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Is it worth making an opt in web page?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by cody8997889, Jul 28, 2013.

  1. cody8997889

    cody8997889 Newbie

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    Right now for a certain product I'm sending around 100-160 visitors to a day and I get a sale between 100-250 sales so the conversion rate isn't to bad and was wondering do you think I could make more sales if I made a web page and captured their emails and send them the product I promote along with other products and actually helpful (tip) articles? I have never done the whole email thing and it really seems like the only godly method of promotion but I just don't know if 200 visitors a day to the site would be worth it. It is the health nich so I'm thinking a customer of my main product would probably buy other health related products maybe? Thank you for your valuable time.
     
  2. E=MC²

    E=MC² Junior Member

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    200 visitors a day is more than enough, if you have only a 5% conversion rate, that would mean 10 new subscribers to your list every day.
     
  3. cody8997889

    cody8997889 Newbie

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    So 10 a day would be worth it? also I could prob convince 10-20% of them to opt in. If I used a service like aweber would I have to worry about any legal problems?
     
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  4. netmoney1

    netmoney1 Executive VIP

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    Split test your traffic. Send 50% directly to the offer and then send the other half to an opt in page. See what one converts better.

    Building your list gives you a very highly target group to continue to market to. But, if sending it direct to the offer converts better than keep it that way.

    There isn't a "yes" or "no" answer that will work for all offers. There are so many variables that the only way to get the answer is to test.
     
  5. cody8997889

    cody8997889 Newbie

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    Ok cool and are there any legal problems I should look out for when using something like awber? Meaning as long as they sign up to get emails I can email them anything I want and at worst all they can do is unsubscribe?