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How to pick a click bank product

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by chillyd1, Sep 3, 2007.

  1. chillyd1

    chillyd1 Registered Member

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    I was wondering how you guys go about figuring out what niche is hot and what products to promote at click bank. I was also wondering if you get paid (through follow up with the autoresponder) if they don't buy the product right then but buy the product from the companies follow up sales pitches.

    thanks,

    chillyd
     
  2. Diamond Damien

    Diamond Damien Owner BlackHatWorld Staff Member Jr. VIP

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    For ClickBank products you want to find a product that has a good sales page. This is the most important thing before commission.

    If you have a choice between a product paying out 75% commission with a crappy sales letter or a product with an awesome sales letter and only paying out 25% commission. I would choose the 25% one. The average payout for electronic products is 50%

    The 2nd thing to pay attention to is do they have an autoresponder? If they do not, you should pick an affiliate that does. Email is a great way to make the customer come back to the website. And often the customer will need to be exposed to the product several times before they purchase the item...especially if the product is expensive.

    And to answer your other question, yes if the customer does not buy the product right away and instead buys it through the follow up emails you should receive credit "generally speaking" because there is a cookie on the customers computer when they first clicked on your Affiliate link. The last click gets the sale. Cookies will last 60 days from ClickBank. If someone clicks on
    your link and then returns to the site without going through another affiliate link, you will get the credit. If they go through another affiliate link, the other affiliate will get the credit.

    This is what clickbank had to say about cookies:
    Hope this helps!
     
  3. Ruck

    Ruck Guest

    Right on Dave,

    Dave hits it head on with the autoresponder. While some people may complain that vendors might try to "hijack" affiliates payouts with an autoresponder I have never had this problem.

    Typically I jon the in the autoresponder to evaluate the context of what is being said. I also not the frequency as to how many times the responder is sending out email. These are all vital components for you to receive that commission. The myth is that a consumer will need to vist/or be refreshed 7 times before making a sale. Thru my own email marketing efforts on digital downloadable products I have found it to be in the 4-6 range, so 7 contacts is a great possibility of receiving a commission.

    Also, there is gold in them vendor emails. Take em and make your own autoresponder serious, break them up into blog posts..whatever. The deal is to find a vendor that is good at their email marketing. The better they are, the more and better chance of your marketing efforts paying off in a commision.
     
  4. chillyd1

    chillyd1 Registered Member

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    Thanks guys. That clears those questions up.

    :)
     
  5. Diamond Damien

    Diamond Damien Owner BlackHatWorld Staff Member Jr. VIP

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    Hey Ruck glad to see you back on the forums!
     
  6. pary07

    pary07 Newbie

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    that was really great info.
    I had learned other basic methods of identifying good products lke gravity etc. but i leaned something new here.
    Also I 've found out that the new products which have potential to become hot are likely to pay u more and on the launch day there conversion rate is extra ordinarily high especially in thr int. mktng. niche.
     
  7. pary07

    pary07 Newbie

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    Hi ruck

    I read your free reports.
    Surprised u didn't sell them on clickbank. Both together could have easily packaged into a 47$ product.perhaps 97$.:p
     
  8. Ruck

    Ruck Guest

    Yea thanks for the compliment but not into selling to other marketers:)
     
  9. pdaguy9

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    What is it in a salespage that you like? How do you know "good copy" when you see it?
     
  10. Diamond Damien

    Diamond Damien Owner BlackHatWorld Staff Member Jr. VIP

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    Good question! I could write a book on this subject lol. The past couple weeks I studied up on what makes a good sales page... watched some DVD's listened to hours of CDS and after all my research, it boils down to the following:

    1. Your sales page needs a Bold Red Headline.
    A headline will grab the reader?s attention and make them want to continue reading the sales page. If you don't have a headline you might as well kiss a good % of your customer?s goodbye.

    2. The longer the sales page the better...to an extent. How long should it be? As long as it takes, generally more expensive products have longer sales pages.

    3. You need bullet points.
    People like to skim sales letters and bullets grab their attentions to key points.

    5. You need to have testimonials from other people. Most people will trust what other people say about the product. If your product is new, give a couple copies away to friends / associates and ask them to give their testimonials.

    6. You must have at good 100% money back guarantee. I fought this one for the longest time. It hurt to think about it, especially electronic products when someone can easily use the product or service and then claim that they want a refund. But trust me, it has been proven that you will gain more sales from this alone, than if you did not have a money back guarantee. It's called "Risk Reversal" Sure some people will ask for their money back, but a greater percentage of people will buy your product so you end up winning in the end.

    7. The layout and fonts need to be the same style and color.
    Don't have 6 different colored fonts in your sales letter. I made that mistake on my first one. It looked like a bunch of fruit loops with text! The main text should be black font size 12 or 14 and I hear typewriter font is best.

    8. Graphics should be professionally done.
    Don't screw yourself at the end and try to cheap out by doing the graphics yourself or having some crappy artist design your headers, footers and all around design. If anything you should spend the most possible for the best design. Expect to pay around $97 and up to $397for a nice looking mini site.

    Any more questions about Sales pages feel free to ask..:)[​IMG]
     
  11. Ruck

    Ruck Guest

    (Hint of Sarcasm)

    You need Fancy Race Cars in the header
    Loads of stolen Clickbank check pictures
    Loads of fake testimonials
    Loads of bonuses given out freely on the Net
    Loads of promises of getting rich over night.

    Do that and you got the Ultimate Wealth Package or
    some other best selling P.O.S. on their network.

    This was just a joke. But the fancy racecar in the header...golden:)
     
  12. pdaguy9

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    Can anyone give me an example of their favorite sales page of all time?

    I've heard that the sales page is probably the most important part of any product as "people buy the sales page". Obviously, the product has to have value because customers will return it if it is junk.

    But I would like to see what some of you consider the "gold standard" in sales pages. I am interested in studying how the author analyzes his target audience and emotionally speaks to them.
     
  13. pary07

    pary07 Newbie

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    my favorite sales page :- the rich jerk...
    prejaculation.com
    seoelite
    hope that helps.....?
     
  14. pdaguy9

    pdaguy9 BANNED BANNED

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    Well, I have to say that after reading dozens and dozens of sales pages, the best I have found would be Day Job Killer. I was ready to pull out my credit card and order it right there on the spot!

    Killer copy.
     
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    Yeah I agree with pdaguy9. Chris Mcneeney ? (Is that right?) Whether he writes his copy or has someone else write his copy, it's damn good.

    -Eric
     
  16. Ruck

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    Yea,

    He has someone write it :)

    Would love to have his content spinner
    they use to rehash their product content:gay:

    But the copywriting is sick, then again :gives:
     
  17. pdaguy9

    pdaguy9 BANNED BANNED

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    And who would that be our esteemed Moderator?