30 Oct 09 10:08 pm
Don't be discouraged by that comment. The thing about clickbank ebooks is some sell well, others flop. For instance, I have a pond website. I have not sold ONE single clickbank pond ebook. However, I have learned a great deal since I built that site.
Mainly I have learned to look at the PPC "sellable" value of the ebook. If you see people promoting an Ebook in Adwords, a lot of ads, then most likely the ebook is selling well.
The ebooks for my pond site have just about zero PPC ads. This of course is just ONE thing to consider. There are other factors which Mark covers in his AB program.
Years ago I sold an ebook in Clickbank. I earned about $3,000 and the ebook sold for about $27.00 I think. I promoted it through my personal ezine and website. Back then I had about 2,000 subscribers and it was easy to sell because my subscribers really loved my newsletter and already knew I delivered top quality content. This was back in 2002 so tons of things have changed. But the fact is, it did sell!
My WoW site is selling several ebooks from Clickbank each week. I earn over $50.00 a week, sometimes almost $200.00 in any given week (sometimes zip - grrr).
The key is to rank well for the "buying" keywords and offer good quality content. I believe the reviews on my site are pretty good as they were written by someone who actually plays the game and loves the guides. I actually own a copy of the main ones I promote and even go as far as to buy them for my writers - <don't gasp!>
Okay, so I may not be earning thousands of dollars a week, but I have only been promoting clickbank ebooks since April. :P
The statement is only TRUE if you haven't done your homework and are shooting into the dark hoping the niche you are targeting will be profitable.
Never let someone else "steal" your dreams!
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