Welcome and let me introduce myself. I am Eric David Lough. I’m a computer programmer. I have been programming a script designed to delve into the sometimes impenetrable realm of Clickbank products (What’s Clickbank?). Right now, it is the turn of Hot at Home.
My task is to collect as much data on the product as possible, provide you with that data, and then evaluate it personally. My final aim is to help you decide whether you should buy it. Let’s get started…
Here is the product info part of the review. I’ve obtained this data from the product’s homepage and from a publicly published Cb data feed.
||Hot at Home
|Product Release Date
||7th September, 2011
|| Hot At Home – $29.95
Hot At Home- Audio Version – $29.95
Here are some stats on the product. Again, I’ve gathered this information from the publicly available Clickbank feed.
|Weighted Sales Rank (100 max)
|Estimated refund rate for Hot At Home at $29.95
Some more miscellaneous data on Hot at Home gathered from Google and the product’s web site.
|Website Registered to:
15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
|Website trust rank:
|| See here
Exactly what do the statistics reveal? Well, the most significant stat for me is definitely the estimated refund rate. I gain this from examining the EPS figure, which would be 74% of the price, subtracting the CB fee, if there were no refunds. If those don’t match up then either
(a) refunds were requested (b) the merchant has changed their prices (c) the seller is selling multiple products via the same CB account (d) I’ve estimated the price wrongly aboveSo, as you can easily see, it isn’t, unfortunately, the most precise of statistics. Here though, if it’s accurate it is about averge, suggesting that the product is of a reasonably high quality.
Another statistic 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 automatically mean they’re decent. Similarly, low gravity products, might be excellent but simply haven’t got the recognition yet. For this product the gravity of 0.786279 is standard.
Hot at Home Bonus
As I mentioned on our about us post, payment for any product analysed on this site is processed by Clickbank. In other words if click through to the vendor by way of a link here and then end up purchasing, we get paid. In return, we want to provide you with a Hot at Home bonus
I’m just a computer programmer and my reviewing skills are a little limited. There’s only so much I can do If you have any thoughts or experience on this product, please tell me below.