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Pasha Rana

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How Can A 3 Layer Content Marketing Strategy Boost Your Clickbank Sales?

A 3 layer content marketing strategy involves three distinct pieces of content. They all link to each other, but you have to set them up properly and you have to write the right piece of content in the right sequence. If you set this up the right way, you can turn content into some sort of traffic conversion tool.


In other words, you can pump a lot of traffic to the first layer. This is content that establishes the fact that you know what you’re talking about. You talk about the problem your visitors have and you discuss the possible options that they should consider.


When they read this, they get the feeling that you actually “get” where they’re coming from. You’re not a complete and total stranger trying to shove some unwanted solution down their throat. You’re not somebody who is trying to hide the ball or somehow deceive them. Instead, you come off as a straight shooter who genuinely cares about their problem. You’re walking them through a solution.


If they get that impression, they would click on to the next piece of content in your three-layer content marketing system. This piece of content lines up the different types of products that deliver the kind of solution they’re looking for. Again, you’re not recommending a specific Clickbank product. You’re not at that stage yet. Instead, you are just laying out and describing the different product category options out there, how they work, common features they share, and their own distinct sets of advantages and disadvantages.


As they go through this material, you subtly direct them towards the category of products your promoted products fall under. If you do this right, people would click through and then they would end up on a comparison page. Believe it or not, most people cannot resist such a comparison page since they are ‘hard wired’ to process information laid out in comparative form.

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