If you promote ClickBank products, you’d be crazy not to use Facebook for promotion!
If you haven’t done so, here is a short and to the point guide to get you started:
First off, you obviously need to register with Clickbank, and must have if your Facebook account.
You then work on attracting traffic via your ClickBank Hoplink to the merchant site. If things go well, you can expect your commissions pretty soon.
Having said that, it is ultra competitive when it comes to Internet marketing. This is even a bigger challenge if you happen to be a newbie in this area.
Thankfully, Google search engine takes Facebook pages and notes pretty kindly and your chance of being ranked decent in the search result listing could be used to good effect with your promotions of ClickBank products.
1. Write Product Review Articles
Once you choose your ClickBank product to promote, the easiest way to incorporate the promotion of it into Facebook is through review style articles.
When I get tired of producing such reviews, I usually outsource these to freelancing websites such as elance, freelancer, Iwriter, etc…
Obviously, you can save money by doing these yourself. You may have to actually buy the products on your promotion list.
If the product works for you, you may want to take ownership of the product for good. You can also ask for a refund if there is no intention to keep the product, or in case the product really sucks
2. Publish the Articles on Facebook Note
Whatever reviews you have completed, publish them all on the Facebook note
I don’t think I can ever say this enough: the articles need to look professional with eye-catching headlines.
3. Promote the Product Facebook
Leverage the Facebook platform and make new friends everyday (say maybe set a daily personal goal of 100 new people), like how you want to expand your social circle but this time is for business.
Good to Know
Don’t sting on the Call to Action buttons just so you can increase the CTR rate.
The first thing to work on is the title, always incorporate title that correspond to the product’s in some way, e.g. name, functionality, etc…
Use the right HTML code in the Facebook note so that you could turn your readers’ attention the right way:
<b>this text is bold</b>
<u>this text is underlined</u>
<a href=”URL”>this text is a link</a>
<h1>This is a Level 1 Headline</h1>
Clickbank has recently made things easier by incorporating a similar feature in its marketplace.
Each and every product now features a Facebook “Like” icon next to it, and a click will automatically post your hoplink for that product to Facebook.
Nevertheless, for this to work, one needs to be logged into ClickBank in the first place.
Whenever somebody decides to click on these hoplinks in Facebook, he or she will be transported to the merchant site. You derive your commission whenever they choose buy the concerned product.
There are many ways to make money with ClickBank with no website of your own, and I can honestly say that Facebook continues to be one of the top ones if not THE top one.