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Where to Start?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by DHSellerUK, Mar 10, 2013.

  1. DHSellerUK

    DHSellerUK BANNED BANNED

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    Hey guys,

    So I've been running Adsense across my sites, doing freelance work & have a full time SEO job.
    so right now, I have cash to spend and want to make more.

    at the end of every month I get about £2,000 - roughly $2,500. In this I put £500 into my savings and the rest I keep (I'm 16, so don't have to pay for rent, food, bills etc)
    ive been interested in ClickBank for a long time, I started listening to the Radio podcasts and have always been reading about it, been signed up and sold 2-3 products via a few ads on my blog network but now, I think it's time to step-up my game.

    so, at the end of March ill be setting £750 ($1000) aside to spend on making money with ClickBank.

    Ideas, Tips & Anything really welcome.

    my first plan was to buy a few media properties for some low CPM sites and spend a couple hours looking through the marketplace for some nice products to sell with good landing pages. I'll then custom make some nice banners and if the product is great but the landing page isn't I can work on a landing page.

    ill maybe make a "my journey" thread about this when I start but right now looking for as much help & info as possible!

    - DH
     
  2. JayShadow

    JayShadow Newbie

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    It looks like you know the drill and are willing to invest so that alone is a great starting point. People just won't tell you exactly which product and where to promote it so it's a bit of common sense and the information you can find around.

    Right now there's really no monster products available and the really good ones are a bit saturared, however, if you're willing to invest in CPM you can still capture some of it. Lookout for clickbank related sites (like engine, analyrics and trends) and always be aware of new and upcoming products... getting a little upstart can be a great help in becoming an authoirity in said product/niche which should be easy to monetize.

    Don't forget that the "Gravity" indicator in clickbank isn't everything and just because a product has low or none it doesn't mean you can't sell it... It might mean that the product is just garbage or that there are more people promoting and making no sales than people actually selling it which means that it's still sellable.... Your judgement comes in.

    If you're 16 be careful with that and tiptoe everything as you don't want to get accounts on CPA networks or CPM/CPC/Whatever put on hold because you're underage.. But if you've been doing this stuff for some time you should know your ways around that.

    good luck :)
     
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  3. DHSellerUK

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    Yeh I've only ever ha my PayPal limited due to my age..

    I managed to run Adsense, ClickBank, Payza, oDesk and loads of other accounts at my age.. Photoshop is but a child's dream toy.