many affiliate programs involved in promoting CBD products as there are manufacturers, which means that everyone who seeks to advertise CBD products and make money on it will be able to find an offer.
Affiliate commissions vary from 15% to 40%. In order to promote these offers in a more simplified and effective manner, Tech Central has recently developed an app dedicated to the CBD industry. CBD offers can be found in such affiliate networks as Dr.cash, Maxbounty and TORO Advertising.
CBD is most frequently mentioned on Twitter and Medium, while Facebook has demonstrated the lowest level in this regard. However, CBD manufacturers are currently lobbying for the cancellation of a ban on advertising and promoting CBD products on Facebook and Google, the two major traffic sources.
CBD offers are a good choice for both seasoned and new affiliate marketers who work with White Hat offers and want to try something new. If you are going to promote CBD offers, don’t forget to go over the legislation of a particular country and make sure that the THC content does not exceed 0,0%.