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Sudden Epiphany. Why not sell a product on CB!? LMFAO

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by jakesnakemon, Aug 29, 2015.

  1. jakesnakemon

    jakesnakemon Registered Member

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    Are these dudes making bank by people like us marketing them?!

    It would be so easy to create a website on how to make money using information from here, doesn't matter if the method works for them or not, it'll sound like they can make a lot but they need to try harder.

    I could create tons of products and pages just like these vendors, why are we not selling products? Are the vendors the true Internet Marketers!? I think so!

    People reselling youtube views, IG followers, facebook likes, etc... all on auto.

    Damn!
     
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    Yeh, damn! :)

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    I think that may not be such a bad idea. The most important think might be to have a good looking landing page and like 75% commission. That are the things I am looking for besides Gravity. cbpassive looked for me quited good and convincing but I didnt promoted it so far. So maybe have a look there.
     
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    Good luck with that refund rate :D
     
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    You really think people that are looking to makey money online won't refund the product after finding it doesn't work? You have to be joking
     
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    There's 10,000 products on Clickbank and only about 50 of them make any decent money.
     
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    Y M C M B Power Member

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    there are already tons , and literally tons of products on CB, and there's a reason they don't sell that much, its because they are bs.
     
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    Good luck. Let me know how it goes. I would NEVER sell a product on CB. I would just create my own amazing tool and then build an affiliate program around it.
     
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  9. pakman

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    CB is full of horrible products only some break through and even those are normally in desperate niches which are saturated such as dating and such. You much better off making a real quality product and then promoting it your self trying to establish a brand of sorts.
     
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    Most of the methods posted here only work if you manage to make it work. Same with what I'd sell, actual methods that work but only if it just happens to work out for you, 99% of people fail. Nothing on clickbank is worth buying are you kidding me? I haven't seen a single item on there I actually believe would sell on the streets downtown or in person, so it's a bunch of BS. I'd at least be offering something of value, copy pasta from BHW.

    I'm being slightly sarcastic with my post...
     
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    jakesnakemon Registered Member

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    I truly believed for a couple days that people were making money off of clickbank. I no longer am going to consider clickbank for any future endeavors.
     
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    That's actually a great decision. Please also stay from CPA, most of them are scams anyways.
     
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    You advised them to avoid CB, and CPA? You sure your responses here weren't self-serving in some way? Thinking maybe you're just trying to keep the new herd out of your profitable niches. :)

    I do agree most CB products are crap, and most CPA companies don't offer anything of real value ... but isn't that because the overwhelming majority of all non-consumable/non-electronic products are in fact junk? These markets provide easy access to products that people do buy ... whether they are wise purchases or not is better left to the consumer to decide.
     
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    Boy you just gave OP a bulletproof plan lol
     
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    Actually these days people can get most of these things on fiverr at cheaper rate, so not sure how profitable CB would be for someone who is not selling something unique (or at least something like 'old wine in a new bottle)
     
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    True, the reason why I don't promote CB products all that much.

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    Agree as well

    Huh? Depends on who/where you buy them from I suppose
     
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    That and the vendors don't ever experiment with their copywriting style. You look at their salespages and instantly you know that the product belongs to clickbank lol. Look at the wso forum: proof that sometimes bs too sells, if YOU can make it sell :D
     
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    You'd probably be better making a mmo scheme and running through popunder/over services that spam my browser everytime when I'm trying to watch movies.

    Copypasta ebook of random methods that may or may not even work are just going to get refunds.
     
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  19. Paper-Boy

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    I was being sarcastic. :p

    BTW, I've openly shared my niches on this forum many times. No hidden agenda here.
     
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    How do you think MOBE became the phenom it is today? That said, it's not that easy. You're diving in the waters with SO many others vendors who had that exact same vision you have now. Usually, the success should come in first. Then, when you're business becomes too big to deal with by yourself you hand it off to others to do the grunt work (if you're selling your own unique product). People aren't just gonna see some new thing on the scene and decide that it's trustworthy from the jump.

    To have a chance at this, you'd need to truly instill some confidence in whoever was looking at your landing or sales pages whatever you wanna call it.

    That's what MOBE does so well (other than paying the affiliates $1,000+ commissions per sale and showing proofs everywhere in videos).

    Of course, you're not Shaqir.

    This'd maybe work better with your own physical product versus something electronic like an e-book. Some random thoughts, as usual (lol).

    Also this sounds like a Warrior type of thread, think that's all they do. At the end of the day it depends if you want to be the conman sales guy making short term profits and doing churn and burn operations or focus your efforts on something long term. Latter takes much longer but is more worth it. You see the guys chasing small fries are never satisfied. That type of work can burn you out too, try and think of providing some real value to the world and you'll see a return for it. If you're trying to scam someone who just started reading about IM, who knows how you'll change the outlook of that person when they think of the whole field. There's always someone bigger and badder than you, and it will come around. I've seen it, happen to myself and to others. End rant?? It's a part of what made me somewhat of a better person, growing up.
     
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