Has anyone tried writing to a click bank product with the aim to make the affiliate sale? I assume you can use an affiliate text link in an article but wonder how well it works for making sales?
here is a clickbank product hub
the hubber, visitmaniac runs a clickbank (clickbankpirate?) site also..bet he has pointers or examples
I sprinkle in clickbank links on articles sometimes, but its hard for me to find products that dont make me cringe to promote!
There are some good products though..you just need to put on your really high rubber boots to muck through them all
Clickbank has a very,very consumer friendly refund policy SO you can use the refund rate to judge if a product is worthwhile and also not worry about people losing more than the time it took to buy and cancel, if it comes to that
Just stay away from "Gas from water- run your car on water!" Puhleese! ..that crap was all over hubs when i first started here
i like some of the template products and internet marketing tools/ebooks
I have done a couple of Squidoo lenses with an eye for CB products, but no hubs. There is a lot of junk, but I think it's easy for most people to read the sales page and see what might work and what's crap.
I had bookmarked a refund rate calculator http://cbhelper.com/refund-calculator.html That site has a slightly annoying popup when you try to leave, but the calculator is useful.
Also, I have used cb analytics instead of searching from the marketplace as it's a little easier to use, and you can see better statistics on what's selling and how many other affiliates are promoting it.
Yep, that is the only site where I've been forced to remember the close tab shortcut(ctrl+W) for Firefox
by path-finder 7 years ago
Hi all. I have set up Amazon Affiliate program on hubpages and featured Amazon products on a number of my hubs. Looking at it after a while, the link-type report in the Amazon account shows that no one has clicked on the products so far. I wanted to know whether this actually works, so I clicked on...
by WorldCup~2010 10 years ago
Hey guys. I have come across numerous people talking about Click Bank, and how it is a really good source to make money. I am a little bit skeptical about Click Bank, and I don't really understand it. Does anyone else use click Bank? And if so, if it a good source of extra income?
by rb11 10 years ago
Recently, I read a product called Traffic Loophole or something like that, priced from $37.00 to $77.00, was a real disappointment. A lot of up-sells, problems getting the videos, things like that. There were also 4 different versions of the same things on clickbank. Also, I have come across a hub...
by Mark Knowles 9 years ago
Hi allI have a product I want to sell through affiliates and only have experience of these things from the other side. i.e. as the affiliate.Anyone got any advice or suggestions as to who offers the best (and most transparent) service? I am familiar with clickbank and paydotcom. I am probably too...
by Jennifer Crowder 10 years ago
I was thinking maybe it would be a great idea to implement Clickbank in the affiliate programs of Hubpages because they have so much to offer and new widgets and ad banners to possibly place in the hubs.. Give me your opinion on it..
by Brie Hoffman 9 years ago
Do you use it, how are their products?
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