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How to promote a product that will be released in about a week?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by h0m1e, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. h0m1e

    h0m1e Newbie

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    So,this is my question.
    How to promote a product that will be released in about a week?Should I create a sniper site ,use that product name as a keyword and domain and optimize for it,or should I already have a site and try to promote multiple products in the same niche through email marketing,making a review site???
    Is Interspire email marketer a good product to use ??
    I was thinking that if I use that product name as a keyword,as I did keyword research, I will get little to no traffic in this week as it doesn't have that many searches,and it takes a bit to create the site and get indexed,and it won't be in top 10,from the beggining.
    I still have the Google Sniper 2 knowledge in my head,but I read in Clickbank section that those methods aren't that efficient nowadays.
    Please help, newbie here,I have so many questions.
     
  2. rickjonas

    rickjonas Newbie

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    i can provide you the solution
     
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  3. rickjonas

    rickjonas Newbie

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    Occupation:
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    I have Interspire + power MTA solutions
    Features:
    1. Multiple MTA (Mass Transfer Agent)
    2. from ID & Signature Rotation
    3. Subject Line Rotation
    4. Feedback Loop
    5. Power MTA
    6. DKIM Setting
    7. SPF Settings.
     
  4. lampchair

    lampchair Newbie

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    You can build hype about it to your list.
     
  5. h0m1e

    h0m1e Newbie

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    I have been reading around for some time and I decided to begin promoting existing products, and to build my list ,and after I built it to promote new lauching products
     
  6. xoskillet

    xoskillet Regular Member

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    slap up a youtube video about it ..... it will rank fast in google since there isnt any competition yet .... then toss some backlinks at it so that you keep the top spot once everyone else starts selling it.
     
  7. h0m1e

    h0m1e Newbie

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    Thanks.
    So I decided to start a review site with existing products,and to build a list.When I will grow the list,and the site,then eventually I will promote some product launches or other existing products.
     
  8. aftershock2020

    aftershock2020 Senior Member

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    Do it all, bud.

    Build the review site, the pre-existing product sales pages and mix your own product launch into the mix right now, that way when the new traffic from existing product sales come in and check you out, they will instantly label you with more authority if you have your own products on your own primary company site.

    The key is to present yourself as a business person, running a business site that promotes many products and services that you believe in, use and most importantly, know get results. Don't go at it as an individual, as it is much easier to promote yourself as a larger, instantly more respected company entity than it is to be a single person of credability that has to constantly be proven.

    Businesses have known this and used it for years. Proof is in the everyday household products you shop for every day, or when you have that burger, buy tickets at a theater...you don't personally know the guy behind the curtain is not going to rip you off. However, it is commonsense that a business can be held responsible/accountable...no matter if the owner really upholds to those expectations or not.

    I personally try to in everyway, as everyone knows, my business front-end is 100% whitehat, while am a student of all shades of the proverbial hat in question. It is merely a personal choice.

    Hope this helps.