I Need Some Clarity On ClickBank Hops

by Cade21
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I'm wondering if anyone can give me some clarity on my ClickBank account. Each week my stats show 600-700 Hops, yet I rarely get an Initial Impression, and definitely no sales. How is it that I can write interesting enough content to get my links clicked, yet score no purchases once they get to the sales page?

Any insight would be appreciated.

Thanks guys.
#clarity #clickbank #hops
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  • Profile picture of the author Monetize
    I cannot give clarity about anything, but that's
    a lot of click-throughs for no sales, and I would
    be suspicious as well.

    What's on the sales page. Is the seller collecting
    email addresses? If so, I would avoid that type
    of setup, and I would probably contact CB staff
    if you are being cheated out of your sales.

    Find high gravity products where your links will
    go directly to a sales page, one that has a buy
    button right there.

    You might need to re-do your content, but you
    are definitely onto something if you are getting
    that much traffic, you just need to fine-tune your
    formula so you start earning commissions.

    Keep going and don't give up.
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    Well it depends on what type of traffic you have ,if its targeted then you should expect to get 1 sale
    But if the traffic its not targeted you can have 1k hops and no sales ,its something normal
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Originally Posted by Cade21 View Post

    I'm wondering if anyone can give me some clarity on my ClickBank account. Each week my stats show 600-700 Hops, yet I rarely get an Initial Impression, and definitely no sales. How is it that I can write interesting enough content to get my links clicked, yet score no purchases once they get to the sales page?

    Any insight would be appreciated.

    Thanks guys.
    If you're getting 600-700 hops (CLICKS) and no sales, that means that the traffic source is not good.

    The cool thing about promoting CB offers is that you can create a custom link for any traffic source you are going to buy traffic from and see its results.

    If you buy from 10 different traffic places, you can see the winners and get rid of the losers.
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  • Profile picture of the author NicheNirvana
    There are a few reasons...

    - The traffic is not targeted enough to the product / offer so they aren't interested as it doesn't solve their problem.

    - The sales page / offer has a low to non existent conversion rate because it's badly optimized.

    - Whatever you're writing to get them to make the click doesn't tie in or materialize once they reach the sales page (i.e. they don't feel like whatever was promised to them actually ends up being offered)
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  • Take a look at your traffic sources. 600-700 hops is alot. Are these clicks from an email campaign, clicks from blog posts, or clicks from direct linking? And where is your traffic coming from? Plus demographics of the traffic?
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  • Profile picture of the author Awais_Afzal1
    Seems like you are targeting low quality traffic. I will suggest you to write a Professional Unique Content and do proper SEO and also do integrate Google Analytics along with events and try to figure how your audience is interacting with content. With proper investigation you might be able to figure what is going on with your traffic and why you are not getting sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author TobiMDD
    If you are using cold traffic and therefore there is absolutely no know like and trust factor between you as the seller and your audience involved it is no wonder that you are not getting sales.


    Think about your offer and the way you are presenting it. Would you buy it yourself if you were the one seeing it on the internet? If not, then its time to improve things
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  • Profile picture of the author oppyeaunome
    Yeah you may need to get back to the drawing boards in terms of your traffic source. If you're buying traffic stop paying for it immediately because obviously it's just bot traffic.

    Try changing the traffic source and see how that helps your sales. Definitely though there is something wrong with the type of traffic coming to your pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author Haroon Ballim
    How are you driving the traffic to your content ?
    If you are buying traffic , is the seller supplying real traffic or Bot traffic

    There are tools out there that help analyse the traffic you are getting .
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