ClickBank is a great place to make money being an affiliate for other people.
However I believe you shouldnt be able or allowed to promote a product until you have actually bought it, read it over, tried it and so forth.
With the amount of garbage being sold on ClickBank many people are getting screwed out of their money.
I do well with ClickBank but I only promote products that do what they promise and products that will help others.
A small tip for affiliates as well. If you contact the owner of a product and tell them you would like to promote their product but you want to know more about it, in many cases they will let you have a free copy of the product.
Just wanted to get that out there for Clickbank users.
A friend was trying to tell me about clickbank but didn’t really convey the concept. Is this a place to obtain products and services to sell and/or just promote as an affiliate on your own websites?
It was suggested pamphlet type information and e-book style promotion are the way to go
Clickbank is an excellent source of income for affiliates and can be for buyers as well. I agree though there is a lot of garbage being sold on there as well.
At least with these new laws being introduced by the FTC we might finally see a lot of the garbage out there die down. I don't believe they will ever get rid of it entirely but it is still a good start.
There is a month long period when buyers can return whatever they have bought. There is never any question of them not getting a refund. Seems fair to me.
Clickbank isn't the only affiliate site selling junk. You can find some pretty bad things on Amazon, eBay, and almost anywhere else tbh. If I couldn't get a product for free and I could effectively promote it regardless of the level of quality, I would still promote it. It isn't up to us to ensure its quality, its up to the site/person itself/themselves.
by WorldCup~2010 7 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 Brie Hoffman 7 years ago
Do you use it, how are their products?
by kre8iv4u 8 years ago
Really new to tech-talk....I noticed that clickbank has a book related to one of my hubs that I've published already -- am I allowed to somehow bridge the two together? Is that what backlinks are?? If I am able to add & promote a Clickbank book here on a hub....how do I do it? ...
by arthsabi 6 years ago
What are your experiences with clickbank?Do you recommend it?
by Dewette 6 years ago
Hi. I`m new and confused. I didn`t think we were allowed to have a click bank link in an article but I see one posted and the hub is still active? Please help clear this up for me. Thanks,Patty
by Richieb799 7 years ago
I have just created an account with them, has anybody got any examples of their Product reviews so I have an idea of how much content and layout so I can create my own
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