Your Experience With Low Gravity Products

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Low gravity clickbank products. Are you folks promoting them? There are lots of niches where the gravity is very low, is this worth it to. offer them to your list or have them on your blogs/sites?
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    • Profile picture of the author TheMagicShow
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      Yes - very successfully.

      They "surprisingly" often have much higher conversion-rates and far higher sales numbers than high gravity products.

      (It's not really surprising when you analyse in detail what gravity actually measures and how it works, but it surprises many people, I know).

      Thanks, for your input. Appreciated!
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  • Profile picture of the author John Alves
    Originally Posted by Magic Mel View Post

    Low gravity clickbank products. Are you folks promoting them? There are lots of niches where the gravity is very low, is this worth it to. offer them to your list or have them on your blogs/sites?
    There's nothing wrong with promoting low gravity products. I promote them all the time, but they have to be quality products. Most products have low gravity, and the majority of them are close to zero.

    I usually buy the product if I think it has a chance to make money, and then I see if it's worth it. If I don't feel customers would like it, I get a refund for it and don't promote it. Then I move on. There's no reason why the gravity should matter. You can get a refund within 60 days on clickbank, so you aren't taking a risk.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheMagicShow
      Originally Posted by John Alves View Post

      There's nothing wrong with promoting low gravity products. I promote them all the time, but they have to be quality products. Most products have low gravity, and the majority of them are close to zero.

      I usually buy the product if I think it has a chance to make money, and then I see if it's worth it. If I don't feel customers would like it, I get a refund for it and don't promote it. Then I move on. There's no reason why the gravity should matter. You can get a refund within 60 days on clickbank, so you aren't taking a risk.
      I wouldn't offer products, that have no quality and are useless. Thanks for your input.
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  • Profile picture of the author jaxrefinance
    Low gravity means that conversion rate is low, and low sales number.

    Someone made those high gravity products become high gravity. If not on the first evaluation, than later.

    Some may be bad products, but most likely they are just undiscovered. It's a risk however to try something like that.
    I wouldn't do it until I have a steady income.
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      • Profile picture of the author TheMagicShow
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        Not at all - it means neither of those things.

        There are products with gravities of 100+ of which a large number of affiliates have each made one or two sales each before abandoning them because the conversion-rate sucks (and the gravities of these badly-selling, low-conversion, high-gravity products always continue to rise more and more, simply because large numbers of affiliates who know no better are attracted by the high gravity), while other products with gravities in single figures may be selling many thousands of copies. No hyperbole here, or "quoting exceptions" - this really isn't uncommon at all. Contrary to what some believe, there's no real correlation between gravity and sales numbers.

        And there's absolutely no correlation at all between gravity and conversion rates.

        You might like to read this thread.

        "The gravity trap" is explained and discussed in more detail, with illustrative examples, in this post, this post and this post.

        This little thread may also interest you.
        Real good, stuff! I'm gonna test both High and Low gravity products and I'll share my results later on....
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