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Best Convert Landing Pages To Promote CB???? CB Affiliate Veterans Please Reply

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by BaldHead, Jun 12, 2013.

  1. BaldHead

    BaldHead Registered Member

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    Hey,

    I am wondering what experienced CB affiliates feel are the best landing pages for promoting CB products as affiliate, meaning, do you think review type sites work best with contextual affiliate links, or do you use banners within written text for your target CB offers (when banners are available from merchants)?

    Maybe traditional sales pages, with calls to action and the like?

    Thanks, any info would be helpful
     
  2. netmoney1

    netmoney1 Executive VIP

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    What works for one person isn't going to necessarily work for you. Create as many different landing pages as you can (using the examples you gave) and split test them - it is going to depend on the offer you are promoting and the quality/type of traffic you are driving to those pages.

    There is no right answer - you need to test and use your own data to eliminate some and expand/tweak on others. Once you know the winning formula for your particular traffic and product then you can expand and create more pages that have different colors/layouts/etc.

    Test, test, and test some more.
     
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  3. BaldHead

    BaldHead Registered Member

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    Damn, I knew that was the answer, but I was hoping for something simpler, I hate testing, thank you

     
  4. netmoney1

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    Yeah, honestly it is the only way to get "real" data - testing is fun once you see how to tweak and make changes that result in increased sales.

    Good luck!
     
  5. BaldHead

    BaldHead Registered Member

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    Thanks!

     
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    In my experience, the less promotional a page looks, the better it converts. A review page filled with banners screaming 'click here' all over the page kills your credibility.
     
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  7. BaldHead

    BaldHead Registered Member

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    Thanks, I agree with you on that.
     
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    What i believe is that a review/landing page mentioning both sides of a product (positive and negative) is generally seen as more trusted and effective, for conversions.

    Also tutorials on how to use a particular product and benefiting out of it, sites and video's do convert well
     
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  9. MaverickonRoids

    MaverickonRoids Power Member

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    Actually, testing to me is quite fun. If you are doing CPA testing, that's a HUGE drain on resources, but if you do the YT + CB method, your traffic is very cheap. And if traffic is cheap, you can pretty much try a few things out and see what sticks.

    To me, it's the journey that's most fun (if it doesn't break the bank, of course lol).

    Good luck.
     
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  10. BaldHead

    BaldHead Registered Member

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    LOL, yeah right now the bank is small. I assume YT stands for YouTube? And if so, do you make your own vids or do you outsource?