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Is clickbank even worth trying out anymore?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by goodbyebluemonday, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. goodbyebluemonday

    goodbyebluemonday Registered Member

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  2. portugalkix

    portugalkix BANNED BANNED

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    No. Clickbank time has ended some time ago.
     
  3. abhi1

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    And can you explain as to how? as for the thread, yes it ture but thats what every company did in the recession period...you'll find that CPA networks did the same...

    don't just make your decision on someone other guys experience...you'll be missing something
     
  4. portugalkix

    portugalkix BANNED BANNED

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    I said that, because i know for myself and for many sources. The CB market is saturated, the products are cr*p nowdays, etc.
     
  5. Hardmaster

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    Its bullshit, CB works great
     
  6. abhi1

    abhi1 Power Member

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    Please enlighten me as to how the CB market is saturated? I really didn't understand ur point...
     
  7. Yukinari84

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    Yep. CB is dead and gone.

    It's time ended long ago.:rolleyes:
     
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  8. Oakley

    Oakley Regular Member

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    goodbyebluemonday, work your plan.

    If you pay attention to every thread like that
    you'll never get anywhere.
     
  9. Qokaine

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    CB is good if your wanting to sell a legit product or if your doing stuff legit.
     
  10. stressfree

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    but some products sell massively..so how can it be over?
     
  11. squelsh

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    Ha ha nice work.
     
  12. jaremore7

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    I've tried for a while, but realized that most of the products are crap. Stuff you wouldn´t even be keen on if they were free, there are way too many ebooks.... Maybe I was just unlucky; but to be honest, I'd recommend you to go into some other technique.
     
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    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    If you are going to sell anything from Clickbank, you will do better by selling Clickbank stuff to Non Internet Marketing people. Even I.M. noobs are hip to Clickbank, so they already know that all they have to do is sign up as an affiliate and then buy the product themselves and save 50% - 75%. Also, the Gurus have the big CB launches covered with their huge mailing lists.

    Cheers! - "Wiz"
     
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  14. PhiltheBear

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    What Wiz said!!
     
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    CB is not dead at all, but there are many people complaining about their shavings. If you take a look at DP, and read the threads in the Clickbank section, you'll see a lot of threads about people complaining about their "dead days" which basicly is days they don't earn anything. It seems like CB is shaving the affiliates ONLY.
    Some vendors has been sending emails to their affiliates telling they did a great job, and that they did X amount of sales... and a lot of these sales, wasn't credited, which clearly tells that CB is shaving a LOT. Some gurus who are making 20 or more sales a day experience days, even weeks where their sales drops to 0 which makes no sense at all.

    A good suggestion is to check your hoplinks as often as you can. Also, sometimes the hoplinks you make with CB doesn't work, but if you go to the affiliate site of the site you want to promote, and get your hoplink from there, you may notice a boost of your sales.
    Yep, i've been researching these issues a lot the past 3 weeks. ;)
     
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    Good proof for my words, thanks man! :)

    Thats the point! Better way to promote CB products is search engine traffic, make few thousand doorway pages and you'll get the success!
     
  17. vickitim

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    Sure CB is dead. So everyone stop promoting there products. Except me.
     
  18. maocom1

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    Well I just started with CB, right now at 4 sales and stuck there, been advertising the same way, but hops increase and order form impression are still the same but no submits. Hmmm, no speculation, maybe just running into a bad batch of buyers. But they have the 5 different cc minimum to get paid and I have been stuck on the same number. Just for anyone starting off, its not as easy as these guys post it to be, alot more hard work than seems to be, takes on average you need to drive about 150 -200 targeted to get one sale. These guys doing about 1k to 5k per week are extremely good at it and definately not going to share there marketing tips or niches. CPA definately alot easier. Just my two cents