Clickbank Alternatives for vendors AND affiliates??

by Brains Gone Wild 24 replies
So it begins.... the death of Clickbank. (see thread http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ccounts-5.html)

So, the natural question is: Are there reputable Clickbank alternatives for both vendors and affiliates?

Hopefully, the answers here can help a lot of Warriors!
#main internet marketing discussion forum #affiliates #alternatives #clickbank #vendors
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  • Profile picture of the author RonnyRaygun
    Shopping Cart | Affiliate Software | Sell Online comes to mind. They allow Google Checkout, PayPal, and authorize.net

    Not quite as full a set of features as Clickbank, but they're up and coming.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr. Ken Russell
    Originally Posted by Sarevok View Post

    Why is the death of clickbank a sure thing now? I think clickbank is still awesome.



    Does anyone know the implication of the clickbank color rating thingy?

    PS: Not meaning to highjack thread. JVZoo is one I've seen with momentum as of late, also Paypal seems pretty good. (as long as you don't get lots of complaints, but really, you don't want complaints anywhere).
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    Custom Shopping Cart
    Free Signup
    Infusion Soft
    1ShoppingCart
    PayPal
  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    Why is the death of clickbank a sure thing now? I think clickbank is still awesome.



    Does anyone know the implication of the clickbank color rating thingy?

    PS: Not meaning to highjack thread. JVZoo is one I've seen with momentum as of late, also Paypal seems pretty good. (as long as you don't get lots of complaints, but really, you don't want complaints anywhere).
    • Profile picture of the author ShaneGorry
      I hear a Bob Dylan tune in my head. Survival of the most adaptable seems to be what divides the sheep from the goats in business.

      Originally Posted by Sarevok View Post

      Why is the death of clickbank a sure thing now? I think clickbank is still awesome.



      Does anyone know the implication of the clickbank color rating thingy?

      PS: Not meaning to highjack thread. JVZoo is one I've seen with momentum as of late, also Paypal seems pretty good. (as long as you don't get lots of complaints, but really, you don't want complaints anywhere).
  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by Brains Gone Wild View Post

    So it begins.... the death of Clickbank.
    For the record, ClickBank has been established longer than Google, has (as of today) now paid out over $2.25 Billion in client earnings, and continues to grow steadily. Meanwhile, in internet marketing forums, its impending demise has been announced at least several times per month ever since I've been online.
    • Profile picture of the author Brains Gone Wild
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      For the record, ClickBank has been established longer than Google, has (as of today) now paid out over $2.25 Billion in client earnings, and continues to grow steadily. Meanwhile, in internet marketing forums, its impending demise has been announced at least several times per month ever since I've been online.
      True, Alexa. However, the same could be said about Paypal. After years of policy changes, millions in marketer funds withheld, bad business decisions and general insanity - most internet marketers won't touch Paypal with a 10 ft pole. Just because CB (and Paypal) have track records and a history of financial success, it doesn't mean that they can't shoot themselves in the foot. (see Google). Ironically, CB may prove to not be evergreen.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Paydotcom is a good alternatives. Allows you to block affiliates who are messing up your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author NelsonSanabria
    plimus
    click2sell .eu
    jvzoo
    paydotcom
    Cj

    just a couple no particular order!
  • Profile picture of the author realaffiliatereviews
    creating your own private offer on your own platform is where a lot are going. mainly due to clickbank not approving IM related offers, and also, because clickbank's refund rate is ridiculous since they refund to anyone and everyone.

    i actually have done this with my offers. i moved my offers over to my own merchant and use 1shoppingcart for my affiliate program.

    actually, i just added a CPA offer that pays $50 per $4.95 sale and if anyone is interested in mailing for the offer, pm me and i can get you setup in our system.
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  • Profile picture of the author BeechHill
    This seems to be a prevalent situation. Google slaps, Amazon affiliate cancellations and now Clickbank. Followed by many more third party players soon. It's all just a natural maturation of the technology. I guess that means less shortcuts and more talent and work needed to produce something of worth which creates less problems and returns real value to the customer. Which is to say, same as it ever was.
  • Profile picture of the author celente
    jVZOO

    paydotcom

    I still like clickbank, and think it is the best even though they are doing this stupid color coding things.

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