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by Sean A McAlister 1 replies
When looking through Click Bank and you find a product
that looks like it is worth promoting and has good searches
for its niche

but has ZERO stats like this


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and really does not have a sales page

what are you to do?


Now...obviously no one else is promoting the product, but that does not
mean it is a bad product.

As Steven pointed out in his Crash Course to Affiliate Marketing thread
lower gravity can be better...and I agree.

But how do you know what percentage you will be making etc.

...and I have emailed a few of the product creators waiting for their replies. I want to ensure that ClickBank would not allow products in which
you would not get paid.

Any feedback?

Sean
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  • Profile picture of the author David McGimpsey
    Originally Posted by The IM Reporter View Post

    I want to ensure that ClickBank would not allow products in which you would not get paid.
    You will always get paid a commission, but it might be as low as 1%:

    Check out the first paragraph where it says affiliates get paid between 1% and 75%

    David
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    • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
      Sean, a product with stats like that, I would stay away from because you
      have absolutely no idea about the product.

      Like I said, a gravity between 30 and 50 is excellent because you know it's
      selling but not everybody and their grandmother is selling it. That's what I
      look for with some rare exceptions.

      But I would never promote a product with no stats.
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