Does a high gravity necessarily indicate that a product is popular? The definition of Gravity in the ClickBank website is as follows: HTML: Gravity: Number of distinct affiliates who earned a commission by referring a paying customer to the vendor's products. This is a weighted sum and not an actual total. For each affiliate paid in the last 8 weeks we add an amount between 0.1 and 1.0 to the total. The more recent the last referral, the higher the value added. Gravity does not indicate how many people purchased the product, which leads on to my question. On one hand, a high gravity means that many people have sold it, thus the product has a lot of sales. On the other hand, a high gravity could mean that quite a lot of people have sold perhaps a single copy of the product. My initial question also leads onto this question: should I sell a product with a high gravity? I have researched the niche on Google and it revealed that there are a few thousand global searches for the product name. I wish to analyse whether I will generate money if I pursue it. Thank you.