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How Do You Choose ClickBank Products??

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by thorax232, Jan 25, 2012.

  1. thorax232

    thorax232 Newbie

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    So I'm new to this whole affiliate marketing thing and I've been trying to develop a standard as far as choosing products on ClickBank goes. Here's what I do.

    Must have vendor spotlight page.
    Gravity: 20 - 100+
    Avg. $/sale: 20 - 150+
    Initial $/sale: 0 - 20
    Avg %/sale: 75%

    I figure it needs to have some gravity but not too much, I don't want a lot of competition. The initial sale should be super low because people like cheap stuff but a higher price after that to get some actual money out of it. And then of course I may as well choose from the high amount of products that sale at leat 75% of the time.

    Of course this is only getting me two results for background checks and reverse phone look ups. (Super niche)

    So what do you think? Too strict? What do you do that gets you success?
     
  2. mancman

    mancman Newbie

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    To be honest, at the moment i'm not being too picky cos' i just wanna see some sales as i'm just starting out.

    The main thing i'm looking for at the moment is a product with somewhat high gravity. I know you say you don't like all the competition but these products must be selling right?
     
  3. fuzzy_corleone

    fuzzy_corleone Regular Member

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    For the past week I've been constantly researching amazon affiliate marketing. But just recently I decided against it because the 4% commission rate is way too long.

    Now I'm considering clickbank marketing since, apparently, there's more money in that. I too have the same questions as OP.
     
  4. tribo

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    I check what product have better sales page or a vid to rip in youtube :)
     
  5. Oukast

    Oukast Senior Member

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    "If you chase two rabbits, you'll lose them both".

    If you're just starting (like I am really), it's better to focus on max couple products and do them well. Sure I have thrown few YouTube videos of random products and gotten lucky sales, but for my main niche I'm ranking pretty good IMO in search engines. This is going to bring is some nice cash later on this year - I know this for sure.

    And you don't want too much gravity, since while yes it does sell, but you're up to guys that just plain dominate all the search results - so no matter how much you could potentially sell, you get zero to none sales since your ad won't show up anywhere.
     
  6. Mr Ex

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    How kind of you to hijack a thread and spam your service outside bhw.

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    I always thought the avg%/sale was your commision D:
     
  8. mancman

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    I see what you mean, although i don't intend on taking 'the big boys' i may choose a gravity of no more than 200. On the other end though i see some really crappy sales pages on the lower gravity products, not all but some....
     
  9. goldencreek

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    Help folks solve a problem, check out the sales page.If it doesnt look to scammy go with it. Forget about gravity.Help solve the problem
     
  10. seozeus

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    The parameters you mentioned for choosing the right CB product are correct. Don't go for higher gravity than 100 it means lot of competition. Landing page must also be appealing.
     
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    I normally look at a few factors:

    1. Gravity: I normally take high gravity products instead of gravity till 100, because that means that the product sales page is tried and tested and it is working as well. I agree it is more competition but the pros of a good sales page outweigh competition.

    2. Check the sales pitch: Longer sales pitches usually work great. If it's only a video, make sure it is not too long, like pregnancy miracle has a 34 minute long video or so without call to action (in earlier version)

    3. Gaps in sales funnel: If on clicking the close button the optin form appears for free reports, shun that clickbank product, because that means the conversion from that visitor would not get you any commission.

    These are the things I normally look at apart, from the category offcourse.
     
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