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17Aug/190

How to earn with Click Bank – The Ultimate Guide

You look at the ad again and again. You tried so many times without results. You don't know if this one is the right ones — the one which will help you to earn money online. 

The dilemma is…

How to find the products to promote and earn asap from them.

You can try promoting Click Banks Products. 

If you don't have one here is how to open Click Bank Account.

Click Here To Open A Click bank Account.

When you open and enter in your account on the top many, you will find a market place

 

 

You can see,  a lot of categories on the sidebar from which you can choose what to promote
For example, I will search for the product in the Health & Fitness niche.

When you click on Health and Fitness niche on the left-hand sidebar, you will get many products according to popularity

 

You want to promote something which other people buy. So choose the program according to Gravity and Avg $/Sale. You want to promote something with a lot of conversions and to earn money promoting it

 

 Bellow you can see what represent each parameter. 

  1. Gravity – The gravity performance statistic is an approximate, relative measure of how many affiliates have successfully promoted products from an account, with a higher number meaning more conversions. You can select this checkbox and enter criteria to search for products with a gravity performance score above a specified value, below a specified value, or between two values.
  2. Initial $/Sale – This number represents the average dollar value of an initial sale, not including rebills, to the affiliate who drives the sale. You can select this checkbox and enter criteria to search for products with an initial $/sale above a specified value, below a specified value, or between two values.
  3. Avg $/Sale – This number represents the average dollar value of a sale, including both initial and rebill payments, to the affiliate who drives the sale. You can select this checkbox and enter criteria to search for products with an avg $/sale above a specified value, below a specified value, or between two values.
  4. 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.
  5. Avg %/Sale – This number represents the average affiliate commission percentage for a sale, including both initial and rebill commissions. You can select this checkbox and enter criteria to search for products with an avg %/sale above a specified value, below a specified value, or between two values.
  6. 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.

Let us back to our Health and Fitness niche to choose the product for promotion

When we click to search for products according to gravity, we get products according to gravity 

Now find the product with good gravity and higher earnings (Avg $/Sale)

This one looks good for promotion

With a  gravity of 137 and a  commission of $66, this program can be a moneymaker. You find a good product now so you can start promoting. Right? 

But you are wrong. Now you have to find out more about the product. To do that go to the program's affiliate page

Never promote products without promotion tools pages.

Typical promotional tools are

  1. Landing pages
  2. Banners
  3. Pre-sell content
  4. Email Swipes
  5. Product images
  6. Videos
  7. Keywords

Here’s an example:

Surely with all these materials on hand, you can make this work.
All these tools are tested and proven. Use them as they are.
If you want to build your list promoting Click Bank products create the squeeze page for every program. In the thank you page put your affiliate link from Click Bank.

When you're done, click promote, and grab the affiliate links you'll use to promote the product:

Now you can promote it

Here are some tips How To Make Money On ClickBank

I won’t lie to you.
Making money on ClickBank, like anything worthwhile, won’t be smooth sailing, especially at the beginning. It’ll take creativity, trial and error, a jumbo size coffee urn for that much-needed caffeine fix — and loads of patience. Here are  tips to help get you started:

Do:

  • Promote high-quality products that you personally find interesting and would consider purchasing. Personally, I mainly buy the products before I promote them. I use CBproAds.com. to choose what to promote too. Here are the best products according to customers reviews. 
  • Believing in the value of a product will make you better at promoting it, both because your promotional efforts will be more believable, and because you'll have a better understanding of what draws potential customers to that product in the first place. Try promoting products you feel passionate about, instead of only promoting products that are popular with everyone else.
  • Take advantage of the tools and tips that vendors offer on the Affiliates pages of their sites.
    They often include useful information about the best ways to promote their products, and may also provide images, suggestions for related keywords, and more.
  • Test your HopLinks and campaigns regularly to ensure they're working properly.
  • Spend time researching various promotional techniques before you get started.
    Search on the Internet for specifics on each promotional technique should get you a great deal of good information for free.
  • Be flexible about your techniques, and be willing to make changes if something isn't working.
    Different techniques work for different types of products, so what worked for you in the past may not work in the future. The business of affiliate marketing changes very quickly, so you always need to be ready to adjust to market trends, new products, and other unforeseen circumstances.
  • Store copies of your HopLinks in a file on your computer.
    It's also a good idea to include a note about which product the HopLink corresponds to, and any additional details you want to remember about the product. ClickBank doesn't store copies of HopLinks you've created, so if you want to have easy access to them for future promotions, you'll need to store them yourself.
  • Choose an inoffensive account nickname.
    While your nickname doesn't have to be perfect (see the Don't below), it will be visible to customers, so it's a good idea to make it something that won't offend anyone or make them decide not to purchase through you.
  • Follow the terms and conditions of any sites you're using.
    If you promote a product on Facebook, Pinterest, Craigslist, or any other site, you must follow their terms and conditions as well as ours. We terminate accounts who violate the terms and conditions of other sites to protect our business with those sites.
  • Don’t be obsessed with high gravity and $/Sale It’s not necessarily the product with the highest gravity or Ave$/Sale you should focus on  Programs with a very high Av$/Sale have stiffer competition And, they usually have lower conversions Those in the middle have higher conversions  Find the right balance.

Don't:

  • Don't spam.
    There are a number of reasons not to spam other people with affiliate promotions. ClickBank takes complaints of spamming very seriously, and we will suspend or terminate accounts if we determine that they are associated with spamming. Additionally, many websites, social networks, forums, blogs, and Internet Service Providers take reporting of spamming seriously, so you can quickly find yourself banned from popular places to promote products if your promotions are considered to be spam and are reported by others.
  • Don't fill out the My Site/My Products/My Images sections of the Vendor Settings tab.
    These account sections are only intended for ClickBank vendors, not for affiliates. Please leave these blank unless you want to become a ClickBank vendor.
  • Don't use "negative" advertising campaigns.
    While some affiliates think it's a good idea to create ads like "Is Product X a scam?" and then link to the product, we strongly recommend that you not use this method of advertising. Many vendors are opposed to people associating their product with being a scam and can request that ClickBank ban particular affiliates from promoting their product if they catch them doing this. This means that your advertising efforts go to waste and you won't be able to promote that vendor's product in the future. In addition, it makes ClickBank products in general look bad and can make customers hesitant to buy the product since you've introduced doubt in their mind. It's better to highlight the benefits of a product right off the bat, instead of introducing fear about a product and then trying to sell a customer on the product anyway.
  • Don't feel that you must purchase the product you want to promote.
    You're never required to purchase a product to be able to promote it, though sometimes owning and using the product can lead to new ideas on how to promote the product.
  • Don't offer bonuses of cash or cash equivalents (such as gift cards) for customers who purchase a product through your HopLink.
    This is not allowed in ClickBank's Client Contract. You can, however, offer other types of bonuses, such as additional ebooks or related products, to customers who purchase through your HopLink.
  • Don't expect to quickly generate a lot of traffic using free promotional techniques.
    While free promotional methods such as search engine optimization (SEO) and social media can eventually lead to lots of traffic, beginner affiliates will likely not drive much traffic from these methods until they've had time to build up their efforts, reputation, and search engine rankings.
  • Don't mask or store your HopLink in a frame.
    For your HopLinks to be properly tracked, they must not be stored in a frame. If your domain is masked, your HopLink will be stored in this manner, and therefore will be unreliable.
  • Don't promote the "resolved" form of a HopLink.
    An example of this would be www.examplesite.com/?hop=yournickname. Instead, you must use the HopLink format ending in hop.clickbank.net so the Hop can be tracked correctly, ensuring you receive affiliate credit on the sale.
  • Don't use your password as a Tracking ID.
    If you choose to include a Tracking ID on your HopLink, it is visible to anyone who clicks your HopLink, as is your account nickname. Having both of these pieces of information visible to others may invite unauthorized access to your account.
  • Don't be overly concerned with picking a "perfect" ClickBank nickname.
    Your advertising efforts are what really count, not the nickname you use.

Let me ask again.
Can you make money on ClickBank?
Absolutely.
Just be sure to do your homework.
If you thoroughly vet the programs, you’ll cash in.
Many folks like you make $50-$100 a day on ClickBank. That’s a yummy $1500+ passive monthly income.
You can do it too. Hop over to ClickBank and get started now.

Best

Elizabeta

 

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16Aug/190

Signing Up For a ClickBank Account

You can sign up for a ClickBank account. Once you've created an account, you can use it as a vendor, as an affiliate, or as both.

Browser Settings

To sign up for a ClickBank account you must have Javascript and cookies enabled in order for our pages to function properly. To check these settings follow the browser-specific instructions below:

  • Firefox – Select the Firefox menu and choose Preferences. Click on the Content tab and make sure the box marked Enable JavaScript is checked. Then click on the Privacy tab and make sure the boxes marked Accept cookies from sites and Accept third-party cookies are both checked.
  • Internet Explorer – Select the Tools menu and choose Internet Options. Click on Security and make sure the security level zone is set to Medium-High. Then click on Privacy and set the cookies level to Medium.

Signing Up

To sign up for an account follow the steps below:

  1. Go to the ClickBank Signup Form.
  2. Enter your personal information:
    • Preferred Language – This is the language in which the user interface and messages for your account are displayed.
    • Country – The country in which you live or in which your business operates.
    • First Name – Your first name.
    • Last Name – Your last name.
    • Street Address – The street address for you or your business.
    • Apt / Suite / Other – If you or your business have an apartment, suite, or other number, enter that number here.
    • Zip Code or Postal Code – If your country uses zip codes or postal codes, enter the postal code for you or your business.
    • State or Province – The state or province where you live or where your business operates.
    • City – The city where you live or where your business operates.
    • Phone Number – The primary phone number for you or for your business.
    • Email Address – The email address for you or for your business.
  3. Click Next Step.
    The banking information page is displayed.
  4. Enter your banking information:
    • Payee Name – The payee name is the business or person who receives payments from your ClickBank account. You can change the payee name at any time.
    • Bank Name – The name of your bank.
    • Banking Country – The country in which you do business with your bank.
    • Tax ID – If your business is based in the US, you must enter either your business' Employer Identification Number (EIN) or your Social Security Number (SSN).
  5. Click the terms and conditions link to open the Client Contract in a new page and review it.
    Return to the signup page once you have reviewed the client contract.
  6. Check the checkbox indicating that you have read and agreed to the terms and conditions.
  7. Complete the reCAPTCHA challenge.
  8. Click Next Step.
    The account information page is displayed.
  9. Enter your account information:
    • Account Nickname – Choose an account nickname. Your nickname is used to log in to the user interface, is part of your payment links, and is entered in the comment field of checks sent to you by ClickBank. It must be between five and ten characters and must use only lowercase letters and numbers. Your nickname cannot be changed once your account is created.
    • Password – Create a password for your account. The character and length restrictions are displayed on the signup page. You can reset your password at any point, either through the UI or by having a password reset email sent to the email address associated with your account.
    • Link Existing Account – If you have an existing ClickBank account, you can associate your new account with your existing account by checking the checkbox and entering your existing account nickname.
  10. Click Submit Account Registration.
    The ClickBank Client Survey is displayed, and a confirmation email is sent to the email address that you provided.
  11. Fill out the ClickBank Client survey and click Submit Survey.
    The ClickBank University page is displayed. Optionally, you can sign up for ClickBank University to learn more.
  12. Open the confirmation email and click the confirmation link.
    Your email address is confirmed and your account is fully created.

Once you've signed up for your ClickBank account and received your password, you can log in at any time by clicking Log In at the top of the ClickBank site, entering your nickname and your password, and passing the reCAPTCHA challenge. If you forget your password, you can get a new one by clicking Forgot Your Password? below the login boxes.

NOTE – If you plan to operate as a vendor, you must pay a one-time activation charge once your first product has been approved. This charge is $49.95 for your first account and $29.95 for any additional accounts. See the Creating Your First Product article for more information.

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8Aug/190

3 Things All Affiliate Marketers Need To Survive Online

Every affiliate marketer is always looking for the successful market that gives the biggest paycheck. Sometimes they think it is a magic formula that is readily available for them. Actually, it is more complicated than that. It is just good marketing practices that have been proven over years of hard work and dedication.
There are tactics that have worked before with online marketing and is continuing to work in the online affiliate marketing world of today. With these top three marketing tips, you will be able to able to increase your sales and survive in the affiliate marketing online.

What are these three tactics?

1. Using unique web pages to promote each separate product you are marketing.

Do not lump all of it together just to save some money on web hosting. It is best to have a site focusing on each and every product and nothing more.

Always include product reviews on the website so visitors will have an initial understanding on what the product can do to those who buys them. Also include testimonials from users who have already tried the product. Be sure that these customers are more than willing to allow you to use their names and photos on the site of the specific product you are marketing.

You can also write articles highlighting the uses of the product and include them on the website as an additional page. Make the pages attractive compelling and include calls to act on the information. Each headline should attract the readers to try and read more, even contact you. Highlight your special points. This will help your readers to learn what the page is about and will want to find out more.

2. Offer free reports to your readers.

If possible position them at the very top side of your page so it they simply cannot be missed. Try to create autoresponder messages that will be mailed to those who input their personal information into your sign up box. According to research, a sale is closed usually on the seventh contact with a prospect.

Only two things can possibly happen with the web page alone: closed sale or the prospect leaving the page and never return again. By placing useful information into their inboxes at certain specified period, you will remind them of the product they thought they want later and will find out that the sale is closed. Be sure that the content is directed toward specific reasons to buy the product. Do not make it sound like a sales pitch.

Focus on important points like how your product can make life and things easier and more enjoyable. Include compelling subject lines in the email. As much as possible, avoid using the word “free” because there are still older spam filters that dumps those kind of contents into the junk before even anyone reading them first. Convince those who signed up for your free reports that they will be missing something big if they do not avail of your products and services.

3. Get the kind of traffic that is targeted to your product.

Just think, if the person who visited your website has no interest whatsoever in what you are offering, they will be among those who move on and never come back. Write articles for publication in e-zines and e-reports. This way you can locate publications that is focusing on your target customers and what you have put up might just grab their interest.

Try to write a minimum of 2 articles per week, with at least 300-600 words in length. By continuously writing and maintaining these articles you can generate as many as 100 targeted readers to your site in a day.
Always remember that only 1 out of 100 people are likely to buy your product or get your services. If you can generate as much as 1,000 targeted hits for your website in a day, that means you can made 10 sales based on the average statistic.

The tactics given above does not really sound very difficult to do, if you think about it. It just requires a little time and an action plan on your part.

Try to use these tips for several affiliate marketing programs. You can end maintaining a good source of income and surviving in this business that not all marketers can do.
Besides, think of the huge paychecks you will be receiving…

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