how much visitors does it take to sell 1 clickbank product

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Hi

I have 10 different clickbank product
I just started promoting them today
and i got 1000 visits/ link clicks per product
so in total 10,000 visits/ link clicks
but I sold nothing yet,
am I doing something terribly wrong
or does it take allot more visits to sell a product
then how much does it take (roughly estimated).
#clickbank #product #sell #visitors
  • Profile picture of the author LegendaryGuy1
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    No, it's just that you need to target to the right audience. It's like saying you're promoting a fighting game to people who enjoy games. Just because they enjoy games doesn't mean they enjoy 'fighting style' games.

    Same applies here. Target to a specific audience. This ensures that you get the product seen by people who are interested in the exact type of offer that you are promoting.
    There is also no exact number on how many visitors are needed for you to make a sale. It can be one sale in every 100 visitors or even 10,000. Just try and target to a specific audience.
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    • Profile picture of the author Arclite
      Originally Posted by LegendaryGuy1 View Post

      No, it's just that you need to target to the right audience. It's like saying you're promoting a fighting game to people who enjoy games. Just because they enjoy games doesn't mean they enjoy 'fighting style' games.

      Same applies here. Target to a specific audience. This ensures that you get the product seen by people who are interested in the exact type of offer that you are promoting.
      There is also no exact number on how many visitors are needed for you to make a sale. It can be one sale in every 100 visitors or even 10,000. Just try and target to a specific audience.
      thanks for your post, im selling product of different catagorys, weightloss,datingadvice,muscle workout,abs,makemoney online,
      and im only using social media to promote it,
      would you say im doing a good job in targeting the right audience with the right products?
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  • Profile picture of the author forekast
    Try to start promoting your offers to a more specific category. As LegendaryGuy1 stated, you want to really open your mind here and decide who might be receptive to your offer (or offers).

    Sometimes social media doesn't work that well for converting offers simply because people are often on a network like Facebook to explore and do random time wasting stuff. So they may be less likely to click on something that's related to business or an offer then they would be for something like a gossip news article ad in their news feed.

    It's all about testing and seeing what works the best. I mentioned before to really think outside the box on this, and try to explore what markets and audiences you can present your offer to. Eventually you WILL get it right, but just make sure you don't invest too much money or effort into one tactic if it doesn't seem to be presenting returns.
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  • Profile picture of the author SeoApprentice
    This is a broad question as it depends to alot of factors such as target traffic, and conversion rate.

    if you are sending tons of traffic but no conversion at all that means your product doesnt convert well. you can monitor the behavior of visitor in analytic page > how many people just reach yr sales page then leave (your sales page doesnt attractive?) > some reach your payment page then leave (your price too high?)
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Silvey
      Usually a good product will sell itself, but this is what I usually do.

      1. I shop to market a product [B]I[B]would like or interested in; an item I would buy/or bought.

      2. The landing page has to show quality/value and not to pitchy, but factual.

      3. Marketing Material - I scrounge up or create the marketing material I need. Often enough the vendors might have a great product, but are not good promoters like high pitch or exaggerated email swipes.

      4. Marketing - Try various marketing methods and networks. Some networks maybe a bit saturated with particular products and visitors will develop ad blindness. Try another network, or change the ad. If you are promoting something like 6 min abs on a banner network, change the artwork on the banner.
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      • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
        Originally Posted by Chris Silvey View Post

        Usually a good product will sell itself, but this is what I usually do.
        That might be true of a product that's established rep and is subject to positive word of mouth, however at the initial point of the chain people have likely purchased based upon the quality of its marketing, unless they took a blind leap of faith...
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  • Profile picture of the author bmoore62
    10,000 clicks and no sales? Either your offer is flawed or your traffic is flawed. If you're sure you have a viable offer, make sure your traffic is targeted.

    You're just going to have to test whether it's the offer or the traffic. Don't put all your eggs in one basket and promote via Facebook, for example, because your target market may not hang out there.

    Yes, Facebook is huge, but not everybody lives there. It depends on what you're trying to market. Just test and get a feel for what might work.
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    • Profile picture of the author fatloss
      Indeed, just as one internet marketer you will be certainly impaired using "CB". These people only present you with the signal termed "Gravity" in which affirms Absolutely nothing in relation to conversions. It only affirms that a merchandise is usually offering over other people (or not) nevertheless, you have no idea of just how much traffic seemed to be required to produce those people gross sales - 1000 website visitors, 1. 000. 000 etc).
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    • Profile picture of the author fatloss
      You happen to be merely likely to must test out whether it is the provide or even the targeted visitors. Tend not to fit all of your ovum in a single basket as well as advertise by way of Myspace, for instance, simply because your current target audience might not have fun at this time there.
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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    If you generate targeted traffic from the right place, from each 100 visitors, you should get sales at least 1 copy.

    10,000 clicks/ visitors no sales - it is not reasonable. You need to check what source the 10,000 clicks.
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  • Profile picture of the author mattpaul2000
    You know, I get asked this all the time but it will depend upon the quality of the sales copy, the design and how targeted the traffic is.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ethan Chong
    Damn, 10,000 clicks via your hoplinks and seriously no sales?!?!

    There's really something wrong with either your source of traffic or product or both.

    Try targeting the right audience with the right product. To do this, simply imagine yourself in their shoes. If you were met with the same problem, would you want to purchase the solution (affiliate offer) to their problems?

    - Ethan
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  • Profile picture of the author LuckyIMer
    Targeted advertising would definitely be your best option, FB, twitter etc are very good ways to get your word out...
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  • Profile picture of the author sunnykgupta
    From a personal experience. In the current niche that I promote, I get one sale per 150 customers. ($26/150 customers).

    This is a pretty bad conversion ratio, but then my visitors are organic so I do not need to invest in acquisition.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      The thread's over three months old, but I suppose it's timeless. In fact there's a thread pretty similar to this one started off about once a week.

      The bottom line, in my opinion, is that people who have learned and understand the three fundamental things you need to do correctly, to become a successful ClickBank affiliate, tend to do really well with it - but almost nobody else does, at all.

      There's an enormous number of different ways of promoting ClickBank-type informational products, but it seems to me that all the successful ways, that actually work and bring affiliates money, have these three things in common: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post7110523


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  • Profile picture of the author Entrecon
    I thought this was going to be a trick question. The answer is just 1. It only takes one visitor to buy 1 product. That visitor may be the first person to click through to your site or it might the 10,000th. As mentioned by almost everyone in this thread, the key is to find the right people clicking through to your site. If I go over to Fiverr and purchase a couple of gigs to provide traffic and have 20,000 clicks to my site, I have probably just wasted my money because they are probably not real people and even if they
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by Entrecon View Post

      The answer is just 1. It only takes one visitor to buy 1 product.
      You're so right. This is one of those "I wish I'd said that" comments.

      Please don't be too cross with me, if I "borrow" that line, some time, when a recincarnation of this thread appears (probably next week).

      Originally Posted by Entrecon View Post

      If I go over to Fiverr and purchase a couple of gigs to provide traffic and have 20,000 clicks to my site, I have probably just wasted my money because they are probably not real people and even if they
      This sentence reminded me, a little of Schubert's unfinished symphony. There are two types of forum response, perhaps: those that end with some completion and closure, and those


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  • Profile picture of the author seekdefo
    It takes exactly 119 visitors to make a sale, not more not less.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joe Lumbergh
    Impossible to say. But over 10'000 visitors and no sale, that screams "untargeted traffic". stay patient bro
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  • Profile picture of the author Angshuman Dutta
    Did you recruit affiliates? That's the key to selling on CB. If you just put up hundreds of products there and wait for the money to flood your account that's probably not gonna happen. Recruit affiliates and you'll start selling.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Originally Posted by Arclite View Post

    so in total 10,000 visits/ link clicks
    but I sold nothing yet,
    am I doing something terribly wrong
    It seems to me that you traffic is not targeted at all.

    Anyone can get 10,000 clicks and make no sales if the traffic is bad. The traffic can be robots clicking on your link and not real people who are interested in a solution to their problem.

    Seems to me that you bought something like:

    Get 10,000 clicks for just $29.99. Those clicks are never real people and just a computer generated clicks.
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  • Profile picture of the author iamgoutam
    I think you are doing something wrong! I don't have any website but working for 7 days i am now making average 4$ perday from lead. I did not work more & i've developed plan and will start working very soon
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    how much visitors does it take to sell 1 clickbank product
    How many therapists does it take to change a light bulb?

    Only one...but the light bulb has to want to change!

    Old thread week it seems.
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    1,000 clicks per product and zero sales means one of two things.

    Either your products/salespages are crap or the traffic you were sending to those offers was low quality.

    Only you will know the answer to that.

    You can send 1,000,000 untargeted prospects to a page and still make no sales.

    It's all about quality of traffic and how targeted they are to the product you are trying to sell.
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  • Profile picture of the author ddev
    Don't know your source of traffic but with ClickBank you have a "small" problem:

    They don't show you the average "Earnings Per Click" (EPC) or a conversion % (public).

    Compared with other platforms (like JVZoo or WarriorPlus and tons more), the information that they give you will help you just for Nothing.

    Yes, as an affiliate you're absolutely blind with "CB". They just give you an indicator called "Gravity" that says Nothing about conversions. It just says that a product is selling more than others (or not) but you don't know how much traffic was required to make those sales - 1000 visitors, 1.000.000 etc).

    In fact you may find product with less gravity than others that conver 500% better than others with a higher number (i wrote a post with examples about this some time ago) so, what you have helps for nothing.

    Imho, their > public < stats are absolutely horrible.
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  • I have said this before and I will say it again and again,

    I get traffic from old Yahoo Answers questions I have answered before that get me about 2-3 clicks/hops and they get me at least one sale.

    That is how great this works. Trust me, it's not all about getting a lot of traffic.....but more so on getting targeted traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author WeavingThoughts
    I'm 100% sure you had a reach of 1000 people per product with perhaps just 1 click or something like that.
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  • Profile picture of the author LuckyIMer
    In general from every 100 visitors you get 1 sale, but it depends where you are getting the traffic from and whether if the traffic are targeted or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Pambos
    Originally Posted by Arclite View Post

    Hi

    I have 10 different clickbank product
    I just started promoting them today
    and i got 1000 visits/ link clicks per product
    so in total 10,000 visits/ link clicks
    but I sold nothing yet,
    am I doing something terribly wrong
    or does it take allot more visits to sell a product
    then how much does it take (roughly estimated).
    There are multiple variables to look at which could be the cause for such results.

    • Are you driving traffic straight to the sales letter or a pre-sell page?
    • How good/bad is the copy on your pre-sell page?
    • What method are you leveraging in an attempt to generate sales (Review Blog, Squeeze Page + Sales Funnel)?
    • What is the quality of the traffic let alone are you targeting the right audience?

    Just a few key questions you need to ask yourself to help you identify potential problems in your current marketing.

    I hope this helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author alaynaaleah
    Actually it does not matter how many visitor do you have. I need to know how many real visitor, I mean how many targeted visitor do you have? Sometimes we can see there is only 1 visitor, this one visitor buy my product, on the other hand sometimes we follow there are huge visitor 50/ 70, but there is no sell. In this case you should increase the real visitor. not fake visitor.
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