I sell multiple products on Clickbank. Five to be exact. I make no less than $200 per product everyday.
Once you develop a system... the rest is history.
Honestly, the two biggest stumbling blocks that people run into are:
- spending too much time on free marketing.Free marketing almost always should be outsourced. It takes up too much valuable marketing time.
- not wanting to spend any money.
You have to spend it if you want to make it.
Another problem that I see is unrealistic expectations.
Example: Some marketers have this notion that if they can't double their money, then it's not worth spending it.
Me personally, I'm willing to spend $3000 in one day if I can make $4500. That gives me a profit of $1500. I've done this many times. And, I'm sure that I'm not the only person in this forum that sees these kinds of numbers.
Here's the scoop with Clickbank.
If you follow these rules. I guarantee that you will make a killing on Clickbank.
- Learn how to effectively use PPC
- Don't rely on just Adwords. There are two other major search engines. Yahoo and MSN Ad Center. Shameless plug: I have a product coming soon on this topic.
- Learn how to effectively search for keywords. I suggest that you use Google's free keyword tool in addition to a paid tool. I like Wordze and Market Samurai(it's in beta, so it may have a few bugs)
- Test and refine your landing pages. Personally I don't recommend using video on landing pages. There are exceptions to this rule. Your landing page should be very simple. Also, keep in mind that opt in forms are not necessary in most niches. I've had months where I will make $30,000 with 0 opt-ins. In fact, I don't have 1,000 people on my list. And my list is not very responsive... that's my fault though. Here's a funny one for you... I have only made $200 from mailing to my list over the past year. I'm improving taking better care of my list right now.
- Using keywords in your title tags and writing a description should always be done, "just in case." It really doesn't matter... but it won't hurt.
- Some people say that picking the right product is important. And, that's kind of true. It's been very difficult for me to test this but, I believe that a strong landing page can boost conversions on your sales page. If your landing page can effectively convince your visitor that they are in the right place. They will completely skip reading the sales letter and buy. So, the real reason that picking the right product is important is to limit refunds.
- This goes hand in hand with #6. Buy the product that you are promoting... get ideas from it to test out new landing pages.
8. If you have a product about "how to save money on groceries." Test keywords that don't have anything to do with saving money on groceries. Many people want to save money on groceries... regardless of what they are searching for. It may be beneficial to target work at home moms for a niche on "how to save on groceries" (don't mean to sound sexist). Men shop for deals on groceries too. Now, if you decide to test out this route, make sure you adjust your landing pages accordingly.Note: #8 is very risky and should only be used on the content network based on my personal success and experiences. And, this step requires you writing extremely eye catching ads... your landing page better be flawless too.
If anyone is burning it up with Clickbank as well... please add to this list.
Even though I am Awesome... I'm still not perfect.