Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by PBNSurprise, Oct 2, 2019.
trying anything and everything.......................
looks like promoting CPA offers with paid ads doesn't work? tried a couple different ways, snapchat and facebook ads. people click but just don't complete the surveys lol. lame
well, back to the drawing board as usual
But maybe your niche is bad
Do you promote direct offer or landings
Maybe people don't like completing surveys... You could try some other types of offers.
landing page. basically it's a smartphone giveaway page lol i have a url locker on there and tell them if they complete a survey they get redirected to the giveaway page to enter, then i direct link them to another cpa offer that gives smart phones lol. so technically not 100% fake. but anyway, this method didn't work. i got some leads but the ad costs are too high. can't make a profit
yeah, maybe they don't. ad costs are too much, can't sustain this
i'm looking at some clickbank offers. apparently the health niche is the hottest niche to be in? heard it's the easiest. and that's definitely what i need right now lol. super easy and beginner friendly offers to promote. one of these products looks soooooo hot. it's a digital product in the weight loss niche. the vendor literally gives you EVERYthing you need to start lollll. facebook ad images, facebook copy, e-mail scripts looool. they legit gear you the fuck up to the max. all you gotta do is make the funnel, make the ad, set up e-mail automation, then start throwing traffic to the funnel llooll. the gravity is kind of high though, 200 range. idk if promoting high gravity offers is a problem?
woooah the results are fuckin EPIC for this offer. 87 cents per lead! getting a decent amount of hops. promoting this offer is fucking FUN. the funnel is so good. facebook ad to an opt in page. they give their e-mail to take this free quiz. the free quiz then directs them to the results page. and right on the page is the clickbank video offer. sooo smooth. hopefully ppl smoothly convert. average $ per sale is $40 and i've spent $7 so far. let's see if i can pop a sale before $40 spend. i'm gonna try until $80-100 spend. i should get one or two sales by then
I was testing something similar but had an idea and I'm currently testing a different approach, where I send them to a chatbot where I ask a few questions (like your quiz), ask for an email, and direct them to the offer at the end. This way I exclude multiple steps, 'make' them take a few micro-commitments with answering 'Yes' a few times and make the whole interaction engaging.
Still testing different interactions, but results are promising, and the whole set up is way faster.
nice, it's a clickbank offer? and you're using facebook ads?
so far i got 65 leads after $42 spend. the cost per lead is great. i got 87 hops total, 1 order form impression. zero sales though. so the costs are great... but idk if this offer will even make money. has yet to prove that it can
Yes, CB and FB ads.
Wait for the email marketing campaigns that you have set up to start their magic
i hope lol. the last CB offer i promoted i got 50 contacts, only 5% of those were opening e-mails lol
for this offer i copy/pasted the vendor's e-mail scripts. let's see how they do and if ppl actually open them
i'm actually getting good results all around. 50-70 cent leads. 20-30% e-mail open rate, 3% e-mail click through rate
wow. on paper, that looks perfect. lol. unfortunately still ZERO sales. obv i need to dump more money into this. will continue the ads for the next few days. honestly this looks perfect, i just need more volume. eventually sales should come. as i do more retargeting and create LLAs using my leads, the results should be much better
Hey, I can be your VA, just hit me up I'm down.
i don't know if this is normal but i got 127 hops but no sales. on the affiliate page for the offer they say that the offer converts well from cold traffic. 1 conversion every 12 hops. total bullshit. i'm at 127, nothing
idk what's up. my ads look targeted. results are very cheap so that must mean they're doing well
Maybe the problem is the landing page. Most of clickbank pages are ugly asf
Great journey op, keep going.
tested 3 clickbank products in total. all in health niche, all failed
i found a REALLY great product especially for this time. it's a digital product. perfect for the coronavirus worldwide quarantine. i really think i can bank extremely hard with this product. i requested higher commission from the vendor and he boosted me to 75%. i'm completely ready to go. i'm gonna smash my face into this tonight and go super hard to get this up and running
i THINK it should do really well. only thing i want from myself is to not skip corners and not bullshit this. my plan is facebook ad -> opt in page. get the e-mail address first. then direct to thank you page where i try to pre-sell them on the offer. i could link directly from opt in to the clickbank page but i think i'd get banned doing that and plus that's LAZY as fuck. so i'm gonna pre sell it on the thank you page. edit up some images and text. make it look like a dropship product description almost. then have my affiliate link towards the top and bottom of the page. boom they get directed to the offer page. cookie placed on them and they have 60 days to buy
the offer landing page from the vendor looks solid. it's wordy up front but it does the job to sell the product. all i can do is make the ad, target well, pre-sell them the best i can, then send out e-mails to follow up
let's see what happens
everything is fully running and i'm at $11.09 spend with 6 hops and 8 leads. definitely expensive. i'm optimizing for purchases. not sure if i should optimize for leads instead. i was even thinking about just saying fuck the e-mail submit cause i'm getting cheap content views, all those people drop off when they see they have to enter their e-mail though
we'll see. i will let it run until like $30 spend or something i guess. then i may test the same campaign but optimizing for leads. i do believe in this product so i will let it run. am dumb founded if it doesn't sell. it's a really good product
I changed the LP. Before it was: opt in page -> thank you page/product description -> vendor sales page -> checkout page
now it’s opt in page -> thank you page/product description -> checkout page
so eliminating one step in the funnel. I don’t use the vendors landing page cause it doesn’t convert well. I basically made my own sales page for the product. Used content from the vendor and made an optimized site on my own. Then linking directly to the checkout page. This should capture those impulse buyers that I’m really looking for. In reality, the people that purchase may not even fully use the product. Not a big deal though, as long as they impulse purchase then I’m good. Product quality is good too so I expect little returns
ads for this are running now. I already got 1 initiate checkout at less than $3 spend. If I can make consistent sales with this then I’ll start a new journey thread. Clickbank + Facebook ads journey to $10k a month in profit
UPDATE: FIRST CLICKBANK SALE
finally did it guys. got my first clickbank sale. it only took $9.65 of ad spend too. the thing that helped was creating my own sales page and linking directly to checkout. i understand how to create impulse buying product pages. this is from making so many dropshipping stores. simply applied what i learned there to here. made the product page very impulse buying and boom, got a sale.
new journey clickbank + facebook ads should be going up soon. gonna keep advertising and see if i can keep the momentum going. also learning how to properly e-mail this list. until next time
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