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trying to make first sale from clickbank

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Devilfish1688, Sep 30, 2013.

  1. Devilfish1688

    Devilfish1688 Power Member

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    been into these for few months...still learning....despite trying for months ..

    I didn't get any sales...
    also do some PTC earn traffic credits....

    so far I set up blog mixture of clickbank products and PTC and link a website with few clickbank products.

    recently keep pushing up for traffic for my blog it does seem a bit result ..

    one product happen few people sign but seem never buy or upgrade ..

    I just want to stick to basic first..get it right...


    i see this forum there are a lot to be learn..but I 'm a simple guy just want to be simple..

    ok cut the craps , here :eek:

    guys how to sent tons of REAL human visitor will be interested buyers to my blog?

    been saving some credits , surfing traffic exchange ..., web submitter....post in classfield..

    best i can get 1k++ per day visitors..but i believe half are "auto aka no real human viewing it"

    whereas half from traffic exchange.


    I seem successfully ones ..able to get 5ok even more per day to their product page.

    guys any helps?

    thanks
     
  2. ttmschine

    ttmschine Regular Member

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    I'm also struggling with clickbank, have a site that's 2nd/3rd in Google for hemorrhoids, got for example 90 odd unique views yesterday, and in well over a month I have got no sales at all.

    I think I'm just rubbish at clickbank/affiliate selling I'm seriously considering selling the site, even adwords would make more money from it.
     
  3. bgreat

    bgreat Registered Member

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    find the people that want what your promoting rather than focusing on how many visits your page gets, just as you stated those visits are mostly non human clicks, etc
     
  4. Devilfish1688

    Devilfish1688 Power Member

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    problem is how to search , seek these buyers?
    classifield ads...should be since as a buyers they will browse the ads straight seem in the first place they already want to buy that product.

    :(
    this is my thinking and already post a lot on classfield ads...
     
  5. abponline

    abponline Newbie

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    Depends on what you are trying to promote. You could be promoting a crappy product and send 1 million visitors and you wouldn't have any sales!
    1. Find an offer that you can promote to masses (weight loss, work from home, etc)
    2. create a unique landing page and collect emails
    3. redirect to offer page
    4. send new offers via e-mail 2-3 times per week. Don't annoy them.
    You might wanna try using retargeting as well.
     
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    Zwielicht Moderator in Training Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I'm still a bit new to all of this, but the best advice I can give you is to start off by selling something where you already know the consumer. For example, if I'm trying to sell a hypothetical product that allows someone to watch premium boxing matches for a low cost, then my target consumer would be a boxing fan, right? Next, I would do a little more research into boxing fans using a variety of tools such as Google Trends and Internet Forums. After I've collected all of the data I need on the majority of my target consumer (which, in the case of boxing, would be: Hispanic, male, 30-44 years old, high school education, with a household income of 25,000), I would begin the hunt. Now where would Hispanic males between the ages of 30-44 go on the internet? At this juncture, I can either go to YouTube and advertise on boxing videos or pornography websites with a Latina sub-genre.
     
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