But I'm in a big dilemma - should I rather choose JVzoo as a retailer?
The product I've created is a product/service with a long lifetime. I want to market it and update it over many years so it's not a huge, big-shot conspiracy "magic" software that banks million of dollars overnight. So I'm not going to have one of these massive product launches that's (or was) common at ClickBank.
In the past, I've looked into JVzoo and they are getting better and better. Their support are also good, something that ClickBank is missing.
I like that the vendors/sellers at JVzoo have the option to run a closed affiliate program too so I can prevent to get too much junk traffic and affiliates that's not following the FTC promotion guidelines. But I know that one can't prevent this 100%
I also like that JVzoo pays directly to the seller's PayPal account, and not via paychecks like ClickBank does because I have had some trouble to cash in the paychecks in the past because the banks are removing the ability to cash in paychecks here. And the fees to cash in a paycheck are high too.
So what would you've done if you were in my situation? Would you have chosen ClickBank or JVzoo?
ClickBank is still the big guy out there with a lot of affiliates that's looking for products to promote, both at the marketplace and with 3'rd party tools like CBengine.
But if an serious "super" affiliate find a product good and want to promote it, he or she will most likely sign up at the affiliate network/retailer and promote it if he or she is serious.
Argh.. I can't decide.. Can someone please give me some inputs?