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I have created a digital product

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by eHelper, Jan 1, 2013.

  1. eHelper

    eHelper Newbie

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    Hey there,

    I have in my opinion created an awesome digital product.

    I would be happy to give affiliates a % for any sales they do and was considering click-bank.

    i wanted to know if the $40 sign up fee is worth it and that I will definitely be able to get affiliates to try to sell my product.

    Many thanks,

    -J
     
  2. tycoonbob

    tycoonbob Newbie

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    Can you give more details?
     
  3. eHelper

    eHelper Newbie

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    Sure, it is not an eBook, it is outsourced email management based on a monthly subscription model.
     
  4. eHelper

    eHelper Newbie

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    Really? No one can vouch for click bank?
     
  5. JokerNikx

    JokerNikx BANNED BANNED

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    Try Hire a Freelancer Section ;]
     
  6. mancar487

    mancar487 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I'm a CB vendor and have a very good experience with it. I sell information ebooks bundled with private email consultations as I'm a nutritionist. If your product is a good one, then go for it! Two tips: invest in your sales letter (no matter how good your product is, it is your sales letter that sells it. An amazing product with a crappy sales letter will not sell), and give no less than 75% commission to your affiliates. That is pretty much the standard rate on CB.