Discussion in 'Other Affiliate Programs' started by nobodyelsein, Aug 25, 2014.
If you got 40k clicks no no sales, your traffic sucks
if you would explain how exactly you are getting the traffic then we would know better to answer your questions.
but yeah, basically, 40k clicks and no sales means the traffic sucks.
The system is this - I've created RSS feeds from online retailers clearance pages, I then combine the URLs to the deals with my affiliate code and roll the whole thing into a single RSS feed. That RSS feed is then used to feed a couple of Wordpress syndication sites (com and org), a tumblr site and a bunch of Twitter accounts. The Twitter accounts are developing followers very gently and slowly by following the followers of big names in the niche.
So apart from the Wordpress sites the traffic isn't passing through a site I can check metrics on at all.
I'll be completely honest, I have no real idea why the traffic is so stupidly high. I could understand maybe 4,000 clicks, but not 40,000! I've not done that much work!
This is a niche with an obsessive following where people very publicly flaunt how much they spend. There are low value items available as well.
Is the products are based on your niche?
If it is not related then there is no use as people will just click and move to the next related site. Or else the prices for the product may dump the quality of it in outlook. Just do promote it well attractively. this might help I think so.
Thank you. It is exceptionally laser-targetted, in some cases I'm growing Twitter accounts by following the followers of the advertiser I'm promoting. The logic behind this is that the users have shown they're interested because they're following the advertisers I'm putting out the special offers for.
Oh man it's great. Finally you got a reason behind it yourself right. Anyways you might get some ideas through this. It will help you and good luck with sales
I'm going through the stats looking for an error somewhere, but I just can't see it!
Separate names with a comma.