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[Method] My Twist On E-Mail Marketing Clickbank Products

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Cajuncaucasian, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. Cajuncaucasian

    Cajuncaucasian Junior Member

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    Let me preface this by noting that I will not specify in the exact module on how I am implementing this "method" with a spoon fed method. You are expected to have a decent amount of knowledge of e-mail marketing by following my method. I am providing this only because I wish to contribute to the community that has given me the motivation to take action, and I hope you are able to take something from this and implement it into your future endeavors.

    If you have not studied the post by user Nuklearedm about his 40k/month strategy, I strongly advise you to read up on it, it is very informative.

    Let's start this method off with a list of what you will need
    • A squeeze page dedicated to your niche.
    • a way to mass e-mail subscribers. Use Aweber. in my opinion, i absolutely love the ease in setting up auto-responder series. My method uses nothing but auto-responders to automate your income after set-up. Best part is, they are very lenient towards affiliate links, so you have less hassle of getting an account banned/flagged. Even with the leniency towards the affiliate links, I still cloak them using my download pages to prevent hassle down the road.
    • PLR content. If you do not know what PLR content is, it is basically e-books or other digital products that allow you the right to distribute and modify to your liking(Affiliate linked lace if you're not understanding what I'm getting at). You can pay for these, or find them for free. I will not guide you in obtaining PLR products, because you have the god damned search bar.

    1. Your squeeze page
    If you do not know what a squeeze page is, please do yourself a favor and read up on it. There are plenty of posts about it on BHW and google. I'm not spoon-feeding you.

    For those of you that know already, you want the highest converting squeeze page to convert traffic into subscribers. On my squeeze page, I let them know EXACTLY what they are going to receive: a weekly newsletter with information on whatever their niche is. I make sure that this is information that I PERSONALLY would use. If your squeeze page states that you provide quality information that you yourself benefit from, your list will read almost every single e-mail that you send out after building that trust. You have to think how you would perceive the information behind that first e-mail. The better quality, the better conversions of sales from clickbank because of that trust you build.

    2. Initial E-mail upon opt-in
    Upon opt-in on your list, provide material that will bait them into opening future e-mails. Do not spam bullshit, this method only uses QUALITY content. This is where the PLR content comes in. You will send them a short pre-sell of "your" guide (PLR content that is rebranded) through the e-mail body, and at the end, provide a link to your page that contains the download of your "Introduction Guide".

    If you do not know, rebranding means throwing links into your PLR e-book. So you throw affiliate products into your initial autoresponder. Make sure it is something YOU would pay for, you can't promote something you wouldn't purchase yourself. This can be used as a self liquidating offer. I personally re-direct the people that opt-in to my list to the SLO, but thats up to you.

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    The subscribers who actually read your e-mail will most likely open future emails. This is how you convert those who did not convert into future conversions!!!

    3. MONETIZATION

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    Continue a set auto responder series of rebranded PLR content with your affiliate links for however long you wish. What I do is provide one PLR product once every other week containing affiliate links, and a PLR product that doesn't spam them; It looks like this:
    Week 1: Rebranded PLR->Week 2: QUALITY CONTENT FOR FREE(PLR with no affiliate links) ->Week 3 Rebranded PLR...Rinse and repeat
    This keeps my initial subscribers engaged with me, and I am able to promote Clickbank products twice a month to my subscribers...imagine a list of 10k. Your conversion rate will be phenomenal because of the relation you built with them through auto-responders...


    I have just started receiving traffic to my squeeze page and am making sales with this method, and I am seeing very good results. Do not ask me about how to generate traffic, because that is a whole different area...(hint, hint, solo ads!!!!)


    What does this all equate to?
    The reason I think this works is because it is one giant funnel that you are able to set the size of.
    12 PLR, 6 of those being rebranded, products will give you 3 months of automated promoting to targeted traffic.

    That is so easy in my opinion. It might take a while to set up the funnel, but once set up, The funnel length is up to you. Imagine paying 200 for a solo ad. That solo ad generates you 200 subscribers and a few sales that make your advertising money back. Those subscribers then go through your funnel and you make money off those pre-made emails. All you have to do after set-up is generate targeted traffic.

    Then you drive your Lamborghini away from your house, slap that hoe's face at the bar, and demand a tip from the bartenders from showing face at your local bar.

    The End.


    Thanks guys, and Happy Afiiliate Marketing!

    P.S.
    I thank you for the time to read this and I wish for any of you to provide feedback.

    Please do not throw this guide into an e-book or something stupid, because that would be shitty, and if you are doing so, then you're an idiot who won't make much continuously. I will hunt you down and fuck you in the ass with a barbed dildo made of solid gold.
     
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  2. ColonelSoldier

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    Thanks mate, has reminded me to get stuck into my list.
    *where did you get a barbed dildo made of solid gold??
     
  3. Firzepls

    Firzepls Newbie

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    Woah, what carat is this barbed dildo?

    By the way nice method, I'm gonna try this out myself for a month, and if it works smoothly, gonna keep going with it.
     
  4. gin.of.da.game

    gin.of.da.game Newbie

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    I believe it is a good share but I am kinda skeptical on the solo ads part of driving email opt-in. The fact that I had tried it a few years ago and spent some serious dough on a similar method but conversion never really happened. A :wt:moment, it was.

    Although the idea can be very well twisted with "good quality white-hat SEO" for long-term income or a short-term "Churn & Burn" income generator.

    My 2 cent of advise:
    • Don't go for solo ads, instead work on your content and deliverables that you are promising your end-users.
    • Work on your content of website/landing page.
    • Get your fundamental SEO right. (Onsite - Do it yourself, always a good learning curve. Offsite - Lots of service providers available in BHW)
    • Give some social media push (spend some money, they give real good conversion for "digital products". But you need to be more convincing)
    • Work on Email templates for better conversion.
    • Rinse and repeat.

    Always it is better to build an organic list instead of going for short-cuts.
     
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  5. Cajuncaucasian

    Cajuncaucasian Junior Member

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    If you were not receiving around 1 subscriber for every dollar you spent, you need to split test your squeeze page some more, or the solo ad provider had a shitty list.
    This is my conversion rate this morning:


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    UPDATE ON CONVERSIONS:

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    This is excellent, my solo ad provider has a very active list that is interested in what I have to offer them. That is 28 people that will be going through my funnel, potentially getting sales every 2 weeks.


    Note that the only traffic I am receiving is from a solo ad that is going out right now which I directed towards my squeeze page, and I am paying around .45 a click, so this is the conversion rate about where I want to be at.



    It is 10 billion trillion trillion carats. An asteroid crashed on my front lawn after selling my soul to Satan, I found a few lumps of diamond as well.
     
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  6. Cajuncaucasian

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    Sorry for the double, but I wanted to post an update with stats to show how this is working for me. I jst had a solo ad kick in today, and wanted to show my stats:

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    And to show you my Opt-in rate from the solo ad:

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    Obviously I lost a tiny bit on my opt-in rate, but I find this traffic alot more responsive to my open rate and click-through rate, which is way better to have on your list over numbers. Responsive List>Larger List.

    Here are my clickbank stats for when the ad started:

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    Im sitting at a 50% ROI, with another few hundred views still incoming.

    I also have about 2 sign-ups for monthly membership sites in which I collect 30% comission each monthly payment.

    So yes, Solo ads are definitely worth it in my opinion, as I have 250 very responive subscribers because of the PLR content(I added my personality behind the conent). If anyone is wondering, I paid a copywriter to write me about 100 e-mails that I load onto the autoresponder, and I throw in affiliate products that match what the e-mail is about. Say for example your lists main niche is in health and fitness. You then load some PLR or content that focuses on a sub-niche such as gaining muscle. You provide a product that will help the reader to meet that goal. The headline will focus specific sub-niches, and your sales will go up. I am excited, and I am scaling this up as much as I can.

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    Literally 2 minutes after posting this, I made another sale. This is yet the highest ROI I have from a solo ad. I'm going to stick with this provider for sure.

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    EDIT 2:
    Sorry for the triple, but my list is on fire right now.
    another 20 minutes or so, I have yet another sale.

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    I'm not boasting, I'm only trying to show that it's working for me, so it can be implmented by anyone. I'm nowhere near what I wish to make daily yet, and I'm not saying I make this daily. I have these sales because of traffic, and everyone fucking knows that traffic means money. And this is why I fucking love solo ads; targeted traffic to my page is insane with the sales and opt-ins I receive. The opt-ins who did not purchase my SLO will now go through 6 months of PLR content to squeeze at least one sale out of them. And with the saying "The money is in the list", I now stand fully behind that; my efforts into long hours on BHW as a lurker are finally paying off now that I decided to TAKE ACTION. Even though it is chump change, I will succeed in my ultimate goal!
     
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  7. acorex

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    That's a really nice post mate
     
  8. popbradley

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    I have a question for you on Your squeeze pages you have built for your solo ads. Are the optin pages really simple or long and detailed? Example of short would be "your not going to believe what the cure for cancer is! You will be shocked!" With the optin button that says watch video or something. Or are they long and say stuff like "optin to our list to receive weekly updates on the lates products , tips, and help on (blah blah )problem.also, Subscribe now and receive our free book on 7 ways to relieve pain from your problem absolutely free!"

    I know you said you tell them exactly what they are getting but wanted to know in more detail what you yourself would say to convince them to give you such a high optin rate. The best I have gotten on options is about 20 percent but I still feel that is horrific.

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Oh also when you plug your products into your content emails you had written do you try and sale them the product or have you been just kinda doing nice little reviews on the product?

    I ask because over the course of a month or so I have a couple of targeted lists that too email with an auto responder series. I had someone write emails but I had them write them In a fashion of one email gives helpful little tips and advice while the next email tells why a product is great and wonderful and blah blah blah, their repeat. I am sending the emails once a week but so far my conversions are terrible.


    Thank you in advance if you have time to respond to my questions.
     
  10. Cajuncaucasian

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    What I personally have been doing is providing information on sub-niches of my list's main niche. So if your niche is in health and fitness, one email would be focused on something like, "The Best Diet For Gaining Muscle". You would then provide a diet plan that would focus on those trying to build muscle, while weaving in a product that would help a reader to meet their goal easier, such as a macro-nutrient tracking software or something similar .

    You might want to change up the incentive that attracts the opt-ins. And instead of saying "Opt-in and recieve (blah blah), make it appealing to them as if you are their friend. I would say something like "Join our growing community, and learn what it takes to (blah,blah). I try not to spam my readers with "SIGN UP NOW,GET THIS BYE".

    And yes, my page is very simple. I like to stand behind KISS(Keep it simple stupid!), and it's working better for me than as to when I had almost an essay on the squeeze page.

    Here's what my squeeze page looks like that I have a 40% opt-in rate:

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    I keep it simple, yet enticing by being completely honest. I also found that a 20 second testimonial video on your service/whatever increase opt-in rate by about 10%. ALSO, I highly suggest to brand your page, logo and everything. This increase legitimacy and seems less spammy, as it shows you actually care about your service/whatever
     
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  11. xmarketer

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    Great method mate, i like the idea that one's do his own funnel and expand the list day after day, stick with it for a while and then move forward to another project. and guess what? the money still growing. Appreciate sharing your method with us. Wish you all the best.
     
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    So do you do story format email follow ups? if so can you recommend someone who can write that way and is good at it?
     
  13. ThemeWave

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    Awesome work mate. I'm about to dive into email marketing/growing a list myself. Done it and failed a few years back but it was a pretty hard niche I was told.

    Hows the stats going? Still makin those juicy cb sales?
     
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    good share OP..
     
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    Nice share for twist email marketing :D
    Can you suggest me some best niche for promotion through email marketing ??
     
  16. Abcxyz77

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    Great method but could you share how to make a good landing page?
     
  17. ath9k

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    Yeah, nice twist for email marketing.
    But I think that solo ads are something too expensive now. The most of people in that list are interesting in IM, SEO and internet stuff.
    I tried for making money at home niche but I wasted only 60$ :)
     
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    hey you say use aweber but they only let you send files that are under 1.0 MB so how are you using aweber with plr because i have aweber also
     
  19. HoneyHelper

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    looks interesting!
    thanks for sharing this mate!
     
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    Now, when you redirect your optins to the Instant offer, if they don't buy, do you continue to promote that same product to them in follow up emails? And at what point do you stop promoting the offer if they don't buy? There are alot of tire kickers out there..