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About using clickbank

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by moronic_kaos, Nov 22, 2009.

  1. moronic_kaos

    moronic_kaos Regular Member

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    I think I found a decent clickbank vendor I can promote, but their sales page is retard. Its one of those long pages filled with fake customer reviews and it just looks like a scam. Is there anyway to bypass the sales thing & just go right to the clickbank shopping cart without loosing my referral? Or do all my visitors have to look at this garbage?
     
  2. yamahafzr

    yamahafzr Regular Member Premium Member

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    You judge a product you want to promote almost solely on the landing page because that is what sells them.
     
  3. dzoniij

    dzoniij Regular Member

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    In clickbank are so many products if you don't like garbage sales letter move on and find another one. Search in this forum there was code for direct linking to order page but I don't remember it. I just don't know if that is against clickbank TOS
     
  4. pjmc84

    pjmc84 BANNED BANNED

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    To answer your question, yes you can definitely bypass the sales page.

    Many people do this with shitty looking sales pages, instead they create a video sales pitch for the product and direct the user to a url which redirects them to the clickbank order form.

    Use this hoplink to go directly to the cb order form page:

    http://%3Cb%3E1%3C/b%3E.YourAffiliateIdHere_vendorIDhere.pay.clickbank.net
     
  5. godofhell000

    godofhell000 Junior Member

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    But watch out, because some vendors don't like this method, they might even report you to clickbank.
     
  6. flirim

    flirim Newbie

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    Check this:
    hxxp://www.warriorforum.c0m/main-internet-marketing-discussion-forum/145411-clickbank-direct-linking-payment-page.html

    hxxp://www.clickbankguide.c0m/orderlink.htm
     
  7. BrianBear

    BrianBear BANNED BANNED

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    Everyone should stay away from CB. They shave affiliates profits after a few months. I should know, it's happened to 5 different accounts, all around the same amount of time - 3 1/2 months. Does anyone disagree?
     
  8. striding cloud

    striding cloud Junior Member

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    The following is the method outlined by Pobman ..(I forgot which thread):


    How to directly to a Clickbank Payment page
    ( Credit to Pobman of BHW)

    1. Go through the normal sales page to the order form and find out the product ID number, in the URL you will see
    something like this '&item=2' so in that case its ID number is.... 2

    2. create the link like this:
    hxxp://IDNUMBER.VENDORID.pay.clickbank.net/
    Where
    IDNUMBER = the id number ... in this case 2
    VENDORID = their id on the clickbank system, if you cant find it anywhere else it will be on their affiliate sales page...
    Thats it. . .


    HAND.................................
     
    Last edited: Nov 28, 2009