Clickbank Conversion Rates Bombing This Week?!?!

           

I’ve been on holiday for most of the last week, but as always I’ve found a way to check in on my clickbank stats daily, and I have to say that it hasn’t been good at all!

I track my stats monthly and have my own spreadsheet. My historical hops per order number is 51 (I make a sale every 51 hops I generate). My earnings per hop is $0.48 which I’m quite happy with.

The start of this month (March 2011) has been quite good for me going along at this similar pace. But in the last 7 days I haven’t made a single affiliate sale AT ALL! Unbelievable!

I’ve done 393 hops during this time frame and going by historical stats I should have made at least $188.

I’ve checked my links and they’re all intact. I know this anyway because I’m still receiving data in my clickbank analytics. However, it seems strange for me that these sites are just not converting this week. I wonder what’s going on?

My goal is still to make US$100 a day. I know that I need to generate 1500 hops per week to achieve this mark and I’m getting to closer to it every week.

Hopefully, the CB stats don’t any worse for me or this figure will probably go up.

 

 

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New Zealand based entrepreneur and passive income machine. My views are my own a reflect me exactly. My family comes first and I believe a strong family unit is the backbone of any safe functioning society. I am a strong advocate for justice, which incorporates equity and fairness. I'm a skeptic and am always open to change any of my views based on evidence. I also love tennis and American muscle cars.
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New Zealand based entrepreneur and passive income machine. My views are my own a reflect me exactly. My family comes first and I believe a strong family unit is the backbone of any safe functioning society. I am a strong advocate for justice, which incorporates equity and fairness. I'm a skeptic and am always open to change any of my views based on evidence. I also love tennis and American muscle cars.
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