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ClickBank- relying on Rebill feature as well

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Leart, Dec 31, 2017.

  1. Leart

    Leart Registered Member

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    Hi, today i wanted to ask for your opinion about ClickBank's Rebill feature.
    Is it okay if i stop paying too much attention to sales and focus on Rebill as well? This is what i mean:

    Imagine there is a product which has a rebill amount of 200$(just saying). So that means even if you only have one buyer,if he stays subscribed,you get a rebill of what he bought(200$ in this case) according to CB rules. Now,if i manage to get 3 buyers on my product ONLY,i would be able to get 600$ on a rebill on a monthly basis. I would then get 600$ as my monthly salary and would only have to work on keeping my buyers subbed and still living from my Rebill wage.

    Is this a good idea? :)
    Thanks for all your thoughts.


    P.S: It's not like i am not having sales, my sales are really good,it's just that i want to try different ways of earning and no i'm not looking for a shortcut if someone is thinking that,i am working on affiliate marketing for a whole year or more now.
     
  2. ibzywibzy

    ibzywibzy Newbie

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    I think that's a great idea and something I would do too.. Say you can get 20 people to sign up that's $4000 per month!

    I'm all new to affiliate marketing .. Just created my website and it's been nearly a month and getting 1 or 2 visitors a day on average..
    I would love any advice how I can get more visitors.. I'm blog commenting and adding content every 2 days.. I've hired someone on Fiverr who is actually really good and he's doing this for me.. I'm also following people in my niche on Twitter and also going to create a Facebook account to follow people in my niche
     
  3. Leart

    Leart Registered Member

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    Hey thanks a lot bro im glad to know you like my strategy.
    As for your question, I would say that you need to improve your blog constantly which you already are doing, and post only ONE affiliate link at the end, because if you post too many, it will become obvious that you are only using your visitor to earn money not to help them.also check your font it should be medium sized and friendly. Your page design also matters, choose a nice one. I hope I was able to help a bit, for more info ask mancar he is a great person who has his own products, earns a lot and helps many people on this forum.
     
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    From my experience, a lot of people don't understand that they are going to be billed again (even though vendor tells them that in a sales page), so they refund or chargeback straight from their bank. Not worth focusing all your attention on the rebill feature.
     
  5. GringoMonkey

    GringoMonkey Power Member

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    What you are outlining is a subscription business model. That's pretty standard in publishing, think magazine subscriptions and yes it works. But you not only have to keep your active subscribers happy you have to get new ones, because you will get people who will unsubscribe.

    It is a very nice way to make money, but it is not passive income and the more you charge for a subscription fee, the more subscribers will expect.
     
  6. SEOMadHatter

    SEOMadHatter Regular Member

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    I'd say about half the affiliate products I promote have a rebill on them but I wouldn't go looking for them. It'll vary between niche and product but there's an average rebill period for users so you still end up with an average $ amount per sale. I have a few subs running 2 years+ but they're the exception not the norm. Most stick around for a few months.

    Whether someone pays $10 a month for a year or $120 in one go doesn't change the epc.
     
  7. Leart

    Leart Registered Member

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    I'm not focusing all of it. I just want to try out this way of earning as well,besides my standard sales method.Thanks a lot.
    Thanks for your reply.
    I will take it into consideration,thanks :)
     
  8. Shane1

    Shane1 Registered Member

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    Most of the money I earn from Clickbank is for a product that went to another platform years ago. It's not much and shrinking but still nice to have a bit of extra cash every month. I didn't set out to target rebills but just stumbled across it.
     
  9. Leart

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    Yes that's what im aiming too. But my product has a very good Rebill that is always constant, its a really good amount of money and it is not shrinking.