Clickbank and Bing Ads

by darcod
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Anyone having luck with selling ClickBank products using Bing Ads?

What is the best way to go about this? Currently I am direct linking to vendors sales page, but am working on creating a landing page, offering free content, grabbing their email, and sending them a series of emails with products in that niche.

Can anyone enlighten me and, give me some info? I am new to internet marketing, and could use all the info I can get.

Thank you!

#ads #bing #clickbank
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  • Profile picture of the author Coby
    I haven't tried direct linking to sales pages but I do use Bing to send traffic to a squeeze page. I think Bing is one of the more overlooked and underrated sources of traffic.

    I think your idea of creating a landing page and offering some content and capturing emails is a smart approach.

    Good luck!

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  • Profile picture of the author Mabu Map
    You can not win in that battle if you only use direct linking.

    A landing page is a must have. The free report should relate with the product that you

    are trying to sell. Use longtail keywords.

    Continuely optimize is neccessary.

    I hope you get sales from bing like i did
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  • Profile picture of the author oppyeaunome
    This was something that I wanted to get into some time back. It sounds easy in theory, but it's a lot harder than you think.

    Direct linking is one way to lose money than if you just took the time to build out a landing page or blog. Direct linking is the easy way to do it, but you would be able to make a lot more money if you built out a website and directed your traffic to that site.

    Warm people up to your offer and then sell them. Doing this will help you to get more bang for your buck.
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  • Profile picture of the author attan
    If you have the budget direct linking is mainly to see what keywords and if the offer converts ,

    other than that you're wasting your money.

    Build a squeeze page with a free report and you'll have more chances to promote.

    Tip: make sure you have a privacy policy, terms and disclosure pages in place. No exit pops.
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  • Profile picture of the author Elizabethlim
    Hi , you can also buy SoloAds clicks in your niche and using Squeeze Page to collect your leads..
    Money On Demand by Ewen Chia
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  • Profile picture of the author Doan Chi Tin
    You may lose a lot of money on ads.... Never send traffic directly to the sale page.

    You need to set-up a good sales funnel if you really want to take profit with your affiliate product.

    Here is the process:

    Traffic (free or paid) ==> Landing page ==> Give them value through email marketing ==> Offer ==> Keep it going.

    This strategy is really simple but you need to take a lot of action.

    I hope it helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Marcell
    It's generally a bad idea to direct link to your affiliate URL on traffic platforms.

    Some may even ban you because of this.

    The new marketing strategy that you have is a solid plan. Collecting email addresses so that you can continue to market to your leads over and over again is how you create repeat buyers.

    And ALL real businesses should have repeat buyers.

    I would also recommend that you select products that have a back-end so that you can actually make a decent income from your efforts.

    If your sales funnel is set-up correctly, it should go something like this:

    1.) Offer a trip wire product ($1 - 10).

    2.) Promote the core product (Usually around $37 - $97)

    3.) have a higher tier product on the back-end (Can be $300 and up)

    Having a sales funnel in place like this will maximize your earnings potential instead of hustling your butt off to earn pennies for your hard work.

    I promote the trip-wire offer as soon as a someone lands on my thank you page. Then I promote the core product after about a week.

    This allows me to build a relationship with my leads before selling them a higher priced product.

    Then the core product upsells them on additional programs they may be interested in. This is how I do it and how I'm able to see a good return on my ad spend.

    Even though your new, I would say that you generally have the right idea though.

    Your a fast learner... I see you going places if you don't give up!
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