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My First ClickBank Product Journey - $200 A Day Target

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by issammaloof, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. issammaloof

    issammaloof Registered Member

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    Thanks to ALL BHW buddies, I appreciate you people effort. Their is no measurement for what I have benefited from here. I want to setup my AUTO-MONEY Making product for the first time. Through this journey I will need a lot of tips, tools and advice, I will appreciate everyone that will help me along the way.

    WHAT I'VE GOT
    ==>> A Hungry Niche (Has Only one Competitor on clickbank)

    WHAT IT TAKES
    ==>> 7 Days to Write The ebook
    ==>> 4 Days to Write The Sales Letter and Design
    ==>> 3 Days To Design Affiliate Page
    ==>> A Domain Name

    TOOLS NEEDED
    ==>> Count Down and Date script
    ==>> Exit Script
    ==>> Opt-in Form (Looking For Free One)
     
  2. issammaloof

    issammaloof Registered Member

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    DAY 1

    My First question goes here. How many pages can I target as minimum for the ebooks as the real content of the ebook is very short. can I make it 10 pages?
    Thanks

    This is what I want to get me started. Please let someone come to my aid on what should be the minimum number of pages for a clickbank product?
     
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  3. StraightUpLazy

    StraightUpLazy Newbie

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    Pages can be as many as you want them to be honest. It all comes down to whether you want to write be around the niche or not. Like introduction, personal experience etc.
     
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  4. issammaloof

    issammaloof Registered Member

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    Thanks. The content is short. Now, I have got what I want. I will targeting 10-20 Pages.
     
  5. Catt Mutts

    Catt Mutts Junior Member

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    Honestly 10-20 pages seem bit to low. It's like visiting MFA website. Include some general info about the niche, if nothing else.

    Wish you all the best
     
  6. issammaloof

    issammaloof Registered Member

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    Please what is MFA? Thanks.
     
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    mzk23 Newbie

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    MFA - Made for Adsense.
    It's a website created to earn on Adsense (usually low/mid-quality) :)
     
  8. issammaloof

    issammaloof Registered Member

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    that is why I aske what can I see as the minimum number of pages. should I target 25-30? please I need help on this.
     
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    Regarding the number of pages, I don't have much of an idea. But, what I have seen in most eBooks, anything above 50 pages seems good (not necessarily, it's just from my experience and point of view. I would let BHW experts speak on it). Since, you're telling that you're content is too short, best thing you can do is to provide as many examples as you can or personal experiences along with an in-depth description of your niche. Keep it broad and then just slowly narrow it down to the main content.

    All that said, don't just fill in anything. I mean don't just fill in junk material just to increase the page count. Readers will be irritated by that.

    Best of luck with your project! Wishing you success!
     
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  10. issammaloof

    issammaloof Registered Member

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    Thanks. Will be looking forward to more suggestion.
     
  11. mrtwister_65

    mrtwister_65 Regular Member

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    Number of pages depends on the content, really. Inflating it with the filler fluff will only portray you as a scammer. Lesser is more, I say.

    Countdown? Let me guess, End Of the World niche? :)
     
  12. issammaloof

    issammaloof Registered Member

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    Thanks. I think i have seen a product ebook lesser than 20 pages. I think the quality is the major thing not the quantity. thanks for the advice

    LOLLLL!! Not at all. That is a hint.
     
  13. mrtwister_65

    mrtwister_65 Regular Member

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    For writing format go for something like Jimmy D. Brown's small reports. In 15 pages he condenses info worth of hundred pages. Every line is like a couple paragraphs. Need to read few times just to get the head around the stuff. Man delivers. Bad, he's retired from IM though.