Where I'am doing wrong?

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I had started, promoting clickbank products from previous month.

Written 25 articles and submitted into Ezine.

From 25 articles and one month passed after publish, still no sales.

I'am promoting guide of solar panels and windmills.

I'am completely newbie, please guide me with your experience
#iam #wrong
  • Profile picture of the author MurphSmurf
    Have you created link wheels?

    Have you posted on related forums, blog comments, Yahoo! Answers...

    Have you created backlinks to your articles?

    Have you used social bookmarking?

    There are lots of things you can do to increase your website's traffic and exposure... article marketing alone may not be enough.
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  • Profile picture of the author dedy
    Hi,

    I think you need to learn to promote the clickbank product not just from articles, have you conduct research about the topic?, there are many topics/products that profitable, why you choose solar panels and windmills?

    Regards

    Dedy
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  • Profile picture of the author Kris Turner
    Go and check your stats at Ezine Articles and see how many views and clicks your articles have had. That'll give a beter idea of where the process is going wrong.

    It might also be a good idea for you to try getting those 25 articles ranked higher, so that means getting backlinks to them. Or go and write some more articles and submit them to *other* article directories, and link them to your articles at EZA.
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  • Profile picture of the author FrontLineMentor
    Originally Posted by qualitycontent View Post

    I had started, promoting clickbank products from previous month.

    Written 25 articles and submitted into Ezine.

    From 25 articles and one month passed after publish, still no sales.

    I'am promoting guide of solar panels and windmills.

    I'am completely newbie, please guide me with your experience
    Any traffic from the articles?
    Maybe the salesletter is not converting?
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    • Profile picture of the author anth.elias
      "Have you created link wheels?"--now that's a new one.

      Did you do your keyword research first? what's your completion like?
      Did you use anchor tags in your article for the back link to your site? if you are sending them to a site?
      Are you redirecting to a the CB sales page, where is your traffic going?
      Are you tracking your traffic and hop links?
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      • Profile picture of the author fxmmorale
        Perhaps you might want to spend more time talking about how much natural gas costs or oil heat. You could even talk about the problems people encounter with utility bills skyrocketing while dealing with low wage employment to give a reason for someone to consider a reason to use the earth for energy.

        Press on the pain of homeowners to cut heating and air conditioning costs while they fight to pay their mortgage at the same time.

        Solar panels and windmills may not be an exciting subject in and of itself, but if you can build a strong enough reason for someone to click through to check out your site, you might have a better chance of converting your visitors into buyers.

        Let the sales page do the selling.


        Wishing you much success,
        Nando
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Stigson
    This is why many people fail. They expect too much from too little. I know, 25 articles can feel like a lot, but it's not a guarantee for any sales. If you don't like them up with other web 2.0 properties, and also target a "good niche" I've never heard of solar panels and windmills, so it might not be selling.

    * What's the gravity of the product?
    * What's the view count on your articles?
    * How many searchers per month is there for this niche?
    * What keywords are you targeting etc.

    There are many factors that make the sales.

    - Chris
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  • Profile picture of the author michaelsmale
    You definitely need to track the traffic on your site, then you can get a conversion ratio once you start getting sales. Have faith, that will come with traffic.

    Once you've got the analytical ability to track links, your host might have this ability native, otherwise look in to Google Analytics (that's what I use, its free and totally rocks) then maybe go for some PPC traffic. You can get plenty of traffic doing this and use it to test your sales letter. Don't keep doing the PPC unless it's profitable, but a couple of days should give you enough traffic to get you some ratios of hits to sales.
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