Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by hootnholla, Jul 30, 2007.
How do the marketing gurus get their product to be number one in popularity?
tell me more ...
I think it was more of a question than a statement. Unless, Hootnholla, well what cha know? Have you got one of your products very popular on Clickbank?
lol, I guess I should ask this ? again.
Piron was on the right track.
Anyways, I just recently saw the new ebook on Clickbank. Rockstar ebook. GAY. Anyways, it came outta nowhere. Do these guys have a HUGE optin list and thats how they create so many sales so quick. I hadnt even seen a advertisement for this ebook and its already #2 on CB. I know its a rehashed version of the other CB ebooks, but how did it reach its current status?
Huge lists and JV partners with HUGE lists
got it. I am going to look into JVs
yeah the warrior forum is a great place to find jvs
Me thinks it is due to the backlinks from affiliates that made them so popular.
The guys onn ClickBank make their living of those products. They work their asses off! Thats how they get so popular!
They just become friends with some of the "big guys" in the industry, and they have a jerk circle which they all piggy-back off each other when they release another rehased ebook.
E-mail Lists [Legal 'Spamming', but expensive]
And the biggest of them all they have LOTS of AFFILIATES promoting their product for them... getting insane amount of Affiliates consists of a combo of conversion/payout/how long product been around/luck/product perceived value etc etc
Some just have deep pockets, they buy
their own product (through their own
affiliate links) to jump start the program.
They are able to do this because clickbank
allow vendors to lower/raise the price of their
These vendors lower their products to something
like $3, they spend like $300 in one hour and
that will make it popular on the marketplace.
Other people have thousands of indexed
cloaker pages. When they submit their new
product to clickbank they redirect the traffic
from those pages to their clickbank landing
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