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Some really noob questions

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by botuline, Sep 1, 2014.

  1. botuline

    botuline Newbie

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    Okay, so instead of hoping that I'll someday stumble upon the answers to these questions, I decided to admit my ignorance to the community. Here are some things I've been wondering about:

    1. What exactly do you put on (for example) a Clickbank product's landing page? A fake review, or just an overview and some hype of the product?

    2. Do you usually use fake identities when registering for services? Like Clickbank, Bing Ads etc. Obviously Bing Ads is probably not going to use your details as wrongly as Clickbank might (just an assumption), but if you start making 5k/day or some crazy sh!t like that and get charged with fraud (a hypothetical situation...), it could be a problem to have traces like that.

    Thank you in advance for the answers.
     
  2. JoeMongan

    JoeMongan Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Welcome to BHW!

    1. First gain traffic by learning SEO and then figure out how to monetize it.

    2. No reason to use fake names as long as the websites are within their TOS.

    -RK
     
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  3. tupacz

    tupacz Newbie

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    Hi all

    1) see this video, the simplest landing page is the most converting one, people are not dump, using fake reviews, you will get burned fast, think long term
    Link to the free video of the best converting landing page
    Ps, i tried that, from long landing pages i changed to simple ones, and it worked, i used fb ads, targeted audience etc etc
    Search this on google:
    You're watching: The 5 Steps To Building The Most Profitable Email List On The Planet
    By copy becker

    2) Again how do you want get paid if you use fake ids? think long term man.

    Cheers
     
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  4. Clive56

    Clive56 Newbie

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    1. Try to stay away from fakies as much as you can, be objective but do so from a salesman perspective. A little jibe, conspicuous call to action button, it's copywriting 101.

    2. Starting out stealth accounts are not that important. But I've seen a couple of folks try to protect themselves from the get go. It takes a bit of maintenance, so if it's like your thing you wouldn't notice the extra work. If not, you'd be best to skip them at the outset.
     
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  5. botuline

    botuline Newbie

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    Okay, thanks for the answers.

    I think I'll stay away from the stealth account thing for now then, I don't think it's likely that I'll get into legal trouble at any point.

    Then another question: Bing Ads (and many other sites) asks for "company name" when making an account. I doubt many internet marketers have an actual registered company, so what do you put there? Just something that doesn't sound completely idiotic?
     
  6. ridgey90

    ridgey90 Newbie

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    Actually quite a few IM'ers have company names, but if you don't have one you can just put your name, it's what I used to do
     
  7. Magic5

    Magic5 BANNED BANNED

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    If you dont have a company name and company name is required just type in "Individual"