Which Ad network converts best for clickbank products

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Hello friends,
I am curious to know - Which Ad network converts best for clickbank products.

Thank You
Riad
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  • Profile picture of the author mrfree2015
    try
    bing ads
    facebook ads
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  • Profile picture of the author Vikram73
    Yahoo Stream Ads is pretty good too. Nice, new and not too crowded.

    My sites aren't mobile optimized so I'm just focused on the native ads.

    "Native Ad" networks are pretty good too. There are quite a few out there - it would depend on the CB product you choose.

    Surprisingly, Plenty of Fish is pretty amazing and I never do dating type offers.
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    • Profile picture of the author riad1000
      Originally Posted by Vikram73 View Post

      Yahoo Stream Ads is pretty good too. Nice, new and not too crowded.

      My sites aren't mobile optimized so I'm just focused on the native ads.

      "Native Ad" networks are pretty good too. There are quite a few out there - it would depend on the CB product you choose.

      Surprisingly, Plenty of Fish is pretty amazing and I never do dating type offers.
      Hi,
      Actually I want to promot two product of clickbank. One is "Instabuilder 2.0" and another is "Reverse Phone Lookup". What's your opinion, does it converts? Please advice.

      Thank You
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      • Profile picture of the author Vikram73
        Originally Posted by riad1000 View Post

        Hi,
        Actually I want to promot two product of clickbank. One is "Instabuilder 2.0" and another is "Reverse Phone Lookup". What's your opinion, does it converts? Please advice.

        Thank You
        I never promote IM or make money online stuff so I can't say. The refund rates are too high for my taste.

        Reverse Phone Lookup - yeah, that converts. I promoted it a while back on PPC and it worked great. It's competitive and I settled on less competitive niches. I think you can get it to work if you really zone in on finding new traffic sources as Bing/Google are fairly expensive for that.

        I would pick one niche - and one niche only and scale that up big time. Take reverse phone lookup, build landing pages, build a generic site, build a list, try direct linking etc.. You need to understand your niche inside and out and you'll find multiple ways to capitalize on it.
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    • Profile picture of the author egoldzone
      Originally Posted by Vikram73 View Post

      Yahoo Stream Ads is pretty good too. Nice, new and not too crowded.

      My sites aren't mobile optimized so I'm just focused on the native ads.

      "Native Ad" networks are pretty good too. There are quite a few out there - it would depend on the CB product you choose.

      Surprisingly, Plenty of Fish is pretty amazing and I never do dating type offers.
      Thanks for great info
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    It depends on the niche imo.
    I've found many clickbank offers work well with ppc and Facebook
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  • Profile picture of the author AravGupta
    There is no such thing as a dedicated ad network which will only convert for CB products. You will need to split test CB offers with different ad networks and then come to the conclusion as to which network gives you the higher ROI. It is better you design your own LP's because direct linking wont do any wonders with your campaigns.
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    • Profile picture of the author Vikram73
      Originally Posted by AravGupta View Post

      There is no such thing as a dedicated ad network which will only convert for CB products. You will need to split test CB offers with different ad networks and then come to the conclusion as to which network gives you the higher ROI. It is better you design your own LP's because direct linking wont do any wonders with your campaigns.
      Everyone keeps dissing direct linking but it just works. It simply works. Why not do direct linking if it makes you money?

      Do you really want to be in every possible niche? And write content for all of them? And some offers do convert on the 1st visit.

      Some of them convert 2-3% on cold traffic. ClickBank product owners (not all - but quite a few) are constantly testing/re-checking and tweaking their sales letters to convert cold traffic.

      I have written a sales letter that converts 2% on cold PPC traffic for a $10 ebook. When do I collect their email? When they buy. The list is 100% buyers.

      Just sayin'

      Don't get me wrong - your advice is solid. It makes sense to build a list. But don't think that these offers don't convert quickly on cold traffic.

      Many of them are designed to.
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
        Originally Posted by Vikram73 View Post

        Everyone keeps dissing direct linking but it just works. It simply works. Why not do direct linking if it makes you money?

        Do you really want to be in every possible niche? And write content for all of them? And some offers do convert on the 1st visit.

        Some of them convert 2-3% on cold traffic. ClickBank product owners (not all - but quite a few) are constantly testing/re-checking and tweaking their sales letters to convert cold traffic.

        I have written a sales letter that converts 2% on cold PPC traffic for a $10 ebook. When do I collect their email? When they buy. The list is 100% buyers.

        Just sayin'

        Don't get me wrong - your advice is solid. It makes sense to build a list. But don't think that these offers don't convert quickly on cold traffic.

        Many of them are designed to.
        Direct linking can work, but often a simple landing page can dramatically increase profits so why not at least try split testing one?
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      • Profile picture of the author cooler1
        Originally Posted by Vikram73 View Post

        Everyone keeps dissing direct linking but it just works. It simply works. Why not do direct linking if it makes you money?

        Do you really want to be in every possible niche? And write content for all of them? And some offers do convert on the 1st visit.

        Some of them convert 2-3% on cold traffic. ClickBank product owners (not all - but quite a few) are constantly testing/re-checking and tweaking their sales letters to convert cold traffic.

        I have written a sales letter that converts 2% on cold PPC traffic for a $10 ebook. When do I collect their email? When they buy. The list is 100% buyers.

        Just sayin'

        Don't get me wrong - your advice is solid. It makes sense to build a list. But don't think that these offers don't convert quickly on cold traffic.

        Many of them are designed to.
        Direct linking can work, but the conversion rates are generally very low because the visitors haven't been pre-warmed before landing on the vendors sales page. Adding to that, Clickbank products are a tough sell because people can find lots of information for free online.

        In my experience of direct linking to CB with Bing ads, the conversion rates were much lower in 2015 than they were in 2014 and this is based on promoting mostly the same products.

        I don't know how long it would take to find products that convert at 2-3% on cold traffic, but probably lots of testing is needed to find those offers.

        This is why you often see threads on the WF where people are saying they've ran PPC ads with hundereds of clicks, direct linking to CB, but had no sales.
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        • Profile picture of the author Leli
          Originally Posted by cooler1 View Post

          Direct linking can work, but the conversion rates are generally very low because the visitors haven't been pre-warmed before landing on the vendors sales page. Adding to that, Clickbank products are a tough sell because people can find lots of information for free online.

          In my experience of direct linking to CB with Bing ads, the conversion rates were much lower in 2015 than they were in 2014 and this based on promoting mostly the same products.

          I don't know how long it would take to find products that convert at 2-3% on cold traffic, but probably lots of testing is needed to find those offers.

          This is why you often see threads on the WF where people are saying they've ran PPC ads with hundereds of clicks, direct linking to CB, but had no sales.
          Agree fully with this. As a clickbank vendor with over 5 years experience doing this full time, I can tell you with certainty that although direct linking to CB products MIGHT be profitable, 9 out of 10 times you'll get significantly better conversions if you using a landing page first. We frequently see affiliates triple their conversions when they go from direct linking to using a lander.
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  • Profile picture of the author oghenk
    For clickbank product, I think FB ads is still the best.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kiranattu
    I think google adsense is always paying the best for their ad networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author kazimuhith
    I have had success with bing ads..
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