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The most effective strategies in Selling Clickbank or PayGear Products

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by ChrisDouthit, Jun 14, 2012.

  1. ChrisDouthit

    ChrisDouthit Registered Member

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    Though it's easy to become an affiliate in ClickBank or PayGear, you should always bear in mind that this is a very competitive place to be in. So you should be ready to compete with a lot of new and experienced marketers who also have access to the same products.

    The most effective strategies in Selling ClickBank or PayGear Products

    Don't let the stiff competition scare you away. There are some strategies you can use to effectively sell digital products online.

    1. Select a good product to promote
    Do not make the common mistake of selling the popular products everyone else is selling. Do a simple research first to know if the product is in demand in the market. Also, make sure that the product you'll choose is of good quality.

    2. Do some pre-selling first
    Most affiliates conduct pre-selling to qualify the leads they will be referring to the merchant's page. This will increase conversion rates because only interested individuals will see the sales page. One thing you can do here is to buy the product you are promoting, and write an honest review about it.

    3. Be capable enough of driving traffic to the merchant's sales page
    In doing this, you should decide first how you will attract traffic towards your affiliate website. You can go for paid advertising or you can spend time creating authority sites that are content rich and with affiliate advertising placed within them. It is good if you can use both strategies.

    The nature of the traffic you drive to your affiliate site also matters. You should be able to send highly-targeted traffic, or else, your conversion rates will not be sufficient to cover the cost of advertising.
     
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