What's most popular these's day's clickbank or JV zoo

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hi warriors

I am wanting to release my first product and i am not sure which is the best theses days, clickbank or JV zoo i am seeing alot of people releasing products on JV zoo and less on clickbank.

so i am just wondering is JV zoo the new popular place to be now or is clickbank still alive and well

any feedback would be much appreciated

thanks
#internet marketing #clickbank #day #jvzoo #popular #zoo
  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hlatky
    Clickbank is a lot larger than JVZoo.

    As to which platform you should release your product on, that would depend on what type of product you have and what you are looking to get by using the platform.
  • Profile picture of the author jamesrich1
    Clickbank is like a elephant and JVZoo is a mouse. JVZoo is growing day by day and eventually might reach Clickbank's status in several years. JVZoo has some buzz but Clickbank is the biggest affiliate/publisher network for digital products on the internet.
  • Profile picture of the author oda
    For your first produuct I would recommend JV zoo.
    Its free to launch and you can test your copy, product and get used to making sales, handling support etc etc.

    If you find the product starts to do well, then you could migrate to CB and make a big push for affiliates once you have some solid DATA to use as bait (IE Conversion rates etc etc).

    JV zoo is excellent, I have used them since they opened the doors and have quite a few products there.

    Start at JV zoo, You need to do some work to recruit the better affiliates, but that's IM.

    Hope that helps mate

    Oda
  • Profile picture of the author steven schofield
    thanks everyone for the quick feedback i think that i am going to pick jvzoo i will start small and grow and plus you can't beat free.
  • Profile picture of the author Dan Allard
    I just came accross Clickbank on the Fortune 5000 the other day, I beleive their revenues are 386 million/year. Thats from memory tho so that number might be off but it's in that range. So as far as popularity Clickbank wins but that doesn't mean it's the best choice for you.
  • Profile picture of the author keivn2
    Probably it is just me, but I found that Clickbank's products are hard to sell.
    • Profile picture of the author absoluteallen
      Why not try both?

      Clickbank smacks the hell out of JV Zoo but, Clickbank has been the go-to affiliate website for eons when telling newbies how to make money. It's saturated for those who don't know "angles".

      JV Zoo is the David in the Goliath match, newer in a sense of possibly a "ground floor opportunity". If it's not just another clone of Clickbank, or trying to suck off of the low hanging fruit that is.. frustrated newbies that have been trying to sell or affiliate on Clickbank and want something new since they couldn't cut it; go with it.

      What do you have to lose? If you know how to setup campaigns fast then market them to people who want your stuff, bring it!
    • Profile picture of the author Brandon Tanner
      CB and JVZoo each have their pros and cons, but overall I like them both.

      As per current "popularity", here's a little perspective for ya...

      Clickbank.com Site Info

      You have to take Alexa "stats" with a grain of salt, of course, but regardless, it's obvious that JV Zoo is starting to make a pretty big dent in the industry!
    • Profile picture of the author entrepreneurjay
      Originally Posted by keivn2 View Post

      Probably it is just me, but I found that Clickbank's products are hard to sell.

      Probably just you it all depends on what your selling, how weill it converts, and how much traffic you send to that particular product.
  • Profile picture of the author Lilypuff
    Definitely JV zoo for a first timer. Free, easy to upload, and new products get noticed there. It seems like they get buried at click bank unless you are experienced at product launching.
  • Profile picture of the author tristatemedia
    i am starting to buy more products from jv zoo. less clutter and more user friendly. if i am looking for certain subjest, 20 products show up instaed of a 100 like clickbank.
  • Profile picture of the author Purwedi Kurniawan
    as an affiliate, I prefer jvzoo, 'cause they send my commission right away, don't have to wait for 15 days like clickbank.
  • Profile picture of the author andymisiu
    Just a question... but any reason why Commission Junction isn't in the mix here?
    • Profile picture of the author KimboJim
      Originally Posted by andymisiu View Post

      Just a question... but any reason why Commission Junction isn't in the mix here?
      CJ is REALLY expensive to join and they are for entire sites, not just one product.
  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    They both have their pros and cons. Clickbank has a much much larger bunch of affiliates ready to sell your stuff. As I've also said before, why does it have to be one or the other? Wouldn't it make sense to list your product on both networks and take advantage of the affiliates on both networks?
    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
      Originally Posted by WillR View Post

      why does it have to be one or the other?
      Very, very few serious ClickBank affiliates are going to put their time, energy, effort and resources into promoting a product that has another sales page elsewhere when they don't have to, and have about 15,000 other products from which to choose.

      The affiliates' problem here is that our prospective customer (with our Clickbank cookie on his PC), not having bought at his first visit to the sales page (which most don't, of course), can find the product again the following week via a Google search, which then takes him to the PaySpree/PDC/E-Junkie/whatever sales-page, and our Clickbank cookie is no good to us there.

      If the Clickbank sales-page is the only sales-page (as is usually the case, of course), we still get paid, even if the customer gets back to that page via Google.

      This is why vendors on Clickbank who have another sales page elsewhere, or another non-Clickbank way to pay, can attract only affiliates who haven't quite thought it through. Call me a judgmental skepchick but I would venture to suggest that those are perhaps not the affiliates whom many vendors would ideally wish to attract?

      In other words: it will make a difference to some affiliates, but those will typically be the ones who make most of the affiliate-referred sales.

      There's a kind of way round it, but it involves repackaging the product under another name (some vendors do this). This can work, but you can also get a few refund requests from people who've inadvertently bought it twice, and it might be less than ideal for "goodwill".
  • Profile picture of the author Clandog
    sorry i am new to this, what does JV stand for? Thanks
    • Profile picture of the author steven schofield
      Originally Posted by Clandog View Post

      sorry i am new to this, what does JV stand for? Thanks
      JV means joint venture

      and JVzoo has loads of new cool features that clickbank doesn't and they are adding new things all the time they seem better from a user friendly point.
  • Profile picture of the author SutharsanY
    Warriors !
    As a Sri Lankan, I can't receive PayPal payments. Can i use JvZoo ? I liked that very much. But I don't know that can i use or not.
    • Profile picture of the author WillR
      Originally Posted by SutharsanY View Post

      Warriors !
      As a Sri Lankan, I can't receive PayPal payments. Can i use JvZoo ? I liked that very much. But I don't know that can i use or not.
      You cannot use JVZoo or Warrior Plus if you do not have a Paypal account.
  • Profile picture of the author steven schofield
    Some great information everyone is coming out with thanks.
  • Profile picture of the author icegin
    I still feel that CB towers over JV Zoo -- a lot of popular products I come across seem to be released in the CB marketplace.
  • Profile picture of the author ExpertSEOServices
    I just launched my first product on JVzoo. I haven't launched one there before but within a few hours had 4 affiliate requests and 150 clicks. After 24 hours I had made my first sale though there.
    I would definatly recommend it for people starting out with product creation as its free to set up and a great way to make some cash before investing in CB
    • Profile picture of the author steven schofield
      Originally Posted by ExpertSEOServices View Post

      I just launched my first product on JVzoo. I haven't launched one there before but within a few hours had 4 affiliate requests and 150 clicks. After 24 hours I had made my first sale though there.
      I would definatly recommend it for people starting out with product creation as its free to set up and a great way to make some cash before investing in CB

      thanks thats some real good insight in to JVzoo i hope i will be able to get that many affiliates and a sale as quickly.

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