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Newbie-How much you will earn in clickbank for a newbie?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by jejeu, Nov 21, 2011.

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  1. jejeu

    jejeu Newbie

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    Newbie-How much you will earn in clickbank for a newbie?
     
  2. BENNY8877

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    It completely depends on you. If you are hard working and have an understanding of promotion then that will result in good earnings. That is too much of a broad question.
     
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    As a noob on cb you will make exactly $2,125,654.65 in your first year.
     
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    in my first year i earned $411 lol
     
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    I haven't made anything from Clickbank But I will continue to Try hopefully I get lucky.
     
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    Hey, that looks just like my Clickbank earning's list :D
    Good to see one not edited in Photochop like the Guru's used to use.
     
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    Sucks. I was making a decent amount with Clickbank but the methods I were using got shut down along with most of my links - it wasn't even blackhat lol. Most of the sales there are just rebills of really old products.
     
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    clickbank sucks donkey b@lls
     
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    For a newbie
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    There is no minimum or maximum in either amount or timeframe for this. It depends on how hard-working you are, how well you learn, and how easy it is for you to come up with original ideas. It took me almost 19 months to earn a single dime on Clickbank. I know others who have made thousands within their first month using the Clickbank payment system.

    That's the thing: Clickbank isn't a method. It's an affiliate network and payment system. That's all. It can't make you money any better just because it's Clickbank anymore than PayPal can (other than the fact that it has a "marketplace," but that doesn't make you anything inherently).

    Exactly. It's honestly no different than a CPA network of sale offers, except in how it pays its affiliates, really.

    Luck, like dreams, will do nothing for you. In the words of Vince Lombardi, "Luck doesn't favor the lucky; it favors the prepared." If you are prepared to work hard and stick with it UNTIL you are successful, then you will succeed. If you're just counting on being lucky, you'll come up short.

    I know many of them personally, and a lot fewer of them were faking those stats than you'd think. Some did, of course, but it wasn't THAT common.

    I dunno. Having done over $40K in sales in the last month and a half with them would lead me to believe that they're okay.

    Nicely done! Looks like you've got a solid thing going!

    I'm particularly impressed by the consistency.
     
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    Not much, its all about the amount of effort you are willing to put into it.

    The harder you work, the more you earn. Simple
     
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    This topic hadn't been posted in in over a year. Seriously, how did you find it, and why on earth did you post in it?

    Also, working harder isn't the solution. It's a component, but working smart is just as important, if not more so.
     
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    Wait, let me jump on the train too!

    Newbies be warned - Most newbies will make no money with clickbank. That's the cold hard truth. Nonetheless - plenty of newbies will make crazy bank as long as they're willing to put in the leg work and develop the right strategies to push traffic into the sales funnels.
     
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    NOTE: This is an old thread and it is still being bumped.
    Therefore, to prevent further bumping, I am now closing it.
     
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