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High Gravity or Low Gravity ClickBank Products?

jeevandip
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High Gravity or Low Gravity ClickBank Products?

I am still going through the first few lessons, and I thought I new my niche, based on one video. It said for those new to clickbank, it's better to start with low gravity before you build yourself up enough to handle the higher gravity ratings (and the competition). But then in a later video, it says low gravity is probably not worth the effort. A helpful staff member basically stated that in any case it's better to go for higher gravity, but how do I know if I can make it with the higher gravity products?
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cecille.l
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High gravity products tend to be more competitive than low gravity ones because there are more affiliates selling the same product. It also is a sign that a product earns well.

It's always better to go with high gravity products as they have higher chance to covert, but this doesn't mean you only promote these type of products. You will be promoting 2 or 3 products on your site at the least so you can promote a mix of low gravity and high gravity products.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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maryt
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Hello,

Cecille is correct but you may also find a gem or gems out of low gravity products. Personally I would not be bothered much by gravity scores. Yes gravity indicates how competitive a product is as it shows how many affiliates made a sale within the span of 8 months. But if you look further into a product (and I am referring to low gravity scores) like checking out their sales page, their support availability, and the product quality--- you may somehow tell if the product is a good product to promote or not. What I am saying is that you can still earn from low gravity products if you are able to research further than by just looking at gravity scores.
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jeevandip
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Thank you both for your help, this really helps clarify things. I am taking my time with my research, needless to say it'll be reflected in my success!
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susan321susan
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thank you for the posting.it is very relevant information.
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damon_13
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In my opinion, high gravity products tend to sell a lot better than low gravity. Why? Because the competition is high, which means more people are buying the product, whereas for low gravity, it's more likely that not too many are interested in the product.
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al8
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If the gravity is above 70, it is more difficult to sell the products because the keywords are relatively expensive on either google or bing. On the other hand, higher gravity shows a lot of interest. I would say 5-70 gravity is a good range to start. You also want to take a look at the gravity graph on cbengine.com so you can find out if the product is the uptrend or downtrend situation.
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