Udemy + ClickBank Hybrid, Anyone? Oh, And It's In Spanish! I'm A Bloody Masochist.

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I've got a Spanish Udemy meditation course I would like to promote via affiliates. I've got a couple of problems I'd love to hear your thoughts about:

1. Udemy has an affiliate program, but being the smart (read: asshole) company they are, a "25% in most cases" portion of the course's price will eventually reach the instructor (read: anything from the entire price to a small commission). **** that - Where can I find a good affiliate network that promotes Spanish products? Preferably infoporducts, obviously. Reference - https://support.udemy.com/customer/p...ram-?b_id=3213

2. Clickbank has a problem of integration with Udemy. As far as I understand from looking around(Here Most Notably - http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post9483402) the only way to get the CB platform to work with Udemy is by using a free coupon to my course as the link for the after-purchase. I feel fishy about this, as anyone who understands how URLs work (read: 50% of the online world) could just copy the coupon name from the URL. Is there any way to go around it?

Right now I'm not interested in creating a course and host it on my own hosting.

It's a bit long, I know - but any help will be appreciated.
#bloody #clickbank #hybrid #infoproduct #masochist #spanish #udemy
  • Profile picture of the author excellingmedia
    Welcome to Warrior Forum. Your question is somewhat off topic for an Ad Network, but it does qualify as an affiliate marketing issue. It is really an issue of knowing what technology to use with what payment gateway.

    I can understand you are frustrated with the available options. I think I have an idea: UseFedora. Here is the link to the features:

    https://usefedora.com/features/

    It's white label. It has affiliate options, not sure if it's part of the free program, but I would think so. I don't think you have to host it on your own site... or if you just need a domain name? Talk to them. They're approachable.

    Once that's set up, come back here, and we can talk about CPA or CPC Networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author PedroKing
    Why you want to integrate udemy with clickbank though? why not just enlist your product directly on clickbank?
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    • Profile picture of the author tommygs92
      Originally Posted by excellingmedia View Post

      Welcome to Warrior Forum. Your question is somewhat off topic for an Ad Network, but it does qualify as an affiliate marketing issue. It is really an issue of knowing what technology to use with what payment gateway.

      I can understand you are frustrated with the available options. I think I have an idea: UseFedora. Here is the link to the features:

      https://usefedora.com/features/

      It's white label. It has affiliate options, not sure if it's part of the free program, but I would think so. I don't think you have to host it on your own site... or if you just need a domain name? Talk to them. They're approachable.

      Once that's set up, come back here, and we can talk about CPA or CPC Networks.
      Thanks for the thorough answer!

      I'd like to first build some followers using Udemy (I've got links to my site on the course and I'm PMing people for their e-mail addresses (got like 5% e-mails back in my other course - that's 50 e-mails for every 1000 signed up) - the marketplace is just RIPE with people willing to buy.

      For now, then, UseFedora is out of the question. BUT! Now I know that there's another option out there. Thanks man.

      Originally Posted by PedroKing View Post

      Why you want to integrate udemy with clickbank though? why not just enlist your product directly on clickbank?
      Well... As ClickBank requires you to have a thank-you page (after-purchase) and a sales page (pre-purchase) - I'm in a bind. Udemy doesn't provide those (or, more accurately - they do, but not ones that I can edit and insert CB code into).

      So, either I post my own course on my own hosting (a concept that I'm not the greatest fan of right now) or I find a way to use clickbank to facilitate traffic.

      Another important concept here is the MAJOR different between payments from the Udemy promotions and ones from my promotions. If Udemy sends the buyer, they take a massive chunk out of it (sometimes u to 80%). If I get an affiliate sale, the most I'll give him is 50%. and that's steep.
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