what's the best fitness product on click bank?

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Any ideas from those click bank experts.
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  • Profile picture of the author ED1190
    Venus Factor is the top one.
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  • Profile picture of the author myob
    IMO, it's the MP6 Training Program by John Hansen. I don't think there are many affiliates promoting it anymore, although I was using it mostly for listbuilding in the body building niche. They generally spend a whole lotta money on equipment, supplements, books, and ancillary products.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jackson Tan
    I have heard many other have success with promoting Venus Factor. not sure about MP6 ... currently trying just set up a campaign to promote a fitness product.. shall see how it goes..
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  • Profile picture of the author zdebx
    Agreed, generally a high gravity means a product is doing well, so yeah, Venus Factor having 300+ gravity tells you quite a lot about it...

    However, don't ignore other stuff, such as The 3 Week Diet or The Efactor Diet...They all look very similar to each other, so looks like they are following the same "formula".
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  • Profile picture of the author emptee
    Gravity.. one of the worst metrics available to affiliates.. ever!

    IMO, gravity is much better at measuring the vendors ability to market to affiliates, not earnings potential of the product.

    Some products convert like wildfire, but only have a few affiliates promoting.. these have low gravity..

    Other products have affiliate managers actively finding affiliates, pushing the gravity up a touch.. after a while it goes a bit viral as everyone tries to jump on the same product.. obviously, these have high gravity...

    Remember, gravity is a measure of how many individual affiliates have made a sale recently.. Not CR, not EPC.. see the issue?

    Cheers,
    Michael
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    • Profile picture of the author Devilfish168
      Originally Posted by emptee View Post

      Gravity.. one of the worst metrics available to affiliates.. ever!

      IMO, gravity is much better at measuring the vendors ability to market to affiliates, not earnings potential of the product.

      Some products convert like wildfire, but only have a few affiliates promoting.. these have low gravity..

      Other products have affiliate managers actively finding affiliates, pushing the gravity up a touch.. after a while it goes a bit viral as everyone tries to jump on the same product.. obviously, these have high gravity...

      Remember, gravity is a measure of how many individual affiliates have made a sale recently.. Not CR, not EPC.. see the issue?

      Cheers,
      Michael
      actually I spot some low gravity but they put NA means?
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    • Profile picture of the author zdebx
      Originally Posted by emptee View Post

      Gravity.. one of the worst metrics available to affiliates.. ever!

      IMO, gravity is much better at measuring the vendors ability to market to affiliates, not earnings potential of the product.

      Some products convert like wildfire, but only have a few affiliates promoting.. these have low gravity..

      Other products have affiliate managers actively finding affiliates, pushing the gravity up a touch.. after a while it goes a bit viral as everyone tries to jump on the same product.. obviously, these have high gravity...

      Remember, gravity is a measure of how many individual affiliates have made a sale recently.. Not CR, not EPC.. see the issue?

      Cheers,
      Michael
      You are right about the fact that low gravity products could be making thousands from just a few affiliates, but let's face it, that's rarely the case, right?

      On the other hand, when you've got a product with 300 gravity, that means 300 affiliates have made AT LEAST 1 sale in the last 60 days, so that says quite a lot....

      If it was a rubbish product, then it would have dropped off the top of the marketplace long time ago. However, if it's still there, then it must be selling well.
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  • Profile picture of the author winnermarketing
    there are many good products.
    Search products with good conversion rate.
    you should make some tests instead ask what s the best
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  • Profile picture of the author AndrewAdamSmith
    I made quite a few sales from the Paleo diet ebooks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Big Al
    I guess it depends on who you're targeting and how you position the product with who ever you're selling it too.

    Guys, girls...

    Weight loss, muscle building...

    Some people want information, some want supplements and some want specific programs that hold them by the hand for (say) 12 weeks.

    I know Tom Venuto's real book is really good and the information he's given on podcasts has always been really good too... so I'd imagine his Clickbank products are good too.

    I've heard the Adonis Ratio and Venus Factor talked about a lot.

    Mike Geary has always done well too.
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  • Profile picture of the author simonmks
    you are quite right zdebx , If it was a rubbish product, then it would have dropped off the top of the marketplace long time ago ...
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    • Profile picture of the author Devilfish168
      I noticed some health products..

      I check my hop ...got people sign ..up but no sales...

      indirectly they sign up ...will get follow up which under my affiliate id?

      or the owner ownself?
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