High Vs. Low Priced Clickbank Products?

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I am in the process of determining some new Clickbank products to market. I'm trying to get the highest priced items possible that hopefully still have a good conversion ratio.

For some reason in the past I did not have good results with products that were selling in the $97.00 and over range. However, in saying that, I know that there must be good converting products out there in that range.

Just interested to see what price range other affiliate marketers have found that seems to be the best"bang for the buck".

Thanks for your help.

Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    • Profile picture of the author MarkH45
      Originally Posted by alexa_s View Post

      I look at it more in terms of "$ earned per sale" than "selling price". Other things being equal, I'd much rather promote a $67 item with 75% commission than a $97 item with 50% commission.

      "Most bang for your (marketing) buck" can come from lower-priced items, though, too.
      This is my theory also, I always search by % earned/sale
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  • Profile picture of the author AskStevenSmith
    I completely agree with you there. I definitely also look for high commission products. Alexa, have you had much luck selling items over $67.00?
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  • As long as I make $30+, I am happy. However, there are high priced products in the FOREX niche that convert well, and have high commissions. You can find a few at clickbank.

    This might seem weird, but it takes the same amount of effort to make a sale of $97 as takes to make a sale of $27.
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  • Profile picture of the author AskStevenSmith
    Thanks Charles for that response. I'm trying to figure out if the conversions are the same or close to the same for the higher priced items and then obviously promote those.

    You are absolutely right that the work is the same. I guess I'm looking for the same thing every other marketer is. High payout+Good Conversions

    Steve
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    • Originally Posted by AskStevenSmith View Post

      Thanks Charles for that response. I'm trying to figure out if the conversions are the same or close to the same for the higher priced items and then obviously promote those.

      You are absolutely right that the work is the same. I guess I'm looking for the same thing every other marketer is. High payout+Good Conversions

      Steve
      The conversions dont have to be the same
      You can sell one product for $97, but you would have to sell 4-5 $27 products to get to that same total. You can sell less of the expensive item and still be OK.

      Thinking that way:

      You could find a product that pays a commission of $27 that converted at 1:20 and make $135 in 100 HOPS.

      Or, you can find a product with a $77 commsion that converted at 1:30 and make $231 in 100 HOPS. Sure, your conversions were less, and you sold fewer items, but you still made more money.
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  • Profile picture of the author Poglia
    If the price is high the product won't sell well, because people don't want to spend a lot of money. If it's low the produc will sell easily, but you will make less money.

    Medium price is the way. Try to promote something that costs around $40-50 with 50-75% commissions.
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  • Profile picture of the author AskStevenSmith
    Thanks Poglia, I think that is the price range I will focus on. I have done alright in the past with $47.00 and getting 75%. That's a pretty good payout to boot.

    Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    I go with a "throw spaghetti at the wall" approach. I try all of it. You'd be surprised at what converts and what doesn't. If something sticks, then keep it going. If it doesn't work out, move on.
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  • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
    I'd be more interested in ensuring that I am providing a quality product..

    I can work on the marketing to limit the damage of bad copy writing, but you'll never market your way out of a bad reputation if you try to sell any products based solely on the price/commission.

    Peace

    Jay

    p.s. It takes the EXACT same amount of effort to sell a $37 product as it does to sell a $3,700 product... You just need to target the right section of your niche..
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    Bare Murkage.........

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    • Profile picture of the author garyv
      Originally Posted by JayXtreme View Post

      I'd be more interested in ensuring that I am providing a quality product..

      I can work on the marketing to limit the damage of bad copy writing, but you'll never market your way out of a bad reputation if you try to sell any products based solely on the price/commission.

      Peace

      Jay

      p.s. It takes the EXACT same amount of effort to sell a $37 product as it does to sell a $3,700 product... You just need to target the right section of your niche..
      Very good point.
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  • Profile picture of the author AskStevenSmith
    Thanks for all of these very spot on comments. This has definitely been helpful to how I will approach looking for the next products to promote.

    Steve
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