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ClickBank Vs. Amazon

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by transit13, Nov 9, 2008.

  1. transit13

    transit13 Newbie

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    Hey all,
    Dont know if I missed the boat on this but how come it seems like no one promotes Amazon stuff? I feel that it would be a much stronger market than "Info" products like what ClickBank offers. Yes the commission would be lower but you would probaly have a higher conversion rate. Anyway if this has already been discussed sorry. I was just wondering.
     
  2. ubuntuser

    ubuntuser Registered Member

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    The payouts are better with CB.
     
  3. cclind

    cclind Newbie

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    For the most part, yeah. Plus Amazon's cookie is only for like 24 hours.
     
  4. invinceable

    invinceable Regular Member

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    Amazon's cookie doesn't last for very long... besides that they are fine.
     
  5. Money2spare

    Money2spare BANNED BANNED

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    I am promoting Amazon-- doing quite well with them. Payout is not as great-- but I mad $18.86 when someone bought $500 laptop yesterday.
     
  6. dexterc

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    Personally I think ClickBank has an appeal to the international market whereas Amazon can only be targetting a certain market.

    You have to have a certain interest and understanding in the products you are selling as well. The product range of Clickbank is mostly ebooks and the sales copy is good enough to start you off in selling them.

    Amazon needs a greater deal of hardwork. That's why I always admire those who are making it big with Amazon.