I'd have over 48 niche marketing sites on ClickBank, PaydotCom and other marketplaces. Early this year, I applied squeeze pages as my homepage on almost 30 of the niche sites -- because my conversion increased when I tested it.
Basically, the function of the squeeze page is simple. To get prospects to subscribe, and then "warm" them up instead of cold-selling my products to them.
Unfortunately, last month, I got some complaints from about 20 affiliates saying that they are losing commissions because I put on a squeeze page. Now, I've always been protecting my affiliates and I didn't take away their commissions through some grey hat or black hat methods or whatever.
But the affiliates think that I'm trying to steal their commissions by using the squeeze page (i guess they are afraid that I might overwrite the prospects' browsers' cookies with my affiliate cookies).
Well, this is not a big problem for me. But I used to get about 1 or 2 new affiliates per day for each of my niche site but certain niche sites are not getting many affiliates any more because they are worried that I might steal their commission.
I recently did an interview with six ClickBank affiliates (whom are all making at least $5,000+) and they told me that they will not bother promoting a niche marketing site with squeeze page as the homepage.
What do you think guys? :confused: