Best Way to Approach ClickBank Clients?
Aspiring Claude Hopkins here, trying to land my first real client.
I've done a few "copywriting" jobs on elance but the clients were morons who didn't even test the copy to see if it converted. So while I'm confident in my knowledge and skills, I'm unproven.
It's time to remedy that. My plan is to approach a few mid-level vendors on ClickBank whose products I like, and offer to re-write their sales pages.
My question is...if you were in my shoes (no portfolio, or testimonials), how would you structure the offer?
Compensation entirely on the back-end? Small retainer upfront? Percentage of sales? Percentage of increase in sales?
While I'm doing this mainly to have a raving review to build off, I don't work for free. And I think it's only fair that the client have some skin in the game too.
Thanks for the help,
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