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Finding a Good Product That Has Low or No Gravity

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by john.morrison, Jul 8, 2009.

  1. john.morrison

    john.morrison BANNED BANNED

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    Hi,
    Many marketers rely on the 30/100 rule with CB, and basically either create a fortune or try the products that doesn't work for them. And I also had those days, and recently started to experiment with products that have 0 or no gravity.

    Other than reading a 4 page long letter, what are some key triggering points that will help me assess better if a product with low gravity will convert or not?

    Thanks a lot in advance!
     
  2. cunxing

    cunxing Junior Member

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    personally i will not try to promote a product with garvity below 75 and % sale below $25!

    i know you don't want to compete with those savy marketer, that's why you looking a low gravity product to promote, right! High gravity product has prove to have great conversion, all you have to do is get small traffic to your site and i hope you make sale.

    hope this will help...
     
  3. john.morrison

    john.morrison BANNED BANNED

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    Yea that's part of the reason. I also realized that some of the products experience a huge jump due to a hungry market, a good sales copy and JV efforts.

    However, there are also products that does have a solution for a target market but not rising up in terms of gravity due to lack of JV or just pure lack of market desire.

    At one point those high gravity products were down, and the ones that rise up were initially tested by previous marketers. So, I want to know what they were thinking when they thought about testing a low gravity product! :)