Have you set up an email follow-up sequence on your autoresponder?
Sales also are very dependent on your email follow-up sequences on your autoresponders as not many visitors would subscribe/buy your product immediately after seeing your advertisement. Normally it would take 3-5 exposures to the ad before getting a sale.
I still have the same problem. I paid for a high-converting landing page and registered for Clickfunnels & GetResponse account. I got plenty of subscribers and many hops on my ClickBank, but no sales at all. I have been researching and looking for many ways to make sales, but I've had no luck.
I've been with ClickBank for a little over 3 months and last week was the first sale I got for something completely different (only about $24.00) but at least it was something. I used my GetResponse to create a landing page with email autoresponse and then proceeded to put an ad on my Pinterest feed, and I think that was how I got one sale. It is tough.
Just a FYI: I still kept the landing page I paid for (also has a thank-you optin) page but I adjusted it with the purchase of a domain, so it won't read just MMO URL at ClickFunnels, and I integrated my GetResponse into the CF landing page. I had a seller on Fiverr who advised me to do that to see if I might get a sale.
The sellers provide visitors and, unfortunately, cannot guarantee any results. It all depends on your offer, how attractive it is to the potential customer, what benefits you offer to your audience etc.
I'd recommend you to run a few test orders with different sellers and see which seller can provide good results for your offer. Hope this helps.
I know that sales can't be guaranteed, but it can get expensive to buy from sellers in the hopes of getting one. I already bought from 2 sellers for the same site (both very good) but did not make sales. I made sure to look at several tutorials on YouTube about attracting an audience, and spoke with two sellers on Fiverr who have extensive experience with ClickBank as well as skills about creating a high converting landing page with email optin so I could get some opinions about whether the one I currently had met the right expectations in terms of overall content. They both thought it looked good (one exception being that the thank-you page could have something more welcoming to the visitor). I guess it just takes time and a little bit of research work.
May I ask how long since your subscribers have opted-in and received follow-ups from you?
Usually, it would take 3-5 exposures to the ad before getting a sale.
You can also get in touch with your sellers if you are not satisfied with the results. You can also contact us, customer support, so we can look into your order.
I usually get subscribers every day, with an autoresponse notification in email. I have the campaign set up as "mocce915" in my GetResponse account. I then track my dashboard on CB. There's always hops, but still no single sale. Maybe it's something I'm doing??
Yes. It usually takes time.
I also suggest trying traffic from other sellers too. Make some test runs by buying a small amount of traffic and take note of the ones that give you the best results.
It will happen with consistent mailing AND the building of your email list. The law of averages will kick in.
Amazing things can happen when you can send 100-200 clicks to an offer:)
Send other relevant offers as well.
I spent a fair amount of time and money trying to generate sales with the exact same tools you are using. It wasn't so much the money spent, but the time I spent caused me to lose focus on my primary business that pays my bills, so I decided to stop for a little while and concentrate on my off-line business.
I'm now looking to start it up again, but I have decided to use the Funnels/GetResponse for my own business (insurance sales) to see if I can make it work with something I am well-versed n.
So I think my point is... you have to have a product that you are confident you can sell and know who your buyers are. Then be patient and see if you can find the right message to convert those visitors (trial and error). At least that is my plan. Good luck to all of us in our online endeavors!