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Product Seller - ClickBank Alternatives?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by ``Yousef, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. ``Yousef

    ``Yousef Power Member

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    Well, from what I've heard and experienced as an affiliate, ClickBank isn't the best place for a merchant to list a product shaving and dodginess wise. However, I am also aware that not many other websites offer a good affiliate tracking system.

    Any suggestions as to what ClickBank alternatives I should look at to run an affiliate program?
     
  2. wash123

    wash123 Newbie

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    ClickBank doesn't shave from what my analytics show. The problem you can get into is with the vendor and shady tactics there (i.e., lists and changing hoplinks to their own, onunload popups sending to other products, etc.). If you aren't a shady vendor, you should do fine.

    That being said...Plimus seems to work well and has around the same fee structure. EJunkie is another one to check out, too.
     
  3. bryanon

    bryanon Executive VIP Premium Member

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    I choose E-Junkie over CB and Plimus any time. Even though there's a bit more work involved (you have to make sure that your affiliates get paid on time etc.) and there may be some affiliates who don't trust you enough to join your aff program that isn't managed by a trusted third party, paying $5 per month instead of $500 (given that you sell for apprx. $10k per month) in monthly fees far outweights both of those concerns.

    That said, CB is still a great option for finding a whole bunch of affiliates without lifting a finger (given that you can get your numbers up at first) - for this, I do suggest CB (and don't know any alternatives that are as good), I just wouldn't ever use CB as my main affiliate program.