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Click bank vendors guide?!

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by rs pwner, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. rs pwner

    rs pwner Regular Member

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    I noticed there is a buttload of affiliate guides but not a single vendors guide showing someone how to make a successful launch. I looked around google everywher and couldn't find one. I did see something called "Clickbank Stealth" but that product wasn't even close to this. Is anyone here ever had a successful launch and could you teach me how to have one? My current launch since 2 days ago has made me only $31 :/.... Please help...
     
  2. kirkonpolttaja

    kirkonpolttaja Senior Member

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    Yeah i would also like to know if there is good guide for vendors, i have few ideas i can write about (make a eBook)...

    But 31$ for 2 days is good, few days and you are doing profit :) (If i'm not wrong and submitting own product to clickbank still costs 50$???)

    Create alot of launches!
     
  3. rs pwner

    rs pwner Regular Member

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    Yeah it's still $50. I've been trying to get people on here totake advantage of my 75%/sale launch spread but sadly no one is making the error to do it. I'm not sure about what I'm doing wrong :/....
     
  4. kirkonpolttaja

    kirkonpolttaja Senior Member

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    The gravity of the product will rise slowly and gain interest of people via that, so i guess it will grow naturally :)

    i will pm you and idea you should try out...
     
  5. rs pwner

    rs pwner Regular Member

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    So my product launch is like a baby in the moms stomach. I'm gonna have to wait awhile for gravity to work? yes please do send me an idea.
     
  6. neo3187

    neo3187 Senior Member

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    even i will be launching a product soon, I am clueless about the sales page and inviting affiliates for JV.. any tips?
     
  7. ash1ey

    ash1ey BANNED BANNED

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    If you can afford to pay someone to write your copy for you. Do it!

    I'm having a right headache trying to write copy that converts to sales at the minute.
     
  8. neo3187

    neo3187 Senior Member

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    Ya i guess i can afford it but I dont know who to outsource it to, and also who can design and setup a sales page and affiliates page for clickbank for me :(
     
  9. ash1ey

    ash1ey BANNED BANNED

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    Design of the sales page isn't really that difficult as you are best to keep it nice and simple. The easiest way to do it is to look at your competitors and use ideas from them.

    If you go to the warriors forum and go to the copywriting section there are some decent copywriters who hang around there.
     
  10. appliedscience

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    If you know basic HTML/CSS to get around a website and make changes, do the above suggestion and find a sales copy website you like. Download the FF plugin 'web developer toolbar', you can export the html, css and images. I'm not recommending you steal anyone's website, but for the basic template this is a free way - just some time is needed.

    Alternatively, these websites are usually single column websites and wouldn't cost you too much to have designed if you go to odesk or even speak with a designer here on the forum.

    Outsourcing sales copy is pricey. I wouldn't recommend outsourcing it for cheap because it's unlikely coming from someone who knows sales copy and is writing you something that's going to convert really well. What you can do is outsource an article writer to research you niche, find you 10+ results for what people are looking for then get them to write the benefit (or you can do this in association with your product). If you know what your market wants it makes it easier for your copy to speak to them and sell them on your offer.