where should i put this content. going mad over it.

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Hello,

I have a site that I use for a specific clickbank product in the fitness niche.
There are many like it (it is a diet book) and it is apparently a best seller on CB although i do not get the traffic i need to see crazy conversions.

Anyhow, that site (am i allowed to do this?) is 3 Week Diet Review - Real Fat Loss or Scam? and i have some content there, a squeeze page etc.

I also have Steven Campbell Fitness - Join The Self Betterment Alliance which doesnt get a LOT of traffic but does get google organic searches.

what i want to do...

I want to cover more diet reviews, of which most have affiliate programs. i want to write GOOD articles/content on them and content market that way.

i am asking where should i put this content

So do i put these reviews on the site dedicated to that ONE product review? or do i put it on my general fitness site that already gets traffic?

You see why i am worried about putting it on the main site vs the niche site. If i get a niche visitor looking for just that book, do i muddy the sale waters with another 2-3+ choices on the diet they should choose?

I hope i am not... crazy.
Thanks everyone.
#content #mad #put
  • Profile picture of the author SMworkcafe
    Originally Posted by stevenjcampbell View Post

    Hello,

    I have a site that I use for a specific clickbank product in the fitness niche.
    There are many like it (it is a diet book) and it is apparently a best seller on CB although i do not get the traffic i need to see crazy conversions.

    Anyhow, that site (am i allowed to do this?) is 3 Week Diet Review - Real Fat Loss or Scam? and i have some content there, a squeeze page etc.

    I also have Steven Campbell Fitness - Join The Self Betterment Alliance which doesnt get a LOT of traffic but does get google organic searches.

    what i want to do...

    I want to cover more diet reviews, of which most have affiliate programs. i want to write GOOD articles/content on them and content market that way.

    i am asking where should i put this content

    So do i put these reviews on the site dedicated to that ONE product review? or do i put it on my general fitness site that already gets traffic?

    You see why i am worried about putting it on the main site vs the niche site. If i get a niche visitor looking for just that book, do i muddy the sale waters with another 2-3+ choices on the diet they should choose?

    I hope i am not... crazy.
    Thanks everyone.
    If you want to promote and do that product good justice, I would be putting the product on the Steven Campbell Fitness - Join The Self Betterment Alliance website and create a new squeeze page and a landing page. Write reviews and send traffic to it.

    If you want the 3 Week Diet Review - Real Fat Loss or Scam audience to have a look at it too, send them a special offer promotional e-mail letting them know about this product and how it made difference to other people. Add review links within the e-mail as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author stevenjcampbell
      Originally Posted by SMworkcafe View Post

      If you want to promote and do that product good justice, I would be putting the product on the Steven Campbell Fitness - Join The Self Betterment Alliance website and create a new squeeze page and a landing page. Write reviews and send traffic to it.

      If you want the 3 Week Diet Review - Real Fat Loss or Scam audience to have a look at it too, send them a special offer promotional e-mail letting them know about this product and how it made difference to other people. Add review links within the e-mail as well.
      Okay, that is good. I appreciate that. I know how bad cloning content is, and I am not into writing the same stuff over and over again. I have yet to cover the 3 week diet on that page, but started reviewing physical fitness products with the intent of doing digital info products on the steven campbell fitness page too.

      I have yet to get many signups from the 3 week page (only two in the first week) so i will definitely start to cross market to them too, I can just integrate that stuff into the autoresponder sequence i suppose.
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      • Profile picture of the author Andre Slater
        When I go to your site I don't understand it what is the target?

        Who is Steven Campbell? Why should I listen to you?

        How does this site benefit me?

        Sounds like you just threw up a site to pitch products no value to me...

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        That was my first impressions

        I would focus on either YOU or the People in your niche and helping to solve their problems.

        Its not about the product you promote its about the person who buys it...
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        • Profile picture of the author stevenjcampbell
          Originally Posted by Andre Slater View Post

          When I go to your site I don't understand it what is the target?

          Who is Steven Campbell? Why should I listen to you?

          How does this site benefit me?

          Sounds like you just threw up a site to pitch products no value to me...

          -----

          That was my first impressions

          I would focus on either YOU or the People in your niche and helping to solve their problems.

          Its not about the product you promote its about the person who buys it...
          Mind open and blown. I need to define my niche and audience. Awesome advice.
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    You should create a series of review blog posts on your blog.

    I strongly encourage that.

    Put as much content as possible on your blog that's highly targeted to your niche.

    Be very careful regarding the titles of your blogposts, though.

    While they must be clear regarding the products they're reviewing, you should also massage in there target keywords.

    Understand that the key to successful content marketing is to get as many streams of inbound traffic as possible by being careful with your keywords.

    This is your way of ensuring that you would get at least some level of search engine traffic.

    The next step would be to reach out to different fitness and weight loss blogs, and contribute content.

    This can take the form of contributed web articles or guest posts.

    Whatever you do, contribute value.

    An infographic is a great example of contributed content.

    The key here is to get your brand in front of the eyeballs of many people in different specific places on the internet.

    Ideally these people would click through and land on your review page.

    Their responses would contribute content that builds up your credibility.

    Your blog shouldn't be a shameless ad.

    It shouldn't be all about you.

    Instead, it should be focused on actually helping the reader with serious health and fitness issues.
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    • Profile picture of the author stevenjcampbell
      Originally Posted by icoachu View Post

      You should create a series of review blog posts on your blog.

      I strongly encourage that.

      Put as much content as possible on your blog that's highly targeted to your niche.

      Be very careful regarding the titles of your blogposts, though.

      While they must be clear regarding the products they're reviewing, you should also massage in there target keywords.

      Understand that the key to successful content marketing is to get as many streams of inbound traffic as possible by being careful with your keywords.

      This is your way of ensuring that you would get at least some level of search engine traffic.

      The next step would be to reach out to different fitness and weight loss blogs, and contribute content.

      This can take the form of contributed web articles or guest posts.

      Whatever you do, contribute value.

      An infographic is a great example of contributed content.

      The key here is to get your brand in front of the eyeballs of many people in different specific places on the internet.

      Ideally these people would click through and land on your review page.

      Their responses would contribute content that builds up your credibility.

      Your blog shouldn't be a shameless ad.

      It shouldn't be all about you.

      Instead, it should be focused on actually helping the reader with serious health and fitness issues.
      Can I click thanks ten times?
      I'm trying to write a personal blog there at least 4 or 5 times a week as well as starting to do these reviews. I need a ton of content.

      Last night I started an ezine articles account and published my first review.

      I also have a deal where I can guest post on a fitness based authority site that is a pagerank of 3 which is way better than I've ever had.

      I post all my articles on google plus, and if it's really great I post on reddit.

      I keep looking for wso or other sources to teach me some good headline rules that aren't clickbait.

      It's been harder than I thought but my end goal is a six figure income so that I may live my families dream.
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