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ClickBank and Typo Domain

Discussion in 'ClickBank' started by d3wlin, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. #1
    Hello!
    SEMrush
    I have a typo domain of Entrepreneur.com. Is it OK to put products from ClickBank on this typo domain? Or even redirect? I have no experience with affiliate programs, also time to read their terms at the moment.

    Thank you!
     
    d3wlin, Mar 16, 2009 IP
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  2. bl4ckmaN^

    bl4ckmaN^ Well-Known Member

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    Technically, you can, but it's gonna look stupid ;)
     
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    What kind of daily traffic are you seeing from this
     
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    d3wlin Well-Known Member

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    bl4ckmaN^,
    why? I see some really good products at ClickBank that could potentially be interesting for users visiting Entrepreneur.com, for example some tools for entrepreneur, or ebooks.

    domainiac,
    small, about 50 visitors per month, but I think anyway there could be a sale possible per month by doing nothing.
     
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    H3x Active Member

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    Not worth it for 1 sale a month, and i guarantee you won't even get that tbh.
     
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    Redirecting is probably a waste of time, and almost definitely a waste of traffic. With type-in traffic like that, you should be trying to capture them and bring them back. Stick up a short landing page with an opt-in that redirects to a recommended "entrepreneur" work-at-home product.

    Of course, if you're just looking for some way to monetize an old domain with very little work, you can skip the list building bit. Just shove a landing page on there to pre-sell, and forward them on to your chosen offer.
     
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    Sometimes you can BRAND a misspelling of a word.

    Example: google.com should be spelled googol.com. Googol was a real word (a number), but google.com was not.

    Example 2 (from my niche): Teachnology.com is one of the biggest education sites out there. Of course, technology is the real word, but add a letter and you've got TEACH-nology.com. Is a misspelling that works? You bet!

    A misspelling should have something to do with the niche, though... For Entrepreneur, you could have...

    ENTERpreneur.com, for people starting up their own businesses (entering the business world).

    EntrePENeur.com for people who build and sell fancy pens.

    EntrepreNEWER.com for celebrating the most recent entrepreneurial successes.

    These are silly examples, of course... but you get the idea.
     
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    I think it is a bad idea
     
    nikvn, Mar 16, 2009 IP