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Anyone use a landing page for Adult Webcam offers?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by hulkhogan, Dec 11, 2015.

  1. hulkhogan

    hulkhogan Registered Member

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    Hey does anyone use a landing page before send their traffic to adult cam sites like Chaturbate, jasminlive , streamate, etc....?

    If your are willing to share, what have you found what works as far as copy/photos? or do you find landing pages are not very effective?

    Thanks for any feedback
     
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    YourMoneyButton Senior Member

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    Pretty pointless IMHO
     
  3. hulkhogan

    hulkhogan Registered Member

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    Why do you say its pointless?
     
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    The more clicks you have between the customer & the final registration, the less the conversion rate. That's why people prefer SOI instead of DOI etc etc. It really depends on the quality of your traffic. But in case of blind / non incentive traffic, you'll be better with the network landing page, without adding any steps that would lead the client to close the window.
     
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    This isn't always true my friend. There is a very interesting thing that happens when you sandwich this traffic into an effective landing page that has engaging pre-sell content. That something is that while clicks to the final lander go down ... the conversions can often go up. So this becomes a balancing act of ensuring that your overall traffic flow to final lander remains relatively high, but that absolutely unmotivated traffic gets lost along the way. As a professional copywriter I can assure you the only person I want to even look at my final landers is the one frothing at the bit to get what I have.

    Having a generally more motivated prospect who is ready to take the next step when getting to the final landers is a full time effort of utilizing the right calls to action within videos, sending traffic to a targeted lander that makes sense in the context of the original call to action, and then finally pushing them through to the final channel of the sales funnel, i.e. the actual sales page. So while I agree with both you and Nate that it MIGHT not be worth it for the average person pursuing this model, anyone who has skills, or a budget to get landers made CAN and SHOULD split test this idea for themselves.

    Given the numbers of people promoting this method at this time I'm surprised you guys wouldn't have noted that everyone and their grandmother has likely already landed on the major affiliate network landers. This is another reason to consider implementing your own landing page.

    That doesn't mean everyone should use their own landers. I'd actually encourage people to test this stuff themselves. Split testing in an A/B scenario here is about as easy as 301 half your traffic through to the affiliate offer, and the other half to your landers. Then compare the results by looking at the 301 data as compared to the WHOLE number of people who clicked to your first lander. If you see that EPC is higher ... then you've found your first winning landing page. It could take a lot of iterations before you find one that works though. Do keep in mind ... the networks have high-end well designed landing pages, so if you have no idea how to presell a hot prospect and get them pumped to complete an offer - then you should not use your own landing page.
     
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