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ClickBank Sales Pages

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SnoopyDrew, Jun 24, 2015.

  1. SnoopyDrew

    SnoopyDrew Senior Member

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    I swear some of the sales pages on clickbank have fucking 1 hour long videos, the more I go through them the more I am actually astonished that people actually make sales with those videos.

    Do those ridiculously long clickbank videos actually convert for anybody? I have only had one sale with one of those pages.
     
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    I find they convert more when they exit out and get the cheaper discounted price. It depends what niche you are in, but they do convert in some.
     
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    I guess that makes sense, but why the fuck do they need to make the videos an hour long? I can understand maybe 10 minutes max but I feel like almost nobody including myself has the patience to sit through a video that long.I think they should have a buy now button under every video, I think the conversion rate would be much higher.
     
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    Alot of those product makers spend alot of cash on testing, and obviously they want the most conversions as possible. I dunno about the hour long ones but I think something like 12-24 min or something like that is suppose to convert really well. According to Ryan Deiss.