Launched My First CB Product! Looking For Tips On How To Make It Successful!

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I have finally created my first clickbank product. Actually the product is not in the marketplace as of today, but tommorrow it will be. I am looking for advice from warriors who have had successful products on clickbank.

My sales page is decent, and I know I need to add my opt in form on the sales page also right to build a list. What are some of the most important things I can to increase my sales? Im all ears
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  • Profile picture of the author CSwrite

    Congrats on your first product!

    You have a lot of options here from PPC ads, to article promotion, to finding someone in your niche willing to JV with you. The last would probably garner you the most traffic, right off the bat. There are a ton of great people on here with far more insight into JV's than I - IMReporter is one - and I know there are others (names escape me at the moment). There's also the JV forum right here as well that may open some doors for you.

    Just try to find your momentum and then do all you can to keep it moving forward. With the right JV or ad campaign it could turn out very well for you.

    • Profile picture of the author coreytucker
      Thanks Cary! Im excited because I know this has the potential to make alot of money. So to make my offer look more attractive to affliates I should also perhaps offer a back end sale they earn off of?

      I dont know how that would work through clickbank though. I already pay 75% commission which I think is very important. I know you can find affliates through PPC ads, clickbank, ezinearticles and google in general.

      But what should I do to make my offer more attractive to affliates? Also is it good pratice to always offer a bonus to your product on your sales page? What about letting my readers opt in to my mailing list to preview my product.

      I am also a bit worried that by getting readers to opt in to my mailing list I would be losing some sales in the short term. Obviously I know I can potentially sale to those who opt in later on, but at the same time I would like to keep my sales rate on my sales page about the same as it would have been without the opt in form.
    • Profile picture of the author internetmarketer99

      Search for competing product sales pages, review pages, etc. Get the marketers email through whois, and ask them to promote your product.

      Ditto for Squidoo lenses and articles promoting competing products.

      Put up an affiliates page, have a few banner graphics made, write or outsource some excellent email copy, do some keyword research and post those all on your affliate pages.

      One of the most successful things I did was:

      Get affilites CB ID from their promotional pages for competing products;
      Create a give-away report that promoted my main product;
      Embed their CB ID as the link;
      Email it to them with a letter asking them to promote my product.

      Works like magic!

  • Profile picture of the author matthewd
    Finding JVs is going to be the fastest way to start seeing some success. I am currently running several promotions with JV partners for my recently launched product and it i going very well.

    You say that your sales copy is decent, but it needs to be very good in order to score some good JVs. I got a call today from someone that I was trying to get a JV with and the reson for the call was to tell me that I had written some kick ass copy and they were going to start brainstorming for a promo for me.

    Having a great sales page is also going to help you get more affiliates. If it converts well, you will keep getting more and more traffic from those affiliates.
    • Profile picture of the author David Raybould
      Hey Corey,

      You have a great opportunity to do some reverse engineering here buddy.

      Take a look through the clickbank marketplace and find the vendors in your niche that are doing well, and break down what they are doing. if you know the right tools and sites online you can find out a staggering amount of info on any given site and it's marketing, and you can use this to very dramatic effect if you put the effort in...

      Hope that helps

    • Profile picture of the author coreytucker
      honestly I know I can write a better sales page, but I do not want to overhype my product. I mean its my first sales page, so im not too sure how it is,lol. I suppose I should add my picture to the sales page also, im sure that helps with conversions. So my plan is to build a list also for a membership site im creating in the niche, so list building is actually important also for me.

      The problem here is I dont know the best way to build my list from my sales page. Should I just give away a free report or something?

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