Adwords+Clickbank method pt. 2

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In the last article, we gave you an introduction to a method that involves Adwords and Clickback. In that article, we set up our Adwords accounts and stocked them full with hundreds or thousands of dollars worth of Adwords dollars for next to nothing. Now that we have that part out of the way, it is time to head on over to Clickbank. In this second part of this method, we will find a Clickbank product and begin selling and making money!

First, log in to Clickbank or create an account (it’s free) if you haven’t already. Once you are in, go to the products page and sort by gravity. What is gravity? We won’t get into that right now but basically, it is a way to see which products are selling at the moment and which aren’t. Pick a product that you think you can sell via Adwords campaigns which has high gravity. Don’t think too hard about this. Remember, high gravity means it is currently selling so you really can’t go wrong here.

When you are choosing a product, you will also want to look out for price. Some product are free, some are sold for next to nothing so make sure the payout will be worth it for you. Aim for $30 or higher.

Now, we will want some keywords. Review our Traffic Travis keyword tutorial if you are not familiar with how to do this. You want to have a list of keywords that are related to your product. Aim for selling keywords like “buy cellulite cream”. Those keywords convert well as the customer is ready to buy immediately.

Once you have your keyword list, start bidding for those keywords. Don’t be stingy, remember, we got this money for next to nothing. Bidding higher than you think you should will also result in more exposure and clicks.

As you go through this process, track which keywords are converting and which are not. Track this data and you will be able to fine tune your campaign to perfection.

That’s all there is to this method. There is one more benefit that I want to touch on before we go. As you collect these winning keywords that convert, you may want to consider moving them to a real legitimate adwords account. Since you know they work, you should be able to profit on them paying a normal price. If you do this for a while, your Adwords account will grow into a quality account and you will gain preference on your future bids. This will pay off down the road if you decide to stick with Adwords long term.

Now go over to Fiverr and get this method rolling. At worst, you will give up half way through and loose $20. That is a low risk given the scale-ability and potential of this method. Good luck!

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  1. Hi

    Thank you for this nice follow up.

    The only missing point in your article is how to insert the affiliate link in the adword and not being banned. This would be highly interesting to all your readers. You may want to add part three of this article showing the hows.

    Again the part one and two are great articles and I have enjoyed reading them, especially that I have applied this method a couple of times and it does work really well.

    Daniel at sitehost24.com

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  2. Still waiting for an answer to the above question…

    How do you insert the affiliate link in the Adwords advertisement without getting slapped by Google? Please share.

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    • You can insert your affiliate link in Adwords, but the display URL you submit need to be the actual place they will land. Meaning, if your affiliate link is http://www.lkjsadlkjfs.com/tracking111 and it takes you to Food.com, then your display URL must be Food.com.

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