I recently read John Cow which is an eBook about blogging.
Good points to grasp especially if it is a WordPress blog you want to create. However, like all created materials it is seriously out-of-date with exact processes for current Web profits.
Don’t get me wrong here. The information remains rock solid in my opinion. Like the strategy they use to uncover niche keywords that will bring results you are looking for.
Even how they look up ClickBank products that will sale is excellent.
The problem is that ClickBank has dramatically and positively changed the way that you glean information from their network. Therefore, if you use this material in conjunction with the John Cow information I believe you will be well on your way to online profits.
ClickBank is an online service that helps people make money by selling other peoples digital goods. There are entire eBooks written about this resource. Here we will focus only on finding products using their new database search resource.
First though you need a ClickBank Account which is easy enough to setup and free.
Once that is done select the tab that reads “marketplace” and then click on advanced. There are a ton of options here for you to use in finding the right product to promote.
First, enter in your keyword data and select a category as well as how many results you want on a single page. This is all relatively the same as it used to be. If you have a site focused on stopping dogs from barking you could enter those words while telling the system that you are not worried about cats barking. Who would?
The stats section is where the excitement begins.
ClickBank now lets you set what type of information you are looking for including.
• Gravity (Recommended above 10 but lower than 30)
• Sale (Recommended about 50% of the sale)
I’m not going into length on these items here, because everybody has their own theory on how to work the ClickBank marketplace. The point is that your results return exact data for the way you want to lookup products instead of having to comb through the content.
And that’s not all.
You can also base your search on the following criterias.
• Product Type (Shippable Media vs Upsell)
• Language (English, French, German, Spanish)
• Billing Type (One-Time vs Recurring)
• Vendor Activation Date (How long vendors have been involved with ClickBank)
• Affiliate Tools Page (Vendor has affiliate tools page available)
• Vendor Spotlight (Vendor has a vendor spotlight page)
Bottom line, ClickBank’s new search options far exceed what they used to have and I like it. I believe you will too.
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