Frankly speaking, I have not been as hardworking as I should have been and progress has continued to be slow. But the funny thing is sales for clickbank has been improving a bit. In the sense that at least there are some sales this month. Still shy from really making a living online since the sales, when compare to any affiliate, is peanuts (hence businesspeanuts).
I have around 60 over articles not submitted yet so progress should have been much much better i guess. Anyway, I have to apologize if some of you are looking for some information on what i am doing. But basically, my methods are superbly easy and straight forward. Basically I have been very lazy for this product but it seems to bring in the best results.
This is what i have roughly done so far.
The simple 7 steps to small clickbank sales.
Step 1: Find a product in clickbank with gravity between 50 to 200
Step 3: Buy a domain name (namecheap.com) similar to the product you are promoting
Step 4: For the new domain name, set a redirect to your clickbank affiliate link
Step 5: Write 13 articles and submit to ezinearticles (3 sales from here. I still have 30 articles not submitted for this product)
Step 6: Use those 30 keywords and get as targeted as you can possibly be for some of these keywords. I created around 20 adgroups and slowly eliminated and left with only 6 adgroups now. But these 6 adgroups have generated around 8 sales over these 2 months. I only did my homework in September and I got lazy, so it has been just 6 adgroups without any change for these 1 month plus.
Step 7: Monitor your adgroups cost versus your sales. As well as monitor which of your articles seem to be bringing in the sales.
Simple steps to accomplish right? I tried doing my own landing pages, squidoo pages but heck, I just can’t get the right formula. So might as well just start driving traffic and get some sales on the road, and once there is money, I will spend more time perfecting my landing page skills.
For the time being, the bulk of my money will still have to be on creating websites for clients, as well as doing some part time jobs so that I can outsource more in future.
Thanks for reading.
(I will be gone for 3 weeks for my army incamp training so hopefully, my sales will not be affected when i do not have access to my computer)
[tags]october clickbank progress, simple steps to achieve clickbank sales[/tags]