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Consumer Trends Report From CJ.com During Covid-19

Labeled as discuss in Domain Parking and Traffic Monetization, started by JB Lions, Mar 27, 2020

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  1. JB Lions

    JB Lions Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Not sure what forum this should go in, so mods could move to correct one if in the wrong place.

    CJ.com one of the biggest affiliate networks just released the Consumer Trends Report today, anybody can read it - https://junction.cj.com/covid-19-network-consumer-trends-report

    Looking at clicks and sales (actions), which will also give you insight into which domains could be hot right now as well.

    So some obvious ones like Travel and Live Events taking a major hit, about 50% hit. Games and Toys taking a big hit as well, about 50%. I figured that would have went up but still thinking about that one.

    Some hot ones - Business, Education, Food and Drinks
     
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    jjngjr Established Member

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    That is a little puzzling with games and toys taking a huge hit like that or any hit at all right now. Travel of course makes sense.

    The top 3 things that were trending on searches at Flippa (from a webinar held yesterday, I checked out after about 20 minutes due to it was focused on primarily the sales or trend of sales or searches of websites.

    They were: News sites
    Amazon
    and
    CBD
     
  3. pb

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    Cutting nonessential spending is my bet.

    People are playing the games they already have. No birthdays = buying less games and toys as well.
     
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2020
  4. NameDeck

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    They're definitely one of the best known affiliate networks around. Anybody who has been around for a while knows commission junction.
     
  5. Samer

    Samer Top Contributor VIP Blue Account

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    Sounds like the leading authority in their field.
     
  6. NameDeck

    NameDeck Who's afraid of red ... VIP

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    Ot: just noticed the agree/disagree button. nice !

    And yeah, you're right. Stopped following them ages ago though but they're well recognized within the industry.

    That being said, questioning leading businesses with authority isn't a bad thing :)
     
  7. BrandCollectors.com

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    the most suck affiliate network
    i have had experience with cjunk.
     
  8. JB Lions

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    I'm also cleaning up my affiliate bookmarks. Used to always check out Internet Retailer's top 500 merchants because I wanted to have them all on my coupon site. Looks like my bookmark goes here now - https://www.digitalcommerce360.com/internet-retailer/

    All kinds of articles/insight:

    Seclusion shopping: Consumers shop online during the coronavirus pandemic, but only for certain goods
    https://www.digitalcommerce360.com/...onavirus-pandemic-but-only-for-certain-goods/

    Of course that article is more what I expected:
    "With many parents walking the tightrope between work and caring for children, online purchases of toys are growing. Toys, sporting goods and camping products increased sales by 200% from March 13-24 compared with a year earlier."

    During the coronavirus, web traffic spikes for grocery retailers while jewelry traffic dips
    https://www.digitalcommerce360.com/...grocery-retailers-while-jewelry-traffic-dips/

    Which makes sense. Luxury items like jewelry or fragrance would take a dip.
     
  9. Abdullah Abdullah

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    @Samer CJ is the best that is there. I used it for long time and made money with them. @JB Lions I agree, games should be up
     
  10. Domains Ted

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    Thanks for Sharing!
     
  11. Donmarick

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    Useful information changes are big.
     
  12. JB Lions

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    Here is an obvious one I didn't think about. Weight equipment, home gyms.

    Since many gyms closed (some reopening now), people had to workout from home but most don't have a lot of equipment if they have any at all.

    Was talking to my brother today and they have some type of system but not free weights and apparently my nephew is really getting into it and was bored with they system they have. He has a white board with nutrition goals, taking protein shakes etc. I have some old weights for sale but they live in another state, would be too much to ship. I looked online at places where I bought my stuff, just lots of out of stocks.

    Examples. I have an Ironmaster Bench, this page has 13 out of 14 products out of stock - https://www.ironmaster.com/categories/olympic-bars-and-plates/

    If you check Amazon, weight plates, bars, dumbbells, most out of stock.

    And they say this virus could be around for maybe a couple of years, maybe more stuff in the future.

    So home gyms are really hot right now and should be for awhile. I actually sold a domain about that yesterday, in Escrow, but now I'm hoping they don't pay.

    Side note, these are nice squat racks - https://www.roguefitness.com/rogue-rigs-racks/squat-stands

    I have one of them and they also have an affiliate program.
     
    Last edited: May 3, 2020

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