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Looking for a good guide for being a Clickbank Vendor

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by tekstorm, Apr 14, 2014.

  1. tekstorm

    tekstorm Registered Member

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    Hello, I have been working on a digital product and have been thinking of selling it through Clickbank. Would anyone know of a good guide on how to go through the whole process? Website, plugins, sales copy, finding affiliates etc. I'm just not sure where to begin. Thanks.
     
  2. CLZzZz

    CLZzZz Registered Member

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    im a noob too. I figure I have to read posts and success stories for clues. I don't think theres a short cut.
     
  3. tekstorm

    tekstorm Registered Member

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    Well I did look up some success stories but they are really vague on what the setup process is, like anything I do my research but it's always easier to not recreate the wheel. Maybe someone has done a WSO in the past going over the basics?
     
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    Maybe this is not the answer you are looking for, but trust me, this is what has worked for practically all successful vendors:

    To be a successful vendor, first, be a successful affiliate. By knowing what it takes to be a good affiliate, you'll know what you will need to do as a vendor and what you need to provide your affiliates to rank well in the marketplace.

    Other than that, you can try linking with established people on CB and setting up JVs. With the ability to set up custom contracts on CB, this is now much easier. E.g you can have a person in charge of copyrighting, another one in charge of affiliate recruitment etc... and you can pay them in % s of the profits, if you don't have cash upfront.

    But trust me, it will really be worthwhile learning about being an affiliate and making good money as an affiliate, before trying your hand at being a vendor.

    Hope this helps a bit,
    Mancar
     
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  5. tekstorm

    tekstorm Registered Member

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    Thanks mancar, I'll give it a shot. I was a small time affiliate a few years ago, had a window where I made a couple hundred bucks a month on blogs I created. That was until the first big Google update a few years ago and all my sites got slapped. I gave up being an affiliate for a while and focused on some other product designs/consulting. I still make a little bit of money off those blogs, so maybe I could give it another shot. At least for now I will finish the product so it will at least be sitting there when I'm ready.

    Thanks again.
     
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