How to make a Clickbank Sales Page

by vctrfs
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So I've been working all day on my eBook for my upcomming product that I am going to sell on clickbank and I even have the website all lined up for it. But the new problem I am facing is how do I go about creating a site to sell it on. I got alot of great templates that I want to use, but I don't know how to edit. Is there something online that use to help me edit a sales template? Should I just use wordpress?

What would be something that would both be appealing and make people want to buy? Its for an Amazon Associate Product I am going to be selling soon on CB.
#clickbank #make #page #sales
  • Profile picture of the author MilesBaker
    Wordpress is great! Or outsource the design.
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  • Profile picture of the author CalinDan
    Use Wordpress mate. Works great, saves time and it's very versatile.

    To help the process go even faster and better you might want to check out OptimizePress or MarketerPlugin. These will help you on every upcoming project as well.

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  • Profile picture of the author khooster1
    Wordpress is good but it is only a platform.

    You need outstanding sales page /copywriting to sell your product.

    I suggest you outsource this part to professionals. You can easily find them in Warrior For Hired sub-forum
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  • Profile picture of the author jbsmith
    Wordpress using something like OptimizePress is a good alternative, there are some good basic page templates (in addition to your sales page you will also need a download page and likely will want a landing/squeeze page as you market your product)

    Others have mentioned the importance of your really is the key to success with any online business, but especially selling information like ebooks.

    You have to clearly target a desire, re-create/tap into the emotions around that desire, convince your audience that you have the product that will provide the benefits they are looking for, craft a well thought out offer and close the deal...all within your sales letter.

    I would suggest you take a first crack at it yourself and then perhaps (if you can) invest in a copywriter to review and revise rather than develop your sales page from scratch. This can often be less expensive and you start learning how to write copy.

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