11 Nov 13 7:24 pm
Google says... "Google AdWords doesn't allow ads that promote bridge pages. A bridge page, also known as a doorway page, is a webpage created for the main purpose of sending visitors to a different site. Bridge pages can also be sites that drive traffic from AdWords-compliant content to non-compliant content. Affiliates that display the same characteristics may also be considered bridge pages.
Bridge pages offer little or no unique content and are considered low value to users. To comply with this policy, your site must have substantial amount of valuable content."https://support.google.com/adwordspolic ... ic=1626336About Making Changes
The changes that were mentioned are all needed to instill TRUST in the visitor's mind, nobody's going to spend money online with you if they don't trust you; they don't want to be scammed.
You need to make the pages look/function as professional as you can to eliminate friction and prevent visitors from falling out of your marketing funnel. (Conversion Optimization
)100 Clicks No Sale
As Cecille said if you're getting clicks to the sales-page of the product but no sales then that means either the sales-page/offer is no good and/or you're sending people to that page/product that aren't targeted enough to buy it.
If they aren't targeted/qualified enough to buy it, you need to tweak your ads and what kind of traffic you are getting + tweak your landing pages and optimize the whole campaign together.
So... AD>LandingPage>Product, are all matched.
This means you need to know WHO the product is made for specifically (Product/Market Research
). And with good Copywriting
in your ads and landing-pages you can target/attract people who will buy it, all because they are the RIGHT person with the RIGHT frame of mind Find the right people they'll be happy to buy it.
If their sales-page isn't good though there's not much you can do, maybe you can ask to bypass it somehow and build your own but that's more of an advanced tactic.
If you do everything right and still get no sales, then the sales-page stinks or worse the product stinks and you should move on to another. That's the great thing about being an affiliate marketer you can simply move on to the many other products/services, the possibilities for getting commissions are seemingly endless!
If you can market correctly. Remember it's affiliate MARKETING, don't forget to master the marketing part.