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My Clickbank Development Idea

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by digitalpower, Dec 19, 2008.

  1. digitalpower

    digitalpower BANNED BANNED

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    Maybe this has been done before but I dunno I'm still new and just trying to throw ideas out. So I've been looking at Clickbank and I was wondering if this app idea would be good.

    Basically you would query the Clickbank database for products and create hoplinks for your affiliate id. The application would be pretty much a clone of the entire Clickbank Marketplace but with you receiving every single affiliate credit.
     
  2. biks

    biks Power Member

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    I was kind of thinking the same thing. Make a wordpress blog, and start copying the top portion of all the sales pages from the affiliate sites and use my affiliate code as the hop link back to the real sales page.

    But then who would even visit such a blog with no focus on any sort of niche...nor with any unique content.
     
  3. mack

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    Several years ago there were many products like this, called ClickBank "malls".

    The largest survivor seems to be Pro2, here's their sales page and blog. (non-aff links)

    The concept sounds good at first, but yeah in the real world it suffers from lack of focus. At the very least I'd suggest picking one category and "niching" in that.

    You can write something yourself too of course, but if you just want to get a site up and then concentrate on the marketing, might as well try this for $97 (minus your aff commission "rebate", also the $97 is refundable since Pro2 is sold on CB)