Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by uncle_duke, Aug 19, 2012.
Anyone can help me maximize my gains from clickbank using scrapebox?
Use scrape box to build links to a website that you have a landing page on
spam a bunch of blogs to try to get some direct traffic
Use scrapebox to help you find high ranking sites in your niche and build links from those
Use scrapebox to make a spam sandwich with toasted bread
You know stuff like that
I would say that that is the easiest method... Not necessarily the one that will make you the most money though.
1) Find a Clickbank product that will appeal to blog owners, e.g. a make money online product, a web promotion or backlinking tool, an email collection / popup script etc.
2) Buy a domain and redirect it to your affiliate link.
3) Spam the hell out of every blog you can find. Your links will end up in the moderation queue, and when the blog owners check out your site when they are going through their comments to moderate, they will be sent to your affiliate link and hopefully some of them will buy something.
Optionally you could put a real site on your domain to maximize the benefit of the links you will eventually get from blogs that are auto-approve or blog owners that approve your comments, but it's not essential, since you're mainly targeting direct traffic from blog owners.
Has anyone done this with any success, i've always been interested in the idea but everyone i hear that has tried this ends up making pennies.
guess i'll have to give it a go myself.
That just means they weren't targeting the right offers. They are buying products, not clicking Adsense ads.
I've given it a go, got nothing from it.
It's next to impossible to set up the trust factor when you're advertising via spam.
I've had reasonable results by putting together my own bundle of Wordpress related plugins, premium themes, guides etc. with a slick one page sales page and selling it for $15. I had to send millions of comments though. I sold it through Plimus, although Plimus has since banned my account (although that was unrelated to the Wordpress product - I wouldn't advise using Plimus any more).
You're right about the trust factor, but people still buy viagra from email spam - you can do a lot to alleviate the trust issues with a good sales page and a good value offer.
You can get better luck if you target low ranking blogs and put in the name field "ATTENTION WEBMASTER" that will grab there attention..in the comment field put a brief description on what you offer them and your URL after the comment.Doing this to low ranking blogs is better because they need help getting there blog ranked.
It has been my experience that traffic quality is important with info products. I had a blog making about $100 a week a while back from just 20 or 30 hits a day. While I haven't made it work personally there definitely has to be ways to make spam traffic convert, I imagine it takes a paradigm shift. With an info product you try to build trust and provide a solution to a problem, with spam type traffic you are getting traffic that is widely un targeted so maybe it would be better to try monetizing that traffic with CPA offers that are more reaction based.
Don't know if you do anying fishing (real world fishing in a pond or lake with hooks and worms and lures). But think about it like bait, you can use live bait or a lure. Both can be effective, live bait you toss out there and it wiggles around on it's own and the fish usually swim around it a bit then bite and carry it off. Lures on the other hand are designed to spin and flash some even make noise this triggers a more aggressive response in the fish and they'll strike quickly without wasting any time.
To add to what Autumn suggested, you can also use the learning mode poster addon that comes with scrapebox, and teach it to submit to contact forms on websites. This way, your message goes directly to the webmasters' inbox, and may increase your chances for conversion. As Autumn said though, make sure you cater your product selection to those that will interest a webmaster or wordpress blog owner.
So true mate. That is some real good advice you gave there. Thanks given.
I got a domain deleted from a VPS because i started receiving spam complaints.
So right now, i don't if i'll use SB anymore ? I'm reading a lot about it everywhere before doing any new moves.
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