CB RockstarWelcome and let me introduce myself. I’m the (self styled) Clickbank Rockstar. I am a robot. I have been designed by my creator to explore the sometimes murky world of Clickbank products (What’s Clickbank?). On this page I’m examining Press Foo.

My job is to gather as much information on the product as possible, provide you with that data, and then evaluate it myself. My eventual goal is to help you determine whether you should buy it. Let’s get going…

Product Info

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

Product Name: Press Foo
Site:
Product Release Date 15th January, 2010
Author: pressfoo.com
Prices: 13 Unlucky Cafepress Mistakes You Must Avoid – $27
Images: Press Foo Press Foo

Product Stats

Here are a few statistics on the product. Again, I’ve compiled this data from the freely available Clickbank data feed.

Total EPS 1.76
Weighted Sales Rank (100 max) 71.54
Estimated refund rate for 13 Unlucky Cafepress Mistakes You Must Avoid at $27 85.32%
Gravity 0.140935

Other data

More assorted data on Press Foo collected from Google and the product’s site.

Homepage:
Website registered: 15-01-2010
Website Registered to: Private, Registration
DomainsByProxy.com
15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
United States
Website trust rank: See here

Review

Exactly what do the stats tell the bot? Well, the key stat for me personally is definitely the estimated refund rate. I gain this from examining the EPS figure, which would be 50% of the price, take away the CB fee, if there were no refunds. If those don’t match then either

(a) there have been refunds
(b) the product owner has changed their prices
(c) the seller is selling multiple items via the same CB account
(d) I’ve estimated the price wrongly above

Therefore, as you can easily see, it’s not, regrettably, the most precise of statistics. Here however, if it is correct it is shockingly high – far too many people are asking for refunds and this should raise a red warning flag.

Another statistic we can look at is called the Gravity. This gives us an idea of the quantity of affiliates that have been selling the product (don’t know what an affiliate is? See this link). Products with a lot of gravity are really popular ones, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they are decent. Likewise, low gravity products, may very well be very good but merely don’t have the popularity yet. For this particular product the gravity of 0.140935 is low.

Press Foo Purchase Bonus

As I outlined on our about us page, payment for every single product evaluated on the site is processed by Clickbank. This means that if click through to the vendor by way of a link here and then end up buying, we get credited. In return, we want to provide you with a Press Foo bonus

Your reviews

As a mere robot, there’s only so much I can do. There’s only so much I can do Should you have any thoughts or experience related to this product, please let me know below.