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Question about conversion

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by mindbridge, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. mindbridge

    mindbridge Newbie

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    I'm following meathead's method of "seo-jacking." So far, I've managed 62 total views on my three-day-old website, but only 3 hop clicks have been made. I've been driving targeted traffic, but 90% of the views have only been on the home page.

    So is it the content? I wrote two product reviews and a rewritten article of tips. I've been going down the personal blog route.

    Or maybe the appearance? I'm currently using the 2012 WP theme, to keep it amateur.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks
     
  2. AGSniper

    AGSniper Regular Member

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    There are way too many factors that we don't know, so we can't determine the cause.

    In general, make sure you have :

    1. quality traffic
    2. quality landing page with lots of outlinks to sale

    Work on quality traffic first. You can easily test quality landing page.
     
  3. mindbridge

    mindbridge Newbie

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    "Quality" traffic is mostly driven from targeted audiences from Yahoo Answers. I'm not sure if Yahoo Answers count as quality, but it's the best source so far.

    Quality landing page is probably something I could work on more.
     
  4. Freddyjames

    Freddyjames Senior Member

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    Seems to not be quality traffic.

    I'm following the seo-jacking method exactly as meathead advised - through "g"alerts on blogs/forums/news articles within my niche, plus a fb ad that i used a free $50 voucher from godaddy on when I set up the site. Site started on 22/12, in 7 days 54 uniques, 14 hops, 2 form impressions 1 sale. I have gone down the route of a niche site though, giving away free info and a .pdf which may look more professional than a review site.

    Oh ya, my bounce rate is now well below 60%
     
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  5. contentcouch

    contentcouch Regular Member

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    Go well with a professional look, rather then personal. Cos, personal won't convert, since people think there will be nothing to search for, other than advises in personal blogs.
     
  6. Copywriter

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    Are your rhetorical efforts optimized with conversion in mind? General tips and/or articles are fine, but there has to be that implicit persuasive underpinning.