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What Type of Product and Gravity to Pick?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by hatterftw1, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. hatterftw1

    hatterftw1 Power Member

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    I seem so overwhelmed right now on what Clickbank products to promote, I'm sort of just going through and doing research on each, but really can't seem to find one where I'm like "this one is so much better than others" . Is there any type of product or clickbank niche that does better on average? I know there are a lot of variables, but like what about gravity some say go for low some say go for high, which is right? It does seem like to me that gravity around 100+ has just so much competition that it might not be worth while, but idk I have never really tried for that. Any recommendations ?
     
  2. netmoney1

    netmoney1 Executive VIP

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    Need to find something with a solid offering, high commission and a market (large need for the product). Take a look at my signature and let me know if you would like more information.

    Do you currently promote offers? If so, what type of traffic do you drive and from what sources?
     
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    If this is your first time choose a category which interests you , coz you could be easily bored if results don't go your way . Then choose a product which has generally 10-30 gravity .Make sure the product you choose has a nice landing page,an affiliate page etc.
     
  4. hatterftw1

    hatterftw1 Power Member

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    so 10-30 gravity is a good number ?
     
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    10 and 30 gravity is fine. Above all:
    1) Choose a product/niche that you are interested in and won't get bored
    2) Make sure the product has a great sales page
    3) Go go go
     
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    every affiliate will have its own philosophy , mine is that in 10 -30 range there is not that much competition and at the same time its a proof that the product is converting . However this assumption can be vague
     
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    I'll consider anything above about 10. There are plenty of good sales pages that convert that have relatively low gravity just because they're in obscure niches and no one promotes them - but if you can get targeted traffic in those niches you can make heaps of money with little competition.
     
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    Agree with both posters above. Unless you're a marketing/SEO/email list guru, you'll probably have more success with products having gravity 10-50 than with those 100+. The latter would be getting promoted by thousands of guys and it will be extremely hard to rank for any relevant keyword. All avenues will tend to be saturated, be it microniche sites, blogs, review sites, videos, forums etc...

    On the other hand, products with gravity 10-50 won't be so heavily promoted and yet they would still convert. It is very possible that for these products to find long tail keywords where competition is low, or find marketing tactics that are not being used for the particular product (e.g. facebook pages/groups, personal journeys, reviews with a twist, etc...).
     
  9. hatterftw1

    hatterftw1 Power Member

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    What do you guys think makes a good sales page? My assumption was that you ideally want the "Buy Now" location to be higher on the page, but is that true really? I always see those pages with a 8 minute long video, or the buy now button miles down the page after all this cheesy text, it seems bad to me, but idk maybe others would like that.