Is this the right way to choose clickbank product?

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  1. wgn_white

    wgn_white Regular Member

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    Hi.

    I read many ebooks that I don't remember what they are.

    But, my brain summarize how to choose Clickbank product as...

    1. Choose a niche.
    2.
    - Check if the person helpful by providing training for his/her affiliates.
    - When you feel the sales page, you feel want to buy/get the product yourself.
    3. Gravity less than 20 to avoid high competitions.
    4. Choose high price product. More than $10-$20.

    To be honest, my clickbank commission is still $0.00 :(

    And I never, just not yet even try the above...
    But how I wish if someone could tell the above step is the right way?
    Or
    I miss something?

    And...

    After choosing the product?
    What's next?

    :cow_yello

    Thanks everyone... :)
     
  2. dragon77

    dragon77 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The key is getting targeted traffic to break that $0. I promote only high gravity product from clickbank, since there's the money maker. But you should try CPA than CB. There's more money with CPA for the same effort.
     
  3. wgn_white

    wgn_white Regular Member

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    So the number 2 is the right? :D
    I may end up promoting your product for the first time. :eek:
    I'm interested...

    Out of topic: Home brew beer, is it a rice wine? We in borneo have such "home brew beer" called "tuak". It's a rice wine... and I never seen such product online yet... :D

    You define "high gravity" are from what range?
    More than 20? Almost 100?

    Erm... for CPA, I only have a maxbounty account which is also still in $0.00.
    And I am more clueless in CPA than CB.
    Nvm, I'll look through this forum about CPA before asking again... :)
     
  4. OldMadHatter

    OldMadHatter Junior Member

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    beer brewing relies on malting, rice wine on amylolysis. I do not think the niche is large enough to justify the launch of an ebook :) just my 2c
     
  5. blackhataffiliate

    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    I think the only way to make cash with crapbank is with your own product.
     
  6. triggershot

    triggershot Registered Member

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    Actually I think it's a good niche. That's what a 'niche' is it's supposed to be small, but not too small.
     
  7. wgn_white

    wgn_white Regular Member

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    You're right friend.
    But I'm not come yet to that level. :eek:

    When you say suppose to be small but not too small...

    I want to add...

    niche is not about topic, but group of enthusiast.(People with same interest.)
     
  8. redtide1969

    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED

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    In a lot of ways I think you're right, especially with the crappy landing pages you get stuck with at CB.