How many sales do you make with 1000

by Laurn
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How many sales do you make with 1000 visitors on your review site? I know its difficult to answer but just looking for some approximate figure.
I have 15 pinterest accounts and each of them have 10K - 12K real followers and I am looking forward to create a review website. If I work hard on these pinterest accounts I can get 8,000-10,000 visitors a day. Therefore I need to know how many sales do you get with 1000 visitors.

Thanx
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  • Profile picture of the author Laurn
    Anybody. ?
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  • Profile picture of the author gluckspilz
    Are we talking about you sending your visitors to a review site or them searching up what they are looking for.
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    • Profile picture of the author Laurn
      sending visitors to my site when they click on the pins
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  • Profile picture of the author DubDubDubDot
    Considering you are selling 1,000 Pinterest followers in your sig, shouldn't you already know this kind of stuff?

    In any event, you haven't provided enough information for anyone to answer. All we know is that you are selling something and 1,000 people are looking at it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Laurn
      Im not selling the accounts anymore forgot to edit the signature. Im asking this because Ive never tried selling anything
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  • Profile picture of the author affiliatez
    I have tried Clickbank and other network like Markethealth for digi and physical Health products, the Conversion rate is around 2%.

    So, 1000 Unique Leads to Sale page can rake in 20 sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chad Eljisr
    What if instead of having a regular review site you send them to a squeeze page, a facebook fanpage or even a review site that is actually geared toward converting those visitors to subscribers - and "sell" them the idea of them subscribing to your "Review Newsletter", so you can go back to them again and again.

    At least this way you are building a real asset - a list of targeted prospects to whom you can market more than once.

    I know, it sounds like much more work, but it's also much more profitable...
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    • Profile picture of the author DubDubDubDot
      Originally Posted by Chad Eljisr View Post

      "sell" them the idea of them subscribing to your "Review Newsletter"
      How many times have you been in the market to buy something and signed up for a review newsletter?
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      • Profile picture of the author Chad Eljisr
        Of course, if you call it "my affiliate reviews newsletter", I won't subscribe .. LOL... But if it's about "Top California Wines on a Budget" or "Best Photo Gear Deals", you bet I may sign up...

        Like with anything, I would sign up if I see value for me...

        Originally Posted by DubDubDubDot View Post

        How many times have you been in the market to buy something and signed up for a review newsletter?
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  • Profile picture of the author gluckspilz
    A review site is more for organic searches. If you are going to send your visitor to a website. You may as well capture their emails then sell them whatever you want then.
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  • Profile picture of the author DiggitySEO
    This is completely speculative.

    If you have a HOT keyword like "best massage table" then conversions are going to be through the roof. People are searching for the best product possible because theyre about to buy one.

    If your website is around something like "reviews of ____" this is decent, but not as hot as "best ______".
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  • Profile picture of the author johneaston
    With the traffic already good to go it seems like sending them to a opt-in page is indeed your best bet. Your main focus should be what product you plan to sale your guest, and the best way to answer that is how you're generating the leads.
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  • Profile picture of the author KyleMallory
    I think you've got the wrong kind of traffic for a review site. Review sites are usually only helpful to people who are actively searching for something they need, and they need advice to make a decision. Are people on Pinterest looking for something to buy? Probably not, though I will admit I'm not an expert on the site.

    I think you're better off finding offers your followers will be interested in; hopefully the accounts you have on Pinterest are each in a single subject area. If they are, then it should be easy to find offers on related products. You send them to a sales funnel or direct link to the product.
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  • Profile picture of the author xpesos
    I have tried pinterest for selling products, couple of months ago i used to get 1-2 sales for every 1000 visitors, but then things changed, i did not got any sale for 10000 visitors, so i decided to move on and removed the affiliate links
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    Too much info missing. For example:

    How targeted is the traffic?
    What's the price range of the products?
    How are the reviews written?
    How good is the sales copy?

    There's more but those come to mind first. No one can give you an intelligent answer without more info.

    Direct selling is tough. Landing on a review and then off to a sales page. Ugh. Most people won't even stay on the review page unless they're really interested in what's there.

    A better approach is to set up a lead capture page related to a particular product. Get the sub. Wine and dine with great content and a freebie now and then. Once you've built a relationship then start recommending stuff.

    Even without knowing what you're trying to do I'd say your conversion rate would be just about none.

    Good luck.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by DubDubDubDot View Post

      How many times have you been in the market to buy something and signed up for a review newsletter?
      One of the things I'm observing about Pinterest is that once you get past the link spam boards and the amazon affiliates that are borderline link spam, the pin boards tend to be aspirational.

      People collecting images of stuff they want. Stuff they intend to buy. Stuff they want to learn and learn about.

      So people clicking through from this source might just be interested in a newsletter that promised to teach them about the products on the pin board.

      I probably would not call it "XYZ Review Newsletter", but Consumer Reports seems to do pretty well with the concept of providing info and reviews...
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  • Profile picture of the author OptimizationLab
    As many already have mentioned there is not an universal conversion rate. Could be 20% to 0.001% depending on the quality of the traffic, how well the products offered matches their interest and how well optimised your website is. So they only way to find out in this case is to try if if you think it is worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Omarkenawy
    I think you ask for conversion rate that depends on varies things but the most important one is how to get the idea of keep yourself always connected with your 1000. It means you must be busy in building Trust and Credibility with your visitors. I know it takes some time and efforts on your behalf but also it will bring you some great sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author bymarcot
    You better use Adsense on your site than Amazon cause pinterest traffic isn`t working with Amazon.

    Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author larryboy03
    I have a new review site which gets around 100 unique visitors a day and makes between 2-5 sales on a daily basis. That's traffic coming from search engines and it's targeted from "buying" keywords. I promote amazon products which also makes people feel safe while buying products.
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  • Profile picture of the author stolf
    Originally Posted by Laurn View Post

    How many sales do you make with 1000 visitors on your review site?
    Between 50-90 sales, from 1000 link clicks. And 1000 visitor to site with a 20% CTR would be around 15 sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author dl2000
    Some of these replies are mind boggling.
    It's impossible to say how many sales you'd get, or even approximately how many. No way of knowing.
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    • Profile picture of the author stolf
      Originally Posted by dl2000 View Post

      Some of these replies are mind boggling.
      It's impossible to say how many sales you'd get, or even approximately how many. No way of knowing.
      Yes its impossible to say how many he will get, but he asked: How many sales do you make with 1000 visitors on your review site?
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    • Profile picture of the author savidge4
      Originally Posted by dl2000 View Post

      Some of these replies are mind boggling.
      It's impossible to say how many sales you'd get, or even approximately how many. No way of knowing.
      huh? There are general standards such as 3% some are a little higher, some are a bit lower. But 3% is a great place to shoot for. Once you have that number, some good solid A/B testing can get your overall results even higher.

      The ONLY variable in all of this is the sales copy and that is it.
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