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Alternatives To Click Bank ?

affiloblueprintpurchaselink
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Alternatives To Click Bank ?

Anyone know of any good alternatives to Click Bank that are located in some safe countries?

Are any on the rise that you know of?

I am interested in those that can take away the monopoly that Click Bank holds over the minds of affiliate marketers and are outside of the North America.

Watch for competitors emerging from New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, Switzerland and some other select spots around the world.

thanks, A.B.P.L
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joshuas
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There's also PayDotCom and DigiResults although both are still based in US and I think even both combined doesn't match the amount of offers available (yet).
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davidoff
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I signed up with paydotcom a year ago, based on someone's advice. Not done anything with them. On close look I find that the product quality is far worse than on clickbank. - Else please suggest sth.

Not saying that clickbank product quality is generally great. Just, sadly, the best I know of.
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jmpruitt
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I use a variety of affiliate networks. Plimus is good, PayDotCom has a few good products, Rapid Action Profits is good, and have a lot of instant commissions, so you get paid as soon as the sale is made, but they are generally lower priced products, so lower comissions, Amazon is good for physical products, but I recommend looking for higher ticket items so that you get decent comissions,
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jcdean
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AffiloblueprintPurchaseLink wrote:
Can anyone suggest any alternatives to Click Bank in case something happens to Click Bank or to the country that has jurisdiction over the people that run it?


Do you know something we don't?
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danchan
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You could try some CPA sites that also list products to be sold via affiliate marketing.
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mail4maria.joe
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there are so many other networks like commission junction etc
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affiloblueprintpurchaselink
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These are very interesting..... Click2Sell is based in Lithuania and RevenueWire is based in Canada.

linkshare.com (is owned by a Japanese company but their customer service is in the U.S.A.)

ClixGalore.com is based in Australia and their New Zealand branch is another option. Also Commission Monster is another one I believe you could look at as it is based in Australia.

Please CONSIDER giving these companies your business to keep them alive. We do not want any affiliate marketing company creating a monopoly in the minds of affiliate marketers. You also need to diversify across not only companies but countries if you have a big affiliate business or keep these in reserve at least to switch over to if you need to at some time in the future.
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aditd
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Avangate - software products only. Based on Holland.
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onelifeaway
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Hmmmm.... I have tried Click2Sell and I must say I am only really happy with Clickbank. Maybe I should try other ones but the problem is they don't seem to be as refined as Clickbank is.
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aditd
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There are many programs in Europe. I didn't particulary made a research on it but found a lot in England with the extension co.uk.
You should try search affiliate programs / networks + co.uk
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greg_591
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There are a lot of them out there but the best thing to do is make a little research from reviews and forums about these affiliate networks. Try thinking of an actual product to promote before choosing what network to get it from. Just to know what you are up against and weather or not it is worth the effort to actually promote them.

Good day!
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back-links
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Mark stated this back in February 2010...

Plimus - Very similar to clickbank but with different offers, easy to get accepted.

Markethealth - Focuses more on health/wellbeing based offers, mostly physical products, easy to get accepted.

Linkshare - Easy to get accepted, great tracking. However often has lower commission rates because merchants have to pay a lot for the use of their service and technology. Payments often take longer than other networks.

As Seen On PC - Relatively easy to get accepted, but prefers if you can show an example website. Great because they have a lot of physical product offerings with solid payouts, which is good for your newsletter sequence if you are looking for more products to promote in a particular list or on your website.

Commission Junction - Easy to get accepted, commissions rates vary wildly, some are good, others are terrible. The interface is a little tricky, but easy when you get the hang of it. Offers a wide variety of offers, some are really well known. Offers product feeds.

Shareasale - Good ever growing selection of offers, not as large as CJ but on average the commissions are much better. Relatively easy to join and to use.

Neverblueads - They prefer intermediate and advanced affiliates to apply here. It would be better to set up and promote a clickbank or other affiliate product first before applying here so you can show an example of your website(s). Make sure you mention you will be sending a lot of ppc traffic (if you will be) as this is a good selling point to get yourself accepted here. Has great affiliate managers.

Azoogle - Similar to Neverblueads in that they prefer intermediate and advanced affiliates. They run regular affiliate contests to spice things up. I haven't used Azoogle much myself yet but I hear good things about their affiliate managers from other affiliate friends of mine.

Affiliate.com - Similar to Neverblueads in that they prefer intermediate and advanced affiliates. Some good CPA offers here, but not a huge variety. That said, some affiliates are making a killing off their top few offers.

Uniqueleads - Prefer intermediate and advanced affiliates, has some great performing offers and is an up and coming affiliate cpa network.
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I have worked with clickbank and amazon and I think you can make money with any affiliate program if you know how to choose the best product and how to promote them well.
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