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    Is anyone making money with Clickbank?
    I've been a member of Clickbank for a couple of years now and I still haven't "cracked" their code yet meaning making good money with them. It seems that there are people that claim to make a lot of money with CB so I was wondering if someone here could throw in some tips on how to make money with this affiliate network. I've made money with Amazon and Adsense, but quite little with CB. Granted, I didn't spend that much time learning and investing in Clickbank methods and would like to start learning some.

    I also hate the fact that I can't receive my commission with Paypal and I have to wait for a check just like with Amazon, but with Amazon at least I get nice checks!

    So, I would like to know your methods of making money with Clickbank products. Where do you promote their products on your website? In the sidebar? In the post? Which traffic seems to convert visitors into buyers when it comes to CB items?
    Any tips and help is greatly appreciated!


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    If you have a blog that gets traffic you can make money with Clickbank by putting a banner up of a product your readers would be in to. Otherwise I have no idea how some of these people make these 1 page static sales websites and make a ton of money on Clickbank, I wish I knew their secret.


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    When You Figure Out The Secret, Tell Me!!! :)
    I really feel that some of these people are not being truthful and some probably have a lot of traffic. I am a Clickbank affiliate and I haven't made a dime. Maybe I should press a little bit harder. So far I have only tried to promote about four books on there and the people I deal with just do not like to spend money. Maybe I should find people with money and market to them. I will keep trying to figure it all out. This year I want to focus more on email marketing and SEO. Maybe that will help some!


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    I think the best way to sell Clickbank products is to make a YouTube video promoting it. You also have to do a lot of keyword research as well as research on your competition. If you're camera shy you can always hire someone off of fiverr.com to do a testimonial video for you. Just add some annotations in your video and put your affiliate link in the description. If you want to get on the first page of YouTube faster you can always buy views, likes, and comments. The beautiful thing about getting the #1 or #2 spot on YouTube is that is someone does a Google search for that keyword, your video will most likely be on the first page of Google too!


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    I used to promote ebooks from clickbank and stayed with them for just few months. after some intensive marketing, I got some hits and my account went up to almost $50 more or less at that time. I thought things will just continue that way so I focused on emarketing, UNTIL I went on a month vacation. My hits then became less and nothing coming in to my account. I have not withdrawn my money and later realized that CB is slowly deducting some "maintenance fees" from my account - that pissed me off so much and I could not get my money out until its down to ... nothing.

    One more thing, if you forgot your PASSWORD there is no way that you could retrieve or change it... you have to register a new one again which means... tada! NEW PAYMENT!

    I would never use CB again.


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    I wish I could learn how to "crack the code" myself. I'm pretty sure there are a lot of people out there who are fibbing about how much money they make with Clickbank. I've tried to make it work for me many times over the years (off and on), and I have never had any luck at all. I definitely think there are better options out there. People are starting to catch on to the whole "get rich quick" schemes, and that's pretty much all that is sold on Clickbank.


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    @nowicki2013 - That's an interesting approach! I will give it a shot (I mean hiring someone from fiverr.com) and see how it goes for some of my sites, not just the ones monetized with Clickbank.

    @gHiros - Thanks for that tip as well! 35k followers is really great!

    @LindaKay - As soon as I crack the code I'll share it with you as well


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    If you are into network marketing and are a complete beginner like I am, you can give this free webinar a try that will show you starting right now how to make your first sale. They have a "done for you" plan that will get you sales on autopilot. Sign up for the free webinar here: http://yourmindyourfuture.com


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    Here is what I look at: Have I ever used a link from a blog to this service? For Clickbank, that answer is no. I have never been enticed by the ads for Clickbank, so I don't think I would make money with them. I always shop on Amazon, so I do see how people make money being an affiliate. Same with AdSense. I have clicked on AdSense links, so I understand how well it works. I don't know if that made any sense, but I look for programs that appeal to me.


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    The key with Clickbank is to find a good product that has a great landing page. Often times a potential customer would click on the referral link, but the landing pages look very spammy with obvious over-inflated false testimonials. Not to mention “the only 3 items left” or “if you buy now, you can save 90%” sells....but I digress. The product should have some value to your readers otherwise they will not even click on the affiliate link, much less sign up. Think to yourself, would I buy this product from this website (your affiliate)? If the answer is no then others you send there probably will not either.


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