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What is a average hops per order

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by hatterftw1, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. hatterftw1

    hatterftw1 Power Member

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    I'm finally getting into ClickBank and I'm finally getting a decent number of hops but not any sales yet or order form impressions for that matter, what is a fairly average hops per purchase for you ClickBank sellers out there, and also hops per order form impression ?
     
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    Ruger BANNED BANNED

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    It depends on the product, niche, and landing page. Some products convert 100 hops per sale, some are 500 per sale, and some products never convert.
     
  3. jameshilton105

    jameshilton105 BANNED BANNED

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    A high gravity niche would convert 30 hops per sale base on my experience on blasting non-targeted leads.
     
  4. stockbob55

    stockbob55 Registered Member

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    The Clickbank offers that I get conversions from generally get one sale per 10 to 20 hops.
    Most quality CB landers have good conversion rates as the vendors have tested the daylights out of them and are proven over time.
    If an offer is converting for other affiliates but not you then there may be some disconnect between your promotion method/keywords and the vendors landing page.
     
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  5. georgelouis5

    georgelouis5 Junior Member

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    You have to consider the quality of the traffic too.

    Is not the same clicks from email spamming, than clicks from Adwords ads which are keyword targered.

    And as everybody her have stated, there's also the landing page factor / type of offer / quality of the actual product (for refund rate)

    I don't think you can put an exact number on it.