If you’re just starting out as an affiliate, it can be hard to know what you need to do to be successful. Just as importantly, there are a number of things you shouldn’t do as well! This guide will talk about both, so you can avoid many of the mistakes that make life harder for many beginners.
You need to make sure you properly research products, before you promote any and be weary of reviews too, because plenty of people will give very positive reviews to scams – so long as it’s making them money!
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This is my first visit to Affilorama; and I have to say it looks quite promising. I am just taking up affiliate marketing; and , naturally, I have alot of questions. I am already seeing that many are answered right here, either throught training lessons or user forum.
Vendors pay much more to process orders via Clickbank than almost any other payment processor. When compared to PayPal for example the figures are staggering. But convenience comes with a price and there is no payment processor online who offers more convenience to sellers than Clickbank.
Live Video Interview With The Product Owner – Teleseminars and phone interviews have been a great way to promote Clickbank products as an affiliate, and now live video takes the effectiveness of the interview to an entirely new level. Ustream allows you to take the embedded code of your video and paste it on any page that you wish.
I have to be paid by 5 different people to receive a check. This one is just plain weird. You have to make 5 different sales, with 1 being Visa and 1 being Mastercard, before you can get paid as an affiliate. So much for being a “small” affiliate and just using ClickBank to process a few sales a year. I understand that this was likely implemented due to fraud, but I have to think there would be a better way to do this.
Go into as much detail as you can to ensure that the consumers reading your evaluations find out more about an item than they can discover from anywhere else on the web. Become the authority for a product and people will direct potential buyers to your website simply because you have the most beneficial information.
Make sure that the blog address (URL) also contains the keyword phrase you’ve picked in some way. So in our example, best-tinnitus-cure, my-tinnitus-cure, etc., all work just fine. Dashes are fine anywhere, so with a bit of creativity you should have no trouble up with a name that’s not been taken.
At the risk of repeating other bullet points, I’ll reiterate that most visitors will know that your ‘review’ website is also an affiliate website that’s trying to sell to them. Be upfront about it, announce it to your guests, and thank them for their interest and willingness to help you succeed in your endeavor.
There are lot of ‘gurus’ in this industry that have made millions from telling affiliate marketers that all they had to was find some traffic, direct it to offers and, voila! This method is something like those “guru” method. You could be a millionaire overnight! Does it really happen? Never. You must be sick and tired of so many lies and misinformation in this method, that’s causing many newbies (may be you) to end up frustrated, broke and about to give up. You actually end up losing money as they pay far too much for traffic that does not convert to buyers. Trust me, it’s happening!
I was purchasing the Primal Sleep System via the PaleoHacks.com newsletter ($9.99), and I was offered the Primal Sleep System for $29.99, which was “add to cart”, and then the PaleoHacks Ultimate Cookbook Collection, which looked like, along with the Primal Sleep System, to be $39.99. It wasn’t a bad deal, so I clicked to add them to my shopping cart. Now, the deal with a shopping cart online is that you get to verify your purchase and back out if you don’t want to buy it in the end, right? No. I’d purchased the Primal Sleep System first, via PayPal. What I didn’t know is that this had added an exception to Paypal, that allowed PaleoHacks.com to take additional payments WITHOUT MY PERMISSION. And remember when I said that those other two items, the Primal Mind Audio and the Ultimate Cookbooks Bundle, were added to my shopping cart? Nope. They were an automatic checkout.
Avg Rebill Total – This number represents the average total dollar value of a sale, including only rebill payments, to the affiliate who drives the sale. You can select this checkbox and enter criteria to search for products with an avg rebill total above a specified value, below a specified value, or between two values.
Also, please, don’t post responses with links for me to buy ClickBank products that will supposedly tell me how to make money on ClickBank. I am looking for a person who is making money, not a system that supposedly made money for this one guy, this one time, back in 2009.
So am I allowed to promote a clickbank offer on my business Facebook page? Or does it have to be from a regular Facebook page or my own Facebook group? I read Facebooks terms and I’m totally confused. I think it said I can’t promote offers that by business isn’t the seller of. Which confuses me because I google it up and tons of people are promoting clickbank offers on Facebook. Facebook says I violated their terms. I’m super new at this stuff so I hope they enable my payment info so I can boost and promote again. Please help me understand.
Avg %/Rebill – This number represents the average affiliate commission percentage for a sale, including only the rebill commission. You can select this checkbox and enter criteria to search for products with an avg %/rebill above a specified value, below a specified value, or between two values.
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I should start out by saying that there are some good Clickbank products for sale. I’ve bought a few that I liked quite a bit. Now, I’ve also got to say that I’ve found an awful lot of stuff I felt was not worth my money.
There seems to be no way for me as an affiliate to receive email notification of a sale. This one seems such a bizarre omission that I’m still not sure I am just missing it. However, I have looked through ClickBank’s FAQ and entire affiliate section, and I can’t find any way to have ClickBank email me when I make a sale. If this option is in the system, it needs to be made much more obvious.
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