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What To Do When 90% Of Your Keywords Are For The Same Product?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SEORasta, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. SEORasta

    SEORasta Senior Member

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    Im trying to promote again a click bank product. My problem is though the 10 keywords im trying to rank for also sell the same exact click bank product on about all the listings almost on the front page. So its like even if I make to the front page im competting for the same product. So should I quit it OR just change the keywords for more lower searches BUT be alone in selling the product?
     
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    enSo Regular Member

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    this can actually play in your advantage. If a visitor comes to your site and visits the product page he gets marked with a cookie, so even if he doesn't buy then, he'll probably buy later on when he looks for the same or similar keywords but arrives at a competing site. And you would still get credited for the sale ;)
    So that's definitely not a reason to give up on a promotion.
     
  3. SEORasta

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    The site I have though is a landing page using the page created by the click bank product owner. So your saying if they go to my site, a cookie is incrypted BUT if they go to a comeitors site buying the same product the sale goes to the other guys account since its tied into there CB ID no?
     
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    if they clicked through to the salespage from your site first, then you will be the one credited even if they make the purchase later. If they only arrive on your site but exit without clicking through to the salespage normally no cookie would be placed but there are ways around that..
     
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    alnev Newbie

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    I know there are "first visit cookies" and "last visit cookies", do you guys know which websites work with the "last visit cookies"?