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Deciding type of clickbank site to make?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by jordanwelch, Jan 1, 2016.

  1. jordanwelch

    jordanwelch Newbie

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    I've been doing a lot of research lately on Clickbank and IM and i've noticed there are sites that showcase a couple products through many articles and they brand themselves towards the certain niche. I've also seen the ones with just one product usually having 3-5 articles and a freebie (e-book, youtube guide, etc.). I've found my niche and want to get started soon but i'm trying to decide what type of website to go with? Looking for some insight from people who have seen some success from clickbank. Which format brings the most sales?
     
  2. Lomomu

    Lomomu Junior Member

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    Choose a nice blogging theme that you think will work from Themeforest - so much good stuff there I spent atleast 3k the last year on templates.

    As to jumping into a niche and recommending a number of different products, that's a great way to go which a lot of successful affiliates do.

    A major benefit to doing that as an affiliate, and building out a site with good content and recommendations on products, is that over-time it will become a complex and gain trust from search engines. So you will start ranking for product brand names easier (smaller ones ofcourse).

    So say for example your website was jordanstrustedreviews.com (even though it wouldn't be that!). You would have a dedicated page for each product under a sub url, for example:

    jordanstrustedreviews.com/venus-factor
    jordanstrustedreviews.com/ed-miracle
    jordanstrustedreviews.com/diabetes-lie

    Or whatever your promoting, I'd recommend choosing some smaller products, that have a gravity of 10-30 (so you know they convert), so that you can rank for those products easier if there isn't too much competition.

    But as a tip for getting started, don't put your heart and soul into SEO - work on it, but also learn other ways to bring visitors to your website too so your not just waiting for rankings so that you can start earning.

    Cheers :)
     
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  3. jordanwelch

    jordanwelch Newbie

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    Thank you very much for this, Quality tips.
     
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  4. Warrior 66

    Warrior 66 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Lomomu have shared some great tips , follow them. Here is my humble peace of advice.

    I myself have tried 2 models for clickbank.

    1) Single product site with product name type domain consist of 1 long product review with 3-4 product related articles and 4-5 product's niche related articles.
    2) Niche related blog type site, with branded domain name. First I through some high quality niche related articles of different lengths like 300 to 700 words per articles. These niche related articles are not more then 40-50 on my site. Along with these articles I publish niche related clickbank product reviews.

    Both models have good and bad points. Model 1 is easy but its like earn and run. Its not long term like my single product sites maximum stay on top 10 for 6-8 months and then penalized. Model 2 is hard and little bit costly but its a long term earning stream. In model 1 you can target only 1 product where as in model 2 you can target unlimited niche products.
     
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