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I made my first sale but how to analyze it?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by apzzz, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. apzzz

    apzzz Newbie

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    I made my first sale on Clickbank, Clickbank provide me with the country and the state of the buyer. But I want to know via what sources he came to my site and buy the product, whether from ezine or any other advertisement. Is it possible to check that? Because when I check Google Analytics for that date data, Analytics provide me with wrong information which is only several visit and it came from my computer. Does clickbank has the email data of the buyer?

    Thanks in advance,,

    James P
     
  2. OTrap

    OTrap Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Clickbank won't tell you. Actually, this is why I usually use appends at the end of my Clickbank links.
     
  3. monsieur

    monsieur Newbie

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    Can you explain a bit more.
    I don't understand what you mean by 'append.
     
  4. webnise

    webnise Regular Member

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    Actually, you can track your sales by adding TID at the end of your CB affiliate url.

    For example:

    http://product.clickbank.com/?tid=anyid

    So using this way you can assign any tracking id with your affiliate links to figure out the source of sale.
     
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  5. apzzz

    apzzz Newbie

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    Yeah I did know about the TID but I didn't use it because I think it was not important. Now I know it's important, thanks for your advice!
     
  6. $ThisIsTheLife$

    $ThisIsTheLife$ BANNED BANNED

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    You should simply use a link tracker to know what source your traffic is coming from
     
  7. OTrap

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    This was what I meant by an append. Thanks to webnise.
     
  8. apzzz

    apzzz Newbie

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    I think my problem has been solved now, thanks a lot all!! :)
     
  9. webnise

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    Great :)