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Exit Popup On Clickbank Products, Effective Or Just Annoying?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Jjames2484, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. Jjames2484

    Jjames2484 Newbie

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    Hello Everyone,

    I have been working on a clickbank product for a little while now and I am getting close to a launch. Currently wondering if i should use a javascript exit popup on the site. I have one and have been testing it and it seems to be more of an hindrance than help. Works great in chrome and IE, but in firefox it doesn't display the proper message in the alertbox. It just displays a generic "are you sure?", with an option to "Leave Page" or "Stay On Page" While looking through the clickbank marketplace, I notice some of the more successful products don't even use such a popup.

    Any feedback from experienced affiliates or product creators would be greatly appreciated.
    Any tips on other methods to increase conversions?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. zeryouh

    zeryouh Newbie

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    Me personally... I find it annoying if I get stuck on a page. But thats my opinion.

    First method: Increasing conversions is simple. You give the consumer a taste of the product by helpful information or a service. If you help them before they pay then they will pay. For example if you sell a ebook about how to earn money online. Then you show 101 ways to make money online and then at the end you say if you want more secrets that help you then join us. People will more likely convert.

    Second method what I learned is targeting traffic more precisely. Lets say the big websites who got authority over a niche get the most traffic because they are controlling the highway. What you do is creating a side road for people who want to seek further because they cant find it on the highway. For example you want to buy adidas shoes. What most people will google is "buy adidas shoes". Then they see the authority sites but 1 problem. But if when someone wants to pay trough paypal. Then they will likely google "buy adidas shoes with paypal". Thats the point where they leave the highway in search of a sideroad. It involves more seo meaning you need to translate what the consumers think to the search engine.

    Third and last. If you have content and seo at their top then advertise and start forums explaining what extra's they can get if they visit or purchase from your website. You will see results in couple days and you get quality traffic with almost no bounce percentage. But don't mislead as it will count negative.

    I know my answers are broad and not specific. But the most hard work must come from you as IM is trial and error till you find a way that works then you keep optimizing and developing.

    I am a newbie too but following this certain guidelines gives me positive results

    Goodluck my friend jjamers2484
     
  3. cojocariuadrian

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    It's annoying.

    But there some scripts from what I've seen that when you move the cursor towards the X button, a pop-up shows.

    You can put a pop-up that won't stop the user from closing the tab, but will get his\her attention.

    Offer a freebie, or a discount, or maybe a trial.

    Maybe you get them to click one more time and spend some more time on the next page :D

    Good luck with the launch !
     
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  4. Beven

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    I don't see the harm if the visitor was going to leave anyway. However it depends how likely it is for the visitor to revisit the page or not. If it's likely then a pop-up may not be a good idea. But I doubt visitors to Clickbank sales pages are ever going to plan on intentionally re-visit.
     
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    I recently recieved an email from a clickbank seller I was promoting. It said that she/he was very excited about the addition of this popup to his website. It said that it was proven to help with conversion rates.
     
  6. Jjames2484

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    Thanks to all who've responded, the info is very helpful!