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Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Zoco1, Aug 22, 2012.

  1. Zoco1

    Zoco1 Regular Member

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    Hi guys

    How would you put a clickbank product on a blog that is not a review blog?

    I have a fitness blog that gets 1000+ UV's a day, but it's all about information. I don't sell anything or review products. How would you put a CB product there?
     
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  2. Zoco1

    Zoco1 Regular Member

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    bump.....
     
  3. kdbbdk

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    maybe you can add it as a banner
    or in the buttom of your thread you add a widget for: product that may interest you
    so when a member read the full article in the end he finds some products related to article
     
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  4. conlo

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    You can place a banner before the fold.
     
  5. Zoco1

    Zoco1 Regular Member

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    From those of you who are more experienced - would it be better to put some links or banners in the posts that lead to a squeeze page or directly to the affiliate page?
     
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    You have two options:

    1) Link to a squeeze page where you try to capture the user's email address in return for access to a free report. Then as part of the free report you link to the CB product. You also send follow up emails once you've got their email address using a service like Aweber to try to sell them on more stuff. This means less income up front (it takes a while to build your list and to get sales via email), but the email list has great value and sales from your email list make up for fluctuations in traffic.

    2) Link directly to the CB product from your blog. I wouldn't link to a landing page or full page ad in this case because a lot of people won't click through to the actual product. Either the CB sales page will convert them or it won't - you want to hustle as much traffic as you can direct to the sales page.

    In your case I would go for option #2 because it means faster money, and because building a free report and a list is an art in itself and takes a lot of time and experimentation.

    I would put multiple banners and text ads on your site, e.g. at the top, in the sidebar or at the bottom, and at the bottom of each post.
     
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  7. Zoco1

    Zoco1 Regular Member

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    Thanks a lot Autumn

    I already use adsense (in the middle of the post and at the end of the post). Should I completely remove adsense and replace it with CB to test it ?