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Promoting CB with Adwords through my own opt in page

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by jmh777, Feb 7, 2015.

  1. jmh777

    jmh777 Registered Member

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    Hey guys! Havnt been to BHW in a while but I'm finally ready again.

    i have a squeeze page with opt in for a Clickbank product, that is ready to go. I was considering solo ads but they are just too much money and I'm not sure if I'll get my return!

    i mean, I'm not even sure if my landing page is good, can I share it with one of you and you could tell me if its descent? It's 5startechreviews.com (I just want to show people, not trying to advertise)

    So I have left over credits on Adwords so I'll try my luck there. Only issue is my product affiliate section has no help with Keywords and ads to use, so I'm on my own. Not sure how to properly research keywords for my product.

    thanks guys. Love this place
     
  2. Techmaestro

    Techmaestro Newbie

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    I'm not a pro at this, but with the knowledge I've got, I think you should put the opt-in button on the upper fold of the page.
     
  3. arpeggio

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    I'd consider borrowing any ASOTV badges and using them near the top of your page.
    Add 3 or so seconds of "loading"/"turn on your speakers" time to decrease bounce rate.
    Add testimonials with amateur head shot img
    Add hacker/privacy safe img beneath the CTA button

    Aside from all that, you will never get this through AdWords review team as is unless you cloak. :)

    Instead of cloaking, I recommend building out a real website that provides value to the customer, and using that to build a list to push traffic to your aggressive presell.
     
  4. jmh777

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    Thanks! Definitely going to do some of the those changes!

    What do you mean by clocking my page? And how? Thanks
     
  5. arpeggio

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    Cloaking is where you show the reviewers one page, and show the real visitors another page, all at the same time. It is a way to skirt the system. I do not recommend wasting time with it, because cloaking Google is not a stable business (nor is it cheap for a beginner).

    One of the problems I see with many affiliates on here is they are looking for the next best thing at the cheapest rate. If you've ever heard the phrase of "penny wise, pound short", it certainly applies to the mindset of many. But, I digress.

    Anyway, you are best served by writing up a bunch of usable content and having someone design a nice site that converts in terms of for your visitors, but also allows you to run traffic on AdWords compliantly. Things have changed. This is the only way to run on this traffic source.

    It'll cost you some bucks up front (maybe more than you want to spend right now), but if you do it right, you'll have a profitable business that lasts a lot longer than the latest fad.

    Good luck.
     
  6. jmh777

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    Well see actually 5startehreviews.com is my landing page/site. It's not the vendors one. So Adwords allows it!

    Thank you for the advice. Ive tried building a niche site in the past SEO is not for me not am I intrested as of now.

    Just trying to build an email list, and wanted to see how Adwords was. Thanks for the help man!