250 hops last 30 days but no sales...

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what am I doing wrong? I'm thinking it might be my call to action which might be too weak.

can anyone advise me?
#250 #days #hops #sales
  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Burritt
    What is it? Do you have your own salespage? Or are you sending clicks to another product?
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  • Profile picture of the author Omarkenawy
    It depends on where you put your links. Sure you need to vary your advertising strategies to get better results in less time as soon as possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    For me 250 hops wouldn't really enough to gauge anything.. imo.

    But if you feel that it is, maybe look at your traffic sources and see how targeted it is?
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  • Profile picture of the author shaunybb
    Hey can we see the page or have more information then we can guide you!
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by mockupsguy View Post

    what am I doing wrong? I'm thinking it might be my call to action which might be too weak.

    can anyone advise me?
    It's hard to tell. Can you share more details?
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  • Profile picture of the author JeffNormand
    Could be soooo many things: Copy sucks, product sucks, funnel sucks, price sucks, etc... Give us more details and we can help further!
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  • Profile picture of the author Trey Morgan
    It could be the copy or maybe the traffic is random and not targeted. It would be best to give us more specifics on the niche, traffic source, etc...
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  • Profile picture of the author ezplr
    If it's your own sales page, then it's likely that the copy is very bad. Even if your product is rock solid, but you have bad sales copy then you're not going to really sell anything, especially if your selling fairly high-ticket products where people contemplate before they make a purchase.
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  • Profile picture of the author imran20
    Review your work again and again then find fault in your work.
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  • Profile picture of the author ydsimple
    If you are just sending traffic directly to offer you will need more hops to see results. If you wanna get more conversions from your hops than you wanna create presell page or squeeze page, to warm up traffic and then send them to offer. Hope this will help you!
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  • Here are a few key pointers:

    1. CLICKBANK allows you to track 'order form clicks'.. meaning how many people have seen the order form.. are you hops turning into order form clicks?

    2. Are you building your own list and following up? - Often it takes multiple sales page views for someone to buy a product.. I recommend you build your list and followup to get people to buy more

    3. Traffic quality! - This is critical! - You can send a million people to a webpage and not get sales if you are targeting the wrong people. Is the target audience aligned?

    4. Keep sending clicks..
    higher priced offers take more UC (Unique Clicks) to convert.. keep testing.

    Hope this helps
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  • Profile picture of the author PLR Basket
    If you're sending the link directly to the Clickbank product, it could be that the seller's sales page is designed to catch emails rather than closing sales.
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    • Profile picture of the author aizaku
      Originally Posted by PLR Basket View Post

      If you're sending the link directly to the Clickbank product, it could be that the seller's sales page is designed to catch emails rather than closing sales.
      this is also true..

      Does the seller have overlay pop ups and if yes, does your credit carryover if that lead converts?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sitestomp
    250 isn't enough to draw any kind of conclusion. Also, without seeing your page, all we can do is provide generic tips. It could be any number of issues.
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    I guess the OP doesn't want an answer or help. Probably just a one time drive- by to do some "pumping" in one way or the other
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  • Profile picture of the author Pradeep Bhagwat
    You have got many solutions to your problem above, but I think some products sells well in certain period of years. like weight loss products sold well in November, December, January, February. Why? Because people tend to make new resolution to lose weight in the end or beginning of year. That is so simple. I don't know which product you are promoting. So, keep my words in back of your mind, while promoting it. Don't get disappointed. Try hard and you will get success.

    - Pradeep
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    Where is the traffic coming from and are you optimizing your campaigns with small changes? If your dealing with social media for example and if your using free it can take a lot. These people are not in the buying mindset at the point. Something like PPC with google or bing is a lot more targeted because you are putting your offer in front of them at the exact moment they are looking for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author mockupsguy
    thanks for all the replies guys! sorry for the delay. ive been busy working on a new project. i really appreciate all your help guys. this is why I love this forum!
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  • Profile picture of the author mockupsguy
    thanks again everyone. ive decided to dump the project mentioned in my original post. too many things wrong with it. if anyone is curious, it was a website about language learning monetized with language learning affiliate offers from ClickBank (ie. Rocket French, etc...). The site was up for nearly a year with zero sales... I was linking directly from articles with low buyers intent to ClickBank products. I had to take a step back and rethink my entire strategy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Leli
    Keep in mind that 250 hops is not even 250 visitors as CB also counts bot traffic, which can account to 50+% of hops
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  • Profile picture of the author kazimuhith
    Dump what's not working and move on. Don't rely on one single stuff. Diversify your portfolio.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by mockupsguy View Post

    what am I doing wrong? I'm thinking it might be my call to action which might be too weak.

    can anyone advise me?


    Odds are you're sending traffic to a vendor sales page which sole purpose is to capture emails.

    Solution: Don't send traffic to a vendor sales page.
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  • Profile picture of the author Van Dam
    250 is too small a number to get worked up over. Think in a day how many people walk past a store front, glance at an offer and bypass it. Keep going anyway and it will eventually work out for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by Van Dam View Post

      250 is too small a number to get worked up over. Think in a day how many people walk past a store front, glance at an offer and bypass it. Keep going anyway and it will eventually work out for you.

      The 250 was spread out over 30 days. That's a decent data sample.

      Something is wrong for no sales in 30 days from 250 unique traffic/hops. Odds are OP is sending traffic to a CB vendor sales page and they're capturing the leads/emails (skimming).
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      • Profile picture of the author Zoe_21
        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        Odds are OP is sending traffic to a CB vendor sales page and they're capturing the leads/emails (skimming).
        Worse of the worse and so many of them too!

        Why allowed, only Clickbank can say!

        That said without more detailed info from OP, all we can do is play the guessing game
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        • Profile picture of the author pawandave
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          That is not surprised at all...everything depend on quality of traffic and niche you target. Suppose you target how to get tall product then it is not necessary that traffic is target audience...
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  • Profile picture of the author akikumar
    Could be soooo many things: Copy sucks, product sucks, funnel sucks, price sucks, etc... Give us more details and we can help further!
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by akikumar View Post

      Could be soooo many things: Copy sucks, product sucks, funnel sucks, price sucks, etc...


      If that was the case OP wouldn't have 250 hops/clicks.

      Assumes OP isn't advertising Lamborghini and selling Ford Pintos.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobuzz
    That's a decent amount of traffic that you sent. There can be different reasons why your traffic is not converting to sales, but main things are - the product itself and the audience that you are sending. If you can get this combination right, you don't need to worry about anything more.

    If you believe the traffic that you are sending is good, you can test with other product. And see the difference. If you are still not getting any sales; you need to look after the quality of traffic that you are sending to clickbank product.
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  • Profile picture of the author aizaku
    check the sales page,

    is it leaking?

    answer already,
    Ike
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  • Profile picture of the author mojo133
    If your Traffic is Viral or Non targeted or non buyer then this is ok...
    Try to getting targeted traffic
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  • Profile picture of the author mcwalker25
    What are you using for tracking?

    first of all: depending on the niche im in (and other factors) i wait between 300 - 500 hops.
    If no order form impression occurred at 150 hops, the offer is a dud.


    Are you leading them to your website? Crazegg can track clicks and help show which page is sending the traffic.

    If youre using ads then using a tracking software will help find out which ads/keywords are money eaters.

    Im taking a shot in the dark here, considering i dont have much info shared from you.

    But at the end of the day, you have to test the buying possibility of that audience. That means throwing down some money to see if its worth promoting the product, or even the niche.
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