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Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Zoco1, Nov 1, 2011.

  1. Zoco1

    Zoco1 Regular Member

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    on a blog where you have unique health articles, but none of them are product reviews?

    Should I write some reviews or I can go without them?
     
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    75INZ Regular Member

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    You don't need a review site to promote products!!!!

    There are a million and one ways you could go about doing it.

    You could start a newsletter
    You could place ads on the side bars
    You could incorporate affiliate links into articles that relate to the product.
     
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    drogon Elite Member Premium Member

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    Agreed. Place ads on the side bar and also top and bottom bar for high converting related health products on your blog.
     
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    Its easy to promote the products by putting the links as ads and also placing the links in different blog pages.
     
  5. Zoco1

    Zoco1 Regular Member

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    I tried the side ads method and from over 200 clicks I made 0 sales :)

    There' s got to be a way to make some money with clickbank

    I'm so inexperienced in this it's just terrible :)
     
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    where is your site getting traffic from?
     
  7. Zoco1

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    45% from search search engines
    40% direct
    15% social bookmarking/other

    I have around 900-1200 UV a day
     
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    How many products are you promoting?

    I would say promote 1 or 2 max products on the sidebar (top/bottom bars) otherwise people get confused which to choose. And make sure it is a popular product that is relevant to your visitors. Ie, what keywords bring in the most visitors then promote a product relevant to that keyword.

    Then on each individual article place a 'text link' (NOT banner) with a related product for each article. people love clicking on BLUE links!

    Also just keep testing, maybe after a couple of weeks try a different product and eventually you will get the right formula/product. No one ever said IM was easy. You have to keep testing and trying different things. Change the theme, add some pictures. make sure the quality of your articles have decent English etc.
     
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  9. Zoco1

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    Thanks a lot man.I'll try what you are suggesting. By the way I'm already monetizing the site with Ad*ense and making 10~15$ daily
     
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    One more question

    What if I put clickbank banners in the places where my Adsense ads were before.Can this work?
     
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    It might. Or it might not. I mean, if there was a fool proof, always-guaranteed-to-work method, would there even be a need for this conversation?

    As said before, you just need to experiment, and sooner or later (I guess usually later) you'll find what's working.