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PPC + 301 redirect + clickbank (good roi but loosing traffic)

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by novel92, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. novel92

    novel92 Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    i am doing ppc + cb.

    I have to redirect the traffic to the salesletter of the product to get a very detailed traffic data.

    But i just saw that i got over 6000 clicks in the last 3 days but clickbank is actually only showing me something over 2000.

    I saw that it takes 5 seconds or so for the redirect and the page to fully load, i think i am losing lots of traffic this way.

    Any quick fix ?
     
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  2. novel92

    novel92 Regular Member

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    bump.
     
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    mdsurf Senior Member

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    better/faster hosting?

    also if you don't mind me asking how well does this method work for you?
     
  4. ouchthathurts

    ouchthathurts Regular Member

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    I think you can do something called a double meta redirect instead of a 301 which is faster, but i am not sure - give it a google!
     
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  5. tinakramer

    tinakramer Registered Member

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    You can use the meta refresh stategy. If you use the domain just for redirect clickbank stuff. The site might not rank in search engines like G, since G can see the code that is put in the header for the meta refresh redirect when crawling your site and it gives off a spam flag.
     
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  6. mohnikinsiz

    mohnikinsiz Regular Member

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    Sorry for a bit off topic but how the heck do you even pull this off?

    As far as I know you need a landing page to send the traffic too, and that landing page can't really be an obvious bridge page either where you simply want them to click on an affililiate link. I can't see how you can be allowed to have a direct redirect (which I assume this is?)
     
  7. tinakramer

    tinakramer Registered Member

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    Its just like having a landing page with a call to action link linking to the clickbank product just that the redirect takes care of the click.