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Need Clickbank Advice

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Von Maxim, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. Von Maxim

    Von Maxim Registered Member

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    OK - I have built an autoblog centered around the online dating industry. It is really working and I have sent over 600 "hops" - as tracked through clickbank - to a product that I chose on CB.

    I have had no sales whatsoever in 600 "hops" and I need this traffic to begin converting.

    Can anyone suggest an online dating product on CB that will convert.

    I feel like I am sending traffic and not getting rewarded for it.

    If I am missing something then please let me know.

    Thank you in advance for all your help.

    Max
     
  2. Virus1

    Virus1 Supreme Member

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    Is your clickbank offer redirected or iframed??
     
  3. Von Maxim

    Von Maxim Registered Member

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    I have the pages redirected to the offer.
     
  4. OTrap

    OTrap Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It could be the kind of traffic. Not just any traffic will convert.

    Poor conversions can be the result of a slew of things. The solution is to systematically address each element of your model until you find what looks to be the problem.

    Is it the traffic?
    The pitch?
    The site aesthetics?
    The price?
    The offer's sales pitch?

    Unfortunately, neither Clickbank nor CPA networks pay you for sending traffic. A bot can do that. It's what the traffic does once it's there that can make you money.

    Maybe try a dating CPA offer with just an opt-in.
     
  5. Neeoo

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    Von Maxim,

    This is what works for me. When traffic comes to your site make sure your site is a review site. This is the pre-sell. Make sure the review is just that a review. Give pros and cons, never sell them. Add 2 or 3 products and compare and rank them. Tell a little about each. The review should be written like a magazine. Tell them the facts of the product. By doing this the potential prospect will decide to continue to the offer or not. To push this a little further it is always good to have testimonials on the review page, this really helps make the sale.
     
  6. haridada

    haridada Senior Member

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    Yes, like the above poster said, your site should be more of a pre-sell. Give your potential customers the reasons why they should buy it. Make them know that by buying this particular product they get / have certain advantages over the other compared products.