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July 30th, 2006, 05:00 PM #1Leader - about goodbulbs
Thought of sending you a PM first, but then decided against it. This would be an interesting public topic should you be willing to share the information.
I noticed in your signature, you have mentioned "Datafeed and Content affiliates both welcome!"
I'm just curious - who converts better for you, the datafeeders or content affiliates? I am curious because of the kind of products you are selling on goodbulbs, I'm not an affiliate yet mainly because my websites are shopping resources, and I am not sure if my traffic will want to buy your prouducts from there, they seem more likely to sell if recommended from a gardening blog or something.
July 30th, 2006, 06:34 PM #2
I'm going to move this to the GoodBulbs forum after I type this post.
I'm just curious - who converts better for you, the datafeeders or content affiliates?
Whether there is content elsewhere on the site doesn't seem to matter. Make-A-Page pages do well on sites with no content at all, and on sites with lots.
On non-make-a-page sites, the datafeeders do best--when they use a decent layout.
It's a fallacy that feed pages can't rank. Some of them rank quite well. But, without the right layout, it's wasted traffic. The viewers like a nice homey and natural feel, not a template that looks like it was recycled from some auto parts site.
As for a gardening blog, I've got a couple in the program, but they don't seem to be getting enough traffic yet to be able to figure how well the concept would really work.
I noticed in your signature, you have mentioned "Datafeed and Content affiliates both welcome!"There is no knowledge that is not power. ~Hemingway
July 31st, 2006, 02:43 AM #3
Oops, didn't notice there was a dedicated goodbulbs forum.
Thanks for replying, that was insightful ... I guess I am joining your program today and will do something about it this month
hehe, I was wondering why you actualy wrote "content" there in your signature and not c*ntent . nice to see you using the right spelling again
By AffiliateBuddha in forum Midnight Cafe'Replies: 1Last Post: July 30th, 2006, 06:34 PM