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Presell page for Clickbank

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by chokho, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. chokho

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    Hello guys,
    I'm interested in what kind of presell pages you guys are using. Are you using landing pages from themeforest.net or ordering them? Do you have landing page with just big email submit form and then redirect them to vendor's page or you have squeeze review page like those: (those are WP themes from themeforest)
    http://teacher.coralixthemes.com/html/indeximage2.html
    http://themes.yoovipoint.com/?item=chomolungma
    http://dsathemes.com/html/tesoro/index.html#newsletter

    Do you put video on your landing page? (If so does it make big difference?)
    About how much percentage of visitors fill in their email adressess on your landing page and about how much you make per email?

    Once visitors click to order (on your page), do you redirect them from your website to vendor's landing page or purchase page?
    Do you use trackers on your website and on vendor's "thank you" page?
    Which trackers do you use?

    How much difference does decent landing page make in conversation rates?
    About how many keywords do you use? (I mean those who use PPC (I'm also aiming using PPC))

    Yestarday my partner and I spent $200 in advertising on Bing and got over 200 clicks but no sales (I think that was because we used 1,000 keywords, and they weren't well targeted)(we were doing direct linking).
    And about how much do you pay per click? (I know it depends on niche but I'm interested in average results).

    Thanks everybody in advance for answers.

    Cheers, chokho
     
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  2. himanuzo

    himanuzo Supreme Member

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    You spent $200 for 200 clicks? $1/click? This is expensive! You need to lower the bid. 200 clicks with no sales, you need to evaluate the keywords and also the landing page.

    You must to be diligent... test test test at PPC for getting best conversion rate (CR).

    This is about numbers game.
     
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  3. chokho

    chokho BANNED BANNED

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    Thanks for your answer.
    I know that $200 for 200 clicks is expensive, we were just testing (we are using coupons :D),
    We also failed because we were using too broaded keywords and not well targeted.


    I'm now interested in what kind of landing pages you guys are using and other questions above. :D
    Thanks in advance.
     
  4. RamboSxph

    RamboSxph Newbie

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    You are wasting your Moneny. I'm targeting good cheap traffic from Facebook.
     
  5. chokho

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    I'm not wasting money. We are advertising it nearly for free. :D
     
  6. mikeisright

    mikeisright Regular Member Premium Member

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    Yes, but why waste your coupon clicks with broad keywords? The testing should start from day 1. You could have used the $200 to generate even 400-500
    clicks and that could have given you a clearer picture of how the product stands, conversion wise and what should be done on your end to improve the selling process and maybe contact the vendor and offer your suggestions. If the vendor is open and reasonable he/she would listen.

    And videos on landing pages do make a WORLD of difference. You don't have to own a diamond mine to create one. Outsource an article conversion into video and you're all set.

    Mike.
     
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  7. chokho

    chokho BANNED BANNED

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    Thanks for answer.
    Once you say videos on landing pages make a world of difference, what kind of pages do you mean? When there is a video in the header and then description/overview of the product like this page:
    http://wordai.com/

    Or just the video on the page and nothing else?
     
  8. mikeisright

    mikeisright Regular Member Premium Member

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    I meant mainly on squeeze pages (opt-in forms) and on classic sales letters with or without complimentary textual content. This works also on FB landing pages (after a PPC prospect clicks on your ad) and basically on every occasion which can save time for the common non-reader ADHD generation of customers.
     
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  9. chokho

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    Thanks guys.
    I have just one more question. Which strategy is better from these three?

    1. Bring traffic from PPC (Bing) to my landing page which has only email submit form on it, after they fill in their emails they will be redirected to vendor's sale page.

    2. Bring traffic from PPC to my landing page which has only email submit form on it, after they fill in their emails they will be redirected to my clean product review page with video on it (will purchase it from themeforest) and when they click on order they will be redirected to vendor's purchase page.

    3. Bring traffic from PPC to my clean product review page which has video and email submit form (but I think I will build smaller email list that way) and after they click on order they will be redirected to vendor's purchase page.