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Discussion in 'Making Money' started by momob, Mar 14, 2016.

  1. momob

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    Hello Brothers

    my quetion is .what is the best ideas for get money from content lockers ???

    i tried E-books but it is not working for me
     
  2. momob

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    hi momo i think that people earn using blackhat niches with content locking cause i've never seen someone who had success with whitehat niches such as ebooks ,i think it would be better to go with clickbank and similar networks when it comes to whitehat
     
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    i need ideas for whitehat niches
     
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    I've used them on all sorts of things.

    Giveaway pages, adult content, "stream the ufc fight live" type sites. etc. Just have to have a following of whatever niche it is to get people to go there.
     
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    Giveaway pages like what can you explain more plz!!!!
     
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    Really? It's exactly what it reads like man. A page where you offer an incentive for people to complete your offers in your content locker. The incentive/giveaway could be anything as long as it has perceived value to the people you are providing it to. Here is a relevant example of something along these lines that I don't see a lot of people doing:

    Create a simple landing page with adult content - offer pre-paid porn site giftcards as the "incentive."

    Now of course this wouldn't be very productive if you actually provided the incentive since it would cost you about $10/card, and you would only earn $1-3 for an adult CPA conversion. So you'd have to find a way to either balance NOT actually providing the incentive, or providing a less valuable incentive or a more profitable front-end offer. I used to do this with the movies niche, and could easily earn money with each customer completing front-end offers expecting to get the movie, but then the movie page would simply open and redirect to a clickbank offer - which people also sometimes purchased. So there was a back-end earnings opportunity, the front-end CPA based earnings opportunity, and no laws broken as no incentive was ever actually provided, i.e. I never linked to or presented content which was actually copyrighted.

    The point of that paragraph is simply to illustrate that with content locking - you don't necessarily have to actually provide the incentive. You just really need a strong impression that this will occur. Do keep in mind you will always have greater success if you DO provide the incentive. It's a really bad user-experience to complete offers only to NOT receive the incentive.

    The idea of content locking is simple, and it works in any niche. If you didn't have success with ebooks, then you likely need to work on your presentation or webpage presentation, or you used content which was easily acquired elsewhere.

    There are only about 2 keys to success with content locking:

    1. Niche must be popular and in-demand, i.e. you need a way to drive traffic to your landing page, and a lot of it.

    If you are currently measuring your results on less than 500+UV direct hits to your lander per day - you're wasting your time in this because it's not enough traffic and that's why you might have less than stellar results. I was getting 3k UV per day in the movie niche to make $100+ with content locking.

    2. Content must not be easily acquired elsewhere.

    The most successful content locking strategies involve stuff which cannot easily be acquired elsewhere or is completely unique. The hungry prospect takes out his/her credit card(a metaphor for completing your CPA offer) only when his interest is peaked to the point of no return. Make sure your content is compelling, and completely convinces your prospect that their need/want/desire is immediately about to fulfilled upon completing your offer. This hunger will virtually force a lot of prospects to complete an offer.

    As an added angle a good strategy can often be to allow at least one of the content unlocking options to be a viral share opportunity.

    By letting people UNLOCK your content by sharing the page with their facebook, google+, linkedin, twitter, or other social network accounts - you create an opportunity for some exponential and viral growth of your site. Of course it's best in this situation to use some sort of intermediary page in case of a ban/block of your domain at the various social networks. So for example ... I might let people share the page, but instead of it sharing the actual page ... it might link to a web 2.0 or something that is unlikely to be taken down or is easily re-created while never totally exposing my earnings opportunity.

    Content locking is a great strategy, but with the questions you are asking it seems you are a complete noob, which is totally fine. We all were at some point. Just get out there and try to focus on some more attractive niches with better possible incentives, and if you fail - get up and try again. That persistence with a model like this is what separates earners from "casual online marketers." Many people try something once or twice, and give up if it does not succeed. Tons of people make money every day in content locking. I can hardly imagine a better incentive to continue to pursue it than that.
     
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