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CraigsList And Affiliate Programs

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by sharpie349, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. sharpie349

    sharpie349 Regular Member

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    Hey All,
    I can get about 1000+ craigslist replies from the job section daily and was wondering do affiliate places such as clickbank and click2sell have things to sell that are converable to that audience needing jobs? If so which one is best?
    Would really appreciate these answer's.
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    Mike
     
  2. AffiliateNinja

    AffiliateNinja Junior Member

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    what type of job postings are you making?
     
  3. sharpie349

    sharpie349 Regular Member

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    Well I wanted to make job ads about office assistants and things like that and then after send them to a clickbank product like about surveys or a quick cash site would that work.
    What type of reply should I send them?
    Sorry if I sounds real nooby but I dont want to ruin it on CL.
     
  4. pur113810

    pur113810 Newbie

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    You have the right thing in mind. I think you are also offering the alternative with the job ads. How do you think that will effect your ad on a overall basis?
     
  5. phoumy

    phoumy Newbie

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    Hi
    Have you thought about creating you own product?

    Phoumy
     
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  6. mdv1975

    mdv1975 Junior Member

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    I think thats the answer. If you can get tons of responses, just reverse engineer what they would buy - and pay someone to write it or create it. Easier said than done, but could be big.
     
  7. sharpie349

    sharpie349 Regular Member

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    Yea but I really would have no idea what to create.
    Also I only have about $100 in paypal so not sure if that would be even close.
     
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    mdv1975 Junior Member

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    I hear you. Let me ask you this, are you buying these leads, or generating them yourself? I might have an idea or two.
     
  9. sharpie349

    sharpie349 Regular Member

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    I can do both.
     
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    _TwaT_ Newbie

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    Generating leads takes time, buying the leads in my opinion is the way to go...The profit may not be as good as if you were to generate them yourself, but the posts will be on there, and in quanity. I personally go for quanity and not quality, and so far has worked out pretty well. I first started personalizing each individual reply letter I got from CL and other classified ad websites, and I found that it was just too time consuming. There are people that make CL listings for a living, just got to find em'. Usually they charge anywhere from .50 a post to a 1.00 a post. Some will post everywhere, and some will only post in certain cities. Just gotta get with em.
     
  11. sharpie349

    sharpie349 Regular Member

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    Have you done this with clickbank products?
     
  12. the mad hatter

    the mad hatter Newbie

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    You are on the right track but I agree look into selling your own product/service as it doesn't seem like a bad idea to your problem. Or you can look into creating your own site to host your own ad service.