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The Best Advice I Could Ever Give A ClickBank Newbie Affiliate Marketer.

Discussion in 'ClickBank' started by NCMedia, May 7, 2008.

  1. extraincome

    extraincome Peon

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    #81
    this is really great for newbies, thank you!
    SEMrush
     
    extraincome, Nov 25, 2008 IP
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    #82
    It just goes to show....I should visit this forum more often. Thanks for the great info!
     
    LiveAds247, Nov 25, 2008 IP
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    #83
    Wow! That was a fantastic post. Thanks for taking the time to do it. For GoDaddy coupons always check www.fatwallet.com they always seem to have the latest and several coupons.

    Other than the fantastic information I think the most meaningful part was to stick with it despite possible failures in the beginning. My motto "Failure Is Not An Option!"
     
    athena08, Dec 3, 2008 IP
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    #84
    Awesome Article!

    Also goes to show the great info the search function can bring up.

    This was exactly the info I was in search of.

    Thanks Again!
     
    waskmedia, Jan 6, 2009 IP
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    #85
    Great post, I have just got into Internet Marketing in the past 2 weeks and have been plugging away on my first landing page. NCMedia your products look pretty slick, I've joined up to your site and will be promoting something from your list.
     
    arifm2k, Jan 6, 2009 IP
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    #86
    Thank you for an excellent and truly helpful post. Regarding Keywords I stick with the free Google Keyword tool since I have read that Google receives approximately 70% of all the search traffic so feel that, since the keyword research tools are providing estimates in their number of searches anyway, why not just stick with the one who dominates the market. So, instead of paying for a keyword tool, that money can be better used elsewhere. Just my $0.02.
     
    athena08, Jan 13, 2009 IP
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    #87
    Thanks for this great guide! I will keep in mind every word, it is really useful! Indeed, promoting products through Clickbank needs effort, patience and specific careful steps.
     
    ckgni, Jan 13, 2009 IP
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    #88
    Great post. Im coming into a little bit late but I especially liked the part above. I didnt know you could do that. Is it commonly used?
     
    stevewrightaz, Jan 14, 2009 IP
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    #89
    I agree, I find it to be the most useful information in the post.

    And surprisingly it does a great job and I have seen my sales increase by at least 100% because of it.

    Good stuff.
     
    kingbrend, Jan 15, 2009 IP
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    #90
    Thanks for posting this gem :)
    I'm just starting with clickbank and I couldn't have found a better post.

    Thanks a lot
     
    webtwist-design.com, Jan 15, 2009 IP
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    #91
    Yes... this post is time still relevant even after almost a year.
     
    Tazer Dude, Jan 15, 2009 IP
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    #92
    thanks for helping! I don't understand though...
     
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    #93
    Thanks for the excellent advice.

    I've been trying to follow your posts for a while and I always learn something from you.
     
    eric97, Jan 15, 2009 IP
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    #94
    Well done. Great post. That post is a great example of a pre-sale as well.
     
    T.J., Jan 15, 2009 IP
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    #95
    This guide is just fantastic. I'm following it. Except I don't have money on the internet for my own domain and I don't have a landing page either.

    I have a couple of questions though:
    1) What is a landing page?
    2) Is a landing page really necessary?
    3) If yes, how?

    Please do clear my doubts.

    Thanks.
     
    Skilgannon, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    #96
    This is a great post for newbies at Click Bank and for the old ones too...it always helps to go back to the basics....:)
     
    oscarg33, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    cowsgonemadd3 Well-Known Member

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    #97
    This is a very nice post. I added some rep to you also.
    I think a .info domain is just fine. They are on sale at godaddy for 99 cents now.

    Go to godaddy and buy a .info domain. It will come with FREE hosting. I think the free hosting even has no ads on it. Then start promoting.
     
    cowsgonemadd3, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    I don't know where do begin myself. Do be sincere Ezine Articles haven't converted for me. They have helped a lot in terms of SEO, but never ever drove true conversions to my affiliate sites.

    Every article goes live gets some traffic, then it dies off slowly. Is there any trick to keep them flooding our sites with serious traffic? Except keyword optimization which in fact is what all of us do when writing/outsourcing an article.

    I have tried YouTube videos before and haven't got any results with them, is there any trick? The single and only real conversions came through the search engines, at least that is what worked for me. (and PPC).

    This is what doesn't work :

    And I'd highly recommend every not to use such methods, they are just a huge waste of time/ which means money.

    - Ezines Advertising - Just another Bullshit.
    - Social Media (submission/spam) - Google doesn't like it.
    - Classified ads - These sites are there just for the sake of being there.
    - Myspace / Facebook / Twitter - people don't want you to spoon feed your products to them.
    - PPC networks (other than yahoo search marketing and adwords)
    - Forum marketing


    And there are still some more which I have omitted (advanced black-hat methods which might get your clickbank account disabled -- stay away from those).

    Another good question -- on the long run which is better? Blogs or Landing Pages ?
     
    evelinawilliams007, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    #99
    A landing page is a site where the customer first lands (LOL, hence the name), and you have the chance to pre sell a product or service, then, once the convinced customer goes to the next page (the actual site with the product you will get comission from) he or she will make the purchase. (this is, of course, the perfect scenario).
    You need a landing page if you want higher conversions (sales)... It's just like that, at the beginning I didn't understand why... But now i find logic to it... It's like if someone tells you "hey! X product is very cool, it works so good, I can't beleive I was living without it" It gets your interest and next time you go to the store and you see the product you may purchase it (otherwise you may have gone to the store pass right by the product not even noticing it).
    Hope this helps :)
     
    digitalkev, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    #100
    You are just not doing it right. Lots of people use ezine to send converting traffic.
     
    cowsgonemadd3, Jan 16, 2009 IP