I dont know what to promote

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I want to promote somthing but im not going to promote any crappy clickbank products. ive been trying to finds somthing of great value which ive found two things but it cost money to join. Which if i did have the money i would join because i bet i could do very well, but right now im just trying to get my foot in the door cheaply.

and please dont give me any lectures about being passionate on the niche i want to do, tbh i dont really care. Im passionate about money not a niche, but im not going to promote scams.
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  • Profile picture of the author Valimai
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by johnrose291 View Post

    I want to promote somthing but im not going to promote any crappy clickbank products.
    I wholeheartedly agree with you.

    I've never promoted any of the crappy ones at all. Fortunately, though, out of the 15,000+ products there to be promoted, in about 300 different niches, there are some really outstanding ones.

    Good luck in finding something suitable, whether at ClickBank or elsewhere.

    Originally Posted by johnrose291 View Post

    Im passionate about money not a niche, but im not going to promote scams.
    I hear you. The easier money in affiliate marketing (are we talking about affiliate marketing, here? I'm guessing we are ...) is in the smaller, less competitive niches. It doesn't matter how big the pie is. What matters is how big your slice of it is. Which is a better prospect: a niche with an online turnover of $1,000,000 and 50,000 marketers competing for the money, or a niche with a turnover of only $50,000 and 250 marketers competing for the money? For me, my chances are ten times as good in the smaller, less competitive niche. And my slice of the pie, the total amount I get to eat (or pay into the bank, if you like) is ten times as big, that way.

    Does this post of Steve Browne's help you? http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post8444821
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  • Profile picture of the author surffab
    I agree with Alexa

    If you don't care about the niche and so on... then do at least some research to find out how big the competition is and if there are some products to promote...
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  • Profile picture of the author Meir
    You need to find first a niche and keyword that you think you can rank with and than chose a product for that niche.

    Finding a great product that is targeting a very competitive and hard to rank won't do you any good.

    To sum up: keywords first - than product.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by Meir View Post

      You need to find first a niche and keyword that you think you can rank with
      This approach is relevant and valid only for people who have already decided, before even selecting a niche, that they want their business to depend to some significant extent on SEO traffic.

      Originally Posted by Meir View Post

      To sum up: keywords first - than product.
      Personally, I would strongly advise the opposite approach.

      I tend to advise people not to put much time, effort and energy 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, in short, are not really much of a "traffic-generating plan" at all: that traffic's very poor quality and often temporary, too. Just reading this forum regularly will convince anyone of that.
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      • Profile picture of the author brentb
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        Personally, I would strongly advise the opposite approach.
        Listen to Alexa, SEO traffic is a nice extra if you are getting it but if you rely on it, you could lose your entire income overnight. I know two companies, each doing hundreds of thousands in revenue per year went out of business with the last few rounds of Google updates because that was their entire strategy. When they lost all traffic they had no idea how to get PPC, affiliate traffic, etc going at a sustainable level and could not support the paychecks of all their SEO experts that were hustling to keep up but couldn't get enough traffic back fast enough.

        Most people on here would be very pleased to be doing even 100k in revenue but if a company doing almost half a mil went down because of Panda, you best believe your business could be gone too, no doubt about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    Imreportcard.com will determinate whatever you promote is a scam or not and there is a reviews section on WF forum too. Choose some popular products in any Niche and check if they are legit, promote them and Boom.
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  • Profile picture of the author papuanac1971
    Originally Posted by johnrose291 View Post

    I want to promote somthing but im not going to promote any crappy clickbank products. ive been trying to finds somthing of great value which ive found two things but it cost money to join. Which if i did have the money i would join because i bet i could do very well, but right now im just trying to get my foot in the door cheaply.

    and please dont give me any lectures about being passionate on the niche i want to do, tbh i dont really care. Im passionate about money not a niche, but im not going to promote scams.
    Everyone is passionate about money but in Im you need to go different way. ClickBank has great valuable product but to be 100% successful you need to try them.
    I buy every product on ClickBank I want to promote because this is the only way I can see inside and can give as much info I can to make potential buyers buy the product.
    Another thing is, push the content and not the money.
    If your primary intention is just to earn money you will fail. Find the need, fully fill it and make money. In other words give people resolution of their problem and money will flood in your bank account by itself!
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