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Please Review My Clickbank Site

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by rjd1265, Nov 12, 2014.

  1. rjd1265

    rjd1265 Regular Member

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    Below is my site. I was wondering if you could please leave some comments on what I should change for it to convert.
    From the last time I:
    • added a video testimonial
    • added a opt in
    • changed the dollar amounts to "even" numbers such as $3,000 instead of $3,697
    • made more white space

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  2. migleezy

    migleezy Regular Member

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    It looks really scammy . To be honest as an advertiser I wouldn't promote it. You website is , like I like to say , trying too hard to get sales. Get a new look
     
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    I am not agree with you at all you should't say like this give him some advice like how he has to design rather then saying take the whole site of.
     
  4. migleezy

    migleezy Regular Member

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    I didnt say to take the site down ! It can get much better , and I was honest to him , after all , what he wants to know is our opinion , and mine is what I said . Now Im sorry if I was too rude , but that's just my opinion.

    P.S: And btw 95% of CB products websites look like that. You should take a look at the converting monsters website's
     
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    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    I'm not a fan of the whole design. Have you considered using leadpages.net?

    They have long form layouts you can use as your sales page. They also have great looking opt-ins you can use as well.
     
  6. gazmo

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    I'd instantly leave such a scammy-looking site myself, but something tells me that these wouldn't be as popular if this was the case with all people.

    BHW crowd is mostly tech-savvy, this is not the case with the average internet user, so don't be discouraged by the negative comments above.

    Still +1 for leadpages.net
     
  7. rjd1265

    rjd1265 Regular Member

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    Thank you...but what makes it look scammy? The text, layout wording. Should I take off the opt in box?

    BTW, this is not my product, I am an affiliate for the product
     
  8. migleezy

    migleezy Regular Member

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    Hey man I just wanna be clear I didn't want to discourage you at all .
    I think its thoses things sayin "limited time offer" and what you have right in the title is very alike other scammy websites . Like I said take a good look at the website of the products with like 200 gravity.
     
  9. gazmo

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    Someone above has worded it better than I ever could - you are trying way too hard to sell the product.

    What makes it feel scammy is the fact that there isn't a single thing there that is not intended to sell the damn product. The site gives me the feeling that I'm surrounded by the most annoying car salesmen in the world and there's no escape.

    BUT you shouldn't take my advice. I don't have hundreds of sites yet and I can't conduct meaningful experiments. Like I said this is the way I feel on your website, someone else might just lack basic critical thinking. Your goal is to make money, not make every one of your visitors happy and impress them... And this strategy might just be the best one for your niche. What would you prefer - having 2% conversions leaving 98% of people annoyed, or having 1% conversions and having the rest of your visitors enjoy their stay ...

    People on this forum have too much experience with the internet and will not fall for it, but we're not your target audience. So the only person around here whose advice I'd listen to would be a person who's tried hundreds of different conversion tactics on his websites. And there's not a lot of them.

    If I were you I'd leave it just the way it is and draw my own conclusions from this experiment. And keep leadpages in mind for future endaevours.
     
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    Because it looks like something this guy would do:
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    Considering you're targeting IMers, that design looks pretty spammy to me. It works well when targeting old people who have less experience with the internet, but for someone who knows a tiny bit about IM, he'll know the website is a crappy affiliate program.
     
  12. rjd1265

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    Thanks guys, back to the drawing board.....