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Affiliate Product Review

mario3173
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Affiliate Product Review

Hello,

I wanted to know if the affiliate product review has to be exactly like the name given to you on clickbank.

For example:

Zygor In-Game Alliance & Horde World Of Warcraft 1-80 Leveling Guides

Do you leave it the same and just ad REVIEW at the end or can you cut it short like:

Zygor leveling guide review.

Any help would be great!

Mario Omar
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wollowra
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Hi Mario,
You can just use your own keywords.
In the blueprint.. You research your keywords and use them to your advantage and adding review at the end.
You don't absolutely have to add review but If you are following Marks advice word for word... then add review at the end .
Up to you.
You can look at Marks site to see what he did.
www.wowblackbook.com

Hope that helps.
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jpastorizo
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Mario,

If it is a product review and not just an article with keywords on it then you just use the "Product Name" + "Review". You don't have to complete the whole product name as stated in Clickbank. You can use something like "Zygor's leveling guide review" if that is one of the products you want to include in your affiliate site.



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susb8383
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I would also think it depends on what people are searching for.

If your keyword research shows that people are searching for 'Zygor's leveling guide review' then your page should be optimized for that keyword. But if they search for 'Zygor wow guide review' then you should use that.
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gpower2
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Depends on the circumstance.

My friend just put up a site.

See what he did: Design Your Own Tattoo
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chrisgoddard
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You all raise some really good points here. I think one of the most important things is to do keyword research and see how many searches the term is getting.

"Zygor In-Game Alliance & Horde World Of Warcraft 1-80 Leveling Guides"

That's a really long product name and without checking I would assume that people would be unlikely to search for something that long - particularly with 'review' at the end.

I would do keyword research on different combination of words related to the product name, i.e. Zygor's Leveling Guide Review, Zygors World of Warcraft Guide Review, etc.

Normally, the more specific the term, the lower the traffic, however 'review' keywords often covert better, so you're basically trying to find the 'review' keyphrase with the most amount of traffic related to the product you're promoting.

Good luck! Any more questions, make sure you come back and ask!
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mynameisjoe
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gpower2 wrote:Depends on the circumstance.

My friend just put up a site.

See what he did: Design Your Own Tattoo


My humble 2 cents idea about www.tattootips.org:

Issue #1: it isn't a .com domain name
Issue #2: the top header banner doesn't come back to the homepage.

Otherwise, it seems to be a good start.

Regards.
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mynameisjoe
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chrisgoddard wrote:You all raise some really good points here. I think one of the most important things is to do keyword research and see how many searches the term is getting.


That's so RIGHT a huge part of the job is to make a relevant keyword research.
& it is very difficult to find dozens of keywords reaching thousands of visits per month.

Regards.
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