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Is anyone in the dog niche?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by wally666, Mar 12, 2013.

  1. wally666

    wally666 Junior Member

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    Hey BH'rs

    I have a Facebook page with 21k fans and another with almost 10k and gaining 1,000 fans per day almost. I've tried CPA offers and that stuff, but honestly those offers suck and nobody seems to buy anything or submit their email for a lame Pet gift card.


    On top of that, Facebook blocks a lot of those URL's so I have to do a bunch of extra shit just to post the links...


    So I'm looking for GOOD affiliate programs for training dogs, or dog behavior or dog health or dog nutrition. I've looked around and found a few programs but nothing outstanding, so I was wondering if any dog niche'rs out there have any suggestions.


    How I'm Monetizing (or trying to)

    I am looking for EMAIL MARKETING promotions for my list. I have pretty involved fans, so I'm getting about 50 emails a day, and if every single marketer is right, and the "money is in the list" then I shouldn't have a problem making a few sales. But I do, because email marketing is still and always has been my weakest area.


    I'll learn it though, but I would like some good products. Clickbank training guides seem cheezy and the sales pages are terrible. All CPA offers seem kind of shitty too, but I could have missed some.

    Again, I don't want email or zip submits, those suck and don't offer the value I am after.



    So yea, if anyone knows some good programs with good products that actually help people, I would appreciate it!


    Thanks a lot!

    w
     
  2. maineyak

    maineyak Power Member

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    If the Clickbank sales page sucks, create your own landing page to sell the product. And if FB is blocking url's, just use redirects using your own domain.
     
  3. mrunknown

    mrunknown Regular Member

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    Are you from the US?
    Take a look at this i sell these magnets http://i.imgur.com/MRtkkSX.jpg
    Maybe we can work something out. I really only want to deal with shipping inside the US
    though cause shipping out side the country is a pain in the ass for me
     
  4. thehighmind

    thehighmind Regular Member

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    Funny because just yesterday I did some keyword research in this niche - dogs :)
    I say to do your research and find some keywords with high CPC and use adsense to monetize.
     
  5. theMagicNumber

    theMagicNumber Regular Member

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    Please excuse me about the following line, but i couldn't resist the temptation:
    I LIKE DOGGY STYLE!1!

    Anyway, have you considered dog toys?
    http://www.amazon.com/s/?field-keywords=dog+toys
    The commissions won't be great, but you can compensate with quantity.
    For example some funny toys, that won't have very practical application.