Promoting clickbank offers

by Norim
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Hello,

Is it possible to promote clickbank offers by buying ads in a related websites using buysellads.com?

I'm new to affiliate marketing and i thought this would be a great method to star with

Thanks
#clickbank #offers #promoting
  • Profile picture of the author elexmedia
    Yes of course. I've done it before.
    Just make sure you do research first about websites to advertise on.

    Pick website that have your targeted users, so you could get targeted traffic and the conversion could be higher. Also, calculate the CPC, so you still can make good profit.

    If you want to get higher conversion, send the traffic to squeeze page first and collect visitors emails.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jon Patrick
    It's certainly possible. Just be sure to use your money wisely and test things carefully before scaling up, as with any paid advertising.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Yeah you can, try it out and see if it's profitable. You may want to consider doing this as a VENDOR on Clickbank with your own product though so that you can get access to your customer's information on every sale you get.
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    • Profile picture of the author Norim
      Thank You all, really appreciate your replies.

      So here is what i think the process is:

      1- Chose a a clickbank product, say dog training tips ebook for example.
      2- Create a squeeze page for it.
      3- Go to buysellads.com, and search for related websites about dogs and dog training.
      4- Compare and choose between the best website or websites, buy your ad or ads, check the results and test more.

      Did i miss something?
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  • Profile picture of the author carlpicot
    It sounds good if you want to collect the prospect's email address on the squeeze page.

    Bear in mind that this may put them off carrying on to the actual product sales page but at least you have their email address to promote to if you can give them enough good content to keep them on your list.

    Hope this helps

    xxxxcarlxxxx
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    • Profile picture of the author Norim
      Thanks Carl, so do you think it would be better if I link directly to the vendor sales page?
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  • Profile picture of the author Elmar
    Norim,

    If you are new to this then linking directly to the sales page will be better for you. Driving traffic to a sqeeze page and capturing emails is more lucrative yet it requires a certain skill set like copy writing emails. Once you have income coming from direct linking you can start split testing traffic with a squeeze page.
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  • Profile picture of the author carlpicot
    I think that Elmar has answered your question for me thanks Nirin

    Yes, as Elmar has said, much better to begin with to go strait to vendors Sales Page then start putting in squeeze pages once you have got some revenue in and some experience behind you.

    Hope this helps

    xxxxcarlxxxx
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  • Profile picture of the author lovboa
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    It seems everything's been covered.

    I'll just warn you about which offers you choose to promote. I wanted to promote a product that I found the other day, but the first page is an email opt-in page. Then it leads to the sales page. As an affiliate, you have to decide what the vendor's main priority is. The sales page was poorly done and not a lot of thought went into it. I entered my real email and I got offered with the product twice in the last day. Both lead to a different sales page with a special offer.
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    • Profile picture of the author Norim
      Thank You all so much, and thank you Elmar, carlpicot and lovboa you have answered all my questions and more, really appreciated
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    • Profile picture of the author carlosterrazas
      Originally Posted by lovboa View Post

      It seems everything's been covered.

      I'll just warn you about which offers you choose to promote. I wanted to promote a product that I found the other day, but the first page is an email opt-in page. Then it leads to the sales page. As an affiliate, you have to decide what the vendor's main priority is. The sales page was poorly done and not a lot of thought went into it. I entered my real email and I got offered with the product twice in the last day. Both lead to a different sales page with a special offer.
      Hi everyone! Following on with lovboa's comment, I'm also starting and promoting clickbank products (using paid traffic) and this is a question I have.

      So far I just direct the traffic to the seller link, for some products the vendor has a email opt-in page and they re send email afterwards with my link on it, so i've making sales from those emails too.

      But not everyone dones that. The question is if I put a squeeze page to get the emails, should I direct the page afterwards to the same vendor's opt-in page or directly to the sales page.

      Or should I just direct traffic to my on opt-in page, get the email, give them a freebie and they email them the offer.

      Thanks guys
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      • Profile picture of the author cpweducator
        Part question: "But not everyone dones that. The question is if I put a squeeze page to get the emails, should I direct the page afterwards to the same vendor's opt-in page or directly to the sales page".

        I would direct the traffic to the vendors sales page. I direct it back to the vendors video sales page. after the video is viewed, if the subscriber wants to purchase, then the sales page asks for the email. But your main objective is to get the email so you can follow up with offers. I have done both ways though.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex The Lion
    Promoting Clickbank products is okay, but why not sell your own product? You get all of the profit and all of the leads, plus if it does really well, you can get other affiliates promoting it too.

    Check out my eBook service in my sig and start selling your own product.
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  • Profile picture of the author carlosterrazas
    Thanks cpweducator, I'll give it a try to see what results I have.
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  • Profile picture of the author julesw
    there's another newish network I had some luck with crankyads.com
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  • Profile picture of the author alliance
    I've had success with BuySellAds for my own products and as an affiliate. Thinking about trying crankyads, just waiting since they are just starting out.
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