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Need help finding a noob friendly Make money online product

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by ourfella, Mar 7, 2011.

  1. ourfella

    ourfella Junior Member

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    Hey Guys,

    Im having trouble finding an internet noob friendly 'make money online' CB product to promote

    Here is the plan
    Im going to put an advert in a local newspaper promising to teach internet green horns how to make money online

    Website that I list in the advert will redirect the visitor straight to a decent CB offer which hopefully pays around $20 commission and doesn't spurt out terms that will go over my visitors heads in turn scaring them off like "JV", "Autobloging" even "clickbank"

    Here in lays the problem, I have been searching for about an hour now and any product that I have come across in the 'Make money online' section are targeted towards other IM'rs

    Can someone please point me in the right direction? Even how to use the search engine to find what im looking for?

    The product doesn't even have to be that good. I would just prefer it if they had a decent video intro and were 100% noob friendly. Hell I don't mind if its your product as long as it meets the aforementioned requirements

    Any help or advice is greatly appreciated

    Cheers
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Most of the CB earn money online products are "claimed to" be newbie friendly. Go to CBEngine and register for a free 15day trail account. You can find a good product to promote as per your expectations.
     
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  3. ourfella

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    Thanks bro ;) that's a far handier way to browse.... but I still cant find any beginner friendly products yet, you'd think someone would have this covered already
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Well, not all of them interested in earning money online, but everyone like *freebies* How about promoting CPA offers?
     
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    I was thinking of doing that but I also feel that Im bound to make at least one sale doing this and seeing as that it will only cost about $40 to try out I thought fuck it

    Might try CPA in the future though if this does not fair well
     
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    I nominate Affiloblueprint as it is very showy and likely to convert as it has all of the "get rich" buzzwords on its salespage... but it's actually pretty helpful. Blackhat SEO normally comes later once you realize doing it the whitehat way sucks... but, Affiloblueprint is a pretty good introduction to online money making. I started out in IM trying a few of these products. I was also at one point a member of Crowd Mountain (Michelle McPhearson). I like Google Sniper but it's not as good for absolute beginners in my opinion. It doesn't have the "take you by the hand and lead you through the fire" approach. It is much better content but I'm not sure if it would convert as well for what you are looking for.

    Or rather, it's pretty much the only *decent* WH newbie-friendly program that I can think of. I wouldn't feel embarrassed recommending it.
     
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    Cheers for the info I was actually looking at that one myself though I was put off slightly by the $300 odd price tag. Thinking that most people don't have that kind of money to throw about on a whim..... but.... the paper is read by about 100k people, if I got one sale from that bunch of that it would definitely be worth the investment