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800 clicks no sale!!

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by jaivy, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. jaivy

    jaivy Registered Member

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    The conversion rate of CB is too low.all traffic are from google,all clicks from CB banners from my site,what can I do?
    Any comments are welcome!!
     
  2. Orbit143

    Orbit143 Senior Member

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    Change your landing page, improve the sales pitch. You visitors are probably coming to your site with wrong attitude, e.g. you promise them free stull and then you want to sell them something instead.

    I would recomend you change it from clickbank to leadgen CPA offers, making leads is a lot easier than making sales.
     
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  3. Zemanel_

    Zemanel_ Regular Member

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    More targeted traffic is what you need, try changing or adding some keywords.
     
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  4. Nookie Monster

    Nookie Monster Senior Member

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    Maybe you need to offer a different ptoduct? IDK
     
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    trustedfire9 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    as you read in above comments ..... depends on product gravity too .........
     
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  6. jaivy

    jaivy Registered Member

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    thanks for all the comment!i have changed another offer,i'm not good at design landing page,it's a hard work non-english people.sorry about my pool english.thanks again for your help!
     
  7. raven123

    raven123 Regular Member

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    Change the product, improve on site seo, write some more articles, improve design, improve site speed. That should get you a good 2% conversion rate right there.

    Good luck1
     
  8. viv3k

    viv3k Newbie

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    you actually got to offer your visitors what you promised. Make an optin page, give them freebie and capture thier email. Promote your offers via email marketing..
     
  9. spoon22

    spoon22 Regular Member

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    try other products
    if that doesnt work, write a different sales pitch
    if that doesn't work at all, it's the wrong niche/keyword
     
  10. Speed100

    Speed100 Newbie

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    Try lot of different products.
     
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    imperial444 Elite Member

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    Try another products, don't stuck with one. Change things like everyday and see how it converts. This is the only way you will find what you need
     
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    OldSalt Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If you're getting clicks and you're no tricking them, then something in the ad appeals to them. If they aren't converting then they aren't seeing what they expected when they get there. Something made them click the ad - now you have to figure out why they aren't interested in the next stage. Could it be the wrong product or just a poor sales pitch? Take a good look at your ad and try to get 'into the head' of your viewers... why are they clicking it... what need or desire are they trying to answer and what in your landing page isn't addressing it?
     
  13. hypefrenzy

    hypefrenzy Junior Member

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    my first thought is the traffic isn't targeted for the product. when i've experienced low conversion rates in the past i found focusing more on making sure the right visitors are in front of the right product helps the most. hard part is figuring out is it the traffic, the product/offer, or both
     
  14. tomandre

    tomandre Registered Member

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    First of all, you're an affiliate promoting products in CB I presume...it's not your own product you're talking about?

    Anyways, is your traffic targeted enough to the pitch you're presenting on your landing page? Do they see the answer to what they wanted after reading your ad?
    Try playing around a little with the landing page, give them no reason but to buy the product, opt in or what it is you do on your landing page.
    I take it you use a landing page?

    If nothing seems to improve the convertions, you should choose another product....if it's a big niche, I'm sure there are other products you can promote that may work better for your traffic.

    Hope you figure it out!