Marketing ideas on

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Hey, I'm very much interested in the weight loss/fitness niche and I've got some ideas on promoting these products.

# 1 idea
I found a weight loss supplement cpa offer on that offers $34 for every lead! So, I would to post an ad on and put some details about how great it is and add my affiliate link. I don't want to create a landing page because the offer page looks convincing and I can always leave my phone number, email, contact info to make people feel better about.

Second idea....
Another idea of my mind is to promote clickbank fitness home fitness course. I found one targeted to women made by jnl fusion a popular fitness model. So, I'm not sure If I want to use a landing page on this one either. I will also promote this product on But what could hurt, really building a sales a page along with it??

Any thoughts on how to better these plans??
#ideas #kijijica #marketing
  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    Not many have good luck with just classified ads (not to say you won't) but it is a hard row to hoe.

    You need a business plan, and a few more traffic ideas.

    Do a search here at the forum looking for traffic strategies.

    and lastly, not setting up a landing page and collecting emails is probably a mistake that you should re-think


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  • Profile picture of the author Rhoda1990
    I'll give it a try anyways!
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  • Profile picture of the author onSubie

    Kijiji isn't the best for this because you have to pay to add a hyperlink in your ad.

    You can put the link in text but then people have to copy and paste it instead of just clicking the link.

    Linking from a classified site to a CPA offer is probably not worth the cost of adding the hyperlink.

    Also- those $34/per lead offers usually have a 'free trial' or cheap intro offer with the re-billing obligations buried deep in the fine print. Be sure you know what the offer is and what your customers will have to do for you to make your $34.

    For both of the offers Maxbounty and Clickbank, you are better off to send traffic to your own squeeze page and build a list. Create a follow up sequence that provides value (fitness/weightloss tips) and promotes the offer you choose.

    - Craigslist lets you drop a link
    - Flyers put up at grocery stores/fitness centres/community centres <-- use your own easy-to-remember URL and have a squeeze page or use a redirect.
    - Local discussion boards and forums for fitness/weight loss

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