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Choosing a ClickBank Product to Promote - 4 Tips To Choose a Good Clickbank Product!

Updated on May 1, 2011

Marketing affiliate products on the World Wide Web requires a lot of hard work and loyalty on your part. It's only common sense then, to select the right sort of ClickBank product to promote 1st. This way you don't waste your time promoting a product that isn't going to work for you.

Choosing a ClickBank Product to Promote - 4 Tips To Choose a Good Clickbank Product!

>>>Pick a product that pays at Least $20 per sale. Since the cost of ClickBank products vary from about $10 all the way up to 100s of dollars, at the very minimum you'll need to discover those products that will pay you at least $20 per sale. This is the minimum that you want to make simply for it takes just as much work to sell a $30 product as it does to sell a $200 product. If you can find a product that pays less than $20 per sale...And you find you can make more sales with this product...Than by all means promote it!

>>> Recurring Billing. Among the best methods to continue earning money over and over again is to find a product that offers recurring billing. This means that as long as the buyer you referred remains active with the program, you'll continue to get paid month after month. Again it takes the same amount of work to promote!

>>> The products gravity. Gravity is ClickBank's means of telling you how many affiliates have made a sale of that particular product that month. When you see a number over two hundred it commonly implies that sales are going good...But it as well implies that you are up against numerous other competitors. So try to pick a product with a lower gravity. There are always exceptions to this rule. Some of the times there are brand new products that have just become available and they have not gained a gravity rating yet. This doesn't imply that they aren't good products; and it could give you an opportunity to get your foot in the door.


>>> Sales Pages. When you look at their sales page look for tell-tale signs that it will do well. Look for...

- Are the sales page long? These do really do convert better than the shorter sales page.

- Does the sales page have testimonials?

- Are there easy to find "Buy Now" buttons?

- Is the sales page professional looking?

- Do they offer FREE bonuses for purchasing the product?

- Would you buy the product after reading the sales page?

Discovering the correct ClickBank product for you to promote can require a bit of research on your part but once you do uncover that correct balance of commission, gravity, and a great sales page, you've very likely found a winning product that you can promote.



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