Although I left clickbank a few months ago, I have to recognize that I still keep a small eye on it, call it nostalgia or whatever . I left because my earnings were dropping day after day. Today I am getting adapted to CPA. Surprisingly 70% of my current income on CPA comes from mobile traffic. CPA companies optimize the offers for you depending on your source of traffic ( desktop or mobile ) and you can see which percentage of mobile/desktop traffic you get on your dashboard. This does not happen when you check your data on clickbank as it is not sorted by source. Even if you use TID trackers on your hoplinks, they don´t tell you if your visitors use a PC desktop, a phone or a tablet. By checking the statistics of a youtube video (just an example ) you can clearly see mobile is becoming more popular than desktop. It comes to my mind that many of the CB products have been there in the market for many years and haven´t been updated by vendors, making their landing pages useless for mobile devices, then causing a profit damage and a harder situation to make sales. For sure top vendors will spend money into optimized their landers, but most of the products were created targeting someone who´s sitting at home using the desktop computer. On top of that I would add that not many people take out their credit card while walking on the street or traveling on the underground, while filling up a CPA offer is something you can simply do without buying anything. Also people are getting used to Amazon and fact or being shipped a physical item at home after purchasing online. I have tried to figure out the reasons why CB died for me, going from a good bunch of daily sales during years , to several "0 days", till I decided to move on and start something new. I know there are still many people banking hard with CB, so " If I can´t make it again" It´s my fault . I´m planning to launch a big review site to get back to the CB game and would like to know if any of the experienced clickbankers on the forum are being affected by the "mobile traffic fashion ". So guys, there goes the question: Is mobile traffic hurting your CB income??