CB Affiliates! Would you promote product if the sales page popup opt-in forms

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Hi CB affiliates:

I'm just curios about your opinion. I have seen more vendor's sales page has pop up window to ask you stay on the page when you try to leave. If you click stay on the page, you'll be redirected to a squeeze page. Which means you get opt-in to vender's list.

Will you promote these vendor's products?
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  • Profile picture of the author Cool Hand Luke
    Nope. I don't send my traffic to vendors so that they can pad their email lists.
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  • Profile picture of the author John P
    As papuanac1971 said almost all CB products have popups.You can just send some traffic directly to test the waters.

    If the product coverts then just make a landing page for it were you can add your own popup and collect emails
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  • Profile picture of the author HarrieB
    Depends entirely on the sales pages and the traffic you are sending.

    I have had huge success with some products which had popups but some of them didn't convert well coz the sales page was not that good.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by blueston View Post

    CB Affiliates! Would you promote product if the sales page popup opt-in forms
    The answer is a big, round, perfectly formed "no".

    Almost no serious, successful affiliate will ever do this: it's one of the classic examples of a "leaky sales page".

    They'll ask the vendor to put up an additional version of the page without the pop-up, to give their affiliates the choice, and if the vendor won't do that, they'll understand what the vendor's really telling them about how he likes to do business, and promote someone else's product instead. It's as simple as that.

    There's a very big thread discussing every possible aspect of this question, right here: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...oduct-opt.html
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    • Profile picture of the author blueston
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      The answer is a big, round, perfectly formed "no".

      Almost no serious, successful affiliate will ever do this: it's one of the classic examples of a "leaky sales page".

      They'll ask the vendor to put up an additional version of the page without the pop-up, to give their affiliates the choice, and if the vendor won't do that, they'll understand what the vendor's really telling them about how he likes to do business, and promote someone else's product instead. It's as simple as that.

      There's a very big thread discussing every possible aspect of this question, right here: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...oduct-opt.html
      Thanks Alexa for your reference. I was a little bit skeptical about the purpose of having the opt-in on vendor's sales page. I have notice a few vendors have very plain sales page as the landing page, but once you want to exit it will pop up a window to ask you stay for some wonderful gift. Once you choose to stay, you will see a very appealing squeeze page. That tells something about the vendor.
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  • Profile picture of the author conanedo
    No i don't want to promote product like that, i think Alexa Smith already share tips to choose the product http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post2161932
    I like your tips very much


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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    yes I think of this as building someone elses list for them.

    Build your own list. I mean why get paid $0 for building someone elses,

    Your list is the best asset you can build with clickbank. I do about $10k a month on clickbank and I can tell you, it takes hard work, and you do not want to just piss that hard work away!

    Always have a list first, and redirect them to sales pages in clickbank that way. I see tons of people in here whining about clickbank doesnt work. BS, is what I say to that, but you have to learn about list building if you want to kill it there on clickbank, it works like gangbusters!

    Most the top 100 clickbank vendors on clickbank are hard core list builders or leverage off others who have massive high responsive lists.

    Ask any top IM guru, what their best asset they own is, they will tell you their list of buyers, and then their list of freebie seekers.

    I would say after all the updates, and gmail upates email marketing is working even better in 2013, as most of the idiot spammers are now not seeing results. Those that have built big responsive lists are sticking out like a sore thumb! SO be that person.
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    • Profile picture of the author blueston
      Originally Posted by celente View Post

      Always have a list first, and redirect them to sales pages in clickbank that way. I see tons of people in here whining about clickbank doesnt work. BS, is what I say to that, but you have to learn about list building if you want to kill it there on clickbank, it works like gangbusters!
      I can't agree more on this. I have made mistakes by building a site with reviews and general articles to promote CB products, which I learned from some paid IM blueprint. Something like writing about 30+ keywords target articles and product reviews, each article should have an call to action affiliate link("click here to check out the proven system...." that kind of stuff) in the article body. Although I made some random sales, but never steady.

      I don't know how people consider about the typical product reviews. If I get to a site just have a few articles and a product review says how great that product is, I click away. So I stopped doing it, although it made me some money.

      To be honest, I was not a happy affiliate when I was doing the old way of affiliate marketing. Writing articles, fake reviews, and pretend I was professional in that niche. Building spammy links and wishing to rank on Google. It was totally soulless.

      Right now, I don't promote any CB affiliate links until they are on my list. I'm focusing more on engage readers and build my credit in the niche. I'm actually much happier with what I do now.
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