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Riddle me this - how to get the customer to buy

jcdean
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Riddle me this - how to get the customer to buy

Hi

I am having trouble writing articles for my first SEO site.

I chose the relationship niche. "how to get your ex back"

It's a competitive niche but found some search terms that I thought I could rank for.

The problem is I ran out of ideas for the articles, so I bought the best selling product for the niche on Click Bank. "The Magic of Making Up" My goal was to get inspiration from the book.

Well, the book gives good advice but it's full of fluff. I could boil the whole ebook down to one or two articles, and my readers wouldn't need to buy it.

How can I write 20 articles about how to get an ex back and still leave the reader wanting more so they buy the book?

Hope this make since to some one who can offer advice, cuz I am really stuck.
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superaff
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Hey JC.

I remember having the same problem in the "green energy" niche. I wrote many articles, and made some sales. I then contacted the merchant to get the book, and wow... I think my articles were even better than the 30 pages ebook.

In this case, you want to have a look at the other products IMHO. You don't need to buy them all, you can ask to the merchant (it helps if you made some sales prior to your request).

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jcdean
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Thanks for the reply.

I put this one that back burner. I found a new niche with many different angles. Cranking out the articals.
Hope to have it up and running soon.
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Great JC. Way to go.

Let us know how it goes for you.

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Hi jcdean,

How many products are you reviewing on your site? Perhaps you could review five products - giving you five article pages - and then create a best relationship guide page summarising the reviews of all the products you promote. That will give you six articles.

I think, but I could be wrong, that the PLR pack affilorama sells has articles on this topic.

Mark has pointed http://dating-to-mating.com/ out in a couple of videos. Perhaps you can get some ideas from that site.

Good luck.
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