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Clickbank Question

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Lacubrious, Jul 11, 2016.

  1. Lacubrious

    Lacubrious Newbie

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    Hello Guys,

    I've recently joined the world of affiliate marketing and have been promoting Clickbank products using Bing. So far, I've made a few sales, but I feel like their system is literally ripping me off.

    For example, I promote a service that is in very high demand, low competition and it is the type of service that you don't look for unless you definitely need it.

    I get very high amount of clicks and obviously I don't expect every click to be a sale, but ever since I got my first sale I've had maybe about 50 clicks and only 1 Order form impression count.

    Has anyone else experienced something similar? I've also spoken to their tech support about this.

    Thanks
     
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  2. dangerboy121

    dangerboy121 Registered Member

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    i think that you have one of 2 problems:
    1- the product sucks, its not converting well.
    2- the is fairly good competition on the niche .
     
  3. SnoopyDrew

    SnoopyDrew Senior Member

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    50 hops is nothing in clickbank. Once you get up into the 3 or 4 hundred then maybe you can worry about not getting sales. 90 percent of clickbank products are garbage. Only a couple of decent ones in there you just need to dig through the dirt to find the gold.
     
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    Angellutz Newbie

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    Advertising in affiliate marketing is a risky business. I lost a lot of money in this process. But that's just me...it works for others.
     
  5. digitalbistro

    digitalbistro Registered Member

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    clickbank products are not on demand but it is up to your advertising budget for high competition keywords, you can trial and error with facebook ad or adword.
     
  6. mancar487

    mancar487 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Get in touch with the vendor of the product you are promoting. He/she will be able to advise you on how to optimize your promotion (unless they or their product sucks; in that case you should switch to a different product).
     
  7. BHcpaKid

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    The sales page might suck. That would lead to low conversions.
     
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    What do you guys/girls/other think is the best method for cloaking your affiliate link on facebook posts?