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Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by mikeisright, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. mikeisright

    mikeisright Regular Member Premium Member

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    Hello guys and gals,


    I have recently registered as a member of this wonderful forum.


    While I am fairly new to this forum I am one of the senior advertisers consultants of a large publishing
    company.


    We have been online since 2002 and have numerous extremely profitable Clickbank products among many other networks to whom we publish our products with.


    Long story short, whether your a complete newbie or a veteran I would like to become a part of your community and help YOU to benefit from my experience and


    knowledge and make real money starting today.


    I will do my best to answer any question regarding traffic generation, copywriting, sales letter design, video implementation, cloaking and tracking.


    It's a pleasure to meet your acquaintance,
    Mike.
     
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  2. sam.hunt0710

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    Hey welcome to the community a newbie this side too.
     
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    Mike,

    First of all welcome to the forum. Looking forward for your contribution in form of knowledge sharing :)

    Cheers
     
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  5. Avada14

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    Hi Nice to meet you,

    I also am new; I joined today.

    I also wanted to help others and learn at the same time, although my experience in affiliate marketing is only 12 months or so. I have recently applied for CPA affiliate networks as I hear these pay well, if you have the right traffic.

    I am currently using Clickbank only, I have open accounts with other networks, CJ, Paid on results etc but they don't interest me so much. I have a blog and several YouTube channels, my blog is new and is doing quite well (I think). Perhaps you could advise on this move i made, I signed up to Fiverr the other day, I bought a gig which lasts for over 2 months for ($5) and the seller provides traffic to your blog for that duration. I have been getting on average 3-400 visitors a day, my blog is adsense active. I have used ping sites myself and also stumble upon, Twitter & Facebook. I have also put many links to my blog in my YouTube videos, so everything is linked! Is there any tips you could give? I would appreciate any feedback. Thanks

    P.s If I can help you in any way feel free to ask :)
     
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    Welcome buddy and nice to have you here
     
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  7. mikeisright

    mikeisright Regular Member Premium Member

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    Hi Avada14,

    It's nice to meet you as well. First of all, never buy or trust traffic gigs from Fiverr. Think about it. If a Fiverr dude could generate as much targeted traffic as he/she wanted wouldn't they send them to THEIR own landing pages (instead of doing all of this "work" fr someone else for only 5 bucks)? Same goes for link building. Most Fiverr gigs for link popularity simply do not worth the time of correspondence made between you and the provider.The first rule of thumb when dealing with YouTube videos is quality content (including quality and relevant (not bot generated) comments). Second rule of thumb is treating your YouTube video as a separate textual landing page for which you SEO optimize everything (or outsource someone to do this for you). Hope this helps a bit.

    Mike.
     
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  8. Avada14

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    It does thanks, I like fiverr because it has given me traffic boosts in the past. It is better for things like copywriting really... Or squeeze page design, although you could do this yourself.

    With YouTube I can make a good bit of money off the videos I have using affiliate links, I've found however that review videos and such like for an affiliate product seem to struggle for views. So I stick to uploading good movies and putting relevant affiliate links in the video. This works. For me at least. But it's not a long term earner really, as YouTube can take the video down etc.
     
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  9. secax

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    Hi Mike,

    Thank you for great introduction. I'm a web design freelancer but new in clickbank. I'm thinking to create a product there but don't have any idea of what and how should I create. Do you have any advice for this kind of level?

    Thanks,
    Secax
     
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  10. mikeisright

    mikeisright Regular Member Premium Member

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    Hi Secax,

    I would first choose a topic that has a solid market (obligatory unless your purpose is purely artistic and not financially driven) + a topic which is either closer to my heart or one that I have significant personal experience with.

    Once you have started to make a few bucks you can outsource guys/gals with experience/knowledge/expertise in the filed you're aiming to create a product around.

    Warning: if the topic is emotionally strange to you, you still can make a solid income from the product in the long run (just look around the CB marketplace and you'll find plenty of "authors" who obviously don't know what they're talking about but are effectively (and immorally) exploiting the vulnerability of their target audience and bring home more than 1 Million a month in pure profits) but it's bad karma.

    Sorry to sound so Christian and patronistic, but that's just my own personal opinion.

    Hope this helps,
    Mike.
     
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    Hello mate, welcome and hope to follow more of your created threads.

    Look forward to your copywriting tidbits and more shared experiences from your publishing company.

    Cheers
     
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    Could you tell us what some of the products are?