I identified my most popular posts (getting the most traffic from Google), and made a note of the average time on those pages (4 minutes or so). These people must be reading the entire article. Why not endorse a related clickbank product at the end of these posts?
It worked in the sense that I'm sending over hops on a regular basis, however, I'm not getting any conversions.
Maybe understanding Clickbank's analytics will help me.
I don't understand this chart:
Is that the total amount of hops I've sent to each vendor, lifetime, or is that this week, month, etc?
My "Pretty Link" plugin in wordpress says I've sent drastically more clicks. However, "Pretty Link" is lifetime, and that clickbank chart could be weekly, monthly, yearly. I'm not sure.
I'm aware that the best way to make long term money is to build a list. However, I thought if I could at least make a sale or two every couple of weeks I'd really be super motivated.
Also, I'm not sure which strategy for listbuilding is best.
My blog is a pretty big topic (muscle building). There are a range of products I promote.
Would I build a different list, on the same blog, for each product I promote? Creating a follow-up sequence, designed to sell only that product? This sounds like a lot of management to have a different list for every single product I promote.
Alternatively, would I create one central list that covers the main topic (muscle building) and promote multiple products in that follow-up sequence? (This is the method I see most people doing).
Here are some other ideas I've come up with that might increase conversions:
- Instead of inserting my clickbank link, at the end of my post, link over to a pre-sell page, I would get less hops, but the hops I do get would be more qualified
- Create bonuses for each product I recommend
- Target clickbank product names, write a review (competitive, but I'm sure I can rank for something)
- Welcome to any more suggestions, thanks a lot warriors
Thanks in advance