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Alternative to ClickBank

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by dishnetboi, Dec 9, 2009.

  1. dishnetboi

    dishnetboi Power Member

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    I am trying to sell my ebook, But i don't want to use Clickbank. Can anyone recommend an alternative?

    -I figure if I stay away from clickbank then my earnings wont be reported so I can possibly pay less or no taxes? (Correct me I am wrong?)

    -I wont have to deal with clickbank taking a cut of my earnings

    -I'm not looking for affiliates to promote my product that this time, Just me.

    So can anyone recommend some sort of billing platform that will allow me to do an initial charge on someones card, and then a rebill for a club that they sign up for.
     
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  2. dishnetboi

    dishnetboi Power Member

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    Anyone dealt with some sort of program you install on your site that deals with transactions?

    Sorry, I'm new to this type of stuff...
     
  3. Standard Toaster

    Standard Toaster Regular Member

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    1shoppingcart is something you should look into..
     
  4. diceinc

    diceinc Regular Member

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    how about paydotcom
     
  5. forexspy

    forexspy Junior Member

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    Start your own membership site and run your affiliate program thru there via paypal. Easy Member Pro is a good one. There are others. :biggthump
     
  6. sebamann1

    sebamann1 Junior Member

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    i second that. if you don't want to get shaved / don't want shit with the IRS, do it yourself. that's pretty much my rule of thumb
     
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    I guess E-junkie will do the job:
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    http://www.e-junkie.com/
    When it comes to taxes and such, the best and easiest way to avoid them is to set up your own payment system using PP.
     
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  8. Bucks

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    Paydotcom is an alternative. Not as good as cb for getting affiliates to sell your product though

     
  9. tacopalypse

    tacopalypse Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i think all u have to do is go to paypal and add their "buy it now" button code into your site and you're all set. very easy to set up.
     
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    greyhatdude Regular Member

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    I used e-junkie/paypal and found out that PP bills you a $10 fee for each chargeback. Christmas. Fricking. SUCKED.

    Looking at alternative payment processors now.
     
  11. Sneeks

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    merchants will charge you about 17% since your product(ebooks) have a high risk of chargebacks.
     
  12. RobBanks

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    try payzeno.com
     
  13. myapps43

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    Paypal "Buy Now" button is my vote if you don't need affliates.
     
  14. wpbacklinks

    wpbacklinks Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    try click2sell, they pay affiliates through paypal,
     
  15. PennyPincher

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    click2sell is ok
     
  16. oncemore

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    which one?