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Clickbank vs adsense?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by anandqq, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. anandqq

    anandqq Newbie

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    Hi,
    I am little bit confused with click bank and adsense?I know about adsense earning but i am not a quick earner in that, so why i am searching for new sites i found a site named click bank and read about that.I am having a doubt before working on that.comparing to adsense is it good?

    Can any body explain the steps to work with click bank.May be it will be helpful for others
     
  2. xenoxen

    xenoxen Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    clickbank pays you for each sale and adsense is different - they pay per click . You can promote clickbank in Adwords .

    Moreover , in adsense you will be banned - in Clickbank - not :p :)

    cheers!
     
  3. TheBHCat

    TheBHCat Junior Member

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    Apart from wondering how you've been on the forum since February and haven't read about CB, I don't totally understand what you're asking.

    Adsense pays you per click on their advertisements that you hold on your blog / website / etc.

    CB pays you when someone clicks on your "hoplink" to one of their products (e-books) and purchases it.

    For adsense, you make a few cents per click. With CB, you'll get ~$25 per purchase.

    To work with CB, the first thing you need to do is create an account. Once that is done you can search through their "Marketplace" for whatever product you wish to promote. Put a link to that on your website, or create a custom landing page for it and promote that.

    With CB, your goal is to get someone interested in a specific e-book that you're promoting and get them to the sales page to seal the deal. With Adsense you want to position your ads so that people click off your website :).
     
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