Who is Using Craigslist to Promote ClickBank Aff. Products?

Profile picture of the author bob73 by bob73 Posted: 04/11/2009
I want to go into promoting clickbank products through craigslist by outsourcing ad placements. 100 a day at $.065.
Who knows what clickbank products work well with CL and which are a waste in the drain?
#aff #clickbank #craigslist #money #products #promote

  • Profile picture of the author lcombs
    lcombs
    I would say the Make Money Online market is best.
    Make a screen-shot of the site and place the ad in the "sales jobs" section.
  • Profile picture of the author Ed Stas
    Ed Stas
    Originally Posted by MRRproducts View Post

    According to me clickbank products doesn't work with craiglist, since the clickbank products focus on everyone, while craiglist can be used to market in specific cities only.
    Um, what?

    Anyway, yes, you can successfully promote clickbank products on craigslist. Per the previous poster, income generating products work best. especially in this economy. target specific geographies (think Detroit) with specific offers.
  • Profile picture of the author iTechSolutions
    iTechSolutions
    Split your testing.

    Besides craigs also try some other sites like usfreeads to put ads in diff niches and check the results after 2 weeks. As everyone is after craigs, find other sites with less competition and you can make some good money there.
  • Profile picture of the author dndoseller
    dndoseller
    Well, you should know that digital and affiliate products are against their TOS.

    Of course you can risk it and certain cities you can get by without getting flagged.

    However, in general I think craiglist is the worst place to market affiliate products, the user community is absurdly flag happy.
  • Profile picture of the author bob73
    bob73
    Ed Stas: Sounds like you are having a ball at CL with CB products.

    These posts are so varied that im inclined to think each individual have their own personal experiences with CL. Some good, some ...well not so good.

    Question is is it worth outsourcing for CL postings with click bank products. im thinking of doing some split tests but still apprehensive. Who here has ever paid for posting CB on CL and laughed to a bank?
  • Profile picture of the author Stevecyr
    Stevecyr
    I would recommend CL as well as Make Money Online. Both are really good and above all FREE! And 1 more advice, try to split your testing.
  • Profile picture of the author pingsters
    pingsters
    My friend still using craigslist with CB products and he is doing very well.

    Yes split test is great to see which method work's perfectly.

    Thanks
    Faye
  • Profile picture of the author VinnyBock
    VinnyBock
    If you're spending money on Craigslist posting, you should make sure you go the extra mile with testing and tracking..

    Here's an awesome site for that:
    Track Craigslist, Backpage, and other classified ad networks. Increase conversion and generate more leads and buyers for your business
  • Profile picture of the author Chris Busa
    Chris Busa
    The make money money market definitely works. I have made money promoting CPA biz opp offers.

    Create a lead capture page that is generic so you can use with multiple offer to test for the highest EPC.

    Take a screen shot of your lead capture page.

    Use that as an image ad for your Craigslist post so it is clickable to your capture page.

    Maybe if you want more clicks edit your screen shot in photoshop or similar to have a good call to action (Click Here, Learn More, etc...)

    Followup with your auto-responder and keep blasting related offers.

    Post in the sales or marketing section.
  • Profile picture of the author hardworker2013
    hardworker2013
    Another tip, i use Youtube Videos link on craiglist to avoid being flagged. Send traffic from Craigslist to your Youtube Video with your clickbank link in the Video Description.
    Make money online and weight loss niche works the best for me on there
  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    Alex Blades
    Craigslist is the best place to sell dreams to people who are down on their luck. Heck offer them a job, but make sure they sign up to one of your CPA offers first, then don't return their emails. There is nothing wrong with kicking them while they're down. :rolleyes:
  • Profile picture of the author Horacioplus
    Horacioplus
    When you promote stuff on Craigslist it should be something that really works and can be useful to this people. Im not an expert but i learn it is better to use a landing in form of an application. I dont just promote and sell, i find a way to make sure this people take action and actually making some cash.
  • Profile picture of the author ZerocooI
    ZerocooI
    When you promote stuff on Craigslist it should be something that really works and can be useful to this people. Im not an expert but i learn it is better to use a landing in form of an application. I dont just promote and sell, i find a way to make sure this people take action and actually making some cash.
    Very good advice.
  • Profile picture of the author thailanddave
    thailanddave
    I ran a couple of help wanted ads and captured emails with a squeeze page job application. I was getting higher open rates on daily auto-responder messages than I get on lists I built at safe-swaps.
  • Profile picture of the author Drummerdad01
    Drummerdad01
    I need a little guidance. I am currently promoting Clickbank products on Direct CPV via a URL scraper to target sales. SUPPOSEDLY, according to the "GURU" who taught me this, all of the URL's I harvest will show my ad when clicked. I selected my Clickbank promotion, copied the promotion http:// code from Clickbank and posted it in the designated URL target on Direct CPV. I then within Direct CPV, funded my account, (probably a big mistake) then targeted all the URL's harvested and launched my campaign. After seeing almost 2,000 hits and no sales in 6 hours, I became concerned. I paused my campaigns, then went to almost 30 of the URL's I had targeted. I pasted the URL's in my browser, clicked on them and the site came up but my ad is no where to be seen. Did I miss a step in connecting my Clickbank campaign to Direct CPV or is Direct CPV a ripoff?
  • Profile picture of the author workbyinternet
    workbyinternet
    I just need to make sure if CL works with YouTube and CB link in description without flag risk. Any advice? Which category is the best for money making products on CL?

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