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Can I use click2sell and clickbank TOGETHER to sell my product?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by BlackSeng, Oct 27, 2009.

  1. BlackSeng

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    I've purchased a product via click2sell before and I find it more secure to clickbank, imo.

    Is it possible to integrate both payment processors in my website to sell my digital product?
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    You can if you have two different domain names, and set each up as a "separate" products.

    If you mean put both payment methods on one site, im not sure.
     
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    Thanks Jcsarokin,

    Yes, I was referring to having 2 payment methods on one site.
    I want to have Clickbank affiliates and Click2sell affiiates promoting for me in the same domain. Anyone?
     
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    I guess you could...but no affiliates would promote your product if it is setup that way.

    If I am a clickbank affiliate, why would I send you traffic that may choose to buy with the Click2Sell link...which would cause me to lose my sale!

    However, I guess you could use some php scripting to look at the referrer and show the appropriate BUY link. However you would also have to somehow check for cookies and such, so I think you would be much better off just keeping one purchase processor per domain. You don't want to have your affiliates thinking you are trying to rip them off.