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What Are Your Criteria for a Good CB Product?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Shadowflux, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. Shadowflux

    Shadowflux Registered Member

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    Hey everyone,

    I've done some work with CB in the past with varying success but I want to do it the right way this time. The problem I usually have, though, is that I find it hard to choose which product to promote. In the past I've pretty much picked one that didn't seem too saturated but had a good landing page and offered a good product.

    My question is, how do you guys choose the products you promote? I've heard different theories on whether you should choose high gravity or low gravity, whether its good to promote ebooks or not. I think there are just so many choices on there that I have trouble picking one.

    Also, I often see see products that say N/A for their information, does this mean they are new or that they've never sold a product or is it something else?

    Any input would be greatly appreciated, BHW has been a wonderful resource for me so far and I wouldn't have made a dollar without your help. As soon as I make a thousand bucks I plan on donating to this site.
     
  2. math182

    math182 Regular Member

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    You need to pick a 'desperate niche', that will solve problems of people that are really in urgent need.

    Internet was first created to share informations, so be sure to propose good information on your landing page and make a review site.

    Works all the time!
     
  3. weBay

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    Firstly I have to like the product/landing page etc...

    Then I do various google queries to see what competition there is for potential keywords. I use articles and web 2.0 so I search to see how many articles etc there are for each keyword. If there are more than 3 squidoo lenses already for example then it will be hard to get in google results as google only shows a max 3..

    Ideally I like to find a product with some easy to target keywords which are not too competitive and have no ezines, articlesbase or squids targetting them....

    just my 10 pence worth,.
     
  4. richv100

    richv100 Junior Member

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    For me personally I like to have a gravity over 40 but below 100.
    Some like to go for the very high gravity, but I usually find it means there is serious competition.
    The main thing is like weBay said, you have to like the product/landing page. Put yourself in the buyers shoes, if you think that the product looks crap and the site looks like it was built by a 5 year old then chances are other people will think the same way!

    There are a few diamonds on CB but also a hell of a lot of rubbish. But saying that i have sold some serious rubbish and had very few refunds!
     
  5. squark

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    I'm just finalizing some software and videos that could really help you out. I did them for my coaching clients with the same questions. If there's interest on bhw I could post them here when I finish (probably Monday or Tuesday).

    And this is definitely something that a lot of affiliates struggle with and get horribly wrong... which is probably why my clients want the same thing ;-)

    Let me know if there's any interest. (Sorry this isn't a real answer... but I wanted to get this in just in case the future value might help).
     
  6. EmpireQuality

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    I am interested and always open to checking information out. It cant hurt and maybe i will learn some things. Post them up for sure. :D
     
  7. imperial109

    imperial109 Regular Member

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    Read, read, and read some more.

    Read a couple of sales books and read over the newly listed landing pages. If you're enticed to buy/get something, then that's a good landing page. Then promote it. Don't go by gravity, that has too many factors to consider, like competition, age, etc.
     
  8. Shadowflux

    Shadowflux Registered Member

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    Thanks for the tips guys, I've been taking them into consideration. I have to say that BHW is extremely helpful.

    What type of products does everyone have the most luck with? I see a lot of ebooks on CB but I've never personally felt the urge to buy an ebook. I'd really much rather have an actual book I can add to my library. Maybe its just me but I feel like a lot of people will be reluctant to buy an ebook.

    If you have a niche and find that CB is offering a number products related to it how do you decide which one you want to promote?

    thanks again everyone!