How do you quickly find other sites promoting the same product as you?

by Kuurt Banned
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Are there any programs that will display all the links going to a sales page URL so that I can quickly find affiliates of that product? I would like to see other people's sites who are promoting the same product as me to see how they are going about it. Maybe I could get some ideas from them that I hadn't thought of, as well as keywords.

Of course I could do my own keyword research, and I will, but it can't hurt to see what my competition is going after. Mostly, I just want to see how they are laying out their sites. I could probably find some affiliate sites by searching some of the keywords, but it sure would speed things up if there were a tool that could do this. Do you know of any?
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  • Profile picture of the author DiggitySEO
    You could throw the target affiliate page into majesticseo.com, but these days people use so many redirects and url shorteners, I doubt you'd be able to trace it back.

    Better yet, run Scrapebox and search for your product name and scrape em up.
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  • Profile picture of the author KyleMallory
    I don't think you'll have any luck searching for links to the sales page, any affiliates will be using their own unique link. Only thing I can think of using Google to search the product, then you'll get the pages that mention the product and those are most likely affiliates.
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    • Profile picture of the author ilim
      Google image could be helpful if product has distinct images, drug to google image search and find similar.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kuurt
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    Ah thanks a lot guys. Kyle's suggestion seem to work really well. When you search for the name of the product in quotes you find a lot of affiliate sites. Seems obvious now, don't know why I was searching my keywords instead of the title of the product.

    The problem I found with searching for an image from the sales page was that a lot of the affiliates don't have that image on their site. But, maybe that depends on the product you're promoting.
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    • Profile picture of the author MYDCOM
      Originally Posted by Kuurt View Post

      Ah thanks a lot guys. Kyle's suggestion seem to work really well. When you search for the name of the product in quotes you find a lot of affiliate sites. Seems obvious now, don't know why I was searching my keywords instead of the title of the product.

      The problem I found with searching for an image from the sales page was that a lot of the affiliates don't have that image on their site. But, maybe that depends on the product you're promoting.
      Yeah, doing google search "product name" is exactly how I would fine other sites promoting the same product.

      If there's too many results for product name you can try "product name review".
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  • Profile picture of the author Kuurt
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    Yeah, I like that even better. When you search "product name review" you are sure to see only sites that are promoting that product. Because usually people who are reviewing it are promoting it. This is helping me a lot to quickly find my competition and see how they're doing things.
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