Cecille L wrote:Hi Gary,
I suggest making your CTA links more interesting. Instead of saying "Click here ..." all the time, how about something like " Fix your marriage NOW!" or "Put a stop to the arguments! Fix your marriage now!".
I think it's a good idea to place a link to your product reviews at the bottom of the page but I suggest you make the link to the review interesting. Visitors are more likely to click your links if they do not appear to lead to a page that will sell them something.
Hope that helps. Have a good day!
jmpruitt wrote:CONTENT needs to be a huge part of your focus!
jcdean wrote:If you don't want to collect emails it is going to be all about getting people to click through to the vendors page, and hopefully the vendor converts.
Do this and I promise you will have better click throughs.
Get rid of the banner. Go to the vendors site and start the video then stop it.
Take a screenshot of the vendor's video complete with the play arrow right in the center. Paste the image of the video on your site. Link the image to the vendor with your affiliate link.
It will appear as if the video is on your site.
Give the video a caption that will create curiosity. something like.
"Are you making this mistake that is almost guaranteed to drive you love farther away?" click play to find out.
The poor heartbroken visitor clicks the image of the video and is taken to the vendors site to watch it, and you are cookied. (Much more likely than him or her clicking an add)
Let me know how it goes.
garymcd2 wrote:jethro.aragon, I'll look into the redundant titles and please can you expand a little on the keyword selection you mentioned? I'm getting an A+ and a 4-5 rating on traffic travis so far unless my results are bad from traffic travis.. And I'm trying to use buying keywords...Huh...
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