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Is There any problem with Clickbank?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by tabish8612, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. tabish8612

    tabish8612 Power Member

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    Hello everybody,
    i am very upset with clickbank stats they show
    1,299 hops with 6 order form submit count but it only shows 2 sale
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    my question is if i get 6 order form submit so why its shows only 2 sales not 6
     
  2. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    That stat is when someone views the order form I believe not when they submit a final order form.
     
  3. cunxing

    cunxing Junior Member

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    don't be upset it was normal. like @wowhaxor said, someone land on the last payment page and decide not to buy the product. keep on promoting, is only a matter of time you got more sale.

    anyway you said 1,299 hop! i hope you didn't promote it using PPC, since 1,299 hops only 2 sale. definitely you lose money. what traffic method do you use?
     
  4. tabish8612

    tabish8612 Power Member

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    my 1,222 hops is involves 2-4 days crazy marketing i uses many method of marketing and even i dont remember the last method i use.
     
  5. seoagent

    seoagent Newbie

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    Here's a thought: Your hops are displaying how many visitors you sent to the merchant's sales page and not the order page at CB. Secondly, cookie stuffers and toolbars will use script injections to replace your affiliate ID with another ID from an advertiser of the said toolbar (Zango for one). Thirdly, the visitors that do get to the merchant's order page at CB may not be able to fulfill the requirements of CB, not with holding "sufficient funds available" and "country of origin" clauses.