200 Clickthroughs 2 Registered 0 Deposits
since januar 2013: 65,281 Clickthroughs 1,271 Registered Members 808 Deposits
August + September 2013
CLICKTHROUGHS ..> 4,675
REGISTERED ........ > 60
DEPOSITS .............> 36
Based on the last six months i’ve a conversion rate ( based on deposits and not registered users ) of 0.6% every click ( not the best but not really bad ), 1 deposit every 160 click. My suggestion is to create collections or search result with specified queries and not simple links to the codecanyon homepage.
Example, if in your blog you are talking about WordPress Live Chat products you can use a sentence like this “This is a selection of affordable and effective Live Chat plugins from CodeCanyon” and you can use a link like this:
I’ve free products in the wordpress.org plugin depository and i bring users that come to my website to ask for support for my free products to codecanyon and works.
September 2013 – 170 Clickthroughs – 4 Registered Members – 5 Deposits
- 623 clicks
- 10 Registered Members
- 9 Deposits
clicks : 176 signup : 9 deposit : 9
Last 2 years, but i’m not satisfied.
300+ CTR 0 Users 0 Deposits
All traffic from youtube
Ratio fluctuates massively on your marketing strategy. Anyone putting links to CodeCanyon titled ‘FREE STUFF OMG’ are less likely to get a buyer, as let’s face it, the user is looking for free stuff.
If you demonstrate products well, attempt to make the sale from your description and then link them through, you have a way higher chance of getting the referral.
Whilst looking to see what of my stuff was being given away for free I found a few people attempting the top method. They might get the click throughs but they will never get a good conversion rate.
You need to design your content as if it was you, looking to buy something when you find your own site. Add sales techniques, descriptions etc, not just a link to the item…