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Can someone explain me the stats on a clickbank product?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by ForTheWin123, Apr 7, 2013.

  1. ForTheWin123

    ForTheWin123 Regular Member

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    Could someone please explain me what does each of them mean? and which one is supposted to be bigger/smaller for a better product?


    Initial $/sale: $
    Avg %/sale: %
    Avg Rebill Total: $
    Avg %/rebill: %
    Grav: \



    THANKS!!!
     
  2. mr_neo

    mr_neo Regular Member

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    Initial $/sale: $ = Your commission per sale in $ amount
    Avg %/sale: % = Percentage commission per sale
    Avg Rebill Total: $ = Applies in case of rebill products (subscription based products)
    Avg %/rebill: %= Applies in case of rebill products (subscription based products)
    Grav: \ = Gravity gives you an idea of the "number" of affiliates who successfully made a sale in last 3 months. It does not depict the actual number of product sales. If you make a sale today, you contribute 1 gravity to a product and then it will go slowly to 0 in 12 weeks. You can only give at-most 1 gravity to one product.

    You need to read up.
     
  3. mrxinbollywood

    mrxinbollywood Elite Member

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    if you are in click bank, then you should not go for those products whose gravity is less than 5 and also should not go for those products whose gravity is above 100.
     
  4. onlinehitman

    onlinehitman Junior Member Premium Member

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    Hi,

    No matter which platform you choose to make money with affiliate marketing, please be sure not to go after only hyped products. Choose those affiliate products that are relevant to your niche and are not very cheap or very expensive. At the same time, you should experiment with different products and prices to find out what works best.

    Hope that helps.
     
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