Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by joker, Jan 16, 2007.
I like clickbank
I gotta agree. CJ Blows. When I first started out, I put a few links to a site I had at the time. It hadn't gotten hardly any traffic, but I was using it to practice different things (white hat things). CJ dropped me a few months later because I hadn't produced anything for them. I've used shareasale with a whole lot more results, and have actually worked problems out with them.
personally i've better results (maybe luck?) with CJ
Sorry to dig up such an old thread, but does anyone have an update on the CB "cookie" situation? Are they doing away with cookies?
I've heard a lot of bad things about CJ, but personally I've had nothing but success with them.
I've heard lots of good things about clickbank, but personally I haven't had any success with them.
I'd try both...
That sucks. Is SpyBot the only anti-spyware program to do this? Hopefully other anti-spyware programs, like that new Ad-aware 2007, won't follow suit. Guess I should download it and see.
By the way Ruck, Cash Tactics is an excellent blog man. I just subscribed to your YouTube vids, too. Good stuff.
See ya 'round.
I vote for CJ..coz ppl search for products land on your aff page.. in case of clickbank .. those are info seekers..and its hard to make them buy a digital product.. but thats just me!
Interesting. People dont buy digital products, or is it just the crappy sales pages that most CB merchants use?
Im new to the game, but after looking at some of the copy and site design that CB merchants are using... sheesh, its no wonder people wont buy. Are you picking the right products?
Im curious. Would anyone be willing to PM me specific landing pages to look at that are working on CB products? I mean that youre actually profiting from by preselling. Ive tried a few variations and tests and mainly the pitch pages suck so badly that I cant really presell well for them. Ive got 17 years in sales and from what I can see, these merchants just have no clue how to warm and close a target.
Definitely like CJ's pay-per-lead, as opposed to Clickbank. (Especially some leads that are up to $15 or more).
I think the key is what niche you are working. CJ has more " Legit products" meaning, name brands etc. clickbank is all digital products and they are now getting into some membership site which can pay you monthly. I think the key is pick a niche and some products, find the affiliate progam that fits you best. I actually like both although I have had more success with clickbank.
CJ and Linkshare are better than CB in my experience.
I have the better results with CJ. But I do use clickbank as a change of pace affiliate.
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