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Making Product - Advice on Pricing/Aff rates

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Sipher, Nov 26, 2011.

  1. Sipher

    Sipher Newbie

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    Hey Im wondering if you could give me advice on pricing of my product i am in the process of making (Over half done)
    Its in the gaming niche And competitors have priced theirs at $25-27
    with no upsells

    I have an idea to price front end at $27 also
    But then have two upsells
    The first upsell is a membership type upsell
    Could be $5 monthly reccuring or $15 Upfront for life
    The second is another Info Ebook priced at $17

    Would that sound good please leave your opinion
    How about affiliate commissions 50%-60% or 75% starting off?
     
  2. OTrap

    OTrap Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Honestly, this kind of thing just needs tested.

    Test your price points. Obviously money in your pocket is better than money that may or may not come in, so I personally would go with a single, high-ticket upsell for the second one (maybe say it's a year's subscription). Other than that, though, you have to test your price points.

    As for what metric to pay attention to, I'd go with EPC.

    Now then, I'd do the same for the percentage. After testing, adjust the payout to affiliates based on the total sale EPC. If it's under $1.00, up it until it's over, and even if it's over, do not go below 60%. You'll lose too many affiliates.
     
  3. southsider

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    You said you have competitors in your niche, so you should stick with a similar payout to affiliates and adjust your price and affiliate percentage to give a similar payout. So if you competition is $27 and 75% payout, you probably should start there and make it convert better if you want to move some of the affiliates to your product.