Frequent Posts For Affiliate Products

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I just need some suggestions regarding frequent posting on my blog. Say you choose about 1 - 4 good, popular products you find on Clickbank. Writing a review on each product is not a problem. Except, how do you continue to write review blogs on the same products if you want buyers?
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by masterweb View Post

    Except, how do you continue to write review blogs on the same products if you want buyers?
    I think one answer is that you can continually update your site with "other information", i.e. articles rather than reviews per se. As you say, there's a limit to how many reviews you can write of a product.

    You can, however, write around the subject/problem/issue which the particular product addresses, as a form of "pre-selling". The key concept is that "pre-selling" isn't "selling".

    There are SEO benefits, as well as visitor benefits, in doing so.
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  • Profile picture of the author dilnaj
    You could outsource your work using Elance or oDesk. Maybe send them the affiliate product for free(legality issues I'm not sure) and have them skim it/read it and write a review on it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Barry Unruh
    Originally Posted by masterweb View Post

    I just need some suggestions regarding frequent posting on my blog. Say you choose about 1 - 4 good, popular products you find on Clickbank. Writing a review on each product is not a problem. Except, how do you continue to write review blogs on the same products if you want buyers?
    The product reviews can be your closing posts. The ones which convert your readers into buyers.

    In most cases my other posts are designed to inform, excite, irritate, or enrage people about their condition. This would be true if it was a money making niche, weight loss, dating, acne treatment, etc...

    I usually separate my two styles of "posts" into different areas. My blog posts which are designed to draw traffic and interest are in the actual blog. My articles/posts/pages which are designed as either reviews/landing pages/squeeze pages etc.. are a static page in my blog. I even vary the layout with the article area looking like a traditional blog, with the "purpose" pages being single column with almost no distractions.

    The informative posts push people into my "purpose" pages.

    This gives you the freedom to escape only writing reviews and start writing posts which are fun, humorous, opinionated, angry, informative, educating...but always about the underlying benefits of why they should want the products you are reviewing. (Not features, BENEFITS)


    That is one way to do it....

    Barry

    P.S. Dang it....That Alexa girl can type fast..
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