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Average conversion rate of #1 ranking?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ichiban, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. ichiban

    ichiban Junior Member

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    I know this is a difficult question to answer because there are so many variables. But for those of you with multiple #1 rankings that are pushing digital products like CB, what are your #s? Monthly.

    1%? Less?
     
  2. destination-target

    destination-target Regular Member

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    See. conversation depends on sevral things.

    1# quality of the content
    2# market demand of the product
    3# price
    4# targeted keyword

    suppose if you rank 1# for a forex related product for keyword-"forex" then you are going to get daily 500-600 sell (approx)

    but if you rank 1# for a long tail keyword then you may get sell monthly 2-3 :)

    everything depends on some common situation. analysis it, do more research, note down the negative things, plan to make those negative point to positive then make a worksheet and start implementation.
     
  3. kappa84

    kappa84 Power Member

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    It depends on so many factors....I got more conversions with a product on 5th place than I am getting now on 2nd....As odd as it might sound.
     
  4. tiger56

    tiger56 Registered Member

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    what are the factors
     
  5. Chrisss

    Chrisss Senior Member

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    Your conversion rate would most likely be the same if you are at no1 spot or no11 spot. In fact would I believe that the conversion rate would be bigger for a lower position, because only persistent buyers will look that far down in SERP's.
     
  6. spoon22

    spoon22 Regular Member

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    I made the same observation. Often i have more sales on 3rd position than on first. I guess potential buyers compare the results in the SERPS and don't buy the first that comes up.

    But 1% conversion should be possible. If you promote a clickbank product you need a hig ctr to get 1%.