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5:53 pm on May 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Hi

Has anyone got good results with Clickbank affiliate programs and Google Adwords? Just want to checkm thanks.

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Tried a few and haven't had much luck.
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Clickbank is my second best, better than CJ.
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I have been able to get incredible CTR, but sales are horrible. I don't know if it's the quality of the programs, or the fact that they only have "saturated" information to offer.
I am forever frustrated with my high CTR, but no sales! My ads look good.....baffled
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I have. Im getting clickbank sales now for ads I ran last month on adsense. I assume people bookmarked the sales site and 'thought about it' till they could think no more and then acted on it.
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I'm using Adwords to promote Clickbank products. Some products have a lot of competition, so you'll pay more for top positions. However, you can find products that fewer people are promoting that still sell. I have had success with these.
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Not interested in the type of products sold on Clickbank. And most clickbank merchant sites are ugly, long, colorful and full of "testimonials".
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Not interested in the type of products sold on Clickbank. And most clickbank merchant sites are ugly, long, colorful and full of "testimonials".

Exactly

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Stereotyping is not healthy.
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From other thread:

... choosing the right merchant may be more important than what network they're working through.

It can be said that any network has good and bad merchants.

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How many people get really good results with clickbank and other widely promoted affiliate programs without resorting to unethical or borderline methods of embedding cookies with their own affiliate number on surfers' computers.
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Dear All,

I have try to post Adwords about 2 months. I have resell CJ and clickbank products. My daily CTR are 0.3% to 2.1%. The average impression is about 2000 only. Is it not good CTR?

But no body to buy their product and service.
Now I create a website to sell their product. My website have more than 100 products. But the result still is not good.

In fact, I have found some famous website for my selling.
Now I have some racing ebooks, business ebook, Web Hosting and Online matching website.

I faced that how can I improve ROI?

Any suggestion

Best Regard
Kitty