Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by M4DM4X, May 16, 2019.
Thanks my friend I didn't know that, I will ask CB first if this is allowed, definitly a great idea
Yes, It is allowed for some product. You can directly send visitors to payment link of Clickbank.
Nice simple tips there, customers for free, thanks @royserpa
Until you get caught and fucked into 1000 pieces
Exactly, if you're from a tier 1 country, this method is a death certificate
I don't see anything wrong with that,
Its like dropshipping, and just keeping them on your mailing list for signing up to the website in the firstplace.
Yes, if you are living in a Tier 2/3 country nobody is coming after you. If I, as a german, do this...ouch...prison time incoming. And its not that hard to find out who is doing this.
Lol? You don't see whats wrong with this? What are you referring to?
Basically what Royserpa does is stealing their product, landing page and brand. They earn 0.
He still orders from them once he gets the sale from what I understand.
At least I would, unless you could source it yourself, but then your into a whole nuther story.
No, he orders the product once and the REFUNDS it...then when he gets the sale he sends the product (he refunded) to the customer.
A lot of these long sales pages and videos work really well, if someone has a problem or is interested in the topic they will definitely read (or watch it all).
Some of the top converting offers the 'Buy Now' button doesn't even appear for 10+ minutes into the video.
Imagine someone that has been suffering from back pain their whole life and stumbles across a page that seems like it may be able to cure it, damn right they are going to read it all.
What might seem boring to you an me will be a 'must read' for someone else.
Hundreds thumbs up!!!
I have exactly the same opinion! I really dont understand who reads all that text and those old fashioned outdated titles and images of cars and money.... its ridiculous
Yep I wonder how they can convert as good as they claim. Even the Clickbank website seems to be back from the 90's
CB is full of scamy products I'd never purchase myself. Honestly who promotes these type of products successfully here ?
These salespages convert very well.
It may seem ridiculous to you because you ARE an experienced internet marketer who can sniff out this nonsense very easily. But to those who aren't into marketing and what not, will not notice this and will read as normal.
Especially if these people who are looking for answers or solutions to their problem, they WILL continue to read. And bear in mind that the vendors/sellers who put out these salesletter have done A/B testing on them to ensure the best conversion rates. So what you're seeing now are tried high conversion selling salesletters.
Let me give you an example. Say you're having relationship issues or you feel your ex is cheating on you... You google for tips or even opt for email newsletter for tips to salvage your relationship... Then someone recommends you a relationship guide. You clicked the link and you've brought to the video salesletter or text salesletter. The headline catches your attention. Then you start reading onwards... the introduction story seems so similar to yours. Then the salesletter claims he/she found a way to salvage their relationship. Of course, this will intrigued you further to keep reading and reading. Then, sure enough, you're sold by the letter and they offer you the solution to your problems for just $37. But you think to yourself, "Isn't that kind of pricey?" But the author now offers you a "60 day money back guarantee with many bonuses for free". Without a doubt, there's a high chance you would just buy the product to try it out with their "iron-clad 100% money back guarantee".
But why such a long salesletter, you may wonder. The purpose of it is to build a bond with the reader. To build trust and rapport. That's why all salesletter always start with a catchy headline first, then the introduction story is always how the author is exactly in the shoes of the reader right now. Then it goes on and on about how they face the problem for weeks/months and it threatens their wellbeing (health, happiness, etc) then they start putting up their USP (Unique Selling Point) - their xxxx system, or xxxx technique that will solve your issue. And bla bla bla. All these is the standard template for copywriters. That explains why some video salesletter doesn't show that checkout button after a certain period of time... Because it doesn't want to let viewers have the impression like "Ugh... a product that needs to be paid. I'm out of here" and clicks that X button. The intention is to make them view the whole material and make them have the need to get it.
Clickbank products do sell well. I know of many platinum members making millions from their own products. And mind you, they are giving off 75-90% commission to affiliates yet they are makng millions! Imagine the amount of sales they are getting. And these vendors have networked each other to do something called "cross promotions". If Clickbank products don't convert or sell at all, Clickbank would have closed down a long time ago. But they have been in business for decades and they're always innovating themselves - just see how effective their checkout page are now... Vendors can now edit and stylize their checkout pages so beautifully to increase their conversion rates.
Majority of my income is from Clickbank alone. My network of friends who are doing Clickbank are also doing well. Mancar487, a user here, is even a Platinum member with Clickbank.
Those who keep mocking Clickbank's outdated page, long-winded salesletter, and so on... are saying it from their own perspective - as an experienced marketer. They aren't viewing it from an non-marketer.
How do you make stealth paypal? Isnt there a $10,000 cap? And after you need to verify it? Just want to know the method. Haha youre a savage mate. Hahaha
CB product pages are sooo 2009. in my opinion...
No cap imfor international pp accounts
This would work for sure. Visitors would be more convinced if they're to watch a product-related video than having to read some boring stuff.
@Sophie, thanks for your input it makes sense. We as marketers don't look at those pitches the same way people look at them. That's great you are making a good income from CB, congrats. Let's follow your track and make some good money too
Obv shocking/sensitive content worjs mile ahead than boring old school miles long content hahh
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