Hooray, I'll give you a BLUEPRINT!!! Just Earned $100 from advertising on Twitter

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Hello Wonderful Warriors,

It's a great feeling when you don't expect something to materialize and then you see $100 in your account. This is the method I used > CB Product Truth about Abs > Got the CB link > Created a username relating to the niche > used the search facility to find people seeking to get great Abs e.g -http abs help > and just 'warmed up' saying how difficult it is to get great abs and how I did it > Add in your link with a fully user friendly message but no spamming > with some messages, I did not mention my link but had my free blogger url on my twitter account which took them to a landing page with that CB product. Please make sure you don't come across as spamming as your twitter account can be banned but be sensible and simply help people resolve their problems. That was it and made easy 100 bucks! It really works guys if you take action.

I need your help guys! What is the best WSO/ Youtube software or anything out there that will make me good consistent income with my $100 investment. I would be indebted for anything that you have tried and can highly/honestly recommend. Something that is fully workable and gets results.

Thank you Warriors
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanmilligan
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    Why don't you keep doing what you're doing if it is actually making you money?

    Scale it up and you could have yourself a nice little money maker there.
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Hey Ryan,

      I appreciate your advice and have taken note. I will obviously be implementing it every day but boredom soon sets in so I was looking for something else to add variety and make it interesting.


      Originally Posted by ryanmilligan View Post

      Why don't you keep doing what you're doing if it is actually making you money?

      Scale it up and you could have yourself a nice little money maker there.
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      • Profile picture of the author ryanmilligan
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        Originally Posted by Rossy WF Members Rock View Post

        Hey Ryan,

        I appreciate your advice and have taken note. I will obviously be implementing it every day but boredom soon sets in so I was looking for something else to add variety and make it interesting.
        Is it scalable though? That's what I was trying to say - why not try scale up a tried and tested method that you know will work, rather than buy a WSO that might not.

        Are you making the most you possibly can out of the method? Or could you be making more if you did more work or hired more peopel to do the work for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author ProServices
    It is definitely scalable e.g I just set other twitter accounts like 'FreeCreditRepair' ( username) and start searching for recent twitter messages relating to credit repair conversations and pitch my CPA/CB niche related offer.

    I like your idea of outsourcing and systemizing the whole process.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ken Leatherman
    The first thing that popped in my mind as I read your OP "Keep doing what you're doing instead of reinventing the wheel." Especially when you don't know if the reinvention of the wheel is going to work. Ryan hit it on the head; scale it up.

    Boredom is a fact of life when having to do the repetitive task in your own business. Your niche is an evergreen niche and will continue to be a money maker for years to come. Taking the $100 and reinvesting in your business deserves an "Atta Girl/Boy".

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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Good advice Ken and your right about boredom being part of life. I would obviously do this task daily and scale it up but just wanted another insurance policy so that I would earn some back money income stream. Cheers

      Originally Posted by Ken Leatherman View Post

      The first thing that popped in my mind as I read your OP "Keep doing what you're doing instead of reinventing the wheel." Especially when you don't know if the reinvention of the wheel is going to work. Ryan hit it on the head; scale it up.

      Boredom is a fact of life when having to do the repetitive task in your own business. Your niche is an evergreen niche and will continue to be a money maker for years to come. Taking the $100 and reinvesting in your business deserves an "Atta Girl/Boy".

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      • Profile picture of the author Ken Leatherman
        I understand the insurance policy thinking. However you may want to spend some time improving your knowledge on the abs workout and become the person more and more folks trust your knowledge and you.

        You should be able to build your "insurance policy" by staying in a closely related niche thus becoming the "authority' to trust. Focus is the key to scaling a campaign upward.

        That may well be your shiny object. Give it some thought.

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        P.S. Just read your below post and it looks like you are already ahead of my thinking. Go Get Em!
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        • Profile picture of the author ProServices
          Wow Ken, that is solid advice and I've noted it. Any chance of you being my Guru? Your the man!

          Originally Posted by Ken Leatherman View Post

          I understand the insurance policy thinking. However you may want to spend some time improving your knowledge on the abs workout and become the person more and more folks trust your knowledge and you.

          You should be able to build your "insurance policy" by staying in a closely related niche thus becoming the "authority' to trust. Focus is the key to scaling a campaign upward.

          That may well be your shiny object. Give it some thought.

          Ken


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          • Profile picture of the author Ken Leatherman
            Originally Posted by Rossy WF Members Rock View Post

            Wow Ken, that is solid advice and I've noted it. Any chance of you being my Guru? Your the man!
            Yes its true. I'm the man and there is no doubt in my little pea picking brain

            Unfortunately I'm not a good teacher as I don't have the patience that is needed. You can always shoot me a PM when you have a question and I'll do my best to help you.



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      • Profile picture of the author Tim_Carter
        A WSO as an insurance policy?

        Sorry but you need to rethink that one.
        Just because a WSO works for the seller (so they say) doesn't mean it will work for anyone else.

        You got the right advice from a couple of people.
        Scale it up, diarize it all and create your own manual with a video upsell.

        Then WSO through JVZoo (so you can sell on your own site with the same affiliate program).

        Having your own product is really life changing. Soon you get more ideas and create more products.

        Worked for me.

        (Just my nickels worth.)



        Originally Posted by Rossy WF Members Rock View Post

        Good advice Ken and your right about boredom being part of life. I would obviously do this task daily and scale it up but just wanted another insurance policy so that I would earn some back money income stream. Cheers
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        • Profile picture of the author ProServices
          Hey Tim,

          That is some great info. I especially like the bit about 'Diarize it all'. What a cool idea and product creation. I would only a create a product that worked and where I could add more value. I believe in ethics and wouldn't like to mislead or misfeed people in any way. So I would want to do more research, analyse the sales, add other methods, test it out with family and friends, then release a WSO.

          I just wish some of the WSO went through that regime for the benefit of all of us.

          Originally Posted by Tim_Carter View Post

          A WSO as an insurance policy?

          Sorry but you need to rethink that one.
          Just because a WSO works for the seller (so they say) doesn't mean it will work for anyone else.

          You got the right advice from a couple of people.
          Scale it up, diarize it all and create your own manual with a video upsell.

          Then WSO through JVZoo (so you can sell on your own site with the same affiliate program).

          Having your own product is really life changing. Soon you get more ideas and create more products.

          Worked for me.

          (Just my nickels worth.)
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  • Profile picture of the author Chri5123
    Originally Posted by Rossy WF Members Rock View Post

    Hello Wonderful Warriors,

    It's a great feeling when you don't expect something to materialize and then you see $100 in your account. This is the method I used > CB Product Truth about Abs > Got the CB link > Created a username relating to the niche > used the search facility to find people seeking to get great Abs e.g -http abs help > and just 'warmed up' saying how difficult it is to get great abs and how I did it > Add in your link with a fully user friendly message but no spamming > with some messages, I did not mention my link but had my free blogger url on my twitter account which took them to a landing page with that CB product. Please make sure you don't come across as spamming as your twitter account can be banned but be sensible and simply help people resolve their problems. That was it and made easy 100 bucks! It really works guys if you take action.

    I need your help guys! What is the best WSO/ Youtube software or anything out there that will make me good consistent income with my $100 investment. I would be indebted for anything that you have tried and can highly/honestly recommend. Something that is fully workable and gets results.

    Thank you Warriors
    Awesome work!

    I agree with others - if you can do that with Twitter - just scale it, some guest posting, Facebook etc...

    You have the right idea and are already finding targeted visitors!

    Keep going!
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Chris, thanks for the support

      Originally Posted by Chri5123 View Post

      Awesome work!

      I agree with others - if you can do that with Twitter - just scale it, some guest posting, Facebook etc...

      You have the right idea and are already finding targeted visitors!

      Keep going!
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas W
    sounds like you gotta a method,, why confuse it with another WSO .

    keep on sticking with it
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      I appreciate your good advice but maybe I'm dying to find that shiny object that will deliver big time

      Originally Posted by Thomas W View Post

      sounds like you gotta a method,, why confuse it with another WSO .

      keep on sticking with it
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  • Profile picture of the author Izerman
    Congrats!
    If I were you I'd just keep on scaling it up.

    /Izerman
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Cheers for the support.

      Originally Posted by Izerman View Post

      Congrats!
      If I were you I'd just keep on scaling it up.

      /Izerman
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark72
    Did you actually interact with these people before making the sale? If so, that could have made all the difference.

    Usually it's almost impossible to get people on twitter to buy a Clickbank product, but if they saw that you are a real person just trying to help then that's a different matter.

    I remember trying to do this (using a product-targeted account with aff link in the bio) by following and unfollowing people.

    I got quite a few clicks through my link to the product and lots of interest but 0 sales.
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Hi Mark, Good question. I do interact with people quite a lot and talking about other issues of interest. I'm very sociable and that helps. Some asked for my email id and then I wrote a comforting email helping them solve their problem and in my next email I added the pitch. Nothing forced but just a gentle nudge in the right direction. Some wanted the link via twitter. Remember when I write stuff on Twitter like ''WOW!!! I found this great strategy on getting great abs. I can see the results after 2 weeks. What do you guys think?'' Basically, it makes people think and start a conversation on that topic.

      The secret is to treat people with respect and offer quality. Remember the other key is that you are going after laser targeted audience in that niche. They desperately want help and you are providing it. It also helps to know about the product and become a Guru in that niche.

      I hope that helps

      Cheers

      Originally Posted by Mark72 View Post

      Did you actually interact with these people before making the sale? If so, that could have made all the difference.

      Usually it's almost impossible to get people on twitter to buy a Clickbank product, but if they saw that you are a real person just trying to help then that's a different matter.

      I remember trying to do this (using a product-targeted account with aff link in the bio) by following and unfollowing people.

      I got quite a few clicks through my link to the product and lots of interest but 0 sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author FIERCE IM
    Good for you

    Like they say here why not scale it, specially if you can automate the method. Don't think about getting bored if you can bank from that. In IM you need to be pragmatic if a metheod can make you some money scale it and go for it. that's it. Maybe when you will earn a lot you can think about getting bored..
    Anyway congrat!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Great inspiration Fierce. I appreciate your support

      Originally Posted by FIERCE IM View Post

      Good for you

      Like they say here why not scale it, specially if you can automate the method. Don't think about getting bored if you can bank from that. In IM you need to be pragmatic if a metheod can make you some money scale it and go for it. that's it. Maybe when you will earn a lot you can think about getting bored..
      Anyway congrat!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author fedor50
    Great job. Now focus on scaling it up. It's all about taking action and doing the things that will actually make you money.
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    What I am wondering about is your advertising. Have you actually USED this system to build your own abs?

    I mean - if you are using relationship building as a marketing method, people might start asking you questions about your own experience with this. If you haven't actually used it - yet you already said your "experience" with it -- what are you going to say then? Will you be willing to sacrifice your integrity and keep a lie going to acquire sales? It would seem that "picking up a product" and promoting it the way you did is a good idea - but it's also important to keep an eye to truth in advertising or you may end up in some difficult circumstances later.
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Good point HeySal, I believe in ethics and already have the product as I love it. I have done the research, tested it myself, seen some amazing results. Like with most things the product only works as long as people take action.

      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      What I am wondering about is your advertising. Have you actually USED this system to build your own abs?

      I mean - if you are using relationship building as a marketing method, people might start asking you questions about your own experience with this. If you haven't actually used it - yet you already said your "experience" with it -- what are you going to say then? Will you be willing to sacrifice your integrity and keep a lie going to acquire sales? It would seem that "picking up a product" and promoting it the way you did is a good idea - but it's also important to keep an eye to truth in advertising or you may end up in some difficult circumstances later.
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  • Profile picture of the author Genycis
    That's great news Rossy, I've actually been debating on creating a Twitter account for my weight loss journey as I recently wrote about it and already managed to see an affiliate sale on a weight loss product that worked for me as well. I may have to take some of your ideas into account to try it. I already have a twitter account now for my other niche but I guess I never considered opening up more due to the issue with trying to remember and maintain them all. Lol. Great success story though, keep it going now to $200, and $300, and so on! Congrats!
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Hey Genycis, Many thanks for your kind words. Great to see your interest in this 'Mass Market' niche. Just take action and create a niche related username e.g weightlossexpert or something similar, spend a few minutes creating a weight loss background theme/photo in Twitter (stick out from the crowd) and use the strategies I implement. Think about giving away a free weight loss PLR quality product to created a list and then adding value and then pitching your weight loss product.

      Cheers

      Originally Posted by Genycis View Post

      That's great news Rossy, I've actually been debating on creating a Twitter account for my weight loss journey as I recently wrote about it and already managed to see an affiliate sale on a weight loss product that worked for me as well. I may have to take some of your ideas into account to try it. I already have a twitter account now for my other niche but I guess I never considered opening up more due to the issue with trying to remember and maintain them all. Lol. Great success story though, keep it going now to $200, and $300, and so on! Congrats!
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    • Profile picture of the author Lyfe Lyte
      Originally Posted by Rossy WF Members Rock View Post

      Good point HeySal, I believe in ethics and already have the product as I love it. I have done the research, tested it myself, seen some amazing results. Like with most things the product only works as long as people take action.

      Fantastic Fantastic...I was thinking this EXACT question in my mind....she said she lost weight etc...but did even actually use the product? So I was going to write and ask...but Sal already did....

      Just because we are online and people can't see us..doesn't mean why should be deceitful and lie to people just to make some money...

      These are people believing what you are telling them and spending money the worked for on your recommendation.

      If your mother seen your post and said oh wow so it worked for you right? And you say no it didn't work...I was just saying that to sell and make money...

      Someone elses mother could have been being based on what you wrote...what if that was a little money she had saved and bought some $200 weight loss program you recommended....because her husband didn't find her attractive anymore....

      Then when she gets the course..its' terrible and doesn't work.

      The point is we wouldn't lie to these people in person or a friend if they were asking us about it...

      Rossy your a perfect example of how we should market with integrity....you should always be honest and never lie and hold your integrity no matter the situation. Your business will grow and you will have loyal followers.

      How did one's word become worthless these days..hundreds of years ago HONOR was everything....if a man gave his word about something..that was it...it was taken as the truth.

      If you conduct yourself with honor in your business at all times..you will be rewarded...

      THanks again Rossy!

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      • Profile picture of the author ProServices
        Wonderful response Lyfe. Your also a person of honor and integrity!

        I agree with you 100%. Honor and integrity play an important part. I believe in the product and seen my own results so I am in a position to recommend. Unfortunately, there are people out there who will sell anything to their grand mother if she doesn't want it.

        Cheers


        Originally Posted by Lyfe Lyte View Post

        Fantastic Fantastic...I was thinking this EXACT question in my mind....she said she lost weight etc...but did even actually use the product? So I was going to write and ask...but Sal already did....

        Just because we are online and people can't see us..doesn't mean why should be deceitful and lie to people just to make some money...

        These are people believing what you are telling them and spending money the worked for on your recommendation.

        If your mother seen your post and said oh wow so it worked for you right? And you say no it didn't work...I was just saying that to sell and make money...

        Someone elses mother could have been being based on what you wrote...what if that was a little money she had saved and bought some $200 weight loss program you recommended....because her husband didn't find her attractive anymore....

        Then when she gets the course..its' terrible and doesn't work.

        The point is we wouldn't lie to these people in person or a friend if they were asking us about it...

        Rossy your a perfect example of how we should market with integrity....you should always be honest and never lie and hold your integrity no matter the situation. Your business will grow and you will have loyal followers.

        How did one's word become worthless these days..hundreds of years ago HONOR was everything....if a man gave his word about something..that was it...it was taken as the truth.

        If you conduct yourself with honor in your business at all times..you will be rewarded...

        THanks again Rossy!

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    Great job! Maybe you can automate your tasks so it is less monotonous but still upscale it at the same time.
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    • Originally Posted by Monitium View Post

      Great job! Maybe you can automate your tasks so it is less monotonous but still upscale it at the same time.
      Beat me to the punch, was going to recommend her to do just that.
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      • Profile picture of the author vicone
        It's a great idea which can easily be abused and unless handled carefully accusations of spamming will fly. I think there is a missing ingredient with your original post and this I suspect concerns your interaction with prospective buyers.

        Twitter is rife with people making promotions, and users spend a lot of time getting rid of them. I'm annoyed at the amount of time I spend reading and blocking unsolicited promotions.

        Mark 72 summed up the usual state of affairs well:

        Usually it's almost impossible to get people on twitter to buy a Clickbank product, but if they saw that you are a real person just trying to help then that's a different matter.

        I remember trying to do this (using a product-targeted account with aff link in the bio) by following and unfollowing people.

        I got quite a few clicks through my link to the product and lots of interest but 0 sales.
        I'd be interested in knowing more about how you warm them up before making the pitch. Or do you mostly offer your link cold? Perhaps this technique is well-suited to including a link to a landing page first where you can describe your own experience in more detail and then they have the opportunity to go to the sales page.

        I've had some success with sending Twitter followers to a review page that I wrote on weight loss, although my account wasn't specifically aimed at that niche.

        You've given me an idea, though, that the review could be improved by making it a lot more personal. Sending Twitter followers direct to a sales page I've found to be largely ineffective.

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        • Profile picture of the author ProServices
          I understand what your saying but I don't spam in Twitter.

          I basically give away free advice and a free high quality PLR product based on that niche. Obviously via a squeeze page with my opt in box and the email autoresponder kicks in. There is always friendly interaction not just on the niche but other issues in the news or how good Pippa Middleton looks or when we will see Bill Clinton & Monica back together again.....etc

          So there's definitely interaction and the high quality PLR product really adds value.

          Originally Posted by vicone View Post

          It's a great idea which can easily be abused and unless handled carefully accusations of spamming will fly. I think there is a missing ingredient with your original post and this I suspect concerns your interaction with prospective buyers.

          Twitter is rife with people making promotions, and users spend a lot of time getting rid of them. I'm annoyed at the amount of time I spend reading and blocking unsolicited promotions.

          Mark 72 summed up the usual state of affairs well:



          I'd be interested in knowing more about how you warm them up before making the pitch. Or do you mostly offer your link cold? Perhaps this technique is well-suited to including a link to a landing page first where you can describe your own experience in more detail and then they have the opportunity to go to the sales page.

          I've had some success with sending Twitter followers to a review page that I wrote on weight loss, although my account wasn't specifically aimed at that niche.

          You've given me an idea, though, that the review could be improved by making it a lot more personal. Sending Twitter followers direct to a sales page I've found to be largely ineffective.

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  • Profile picture of the author Totolek
    Hey Rossy, i'm happy for your success. i also tried your process but twitter suspended my account for spamming just 2 minutes after i posted my CB shortened hoplinks. What i did, i chose the CB product "quit smoking effortlessly". Then i utilized twitter search for the recent tweets which obviously asking for help like "i need to quit smoking pls help". I thereafter posted my reply to 5 people just to test the method. After 2 minutes i checked my twitter account to check for possilble queries but instead, i got a pop up tbat stated tbat my account was suspended for spamming? As a result. im not anymore allowed to tweet. My twitter stats reset to 0. Anyway, i'll sign up again for another account. By the way. i'll be happy if you could give me an advice on how to do this technique better. Thanks in advance.
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Thanks for your support. Pls see my answer to Vicone above as it explains what I do to interact with people, PLR product etc.

      Originally Posted by Totolek View Post

      Hey Rossy, i'm happy for your success. i also tried your process but twitter suspended my account for spamming just 2 minutes after i posted my CB shortened hoplinks. What i did, i chose the CB product "quit smoking effortlessly". Then i utilized twitter search for the recent tweets which obviously asking for help like "i need to quit smoking pls help". I thereafter posted my reply to 5 people just to test the method. After 2 minutes i checked my twitter account to check for possilble queries but instead, i got a pop up tbat stated tbat my account was suspended for spamming? As a result. im not anymore allowed to tweet. My twitter stats reset to 0. Anyway, i'll sign up again for another account. By the way. i'll be happy if you could give me an advice on how to do this technique better. Thanks in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author anwiii
    i think if you combine what ken and tim said, you should do fine and eliminate the bordom factor.

    so basically, right now your niche is abs. you use this clickbank product, you've researched information about the niche, so maybe you can focus on creating your own product in that niche like tim said. when you have done that, then find a similar niche as ken suggested and repeat the process. a related niche because like ken said, you can brand yourself as the go to person for health related issues specifically to looking and feeling good.

    this is how i would scale it up. i hate affiliate marketing personally for many reasons so i personally wouldn't suggest scaling your affiliate marketing campaigns by continuously promoting other peoples products. even though it can make ya money like you've already done, it's very redundant and boring and it's kinda limited to thinking inside the box where you're not really doing or learning anything new and to substantially increase your income from your marketing efforts. with your own products though and with you branded as the go to person, you're gonna find that it's going to be easier to make sales and many more ways to market what you are offering.

    totolek- you don't want to direct people to someone elses sales page and with an affiate link. you want to direct them to a sqeeze page, collect their information if they are interested in purchasing, THEN direct them to the sales page or directly to the order form. once you have built a good sized list, you can start emailing these people once ever couple weeks or every month(don't do it more than that or people will possibly unsubscribe if all you're doing is pitching something to purchase). so now instead of people being worth only $20 bucks or so, they are worth 5-10 times that. also, if using twitter, you want to stay on topic of what was already being said. make it personal too. don't send out the same response to everyone like some of these automated softwares do. i never did like selling clickbank products on twitter unless it is related to something that is currently news worthy that people are talking about. cpa offers work best for twitter in my opinion. try facebook for a clickbank product.....and create a dedicated page for it. there is actually a better way how i do it. just look at your twitter account being banned as a learning experience. you're going to learn from this if you don't give up so look at it as a good thing. you now know what DOESN'T work so you're that much closer in knowing what does....
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Great advice anwiii.

      I appreciate your support. I'm doing a lot of stuff you mention. Pls see my response to Vicone above.

      Cheers

      Originally Posted by anwiii View Post

      i think if you combine what ken and tim said, you should do fine and eliminate the bordom factor.

      so basically, right now your niche is abs. you use this clickbank product, you've researched information about the niche, so maybe you can focus on creating your own product in that niche like tim said. when you have done that, then find a similar niche as ken suggested and repeat the process. a related niche because like ken said, you can brand yourself as the go to person for health related issues specifically to looking and feeling good.

      this is how i would scale it up. i hate affiliate marketing personally for many reasons so i personally wouldn't suggest scaling your affiliate marketing campaigns by continuously promoting other peoples products. even though it can make ya money like you've already done, it's very redundant and boring and it's kinda limited to thinking inside the box where you're not really doing or learning anything new and to substantially increase your income from your marketing efforts. with your own products though and with you branded as the go to person, you're gonna find that it's going to be easier to make sales and many more ways to market what you are offering.

      totolek- you don't want to direct people to someone elses sales page and with an affiate link. you want to direct them to a sqeeze page, collect their information if they are interested in purchasing, THEN direct them to the sales page or directly to the order form. once you have built a good sized list, you can start emailing these people once ever couple weeks or every month(don't do it more than that or people will possibly unsubscribe if all you're doing is pitching something to purchase). so now instead of people being worth only $20 bucks or so, they are worth 5-10 times that. also, if using twitter, you want to stay on topic of what was already being said. make it personal too. don't send out the same response to everyone like some of these automated softwares do. i never did like selling clickbank products on twitter unless it is related to something that is currently news worthy that people are talking about. cpa offers work best for twitter in my opinion. try facebook for a clickbank product.....and create a dedicated page for it. there is actually a better way how i do it. just look at your twitter account being banned as a learning experience. you're going to learn from this if you don't give up so look at it as a good thing. you now know what DOESN'T work so you're that much closer in knowing what does....
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      • Profile picture of the author ab12
        Very Interesting.,

        I've heard of this technique and I appreciate you sharing your results with it.
        I'm wondering if you started contacting people as soon as you made the

        account, or if you built up the account somehow?
        Also, did you use your picture on the profiles, or a picture of the product/

        something related to that niche?

        And it sounds like your having some fun interacting with people and providing value, so for variety why don't try eating your favorite snacks while your

        talking to them, or wearing funny hats/accessories while your at it. haha(please take that the best way possible)
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        • Profile picture of the author ProServices
          Hey Ab12, Yes I contacted people as soon as I created the twitter account but interacting mainly. Profile picture was of male & female abs. I am having fun interacting with people from all over the world. Remember IM is a lonely business and it'e important to social interact with as many people as possible otherwise there is risk that we could all turn into zombies.....lol

          Cheers

          Originally Posted by ab12 View Post

          Very Interesting.,

          I've heard of this technique and I appreciate you sharing your results with it.
          I'm wondering if you started contacting people as soon as you made the

          account, or if you built up the account somehow?
          Also, did you use your picture on the profiles, or a picture of the product/

          something related to that niche?

          And it sounds like your having some fun interacting with people and providing value, so for variety why don't try eating your favorite snacks while your

          talking to them, or wearing funny hats/accessories while your at it. haha(please take that the best way possible)
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  • Profile picture of the author Totolek
    Thanks anwiii, i'll keep that i mind. I'm just starting to learn everything like what tools & how to utilize them effectively. At the moment, i test simple online methods that could catch my attention just to rate their effectiveness & creating splash pages are not one of those coz i dont know how to make them yet. Anyway, Thanks again for the tips
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  • Profile picture of the author Genie23
    I never had success using Clickbank products. I guess I just do not have the right tools to sell and the right people to sell to. You've done a great job targeting people who are interested in your product. But that's tedious and cumbersome work. How many days did it take you to earn the $100?
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Hey Genie, it took 3 days. If you can interact with people correctly, offer value/solve a problem, your passionate about the product and use the product yourself, you will get sales. Creating a squeeze page is important

      Originally Posted by Genie23 View Post

      I never had success using Clickbank products. I guess I just do not have the right tools to sell and the right people to sell to. You've done a great job targeting people who are interested in your product. But that's tedious and cumbersome work. How many days did it take you to earn the $100?
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  • Profile picture of the author think more
    That is a great achievement.Congrats.
    One little question How many followers do you have in your twitter account?
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    • Profile picture of the author vicone
      Thanks Rossy for your reply. I think that what we need by way of clarification is an example of the first message you send to prospects.

      As Totolek said:

      twitter suspended my account for spamming just 2 minutes after i posted my CB shortened hoplinks. What i did, i chose the CB product "quit smoking effortlessly". Then i utilized twitter search for the recent tweets which obviously asking for help like "i need to quit smoking pls help". I thereafter posted my reply to 5 people just to test the method. After 2 minutes i checked my twitter account to check for possilble queries but instead, i got a pop up tbat stated tbat my account was suspended for spamming?
      This is a crucial point. If prospects are not approached carefully, they would flag for spamming. In your reply to me you mentioned that you offered free advice and a free download. I'd like to see an example of the wording you used with first contact that enabled the prospect to see you as a friend and not a spammer.

      As for using our own products rather than those on Clickbank, there is a lot of merit in that, but initially Clickbank can help to test the market and refine the marketing techniques while we prepare our own product(s).

      I would suggest that if a form of cold canvassing is used, a special Twitter account be created which would allow the exchange of comments with other users without putting the main Twitter account at risk.

      Once a prospect has engaged in conversation, it is not spamming. I suspect one way to approach new prospects is, as Rossy said, to offer friendly advice without a link and invite that person to contact you IF they want further information. No link is enclosed but the Twitter ID is automatically attached for a reply.

      If the prospect chooses to reply, you are not engaged in spamming and in the next message can include the link you want to send, such as to a review page or to a free download, etc.

      Ivan
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      • Profile picture of the author ProServices
        Okay Vicone, here's an example of wording I used recently '' Hi Jane, I fully understand your frustrations at not losing the fat round the stomach area. I tried so many different strategies but all failed. However, I've tried a new product and have seen results already. Don't despair! ''

        Originally Posted by vicone View Post

        Thanks Rossy for your reply. I think that what we need by way of clarification is an example of the first message you send to prospects.

        As Totolek said:



        This is a crucial point. If prospects are not approached carefully, they would flag for spamming. In your reply to me you mentioned that you offered free advice and a free download. I'd like to see an example of the wording you used with first contact that enabled the prospect to see you as a friend and not a spammer.

        As for using our own products rather than those on Clickbank, there is a lot of merit in that, but initially Clickbank can help to test the market and refine the marketing techniques while we prepare our own product(s).

        I would suggest that if a form of cold canvassing is used, a special Twitter account be created which would allow the exchange of comments with other users without putting the main Twitter account at risk.

        Once a prospect has engaged in conversation, it is not spamming. I suspect one way to approach new prospects is, as Rossy said, to offer friendly advice without a link and invite that person to contact you IF they want further information. No link is enclosed but the Twitter ID is automatically attached for a reply.

        If the prospect chooses to reply, you are not engaged in spamming and in the next message can include the link you want to send, such as to a review page or to a free download, etc.

        Ivan
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    • Profile picture of the author ProServices
      Hi ThinkMore,

      I have around 100 and growing twitter followers. But also remember about the real time search facility within twitter to find your laser targeted people who need help.

      Originally Posted by think more View Post

      That is a great achievement.Congrats.
      One little question How many followers do you have in your twitter account?
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