Guide To Homebirth Review

Posted on 27. Jan, 2013 by in Reviews

Welcome and permit me to introduce myself. I am Madeleine Giorgio. I am a computer programmer. I have been programming a script designed to delve into the sometimes impenetrable world of Clickbank products (What’s Clickbank?). Right now my statistical gaze has been turned towards Guide To Homebirth.

My task is to collect as much information on the product that I can, give you that data, and then evaluate it myself. My final aim is to help you determine whether or not you should buy it. Why don’t we get going…

Product Info

This is the product info section. I’ve gathered this data from the product’s website and from a publicly published Cb data feed.

Product: Guide To Homebirth
Website:
Product Release Date 15th April, 2010
Author: Jon Eskola
Prices: Guide to Glorious Homebirth – $29.95
Images: Guide To Homebirth Guide To Homebirth

Product Stats

Here’s a few statistics relating to the product. Again, I’ve compiled this data from the publicly available Clickbank feed.

Total EPS 17.9257
Weighted Sales Rank (100 max) 74.86
Estimated refund rate for Guide to Glorious Homebirth at $29.95 10.50%
Gravity 1.96

Other data

More assorted data on Guide To Homebirth collected from Google and also the product’s site.

Homepage:
Website registered: 22-10-2009
Website Registered to: Eskola, Jon
Morristown, Tennessee 37814
United States
Website trust rank: See here

Review

What can the statistics reveal? Well, the main statistic for me is definitely the approximated refund rate. I obtain this from looking at the EPS figure, which would be 75% of the price, subtracting the Clickbank fee, if there were no refunds. If those don’t match then either

(a) there have been refunds
(b) the product owner has changed the price
(c) the vendor is selling numerous products via the same account
(d) I’ve estimated the price wrongly above

So, as you can easily see, it’s not, unfortunately, the most precise of stats. Here though, if it’s accurate it is pretty low – under one in ten people were unsatisfied with their purchase.

An additional stat we can look at is called the Gravity. This gives us an idea of the amount of affiliates that have been selling the product (unsure what an affiliate is? See this link). Products with considerable amounts of gravity are very popular ones, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re decent. Likewise, low gravity products, may very well be very good but just haven’t got the popularity yet. For this particular product the gravity of 1.96 is standard.

Guide To Homebirth Bonus

As I outlined on our about us page, payment for every single product analysed on this website is processed by Clickbank. Because of this if click through to the seller via a hyperlink here and then end up buying, we get paid. In exchange, we want to offer you a Guide To Homebirth extra

Your reviews

As a mere programmer, my reviewing skills are a little limited. There’s only so much I can do If you have any thoughts or experience related to this product, please let me know below.

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