What are the best ways to promote click bank products?

by jbaran
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What are the best ways to promote click bank products? facebook ads convert poorly, Google pay per click is Evil, what else is out there?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    Your blog mentions quite a few. Why not try them?

    Mark

    Originally Posted by jbaran View Post

    What are the best ways to promote click bank products? facebook ads convert poorly, Google pay per click is Evil, what else is out there?
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    • Profile picture of the author JulianKane
      Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

      Your blog mentions quite a few. Why not try them?
      An Ouch but humorous at the same time.

      Originally Posted by HenrySEO89 View Post

      Try youtube. Make review videos

      easy $$
      This.
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  • Profile picture of the author jbaran
    i do, i'm always looking for bigger and better ways. Most of what i blog about was information taken from forums, thats why I'm here to learn more
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  • Profile picture of the author GuyDon
    Traffic> squeeze page> follow up with promotional links
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  • Profile picture of the author banx63
    I have been experimenting with some lesser known PPC services. Too early to tell but I have some ads running, will post on here if they are any good.....


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    • Profile picture of the author ronnyl2288
      Give infolinks a spin, one of our affiliate marketers is making us some nice coin as well as making himself some good money running ads there for our cb product.
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  • Profile picture of the author EnterIn
    You probably know that there are a Bazillion! ways to promote any product.
    But I'll give you the BEST method. It's a bold statement, I know. So here we go.

    I sincerely believe, at this point, that the best method is to build your own list of targeted prospects and offer them a very high value relationship building newsletter. You can automate this process using an autoresponder like Aweber.

    Then, once they get to like and trust you, after you have provided them with a few newsletters with no strings attached, you can recommend affiliate products to them once in a while. The affiliate products must solve their most pressing problems. The problems that keep them awake at night.

    But don't just offer them your affiliate link. Instead give them a free report that makes them opt in to an autoresponder sequence of 7 emails or more. The purpose of that autoresponder series of emails will be to sell your affiliate product.

    In other words, you give yourself 7 chances to sell your affiliate product through 7 Different sells emails (could be more).

    Notice that very marketing "Guru" does this. And it works because people don't always buy the first time.

    Remember that the report that you give them should offer valuable free information that naturally leads readers to want to learn more. How do they do that? By buying your affiliate product!

    To add even more power, offer your list a high value bonus if they buy through your affiliate link. You'll be amazed at the quality of PLR or Resale Rights products you can get your hands on for $97 or maybe even less.

    If the bonus is really great, people will want it more than the product you are promoting. BUT, they can only get it if they buy through your affiliate link.

    Hope this helps
    Bruce
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    • Profile picture of the author theaccountant
      Originally Posted by EnterIn View Post

      You probably know that there are a Bazillion! ways to promote any product.
      But I'll give you the BEST method. It's a bold statement, I know. So here we go.

      I sincerely believe, at this point, that the best method is to build your own list of targeted prospects and offer them a very high value relationship building newsletter. You can automate this process using an autoresponder like Aweber.

      Then, once they get to like and trust you, after you have provided them with a few newsletters with no strings attached, you can recommend affiliate products to them once in a while. The affiliate products must solve their most pressing problems. The problems that keep them awake at night.

      But don't just offer them your affiliate link. Instead give them a free report that makes them opt in to an autoresponder sequence of 7 emails or more. The purpose of that autoresponder series of emails will be to sell your affiliate product.

      In other words, you give yourself 7 chances to sell your affiliate product through 7 Different sells emails (could be more).

      Notice that very marketing "Guru" does this. And it works because people don't always buy the first time.

      Remember that the report that you give them should offer valuable free information that naturally leads readers to want to learn more. How do they do that? By buying your affiliate product!

      To add even more power, offer your list a high value bonus if they buy through your affiliate link. You'll be amazed at the quality of PLR or Resale Rights products you can get your hands on for $97 or maybe even less.

      If the bonus is really great, people will want it more than the product you are promoting. BUT, they can only get it if they buy through your affiliate link.

      Hope this helps
      Bruce
      No disrespect but a post like that can only come from a newbie repeating what he thinks not what his own experience has taught him/her
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by jbaran View Post

    What are the best ways to promote click bank products?
    There are many different ways of promoting ClickBank products as an affiliate. I've made my living from it for 4 years and have, during that time, tried several of them.

    In my opinion, however you look at it and whatever you do, all the successful methods, from which people genuinely make steady money, or earn a living, or build a business, really boil down to three inescapable essentials.
    • You have to choose wisely the products you promote (because if you get that wrong, it clearly won't make any difference what else you do). The guidelines here have proven helpful to many people: Selecting the product
    • You have to pre-sell effectively to well targeted traffic (which obviously means that you have to understand the difference between pre-selling and selling, and you have to have at least one source of well targeted traffic).
    • You have to build subscriber email lists yourself. Not doing this is probably the commonest failing among people who struggle ineffectively to promote ClickBank products. The point to appreciate is that what typically sells them is the strength of your recommendation, your credibility and the trust people have in you. Those things are actually even more important to the sales process than the product and its sales page. It isn't really possible to achieve the outcome you want without building relationships. You have to have a list of your own and an effective continuity-process for its subscribers: What are the essential things to know about list building?
    These three things are simply not optional. The reality is that to get anywhere much beyond the occasional semi-random sale, as a ClickBank affiliate, you have to be both willing and able to do all three of them at least adequately. People who imagine and advise otherwise, in my opinion, are not really people making their livings by selling ClickBank products.
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    • Profile picture of the author Anton543
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      There are many different ways of promoting ClickBank products as an affiliate. I've made my living from it for 4 years and have, during that time, tried several of them.

      In my opinion, however you look at it and whatever you do, all the successful methods, from which people genuinely make steady money, or earn a living, or build a business, really boil down to three inescapable essentials.
      • You have to choose wisely the products you promote (because if you get that wrong, it clearly won't make any difference what else you do). The guidelines here have proven helpful to many people: Selecting the product
      • You have to pre-sell effectively to well targeted traffic (which obviously means that you have to understand the difference between pre-selling and selling, and you have to have at least one source of well targeted traffic).
      • You have to build lists yourself. This is probably the commonest failing among people who struggle ineffectively to promote ClickBank products. The point to appreciate is that what typically sells them is the strength of your recommendation, your credibility and the trust people have in you. Those things are actually even more important to the sales process than the product and its sales page. It isn't really possible to achieve the outcome you want without building relationships. You have to have a list of your own and an effective continuity-process for its subscribers: What are the essential things to know about list building?
      These three things are simply not optional. The reality is that to get anywhere much beyond the occasional semi-random sale, as a ClickBank affiliate, you have to be both willing and able to do all three of them at least adequately. People who imagine and advise otherwise, in my opinion, are not really people making their livings by selling ClickBank products.
      I think this is a gem of a post.

      I have been intending to do what you say here for some time even though I've neither really understood what an opt in list is nor how you go about promoting a product using this method. Would an RSS subscriber list fall into an opt-in list?

      I notice that in your other post you say search traffic is not that great for conversion - well, in my case, its actually for now the only method of generating sales. I guess I have to work on the others.

      Regarding pre-selling a product, how best to do it? For me this will be through review pages which will get added on the site. Should I be aggressive or use hint of pre-selling in an overwhelmingly impartial review

      Cheers
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by MaryPabelate View Post

        If you have blog them post a good and quality blog post about the product and simply put the link within the blog, I mean clickable link, and try to get traffic to your blog as much as you can, it would really be too effective.
        This is incorrect.

        That would typically be almost completely ineffective, as huge numbers of Warriors have found - for all the reasons explained in post #9, above. That isn't how ClickBank products are typically sold at all.

        Originally Posted by Anton543 View Post

        I notice that in your other post you say search traffic is not that great for conversion - well, in my case, its actually for now the only method of generating sales. I guess I have to work on the others.
        I think it's likely to help, a lot.

        SEO traffic, over the last 4 years, has consistently been the worst converting for me, over a range of about 30 different ClickBank products divided between 8 entirely separate niches. And whenever I see any detailed conversations here about ClickBank conversion-rates, it always seems that the people whose experience of promoting ClickBank products has been a story of very low conversion-rates are the ones all of whose traffic comes from search engines.

        I admit I do get floods of targeted Google traffic nowadays (because very high rankings happen to be a small side-benefit of article syndication, which is my major traffic-source), but I'd certainly hate to have to make a living out of it.

        Originally Posted by Anton543 View Post

        Regarding pre-selling a product, how best to do it? For me this will be through review pages which will get added on the site. Should I be aggressive or use hint of pre-selling in an overwhelmingly impartial review
        I think you're likely to do much better with hints of pre-selling in an overwhelmingly impartial review. In fact, "an overwhelmingly impartial review" is really "pre-selling", because it builds your credibility and encourages people to trust you. The one thing you don't want to be doing, as an affiliate, is "visible selling". That said, this kind of issue does vary a bit from niche to niche and from traffic demographic to traffic demographic as well. For example, if you're talking about a product in the "house foreclosure avoidance niche", then you're dealing with people who are struggling to cope with an emergency, and you need to sell it quickly.

        I can strongly recommend the Paul Hancox product, "Pre-Selling Mastery", if that helps. It used to be available as a WSO (and may still be).
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        • Profile picture of the author svsets10
          Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

          This is incorrect.

          That would typically be almost completely ineffective, as huge numbers of Warriors have found - for all the reasons explained in post #9, above. That isn't how ClickBank products are typically sold at all.



          I think it's likely to help, a lot.

          SEO traffic, over the last 4 years, has consistently been the worst converting for me, over a range of about 30 different ClickBank products divided between 8 entirely separate niches. And whenever I see any detailed conversations here about ClickBank conversion-rates, it always seems that the people whose experience of promoting ClickBank products has been a story of very low conversion-rates are the ones all of whose traffic comes from search engines.

          I admit I do get floods of targeted Google traffic nowadays (because very high rankings happen to be a small side-benefit of article syndication, which is my major traffic-source), but I'd certainly hate to have to make a living out of it.



          I think you're likely to do much better with hints of pre-selling in an overwhelmingly impartial review. In fact, "an overwhelmingly impartial review" is really "pre-selling", because it builds your credibility and encourages people to trust you. The one thing you don't want to be doing, as an affiliate, is "visible selling". That said, this kind of issue does vary a bit from niche to niche and from traffic demographic to traffic demographic as well. For example, if you're talking about a product in the "house foreclosure avoidance niche", then you're dealing with people who are struggling to cope with an emergency, and you need to sell it quickly.

          I can strongly recommend the Paul Hancox product, "Pre-Selling Mastery", if that helps. It used to be available as a WSO (and may still be).
          Thanks for this post Alexa, you are definitely right in saying that your need to know your demographic. What works for one niche might not work for another. Do you focus solely on clickbank sales for income or do you have other streams as well. You seem to really have a solid system for clickbank
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          • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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            Originally Posted by svsets10 View Post

            Thanks for this post Alexa, you are definitely right in saying that your need to know your demographic. What works for one niche might not work for another. Do you focus solely on clickbank sales for income or do you have other streams as well. You seem to really have a solid system for clickbank
            No longer solely ClickBank (though I did for nearly 3 years). I added Amazon about a year ago, and I have a few other "bits and pieces", too. I'm trying to diversify, but ClickBank is still about 85% of my income.
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        • Profile picture of the author RickyBobby
          Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

          This is incorrect.

          That would typically be almost completely ineffective, as huge numbers of Warriors have found - for all the reasons explained in post #9, above. That isn't how ClickBank products are typically sold at all.



          I think it's likely to help, a lot.

          SEO traffic, over the last 4 years, has consistently been the worst converting for me, over a range of about 30 different ClickBank products divided between 8 entirely separate niches. And whenever I see any detailed conversations here about ClickBank conversion-rates, it always seems that the people whose experience of promoting ClickBank products has been a story of very low conversion-rates are the ones all of whose traffic comes from search engines.

          I admit I do get floods of targeted Google traffic nowadays (because very high rankings happen to be a small side-benefit of article syndication, which is my major traffic-source), but I'd certainly hate to have to make a living out of it.



          I think you're likely to do much better with hints of pre-selling in an overwhelmingly impartial review. In fact, "an overwhelmingly impartial review" is really "pre-selling", because it builds your credibility and encourages people to trust you. The one thing you don't want to be doing, as an affiliate, is "visible selling". That said, this kind of issue does vary a bit from niche to niche and from traffic demographic to traffic demographic as well. For example, if you're talking about a product in the "house foreclosure avoidance niche", then you're dealing with people who are struggling to cope with an emergency, and you need to sell it quickly.

          I can strongly recommend the Paul Hancox product, "Pre-Selling Mastery", if that helps. It used to be available as a WSO (and may still be).
          I thought the the whole point of affiliate marketing was to create SEO/Google traffic?! But it sounds as if that traffic is not to something to rely upon. If you aren't creating traffic through SEO or Google, how else are you? I cannot even think of another way to generate traffic.
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          • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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            Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

            I thought the the whole point of affiliate marketing was to create SEO/Google traffic?!
            Good heavens! Whatever gave you that idea?!

            Personally, I'd advise you not to put too much of your time and effort into trying to attract "organic SERP's" traffic, for two main reasons: first, it's very precarious and makes your business Google-dependent, and any business that's Google-dependent is no more than one algorithm-change away from a potential accident (or even a potential disaster), as so many Warriors have been finding out over the last year or two, some of them to their very great cost; secondly, for me, search engine traffic has been uniformly the worst-converting traffic out of everything I've ever tried in 8 entirely different niches over the whole of the last 4 years - search engine visitors to all my websites typically stay the least time, view the fewest pages, opt in the least often and actually buy anything by far the least often. I admit I do get tons of search engine traffic to all my main sites (just because of all the high rankings I've got, incidentally, from article syndication to relevant sites) but I'd certainly hate to have to make a living from that traffic! Google rankings are not really much of a "traffic-generating plan" at all.

            Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

            I cannot even think of another way to generate traffic.
            Well, you're in the Warrior Forum, where many dozens of other ways of generating traffic are discussed every day of the week. Tip: do a search for threads in the Main Marketing Forum with the word "traffic" in their titles, and you'll find enough reading for a week or two.

            I get the majority of my productive traffic from article marketing, in non-SEO dependent ways, but there are countless other ways, too.
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            • Profile picture of the author RickyBobby
              I will certainly have to do more research. I have been interested in affiliate marketing for a while and clearly have no idea how to be successful with it. I have created a niche website and am ranking on the first page of Google for multiple keywords and am still only getting 80-120 views per day. I never really got into article marketing because I had no idea how it works, but that link you provided definitely gave me some great insight. Thank you for your help!
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              • Profile picture of the author RickyBobby
                I promote clickbank products on my website and I see that is your primary source of income. I would love to be able to get to the point where you are and make a living from it. I am a car salesman and have loads of time in between customers to work on affiliate marketing. I would love to be able to walk away from the auto industry and rely solely on my affiliate marketing income.
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          • Profile picture of the author hometutor
            Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

            I thought the the whole point of affiliate marketing was to create SEO/Google traffic?! But it sounds as if that traffic is not to something to rely upon. If you aren't creating traffic through SEO or Google, how else are you? I cannot even think of another way to generate traffic.
            Ricky just look at what the large outlet stores do when you buy something. THEY GET YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION! They do not just depend on mass advertising. Study what's around you. The procedure is the same.

            Rick
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    • Profile picture of the author mrswagset
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      There are many different ways of promoting ClickBank products as an affiliate. I've made my living from it for 4 years and have, during that time, tried several of them.

      In my opinion, however you look at it and whatever you do, all the successful methods, from which people genuinely make steady money, or earn a living, or build a business, really boil down to three inescapable essentials.
      • You have to choose wisely the products you promote (because if you get that wrong, it clearly won't make any difference what else you do). The guidelines here have proven helpful to many people: Selecting the product
      • You have to pre-sell effectively to well targeted traffic (which obviously means that you have to understand the difference between pre-selling and selling, and you have to have at least one source of well targeted traffic).
      • You have to build lists yourself. This is probably the commonest failing among people who struggle ineffectively to promote ClickBank products. The point to appreciate is that what typically sells them is the strength of your recommendation, your credibility and the trust people have in you. Those things are actually even more important to the sales process than the product and its sales page. It isn't really possible to achieve the outcome you want without building relationships. You have to have a list of your own and an effective continuity-process for its subscribers: What are the essential things to know about list building?
      These three things are simply not optional. The reality is that to get anywhere much beyond the occasional semi-random sale, as a ClickBank affiliate, you have to be both willing and able to do all three of them at least adequately. People who imagine and advise otherwise, in my opinion, are not really people making their livings by selling ClickBank products.
      OMG Thank you so much!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author jbaran
    All are good points, I have been told that media buying is good. Buying banner ads on targeted sites that connect directly to your hop link. Has anyone had any experience with this?
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    • Profile picture of the author myob
      What has worked astoundingly well for me for over a decade is article marketing. Write authoritative articles that are germane to the niche, then submit them to context-relevant outlets such as websites, blogs, ezines, and offline publications. This drives highly convertible traffic to my presell pages, and buyers are incentivized with bonuses to optin to my lists. These buyers are then offered additional related products. It's a simple system, and if you write your own articles, there is virtually no cost for marketing.
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    • Profile picture of the author sanj1110
      Originally Posted by jbaran View Post

      All are good points, I have been told that media buying is good. Buying banner ads on targeted sites that connect directly to your hop link. Has anyone had any experience with this?
      yes media buying is good..my 60% sales come from those..nowadays the adblocker is creating havoc though
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  • Profile picture of the author cpa-money
    the thing that works best for me was article marketing. but i left clickbank after few months.
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    • Profile picture of the author hometutor
      Originally Posted by cpa-money View Post

      the thing that works best for me was article marketing. but i left clickbank after few months.
      Was that due to their insane return policy? It's why I left as a vendor. No support at all just talk.

      Rick
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    • Profile picture of the author ferdousalam
      that is really cool idea ha ... fast converting way
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  • Profile picture of the author RedShifted
    Stealth youtube posting. I have a very original technique I use that involves posting on youtube in a very natural way. I don't drop links or use a call to action in my comments, and have noticed the conversions are far better.

    I basically rank a controversial comment, offer an appealing solution, but do NOT specify what the solution is. So people come to the videos, see my comment, see I know something they don't, but did not mention what it is.

    When this is done properly, it is really powerful. Its a form of social engineering on youtube. I don't play the role of a marketer or salesman. I play the role of an individual, who's life was personally changed by xxx product. Like I said, in the comments I never mention the product. I just write a comment that will drive people insane with curiosity, and rank it on targeted videos.

    The reason I started trying this, was 1 comment I made a long time ago. The comment was controversial, and I talked about how there was something better that worked for a certain niche and the fact that everyone was doing xxx thing the wrong way. But I was NOT promoting anything back then. Wound up getting 125 messages over the course of 3 months, with people asking for more information.

    So I realized I can get a lot farther on youtube by not acting like a salesman, and applied that to clickbank products. It triggers people to chase you, rather than you chasing them. As well as this technique works, its a PITA to scale. W/out automated posting of some sort, I'll never make thousands a week with this. But for now, I don't care. I have 2 other revenue streams and maybe one day I'll figure a way to scale it.

    -Red
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    • Profile picture of the author Krstwo
      This method of selling is A1 in all types of business promotion not just YouTube I love it.

      Originally Posted by RedShifted View Post

      Stealth youtube posting. I have a very original technique I use that involves posting on youtube in a very natural way. I don't drop links or use a call to action in my comments, and have noticed the conversions are far better.

      I basically rank a controversial comment, offer an appealing solution, but do NOT specify what the solution is. So people come to the videos, see my comment, see I know something they don't, but did not mention what it is.

      When this is done properly, it is really powerful. Its a form of social engineering on youtube. I don't play the role of a marketer or salesman. I play the role of an individual, who's life was personally changed by xxx product. Like I said, in the comments I never mention the product. I just write a comment that will drive people insane with curiosity, and rank it on targeted videos.

      The reason I started trying this, was 1 comment I made a long time ago. The comment was controversial, and I talked about how there was something better that worked for a certain niche and the fact that everyone was doing xxx thing the wrong way. But I was NOT promoting anything back then. Wound up getting 125 messages over the course of 3 months, with people asking for more information.

      So I realized I can get a lot farther on youtube by not acting like a salesman, and applied that to clickbank products. It triggers people to chase you, rather than you chasing them. As well as this technique works, its a PITA to scale. W/out automated posting of some sort, I'll never make thousands a week with this. But for now, I don't care. I have 2 other revenue streams and maybe one day I'll figure a way to scale it.

      -Red
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  • Profile picture of the author pusan
    Build an email list of your target customers.First send them couple of emails in order to bring them in buying mood and after that send them your clickbank product links.It surely should help you to get some sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
    Here is an approach that works well:

    How To Make $50/Day With YouTube and Clickbank
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    • Profile picture of the author ronnyl2288
      Are Affiliates do VERY WELL just posting youtube ads for our Clickbank Product, so much so I don't even compete with them. More than happy to give up the $ 21 per order or 51% if they do all the work.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bill Hugall
    Youtube, solo's, sales funnel attached to your web form on your blog, review sites(not sniper sites) Facebook, Twitter. That is just the start.
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  • Profile picture of the author David DeAndre
    Build a squeeze page, give something good away for free, then send a series of follow ups where you give away more high quality information away for free. After 5 or 6 emails you can follow up with a pitch, where you go for the sale.
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  • Profile picture of the author rogersjbr
    You tube channels are a great way to go. There are some informational courses out there for you to find. Google loves to rank their own videos on the first page especially if your channel is getting activity and running their ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author millionebook
    So many ways, blogging and always get articles out. Have an article written and send these out to the directories but what I always do is ensure I blog everyday ... Do a selection of ways and make sure you build a list and build a relationship with members
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  • Profile picture of the author Tyler S
    I suggest Youtube videos.
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  • Profile picture of the author jipolis7
    I think you can start with article marketing, that is the best suggestion from me. Besides that you can create niche sites or blogs for your potential products. Because it gives you the ranking in the search engine and provides you with enormous traffic. And what is more you can do it without any cost or major cost. Just take a look what eHow says about this -

    http://www.ehow.com/how_2379725_prom...-products.html

    Again you can emphasize social media marketing as well as search engine marketing with pay per click advertising.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarvyDery
    generate highly targeted traffic to your sales page or blog. there are so many ways to generate quality traffic to your blog. here are a few that i can mention

    1. article submission
    2. facebook fanpage
    3. seo
    4. video marketing
    5. solo ads
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan B Rusu
    Best methods:

    1. Build a list
    2. Build a list
    3. Build a list

    Now the methods to do this? Solo ads, forums, youtube, jv giveaway, thank you page offers, ect
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    I cover how to do launch jacking in further detail in my sig but basically:

    *Find an upcoming product (will have a LOT of buzz AKA tons of traffic)
    *Rank a YouTube video for that product before its launched
    *Profit

    3-steps (in actuality only 2) that can make you a LOT of money.

    You can also make a review site and give away bonuses which raise conversions rates like crazy.

    Good luck
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    • Profile picture of the author adil91
      Originally Posted by Edwin Torres View Post

      I cover how to do launch jacking in further detail in my sig but basically:

      *Find an upcoming product (will have a LOT of buzz AKA tons of traffic)
      *Rank a YouTube video for that product before its launched
      *Profit

      3-steps (in actuality only 2) that can make you a LOT of money.

      You can also make a review site and give away bonuses which raise conversions rates like crazy.

      Good luck
      How you collect a new products video for youtubing?? is it from authority site or from another site?
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  • Profile picture of the author klock75
    What works for me, providing you are bringing in targeted traffic already is...

    1) Buy the product yourself first and use it/read it
    2) Decide if it's really something you want to promote
    3) If so, bring your targeted traffic to an opt-in landing page and offer something very cool for free (an interview or something else unique that is "new" to the world... outsource this part if you have to)
    4) Make the opt-in page super easy.. meaning... make it clean with very little "choices". In the headline tell them what your free offer "reveals". In the paragraph below, tell the kind people the additional features in a very succinct way (bullet points works like a charm), then tell them what to do, ex: Put your name and email in the form to the left, click "get free interview" button, then "turn up your speakers and enjoy".
    5) Offer them a few more cool things in subsequent emails (perhaps just link to industry news on one your AdSense blogs in the niche)
    6) Then send them to a real review of the product (or test direct linking from the email)

    Put in the hard work and create value and do it all with honesty, integrity and transparency and it's difficult not to succeed. Lots of work though, I've tried a lot of shortcuts and easy ways but I just pissed people off and didn't make much money.
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  • Profile picture of the author eagleflux
    build a list..build a list..and also you can try google PPC..more targeted..
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  • Profile picture of the author RachelLily
    I'd been successful promoting clickbank products by posting reviews in my site about the products. And later on I created my own script about it because it works for me. You don't need to make huge hype because it cause refunds. When you do pre-selling then they are the own who judge buying it and no guilty feelings. If you think the clickbank product is a good buy then put an honest review and your visitors will gladly buy from your affiliate link for sure.
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  • Profile picture of the author trafficmasters
    Youtube, paid traffic other than google (a lot of options) social media, good old seo

    oh and press releases if your fast
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  • Profile picture of the author Darth Elvis
    Hi,

    Clickbank have a well put together page that wasn't obvious to find but it is well worth looking at https://support.clickbank.com/entrie...iliate-Success.
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  • Profile picture of the author january14n
    Certainly the best way to promote clickbank product is through list but just in case you are just starting then I suggest you create a blog dedicated for that blog and build an opt-in to gather and build a list that you could use to promote your product.
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    • Profile picture of the author RickyBobby
      Where do people usually put an opt in on a blog or website? Can it be anywhere?
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    Video and article marketing are some of the best ways to best promote clickbank products.. $$$
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  • Profile picture of the author RickyBobby
    So it sounds like no one recommends promoting clickbank products directly on a website or blog. Correct me if I am wrong, but you get people to opt in to your email list and then that's where you will begin promoting clickbank products?
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

      Where do people usually put an opt in on a blog or website? Can it be anywhere?
      There are four options, really ...

      (i) A self-hosted squeeze-page (very popular, builds bigger lists, but still not always the best option: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post7939758 )

      (ii) An opt-in on the home page/any page/every page of a content-rich blog/site (less popular, builds smaller lists, typically more work, can be best - "the biggest list" and "the list that produces most income" are usually two different things, and there are reasons for that)

      (iii) A squeeze-page hosted for you by your autoresponder company - 'GetResponse' has some good ones (possible, maybe not optimal, never my choice)

      (iv) A third-party service which gives you a free squeeze-page set-up hosted on a subdomain of their site, linkable to your autoresponder company (this usually comes with strings and catches, some obvious and others not at all, looks far less professional, never my choice)

      In my opinion, the sensible choice is between options (i) and (ii) above (I think (i) is generally easier and (ii) is often better).

      Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

      So it sounds like no one recommends promoting clickbank products directly on a website or blog.
      I have some ClickBank "promotions" (+ affiliate-links) on my sites/blogs, but the people who click those links and buy are the people who have got there by following a link in an email from me, having subscribed to my list at an earlier visit to my site.

      Relationships and trust in the recommendation are what sell ClickBank products.

      I think the last person with whom I had a long discussion in a forum-thread about selling ClickBank products with affiliate-links directly from a site/blog (no list) had had 4,000 clicks on an affiliate link, leading to a total of 4 sales of which 2 were refunded. I thought those figures were fairly typical. Some people disagree with me. But if you ask people who are making any significant money from ClickBank, as affiliates, they'll all tell you to build a list.

      There are a few hundred threads in this forum with titles similar to "What's The One Thing You'd Do Differently If You Were Starting Again Tomorrow?". Take a look through a small sample of them, and you'll find that one of the things they all have in common is that they're full of replies from long-established, successful Warriors almost all of whom give the same answer: the thing they'd do differently, with what they know now but didn't know when they started, is "start to build a list on day 1". There are reasons for that, and they're very good and very valid reasons.

      These posts/threads may help you ...

      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post7110523 (i.e. post #9 of this thread, above)
      Is it a good idea to spend some time on building a mailing list ?
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      • Profile picture of the author RickyBobby
        Thank you so much for info!!!

        I have some questions about squeeze pages. Does the squeeze page have its own domain name? How do people find the squeeze page? I can't imagine it has much content on it. All the content and the articles you write, how do they link to the squeeze page? Do you still have a separate website with all your articles that the squeeze page somehow links to or corresponds with? Or are you just trying to build a list and then providing the content and articles to your subscribers via email?

        This stuff is all so confusing. I have been on here reading for days and it is very difficult to find clear and concise answers to these questions. All I hear about is that you have to have a squeeze page to build a big list, but no idea of how to implement one. I picture this page floating out there in no mans land and have no idea how potential customers will ever find it.
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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

          Does the squeeze page have its own domain name?
          It can. It doesn't have to. People quite often use a subdomain of their site for them.

          Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

          How do people find the squeeze page?
          They get sent to it by clicking on a link, typically ... just as you'd generate traffic to any other page.

          Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

          I can't imagine it has much content on it.
          No indeed ... this is almost always so. The idea of a pure "squeeze page" is that it has no distractions, no links to other pages, no other content etc. etc. ... people have to click the button to submit their email address, or click the back button or close the window. The idea is to give them no other options. Striclty speaking, the definition of a "squeeze page" is that it's a page with a prominently incentivized opt-in and no other content. (Otherwise it's a type of "opt-in page" but not a "squeeze page".)

          Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

          All the content and the articles you write, how do they link to the squeeze page?
          It depends how you do it ... I don't actually use squeeze pages any more, myself, in any of my niches (for all the reasons explained here and in the other posts linked to there), but they're a perfectly viable and reasonable system which, of course, countless marketers do use and very successfully. But you can have the opt-in box repeated on every page of a site (in a "sidebar"?), or refer and link in your text to the squeeze-page, with various different internal anchor-texts, or whatever you want.

          If you're making the point that pure squeeze pages tend, overall, not to rank as well in Google (partly because of their lack of text) as other pages, I think you're probably right.

          Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

          Do you still have a separate website with all your articles that the squeeze page somehow links to or corresponds with?
          I have my opt-in in a sidebar (but not with the text/post explaining/incentivizing it, just with "one line" really) so it's on every page. But on my landing-page (home page) I have a fixed-position "first post" with a few little bullet-points incentivizing the opt-in, and I direct nearly all traffic to that page, the idea being that all visitors see my opt-in first. There are other ways.

          Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

          Or are you just trying to build a list and then providing the content and articles to your subscribers via email?
          Yes, this also. Some of the stuff I send them by email is actually already on my site, and in theory they could have read some of it there in a different form, but that doesn't seem to matter at all (and most of them don't, anyway).

          Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

          This stuff is all so confusing. I have been on here reading for days and it is very difficult to find clear and concise answers to these questions.
          Yes, I agree and sympathize entirely. It's as you say. :rolleyes: :p

          The reasons are that many people posting aren't aware of all the alternatives. Some are repeating what they see others say. Some have found a method that works for them and simply announce "This is what you do", perhaps not quite appreciating that there are other options and that some of them may be better.

          Ultimately, you can (and should!) test different things and see what works well for you. But (a) this is always easier said than done, of course, and (b) you have to start with something and choose what it's going to be, and decide what to test, too.

          Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

          All I hear about is that you have to have a squeeze page to build a big list
          Yes, you see a lot of this.

          In all my experience and testing (over 6-month periods, testing the responsiveness of the lists built, not just their size!), I learned that squeeze pages build bigger lists and make less money. In every niche. For me.

          Part of "learning from a forum" (actually a very big part!) involves more or less "deciding by whom you want to be guided". Not always easy. On the subject of list-building, in my opinion a good question to ask yourself, when reading people's opinions is "Does what's being said here actually rest on the assumption that the biggest list is inevitably and necessarily the best outcome?" If it does, then you might want to be very careful about accepting it unquestioningly, because that's actually a deeply mistaken assumption. In almost all aspects of internet marketing, quality is going to trump quantity, every single time.

          Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

          I picture this page floating out there in no mans land and have no idea how potential customers will ever find it.
          They'll find it the same way they'd find your website if you weren't building a list, i.e. "in accordance with whatever your traffic-generation plan is". Whatever sort of website you have, whether it's a blog or not, whether it has a squeeze-page or not, whether you're building a list or not, you need traffic, which means you need a traffic-generation plan. "Ranking in Google" is not a traffic-generation plan. (Well, it can be, and for many people it's their only one; but as far as selling ClickBank products as an affiliate goes - and that's what this thread is about, after all - it's a very poor one. The "horrible combination", almost doomed to total failure, is the combination of using SEO traffic, and promoting IM/MMO products with high gravities and not building a list at all. This is just insane - I almost defy anyone to make any money worth talking about, that way. That's in my opinion, of course!).
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          • Profile picture of the author RickyBobby
            Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post


            Part of "learning from a forum" (actually a very big part!) involves more or less "deciding by whom you want to be guided". Not always easy. On the subject of list-building, in my opinion a good question to ask yourself, when reading people's opinions is "Does what's being said here actually rest on the assumption that the biggest list is inevitably and necessarily the best outcome?" If it does, then you might want to be very careful about accepting it unquestioningly, because that's actually a deeply mistaken assumption. In almost all aspects of internet marketing, quality is going to trump quantity, every single time.

            in my opinion, of course!).
            I really appreciate your thorough response and taking the time to answer my questions. I feel I am so much closer to being on the path to success than I have ever been since I first started be an "affiliate marketer" a little over a year ago. To be honest, I didn't give it enough of my attention or effort to make it work. I was more or less expecting instant results and gave up on it quickly when I didn't get what I was looking for. I probably would've stuck with if I had the guidance and right information.

            I have been reading a lot of your posts and you are just a never ending supply of quality information. A lot of your views, opinions, and beliefs make so much sense to me. I love how you are so informative and easy to understand. If I am going to model myself after and be guided by someone, it would be you
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            • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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              Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

              To be honest, I didn't give it enough of my attention or effort to make it work. I was more or less expecting instant results and gave up on it quickly when I didn't get what I was looking for.
              Many of us have kind of "been there", one way or another. For what it's worth, it always seems to me that most people greatly overestimate what they can achieve quickly; but on a brighter note, I think it's equally easy greatly to underestimate what you can achieve slowly.

              Originally Posted by RickyBobby View Post

              If I am going to model myself after ... ...
              Thank you for your kind comments. Good luck and good wishes: I can only caution you that the shoes won't suit you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chaseleger
    Hi there,

    If you are making blogs and YouTube videos, try linking both up to each other. Also, in your blogs, are you focusing any time or attention on the keywords and other SEO optimizing tools to try and rank your websites any higher?
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  • Profile picture of the author jonzathe
    google pay per click is not allowed...you will have your ad banned : /
    happened to me a while back...
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  • Profile picture of the author visimedia
    if everything converts poorly, I'm afraid whether you have poor sales page/ offer, or you target the wrong/ non-targeted traffic.
    If you try to promote a house to people who wants to rent a car, it will be a totally non-targeted traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author EllenMoore
    Originally Posted by jbaran View Post

    What are the best ways to promote click bank products? facebook ads convert poorly, Google pay per click is Evil, what else is out there?
    YouTube, Pinterest. Have you tried article marketing and guest posting?
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  • Profile picture of the author m5smiley
    According to clickbank the best way is to setup your own website or e-store. Perhaps this is easiest if you are just starting out. Just create the website and drive traffic. Then later get into list building and more complicated marketing.

    I think writing reviews on the products is a solid way to sell people. Allowing other readers to also post reviews can help as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by m5smiley View Post

      Then later get into list building and more complicated marketing.
      There probably won't be any sales to start you off, without list-building. You need to start the list-building on the first day, not "later".

      And to design your website around the fact that its primary purpose is to build the list.

      For selling ClickBank products, list-building itself isn't "more complicated marketing": it's fundamental, basic and essential. Otherwise you end up starting a thread 3 months later asking "What did I do wrong?" and everyone here who's actually making a living from ClickBank will give exactly the same answer: you didn't start to build a list on day one.

      Is it a good idea to spend some time on building a mailing list ?

      Without Building a List, How Consistent is Your Income from Affiliate Marketing

      Does anyone even make money online without an email list?

      There are many ways to make money online without list-building - being a ClickBank affiliate isn't one of them.
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      • Profile picture of the author justlikemagik
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        There probably won't be any sales to start you off, without list-building. You need to start the list-building on the first day, not "later".

        And to design your website around the fact that its primary purpose is to build the list.

        For selling ClickBank products, list-building itself isn't "more complicated marketing": it's fundamental, basic and essential. Otherwise you end up starting a thread 3 months later asking "What did I do wrong?" and everyone here who's actually making a living from ClickBank will give exactly the same answer: you didn't start to build a list on day one.

        Is it a good idea to spend some time on building a mailing list ?

        Without Building a List, How Consistent is Your Income from Affiliate Marketing

        Does anyone even make money online without an email list?

        There are many ways to make money online without list-building - being a ClickBank affiliate isn't one of them.
        Question for you, Alexa. I realize that you have moved away from squeeze pages. Are your sites built around the focus on one clickbank product, or do you build a site focused within the niche and then sell multiple clickbank products within that niche? Are you doing something like a blog where you have a few posts a week, or are your sites more stagnant and focused merely on getting that email and then sending all your content via email?
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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Originally Posted by justlikemagik View Post

          Question for you, Alexa. I realize that you have moved away from squeeze pages. Are your sites built around the focus on one clickbank product, or do you build a site focused within the niche and then sell multiple clickbank products within that niche?
          Yes, I always build a site within a niche, and then sell multiple ClickBank (and sometimes one or two other) products within that niche.

          First-time visitors to my sites are unlikely to notice a ClickBank product being promoted at all, and I sell far more of them, that way.

          Originally Posted by justlikemagik View Post

          Are you doing something like a blog where you have a few posts a week
          Three new posts/articles per month (each site), but most visitors don't read many of them anyway, which is fine with me (because I re-use their content, eventually, in my autoresponder email series).

          I'm an article marketer, it's true, but I don't particularly want visitors reading the articles on my site (they are all there, though, just not very prominently): the purpose of my niche sites is simply to collect the visitors' email addresses, and all their other content is incidental, by comparison with that objective.

          Originally Posted by justlikemagik View Post

          or are your sites more stagnant and focused merely on getting that email and then sending all your content via email?
          Yes ... they look like "static sites". They're actually updated with new content three times a month each; most visitors wouldn't notice that, though Google does, for what that's worth (which isn't very much, because however well you rank, search-engine traffic is still crap traffic, for ClickBank sales: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post8659398 ).
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  • Profile picture of the author jgant
    Originally Posted by jbaran View Post

    What are the best ways to promote click bank products? facebook ads convert poorly, Google pay per click is Evil, what else is out there?
    Facebook works quite well if you craft great pre-selling content to which you funnel your ad traffic to. Better yet, incorporate an opt in form in the entire process.

    For example, I published an article listing out 20 X for Y. It was great and informative. After 5 points loaded with info, I asked for an opt in to get the rest of the article. Then I immediately forwarded the subscriber to the remaining content which was a pre-sell article on a merchant's sit. The Aweber forwarding link was an affiliate link. I got a lot of subscribers and commissions.

    You can pretty much do this with any great content ... seamlessly fit it in with the product you're promoting. I would have earned more commissions without the opt in form, but I prefer getting subscribers when possible.

    Once you have your email list, promote CB products as well. Always address an issue with content, give some good info and frame the product as the ultimate solution.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sumit D Thakur
    There are many ways but the best thing will be that you make a list momentously ..
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  • Profile picture of the author carlamae
    The number one way to promote anything is to learn exactly who your target market is! This isn't an easy task, but very necessary to get down to the brass tax. All the best to you!
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanLima
    I like and use RedShifted method quite often when Im marketing on youtube. This method really works well especially for list building Send everything to s SQUEEZE page first!
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  • Profile picture of the author avago
    Once you have built your list - load the emails to your facebook Page as a Custom Audience.
    1. From Your Facebook Page click Build Audience top right
    2. Then Import Contacts
    3. Facebook will then try and match your emails to existing facebook accounts to build your custom audience.
    4. Give your audience a relevant name so you can select it when you create an ad or boost a post.
    Then you can purchase ads targeted to this custom audience as an effective follow up. You will get a better click through from your facebook ad as your list is already interested.

    Important: In your facebook ad don't blatantly Promote, or use garish Images - be tasteful and say something useful that people will share.

    If you post some catching relevant images your facebook custom audience will share and like your facebook page.
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  • Profile picture of the author ronny89
    Create a squeeze page, then drive traffic to it. Offer something valuable and build a list.
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    Build a list - promote offers. Long term passive income $$$$



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  • Profile picture of the author NeedBucksNow
    YouTube for sure. Just do a quick review & tell people the benefits from joining.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark-Dickenson
    The best way to promote Clickbank products is to create your own Clickbank product.

    Other people will be promoting for you rather than you spending your time and money building their business.

    This way, you will be building a buyers list...and you can promote other people's products to your buyers list.

    I hope this helps

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  • Profile picture of the author stews
    Appropriate website, article marketing, classifieds, pay per click, etc - Discover and use as many avenues you can afford until you find the one's that pay off for you
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    • Profile picture of the author Ged Clayson
      Best way to promote Clickbank products.

      Alexa has said it all really. She has provided the blueprint for this form of marketing and if followed, it will produce results. Whatever you do, and however you do it, make sure to build a list.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claire Koch
      Thats good advice. You do NOT have to have a list. Its very wise but not the end all. Free traffic works my friends if you have time work on it and get your ads all over the net. FYI article marketing is not dead.

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      Appropriate website, article marketing, classifieds, pay per click, etc - Discover and use as many avenues you can afford until you find the one's that pay off for you
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  • Profile picture of the author jamescanz
    YouTube for targeted keywords works well.

    Facebook ads to squeeze page (with Clickbank products in the mix)...

    Also works well
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  • Profile picture of the author Derrickmiller
    Craiglist, pinterest is great for paid up traffic, Try G+, FB pages/groups for free traffic, Create a YouTube channel and promote your product with short creative videos. Keep your blog contents original with important and helpful information.
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  • You can built a review site or blog sites for promote these products .Do some SMO techniques like FB fanpage,Youtube videos for these blogs.It will help you definitely .
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  • Profile picture of the author Twittchef
    For me Pinterest is working very well! I have +90000 Followers and get a bunch of repins for nearly every pin... In a ratio of 1:15 i promote CB products and send the people to my blog reviews. This is working very well for weight loss and cooking/recipe products, because the majority of the Pinterest members are female...

    If you have no list yet, you can start on this way...
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  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Collins
    The best way I have found over the years is to just concentrate 100% in building your lists! Then you can promote your clickbank products over and over again. However, I have found far more lucrative products to promote to my lists than clickbank.
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  • Profile picture of the author pilot47
    it shouldn't matter if it's clickbank or JVZoo product... same strategies work for everything... I should think
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  • Profile picture of the author maxsi
    Youtube + subdomains marketing. They are very good to make more sales... ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author QueenMelanie
    I like creating an informative site about a certain niche, and then write review for different clickbank products (keeping the reviews in separate category), and having banners on the site and ends of other articles..
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