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[story]How I make consistent sales with ClickBank [proof inside]

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by hgear, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. hgear

    hgear Power Member

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    From eHO to Clickbank Millionaire (Well not millions but consistent money at least)

    About 1-2 years ago I was making mad money
    with Craigslist. E-ho-ing it up. I had a programmer
    who I paid some money to create a
    multi-response-autoresponder for me that
    basically waited for people to email. Waited
    a 30 minutes then responded back to them.
    When they responded again it would send them
    a second message and wham they would sign up
    for all kinds of junk. I would have days
    where I was making $500 per day with cash
    university. I would also make money with the
    people who didn?t sign up by sending them to
    datinggold and collecting $2.00-$3.00 per
    lead. That was my 3rd email response send the day
    after

    The end of Craigslist for me

    Well when the whole CL thing came
    crumbling down and BHW erased e-ho-ing as a
    category I was ready for something new. CL
    was working great and I was getting paid but
    it was a lot of work and I kind of became
    bored with it. I knew I had to find a way to
    make some CONSISENT income without working
    any more. In other words I wanted some type
    of perpetual motion machine to deliver cash
    to my accounts. Regardless if I was working
    or banging your next door neighbor. So I
    started messing around with Clickbank
    products. Once thing I quickly realized was
    that also required a bunch of work. I was
    thinking ok this is great but I still have to
    work for this shiz too?lame So I got to
    thinking. How can I stop working and still
    profit.

    Your Rajesh Army

    I started hiring Indians,
    phillipnaoes, and putting together small
    assignments for them to do in order to figure
    out who is doing good and who is lazy ass
    like me. (I don?t hire people who are lazy like me )
    Finally I found some people that where willing
    to work and I got them working for me
    full-time. When I made a profit I just hired
    more people. I just find stuff on here for
    them to do. Articles ?Rajesh you do that.
    Blog comments Rajesh 1 you do that. Submit
    PAD files Rajesh 3 you do that. Anyway you
    get the idea. So here it is. If your lazy
    like I am. And you want to make money don?t
    focus on methods, tools, tips, tricks,
    techniques, etc. Instead focus on building
    your Rajesh empire

    Build Your Rajesh Empire

    Focus on getting the people
    plugged into to your empire. Remember your
    not here to work ? you?re here to find people
    to do work for you. You?re the owner. Your
    job is not to do the work. Create the system
    and hire people to run the different parts of
    it. Hire the cogs. Another words if your
    spending time writing articles, submitting
    articles, spamming blog etc. STOP that
    immediately. Create a process and get others
    to do it. It?s cheap labor and you should not
    be doing it. Hope this helps. Here is a
    screenshot of my clickbank account.

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    Now go find your Rajesh?he is waiting for you
     
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  2. Virus1

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    hmmmm...

    so all your traffic is SEO....

    you build review sites??
     
  3. hgear

    hgear Power Member

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    Yep it's all SEO and yep I prefer review sites.
     
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    I a starter with clickbank myself... I have a simple WP blog setup where I write some personal stuff or general reviews/stories about certain products (health related)... with just a link or two in the text to the product.

    any tips for onPage?

    Thanks for posting this! Good advice
     
  5. easycash27

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    Congrats on your success!

    I hope it follows growing.

    I am totally agree with you, outsourcing is the way.

    May I know how many different sites are bringing you that money??

    Thanks
     
  6. hgear

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    I focus on mostly on offpage. Onpage is very simple proper h1, h2, metatags, major keyword for article in beginning, middle and end of article

    install a SEO plugin. SEO Pressor it makes it pretty simple.
    Then just get yourself a Rajesh and get him doing some link building for you.
    I'm tempted to start a website like
    GetYourRajesh.com but I'm sure someone here is going to nab it right after I post this..lol
     
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    I'm trying to read the thread but I'm getting too distracted by your avatar =/
     
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    You doing this for specific KWs, or just generalized topics?
     
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    Its like the old saying goes; "Why have a dog and bark yourself?"
     
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    I like to target specific KW or trends that I think are about to blow up.
    Google trends is good for that or trending things on "The Twitter"
     
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    where do you find these workers?
     
  12. hgear

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    I started with the standard places. CL, elance, guru, rentacoder (aka rentamoron) the problem is that it was all hit and miss and mostly BIG F#@# miss. What's worse is that most of these people needed to be trained.

    So then I spend a bunch of time training them and then they did a little bit of work and disappeared like dollars bills at the strip club.

    Then I realized ok that's bullshit because I'm spending all the time training these monkeys and then they are gone after a couple of small jobs.

    What's worse is that the training was 1-1 so it was taking up alot of my time. That's when I decided I need to have full time monkeys not half time
    Chimpanzees
     
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    Yep! I want to own the dog store...
     
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    hahahaha.... good one... i like that.
     
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    Very interesting... But how much are you spending? Are you paying more to your outsourcers than you are making from clickbank?
     
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    Time training a new VA is torture, I agree. So you recommend a full time VA instead of part-time ones? I've had both and both tend to disappear around the same amount of time. That or they slack off and slowly force me to fire them.

    Another issue is finding new tasks for them to do. I often do not need the same job done everyday, it's usually something new and it's no fun because it requires more training a lot of the time. Do you suggest one set of tasks per VA and just have them do that?
     
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    I have more then one account on clickbank and other CPA companies.
    I make way more then what I pay them. Which should make sense since their cost of living is much lower

    Additionally when I bring on SEO clients I hire new people so my team is always growing.
     
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    Yeah 100% recommend a full time Rajesh. This might seem obvious
    but the way to keep them around is to pay them fairly and on time everytime.
    Now, the slacking off part is a process issue. Another words when you have right process in place they can't slack.

    Another words if they are slacking there should be a simple measurement, chart etc that will show you, them, and the whole team that they are.

    The way I do it is.
    1. Video training that I made for them (keeps me from having to train them 1-on 1
    2. Daily Accountability reports. (keeps me in the loop and make sure they are producing something everyday)
    3. If they miss one report or two reports they better have a pretty good reason.

    4. As for tasks I have one person assigned to one area of responsibility
    Another words one person focuses on article marketing, one person
    focuses on blog commenting.

    Basically do like Henry Ford says and separate the labor activities in to
    there individual parts.

    Every day they are to do some task in their area of responsibility.
    If you are always having to giving them tasks to do then that defeats the
    whole process of hiring someone. I teach them how to find their own
    tasks to do. That way they can't say some B.S. like I didn't assign them
    anything. By the way that's what happened earlier on and when I heard some guy tell me that I told him to GTFO and told myself that would NEVER happen again

    I let them know in advance that they need daily reports. If they can't do that
    then they are lazy or stupid. Either way I don't want to work with them.

    So if in the first few days they don't do it. They are canned right away.
    You want to remove losers very quickly
     
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    Huh? What? Say that one more time.... due to your avatar I was not paying attention..:mad:
     
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    I like this! It seems much more efficient then having my VAs do all sorts of tasks and giving them new things to do each day.

    Instead have them focus on just one job, teach them how to find their own work and get those reports back to make sure things are being done properly.

    By the way I use oDesk and it records my VAs desktop every few seconds so I can see what they are working on. Their hours are logged as well and oDesk sends their payment automatically at the end of the week. It's a great system.