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How to understand Clickbank????(the price of a product you're promoting)

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Smokingfilla, Oct 17, 2015.

  1. Smokingfilla

    Smokingfilla Registered Member

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    Ok so I've decided to try and weed through all the crappy more than likely scam products on clickbank and promote some legit products on clickbank with hopes of making atleast 4 digits a month.WELL,in the process I realized something....I do not know how to figure out the price of a product on Clickbank,I see the int sale which I've figured out that's how much I'll make for the product for every sale but I can't find out how much the product is.I'm actually glad I didn't continue promoting clickbank before because I JUST realized I never knew the actual price of a product lol.

    So how do I figure out the price of a product on clickbank and since I'm new to affiliate marketing thing is knowing hops and conversions really something important to know?
     
  2. Hitman Contract

    Hitman Contract Registered Member

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    Hey mate,

    Just try to promote the product which has a lot of demand these days and legit as well and gravity defines everything that which product you should go with because you would not like to promote the product which no one is promoting out there.

    Hope this helps.
     
  3. mancar487

    mancar487 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    lol have you thought about looking at the sales page for the price?
     
  4. Smokingfilla

    Smokingfilla Registered Member

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    I do(literally every few times I decided to promote clickbank products)and I've never seen prices on the page.I've seen some with the buy button at the bottom of the page with the price but those weren't products I was even planning on promoting.I assume the price is at the end of some of these videos but that's even worse.Pretty much it's like I thought though,the prices are on the landing pages.
     
  5. Smokingfilla

    Smokingfilla Registered Member

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    I thought it was supposed to be the other way around lol. I thought we were supposed to find the gems hidden that not too many people are promoting so it wouldn't be too saturated in competition traffic.
     
  6. umartins

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    You really have to attend clickbank school to do well with them and again knowing how to create campaign.
     
  7. soulcollector

    soulcollector Senior Member

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    The thing is you can't promote the same type of scams forever. If you looked around you'd find a decent product to promote that would take time to reach a few k's every month. My opinion will always differ than the mindset of this forum, the forum has a lot of "luck" going around on it. People who heavily defend social spam and traffic spam die off quickly, big time "guru's" tend to dry up over time. There are moments where it works, but the amount of effort involved could easily have made any real value product a repeat sales clientele base.

    You need to learn how to sell based on emotions first, then you can sell anyone, anything.
     
  8. mancar487

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    Clickbank REQUIRES vendors to display the price on the sales page...
     
  9. Sarseo

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    Choose good product than promote it in effektive way , maybe facebook add
     
  10. Smokingfilla

    Smokingfilla Registered Member

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    So you don't feel affiliate marketing is a long term(10 years at the minimum)type source of income?I swear I feel this way a little which is why I'm building ecommerce up,I just see alot of people who make(or atleast claim and show pics)that make around 3k a month so I figured I'd try my luck in affiliate marketing.I hear more people wasting time in money in affiliate marketing than I sadly hear getting their time and money's worth.I haven't really heard too many affiliates say they've bought cars or purchased a house with their earnings but I've seen people selling products do it,I've even made my first sale in ecommerce the very first week I got into trying it and it was a terrible way(I dropshipped an ebay product FROM ebay lol)and still made it work without getting negative feedback.I'm trying to get into marketing but I'm trying to see how should I go about,every method I thought of I read is a bad idea.They said a digital product review website is bad because it'll make it look like I'm TRYING to sell something(which I was gonna put free content in the site too so I'm still considering doing this),I've read social media is too spammy,and I don't have an email list(just one person out of luck on a site I LITERALLY do nothing to and moved on from).I hear this landing page thing but I'm not sure how to do that but I'm gonna read up on it a bit more because that does seem to be a semi decent way.
     
  11. Smokingfilla

    Smokingfilla Registered Member

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    I was gonna try that but I wanna learn ppc a little more before I spend money on ads,I read facebook is the more complicated place to run affiliate ads next to google.
     
  12. richjtf

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    I'm new on this but to see the actual price i usually go directly onto the sales page, the page you're promoting with the clickbank special link, the price is there somewhere.