I think they just want you to register with their affiliate link so they can get commissions.
I am sorry if I misinterpreted your post. As a ClickBank vendor myself I get a lot of people bugging me about their "magic whatever" so I probably over reacted. I don't even use my real name anymore which I always did for years.
I wish you and everyone massive success.
You may want to do a little research before offering your services to one the of the biggest ClickBank vendors online nowadays. For sure it makes you look a bit silly.
John has probably the best offer on ClickBank I've made quite of bit of money promoting it.
Best of luck.... Oh I don't need any coaching either.
That is tough to do unless your list goes through a survey....which I do and distribute to volume buyer that pay several dollars per lead.
Solo traffic is very hard to convert high end products. The best traffic for that type of product would be other vendors on Clickbank.
solo traffic tends to have a lot o freebie seekers. I sold over 20 million dollars on Clickbank as a vendor 10 years ago. All my conversions came from cross promotions with other vendors.
You would have to configure a rotator link in Clickmagick. Put all your orders in that rotator and just email that link in your autoresponder to follow up with orders. If you don't have orders you can have Clickmagick redirect to any offer to funnel you want.
This is one of the things I do from my CPA business...leads....autoreponder....Solo Orders...CPA offer ( CPL offers with a great publishers that actually pay)
I redirect my filtered traffic to from all solos to Maxbounty offers. They convert there at about .10 per click. So I make money with them.
I send them to "life" offers....things like Walmart Cards, Travel discount things that anyone would be interested in.
I also have tested setting up surveys/questionnaires and then redirected people to specif offers on Maxbuounty based on their response. Works well. Getting $8-10 bucks per leads for Medicare offers is nice.
Maxbounty has treated me very well. Most of my traffic id sold via my website so I deliver more traffic then I sell... The balance I still make money with.
It's very tough to convert ClickBank products with solo ad traffic. You can but a list made up from people interested in the specific topic...very specific...will convert best.
Solo ad traffic tends to convert better with business opportunities.
I convert ClickBank with two types of traffic...
1. PURE VOLUME of clicks
2. YouTube videos
My best results were when I collected leads from a product launch...buyers and subs
If you really want to sell ClickBank with solo ads look for the most BIZ OP types of offers. ClickBank does not like these offers so it may be a challenge.
not every campaign works out But just talk to the seller most are reasonable Be a jerk about things won’t help your case
best of luck
Getting leads is the easy part. Getting them to open and click is a lot more challenging and then getting them to buy is even more challenging. Yet I've made millions doing so over the past 15 years.
You need to inbox...set up several email accounts yourself. Yahoo, gmail, hotmail etc....
Do you get your own emails?
Second your copy in the emails needs to be unique....so the content filters don't put your email in Spam...
Promote quality products NOT JUNK. Otherwise your list will opt out once the optin.
Every autoresponder out that has different grade of IP's they send your email out on. If you prove to be a poor customer...you will get the poor ip's. It is why we dont do broadcast, online follow up emails.
Your ability to inbox has nothing to do with the Autoreponder COMPANY ..unless its a cheap one.
When starting out...you need to use autoresponders or follow up campaigns NOT broadcast emails
MAKE sure your email content is not TOO spammy and make sure its unique so it does not get filtered by gmail. This is a big one. Make sure you don't mail the same junk as everyone else.
Your reputation as a mailer at the AR company will determine the quality of IP's they rout your email on.
Play nice, grow slow and with time you will inbox just fine.
List it to small to make any determination
15 years experience has taught me Tuesdays...but heck I don't disagree with any of the other thought either. We used to plan our product Launches to start on Tuesday for this very reason..
Very few people have a list specifically for Crypto...its a hard sell. But most "MMO" make money online list should do fine...depending on your followup emails and your landing page.
SIMPLE converts best. Don't give your leads eye fatigue, but make sure what you promise to get the lead...YOU DELIVER immediately.
The long survey etc are a total waste they do not result in better leads etc. I've split tested the heck out of these forms for 15 years... KEEP it Simple, but tell people WHO you are on your optin form so they are not surprised to get an email from you. AT LEAST do that on the thank you page. If not...you will get spam complaints...... I never signed up for Dave Smagola's list...they did.. but how the heck do they know if your landing page or thank you page don't say it.
And don't count on your first email to do the trick...it won't.
I've been in this business since 2004, listen to Glenn's advise.
Mine in 9- days 5 days a week and of those. 4 are sell and was is train.
Ooops 90 days
Hey .... Udimi don’t want people arguing neither do you. You want them to buy. Refund or live with the negative. I agree wth Guga 50 clicks is too low to sell and 90% of the complaints.
issue a refund the the negative goes away. But people buy 50 clicks and expect to be millionaires.
Yes but once the delivery is completed in Clickmagick extra clicks get redirected to other links. Nothing is wasted. There is a very real cost to generating a click if you think that there is a 100% profit, sorry that's not the case, matter of fact I bet most seller do not even know what it cost for them to sell a clicks. I do because I am an accountant.
Also Udimi has their own tracker and once we deliver 1 click more than whats is requested, plus over delivery, it redirects the extra clicks to where ever the seller wants those clicks to go. So from a buyer perspective once the order is filled its filled.