Friday, February 6, 2009

What Makes A Good Review Site That An Affiliate Marketer Should Know.

Clickbank activities that are indispensable to affiliate marketer which he needs to pay attention to, so enjoy it.

What makes a good ClickBank review site? There are a lot of variables and factors, but there critical elements are:

1) Targeted Traffic
2) Credibly Objective Reviews
3) Getting The Affiliate Link Click Through

Here's what you'll need to do this (in no particular order):

1) Your own domain name.
2) Your own hosting account.
3) Screen capture software.
4) Word processor program.
5) ClickBank affiliate account.
6) Startup capital of $500.
7) Intermediate HTML skills.
8) Targeted traffic (free/paid).

Step 1:

Pick at least 5 products from the ClickBank marketplace that are extremely popular. You can do this with less popular items too, but we like to focus on stuff that is selling like hotcakes.

Step 2:

Using your screen capture software, record yourself visiting the sales page for the first product. It helps if you script a brief "game plan" of what you're going to say and how you're going to present the sales page and product. Try and keep it relatively short (under 2 minutes). With the screen capture
software still running, narrate out loud as you purchase the product itself. Yes, you're actually buying the product. Do not pause the camera at any time. In post-production you will be able to "blur" your payment details from view. It's critical thatthe viewer really see that you're buying the product.

Step 3:

When you arrive at the product download page, show the viewer how to download the product.Explain that they'll see a charge on their PayPal and/or credit card statement from
ClickBank, and that they have a 60 day money back guarantee.

Step 4:

In the case of eBooks, open the eBook while the camera is still recording. Hit the "Page Down" key a few times to briefly flash some of the contents of the eBook while explaining to the viewer
that the video will be paused while you review the eBook itself. With software, install and load the software. Make sure it's veryclear that you actually own the software and have just installed
it on your computer.

Note: Pause the screen capture software. You will then spend about 20 to 30 minutes checking out the eBook/software. Try and find some interesting information that correlates with a benefit,
and jot down the page number it's on (in the case of an eBook). For software, once you see how it works, startup the screen capture program and show it in action, or show the results of something you created with the software. This is pure gold...

Step 5:

Restart the screen capture program, but this time you'll be on your word processor. While the camera was paused, you typed up a few quick bullet points that include revealing what pages within the eBook mention interesting benefit driven information. You can also simply talk about the different chapters, and what you thought of each one. Don't make this more than 2 minutes.
For software related products, see the last part of Step 4 above.

Step 6:

With the screen capture program still running, go back to the sales page for the product. This is important... in about 1 minute or less, assuming the product is one you'd highly recommend, forcefully give the product a very strong recommendation. Remind the viewer that
there's no risk, and encourage them to purchase the product.

Step 7:

End the screen capture video with you still on the sales page. Go and blur your payment details, and be sure to obscure the product download page URL if it's visible (oops - don't forget this! LOL)

Step 8:

Compile the finished screen capture presentation so that at the end it automatically jumps to the sales page for the sales page of the product you just purchased and talked about via your ClickBank affiliate link. This is where the magic happens. Your viewer will now be right on the product sales page. Nothing to click - it was an automatic redirect via your ClickBank
affiliate link...

Step 9:

Upload the finished video to your hosting account. Using your intermediate HTML skills, create a suitable landing page for the particular product that's being talked about in the video. Make
sure that the video auto-plays when the page loads. This isvery important - capture the viewers interest immediately.

Step 10:

Start writing as many articles as you can and submit them to article directories. Your resource box should include your domain name and the specific web page of a product that you are reviewing that's related to the article the resource box is associated with. You can also link to a product category page
that includes more than one review page to choose from once you've built this up over time. You can also pay for traffic, using the product you're reviewing as one of the primary [keywords].
(I'd recommend using [exact match] via Adwords if you're going to buy traffic this way.)


Bare in mind the $500 in startup capital assumes you're buying between 5 to 10 products that might range in price from $50 to $100 dollars each. It's not an exact number. Since paying for
traffic is optional, no additional funds are allocated for that in the start up capital costs. It's assumed you have a domain name, hosting, screen capture software, and a word processor. Getting a ClickBank account is free. When we finally started doing this, we spent close to $2,000 snapping up lots of hot products - but in retrospect, we could have just as well started with 5 product.

One of the contributions of
Mr. Nathan

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