ClickBank Vendors are required to select a default HopLink target URL that affiliates’ HopLinks will direct to. This is sometimes referred to as a landing page. It’s the first webpage that potential customers will directly engage with your product on.
It is only necessary that a ClickBank Vendor provide one landing page for affiliates, however, you can provide additional URLs to give affiliates landing page options so they can select the best one to reach their traffic.
Landing pages might differ in what kind of content they feature in order to reach particular demographics. Market research and knowing your product niche can help you figure out what works best. Once you have developed multiple landing pages, you need to add the HopLink Target URL for affiliates. Here’s a step-by-step guide to do that:
Step 2: Click the Vendor Settings tab.
Step 3: Locate the Marketplace Information box and click Edit.
Step 4: Click the Add New button.
Step 5: Add the additional landing page information.
- Marketplace Title
In this field, specify what kind of content is on the particular landing page that the HopLink will direct to such as: “Video Sales Letter,” or “Text Sales Letter.” This is a required field.
- Offer Information
In this section, you can provide general information about landing page and recommendations for how they can use it.
- HopLink Target URL
Provide the URL of the landing page in this field. This is a required field.
- Mobile HopLink Target URL
If you have a landing page specifically designed for mobile use, provide the URL of it in this field.
- HopLink Parameter
In this field, provide a parameter that can be added to a HopLink so that it directs to the new landing page.
- Hide in Marketplace
If you do not want to display the additional landing page, check the “Hide in Marketplace” box.
Step 7: Click the Save Changes button.
Additional Resources & Related Articles
- KNOWLEDGE BASE ARTICLE: HopLinks Overview
- KNOWLEDGE BASE ARTICLE: How do I use HopLinks?
- BLOG POST: How to Make a Landing Page Like the Pros
- BLOG POST: 5 Surefire Things You Need for a Great VSL
- VIDEO: High-Converting Landing Page Review (Bad vs. Good)