Your Blog > Affiliate Page (or) Your Blog > Pre-sell Page > Affliate Page ??

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Hello Warriors

I've been having this doubt for a long time, though I really don't worry as I'm mainly into promoting amazon and adsense stuff.

But recently, I wanted to do some clickbank promotions too and decided to put up a blog. But I have the same doubt now.

Should I put my blog and send visitors to the affiliate site directly? or should I send them to a pre-sell page and then send them to affiliate site via the pre-sell page.

I want to know which works better from your previous experiences. I'm gonna try both too, but your opinions will definitely help me and many others
#> #affiliate #affliate #blog #page #presell
  • Profile picture of the author NeilC
    Generally the less actions a visitor has to make the better conversion will be just as long that your sales copy, review, or other content is good.

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  • Profile picture of the author Margo Tuul
    If you set up your blog, send them directly. I don't think you are a great copywriter who can write presell content. Also when you are writing your blog post, don't sell there. People hate this. Recommend.

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  • Profile picture of the author pyles
    Try and see what works for each product. Have a fallback page if your blog isn't working, etc. It will be different for each product and depend how much the product page tells about the product and how well it talks about the product.
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