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Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Smeak, Dec 7, 2013.

  1. Smeak

    Smeak Junior Member

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    Hi. I want to get some experience in SEO and earn some money in clickbank and I was thinking about creating website - do reviews sites still work? Is it profitable? Or maybe some other kind of website selling clickbank products? I have already tried youtube and I can say I've made some money, but now I want to give websites a try. I would appreciate any advices. Or maybe Amazon affiliate is more profitable for that kind of stuff?
     
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    yes it works but, you need to make it authority.
     
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  3. Smeak

    Smeak Junior Member

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    What you mean by authority? Write good content with wide niche?
     
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    prab1996 Elite Member

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    they work great.
    depends upon niche.
    i use yt videos+site.

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  5. speman190

    speman190 Newbie

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    You can use a website to back up your authority if you go the YouTube route (which is definitely becoming more popular).

    As Hotguy640 said, you need to make an authority site if you plan to just rely on your site doing the conversions for you (with review posts). What this means is that you want the site to be focused around a broad niche or market. For instance, instead of "Migraine Relief" (just an example), you could target "Health Ailment Relief" or something. That's just an example, so don't base it off of that - haha. But then what you want to do is provide tons of FREE knowledge at first, make your site look really professional.

    Look at sites in your niche that are at the top of the charts (per say). Another example is say in the "cooking" or "recipes" niche / market, you could target different meals of the day, like breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks. OR you could make an authority site that's like "The Best Meal Idea Recipes" or something (again, just a really rough example off of the top of my head). An example of an authority site in that market / niche would be like Cooking.com or something similar to that.

    If you can compile a number of different micro niches into one bigger authority site that focuses on a broad category or market, then you leave yourself more room to work. Something I've been doing is creating YouTube videos of reviews of products, targeting different pockets of traffic, and so on. I then use my site to cloak the affiliate link in the description, or link them out to the full review on my site. Just do anything you can to get them to click your link.

    I would recommend building an authority site, take your time, do plenty of research and work really hard on it. All the while, you can also be doing YouTube videos too for the channel (for the authority site). Link them within the review posts and so on. You can also outsource people to do video reviews for you on sites like Fiverr, if you don't want to be spending the time on that. The thing about this is that you may be dumping money into something that won't return the investment. So there's a lot of things to consider with this.

    Hopefully that gives you some good insight and some ideas!
     
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