It's great to see so many people adding such tremendous value the IM community, so I thought I'd scoop some up...and give some back of course!
I was hoping anyone who's had some results with article marketing could lend me some advice.
I've recently started an article marketing campaign in a niche that I think is pretty profitable. The product's landing page looks great, and the vendor claims that it converts 1 out of every 36-40 visitors or so.
Here are my results so far...
I've written 11 articles which has accumulated 399 total views, with 270 clicks, for a 67.7% CTR.
With 270 targeted visitors hitting my landing page and not a single sale made, according to your knowledge and experience what do you think my problem is....?
A.) Bad product on my hands
B.) Bad landing page
C.) Just not enough traffic to start converting
I'm using a blogger landing page to pre-sell the product while also offering a product review. I've got an opt-in offering a free report as well which has only captured 7 opt-ins.
Of the 270 visitors that landed on my site, 100 of them have click through the affiliate link on to the product sales page.
I don't at all mind putting in the work to produce articles day after day, but I've never quite done article marketing before, so before I plunge in head first I'd like to hear what your conversions are like when it comes to article marketing - if you are willing to share.
I'm aware this varies from niche to niche, but any thoughts would be helpful. Also share if you feel redirecting the traffic straight from the article to the product sales page is a good idea.