zsoltm78 wrote:Hi guys
When I'm choosing a product on clickbank to promote, how can I tell if it's a really good product to promote? Especially when it comes to ebooks about traffic, affiliate marketing… etc. I know that, the high gravity score means that lot of affiliates making sales, but that can be the results of a good sales letter, and other aspects like good web content what can get the attention of the potential buyers. A lot of products has 8 weeks of money back guarantee policy, which means that even if I make sales, there's a good chance for refund, and of course loss of commissions.
zsoltm78 wrote:Or I just should go and buy all the products I'm interested in promoting, try out for 8 weeks to see if it's really worth the money and than start to promote them? That would be really time consuming and of course money consuming too.
zsoltm78 wrote: How can I be sure, that as an affiliate I really get paid by the vendor, every time somebody purchase a product through my affiliate link? What if the buyer's pc doesn't accept cookies, or delete the cookies?
Sometimes I wonder if I made any sales, and I don't even know about. How can I make sure? On one of the products I used to promote through adwords, I got like 300 clicks, and I made only 4 sales, even if the keywords were specific to the product. That brings me to the reasonable doubt if I get paid or not by the vendors when someone purchase the product through my affiliate link.
michellerana wrote:You are not penalized if you decided not to promote a certain product that you have already registered with. But if your account in Clickbank is not making any sales at all or dormant (no earnings for 90 days and more) you are charged $1 per pay period after 90 days, $5 per pay period after 180 days and $50 per pay period after 365 days of no earnings.
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