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CB vendor with 1 gravity since last 6 months?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Nirmal, Jul 7, 2014.

  1. Nirmal

    Nirmal Regular Member

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    As far as I understand it means that only 1 affiliate is promoting that product. Graph shows gravity constant 1 since last 6 months. Doesn't it look too good? How can that be possible ? am I missing something here? please help.
     
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    Someone Please?
     
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    Pretty much as far as I know. That 1 affiliate could be selling hundreds every day and the gravity would be 1. If it's truly a constant 1, then it would seem that he's selling at least 1 each and every day which leads me to believe he actually sells more than 1 as there's always going to be low and high days.
     
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    yes - only 1 person in the past month was able to get a sale with it. it means it sucks!!
     
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  5. OldFatGuy

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    No it doesn't. He could be selling 1000s a day. The vast majority of affiliates see a 1 and think it must be crap and so don't promote it. Or it could be in some weird niche that hardly anyone promotes. There are tons of products on CB that no one promotes simply because they think high gravity means it sells better which is simply not true at all.
     
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    So does that mean that if I ll jump in to promote the product , I will have just 1 competitor and since he is selling it daily it means product is great. Should I be happy that I've found a goldmine. lol
    Thanks for your help buddy.
     
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    It could very well be a goldmine. I don't see how it would be possible to maintain a 1 unless it was making quite a few sales every day so that on a bad day it still sells at least 1. However, we have no idea what traffic sources he has or his method of promotion. He may have come across a goldmine that others won't be able to duplicate.
     
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    I understand what you have been talking about the gravity, but, what does it mean when the gravity is less than 1?, e.g. 0.56
     
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    Thanks for your help. I think the best way to check is to try to promote the best way I can to find out if its really a goldmine or not
     
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    Great, I didn't find a good explanation in clickbank's site itself. thanks for the guide.
     
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    Have a good look at the vendor's landing page.

    1. Is it professionally designed and written, and makes YOU interested in buying the product?

    2. Is the price reasonable ($27-47)?

    3. Is the problem the product is offering to solve, one that a person with such a problem is likely to dish out $27-47 to solve?

    If the answer to all three is a yes, than it is possible that you may have found a hidden gem. If the answer to any is no, than it is likely that the constant '1' is a result of vendor manipulation (e.g. buying their own product to maintain gravity).

    Mancar
     
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    Thanks for advice , that is what I was thinking that maintaining gravity 1 since last 6 months must be manipulation by vendor. digging into a quality of product is good idea I never thought of. Thanks for help :)

     
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    I am pretty sure Nishat is the only person who would be buying his ipad manual so I guess you are right about the vendor manipulation. :D
     
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