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Question about a ClickBank + Fiverr method

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by gvncerri, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. gvncerri

    gvncerri Regular Member

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    Please I have a question.

    A couple of days ago I tried a method. I chose a clickbank product that I had already sold with other methods, I redirected the hoplink with one of my domains then I bought a service on Fiverr: the owner of Facebook page with 115,000 fans posted my link (with an ad created by me) on his wall.

    My ad was very interesting and powerful but I got only 60 hits.

    So my question is: is there a way to distinguish pages with real fans from pages with fake fans?

    And if you decided to drive traffic to an hoplink with a Fiverr service what kind of service would you choose?

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  2. gmarch25

    gmarch25 Junior Member

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    I once used a "I will tweet your message to 16,000 real twitter followers" service on fiverr and got a total of 8 clicks lol
     
  3. Clemenza

    Clemenza Registered Member

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    You'll never be able to see the pages fans unless you are an admin of the page.

    I'm sure the bigger pages 250k+ won't have ALL fake fans, cos that would be costly

    But the smaller ones in the 1000s, its a gamble.
     
  4. gvncerri

    gvncerri Regular Member

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    So when someone offers a promotion service in Fiverr the only way to distinguish a good gig is probably feedback, I suppose.

    So when someone offers a teet to his 10000 twitter followers, we don't know what is the percentage of active users and what is the percentage of fully automated account that will never click your link.

    And the same applies to FB pages. What are fake fans by the way: are they inactive users or just an artificially increased follower number on the page (that would be even worse)?

    If all of this is the case, probably the only solution is recommendation:

    Please anybody knows a recommnded fiverr gig that actually produced a lot of traffic?
     
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    mancman Newbie

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    I recently had a go at a similiar idea. Tried two differant fiverr gigs one that tweeted a message to 50,000 followers everyday forever, lol. It was a simple weight loss CB product, that maxed out at about 62 hops with no sales. Another i tried was with less follwers, about 6,000 and that resulted in 25 hops and no sales.

    Don't get me wrong these tweets were simple and direct, no BS. Unlike the gigs. Anyway i guess the traffic is so untargeted you can't expect too much. Learn't my lesson i guess.....
     
  6. bwman

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    Did that once before, it was an absolute waste of time and money.
    Unless you have a solid plan, twitter is pretty much rubbish