So i have a couple of questions regarding ClickBank and PayDotCom!
Which marketplace do you use to search for products to promote or do you have a product and if so which marketplace do you sell on?
Which site offers you the best source of experienced affiliate marketers to help market your product?
And final question, which niche has made you the most money?
I tend to do things the other way round in that if I know of a really great product or service I'll find out if the company has an affiliate program and if they do, which affiliate service they use - then I sign up for it.
I earn the most from linkshare and another website whose affiliate program is kept in house, but I won't be telling you which niche products I'm selling, as that would just be stupid
I learned nearly everything I know here at HubPages.
Lol I agree to reveal the niche your currently in will give you more competition.
When I first started online I promoted Sky Television and had never heard of Clickbank and Paydotcom,
However now I stick to using these programs as the payouts are high and its reletively easy to get targeted traffic and consistent sales.
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