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Aggregation products will no longer be allowed on ClickBank

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by istart, Sep 26, 2012.

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  1. istart

    istart Junior Member

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    Damn, looks like my product specific EMD is done for lol!

    Here's the jist of the letter I just got from clickbank:

     
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    makingfastcash22 Senior Member

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    Clickbank is killing off its own business.. Oh Well jvzoo ejunkie and others are inline to grab this business. :)
     
  3. vision2003

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    I've just received this too. My best selling product falls in this category. Damn you Clickbank!!! :smashfrea
     
  4. myhomestartup

    myhomestartup Regular Member

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    Yeah, this is a big bummer. Got some good sales from many of these products :(
    But we adapt!

    We aren't the ones to be sad, the vendors are! They are the ones losing out big time
     
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    istart Junior Member

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    My ONLY selling ClickBank product falls in this category! Well at least according to clickbank it does. I don't see how it's aggregate myself.

    I'm going to talk to the vendor and ask them where they're moving to. They must be moving to another provider. I can't see them just packing up!
     
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    BoutMine Regular Member

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    yea clickbank just fucked up big time they going down.
     
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    Seems to me that this decision can only be good for them in the long-run.

    Selling opensource materials for a profit is a big no-no. Vendors doing it should be banned. It's bad for everyone.
     
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    I agree with the last post. Clickbank is putting their customers first as they should, the most important component to any engine is the fuel that drives it! Customers are that fuel and when they're not happy then bye bye to the engine.
     
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    Exactly. What idiots by a product they can get for free?

    I am surprised they ever let this happen to begin with...
     
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    Vendors might be losing big time, but once they are moved to another place, that place will be a big gainer banking on same such products, still and the vendors will always be in profits cos they offer something they get for free.
     
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    JoeDownLow BANNED BANNED

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    this is big news no way will these guys stop selling though, where do you think they will move to?
     
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    I got this email too and swapped out my 'banned' product for a very similar one and replaced all of my affiliate links. I was wondering, however, will Clickbank email me AGAIN if this new product also falls under the 'aggregation products' banner or will they simply pull the plug at their specified date. Does anyone know if there is a list, of sorts, where you can literally check and see which products officially fall under the title of 'aggregation products?'
     
  13. zoomsixx

    zoomsixx Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I go this as an affiliate:

    It's good they are cleaning house but I think Clickbank has forgotten how they got to where they are. What are they now? A one stop shop for get rich quick schemes and bad diet advice.

    On another note. Does anyone know a good sports PC TV product I can promote as an affiliate? Something that may offer NFL games?
     
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    The Web Designer Regular Member

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    Well, what do I do with the domain I just bought? I was going to do a youtube promo for a tv-to-pc product. Guess I'll be following the vendors to where ever they go after being chased away by CB.
     
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    Last I checked the product with the highest gravity on CB was that Satalite to PC thingy which would fall under this ban? They banning their heaviest promoted product?
     
  16. zoomsixx

    zoomsixx Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    The PC TV products were banned. That's what I received the email for.

    Looks like the main PC TV product on CLickbank moved their processing to the below

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    https://clicksure.com/affiliates
    By the looks of it they may have just started their own Clickbank clone. I'm not sure what to think of this. I guess we'll see.
     
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