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Just some Common Sense questions

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by gtype, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. gtype

    gtype Newbie

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    Hey there First post, but couldn't post what I wanted to say for some reason.
    Can a mod please change this post, after checking that the content has nothing bad about it? (Please remove the 9). Thanks

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  2. Pekton

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    - Landing Pages. A lot of ppl bypass a vendors landing page if its crap or if the vendor is collecting the customers emails first .

    If the vendor has a good sales page then a combination of yours and theirs works well. In that case you would make your landig page to warm them up for the sale rather than a hard sell

    Proxies - theres no need to use a proxy to set up your domain name/hosting/website etc

    If you are creating things like youtube/facebook accounts then a proxy will help you not get banned. Once you know what sort of social accounts you need there are plenty of posts about what are safe limits to attach to one ip

    Timeline - A lot of cb products have been around for years. One of the nice things about cb is that once you are up and running you can pretty much forget about it. If you use a webhost that lets you have unlimited domains on your account then the annual cost for 4 sites would be about $25 a year (4 sites sharing $5 hosting and $10 domain renewel) for most cb products $25 is one sale.

    If your website is not just a website for 1 product but a website to fix a problem that the product happens to fix then you can always re purpose the site if there are better products on the market, adsense or cpa
     
  3. gtype

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    Hey there, Thanks for the fast answer :)
    Well I was going to use quotes and etc, but apparently I'm not allowed to do anything yet. More about the landing page:

    From what I have read bypassing vendors landing page is not well tolerated by CB, or did I misinterpret? What about the multiple newsletter problem?

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  4. Pekton

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    Not tried the double newsletter. I think if you had a better incentive to sign up for yours first then they might not bother signing up for the vendors. The biggest issue with vendor email lists is you losing the sale because your client then buys via the newsletter. Some vendors say they always use your link in the emails , only way to test that would be to sign up for it under another email and see what the links were like.

    I generally stay away from products with the vendors own email list