Why It Is Easier To Make Money via ClickBank than CPA

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Hello Everyone,

After my first 2 months working with PPC and affiliate/PPC here I am sharing for many of people bad observations for many great observations. Firstly, I want to tell that I hate Clickbank from few weeks ago, when they put my cheque in suspend mode and I am waiting now for a month to get it, so their new system works bad or too slow reviewing sold products....

It is bad for me because Clickbank offers converts really good for me promoting via Adcener, so I am implementing CPA offers now. I banked good money for my first month with cb, so now I am implementing CPA with PPC (CPA pays to Paypal too).

I am asking myself how can offer paying 2-10$ per lead converts more bad like clickbank product which costs 47$+...

If anyone is in same market as I am you can contact me on skype to make some chat
#clickbank #cpa #easier #make #money
  • Profile picture of the author Gordon P
    Doesn't matter. In the end it's all about the highest ROI
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  • Profile picture of the author bizoppmaster
    CPA offers almost always convert better than CB.
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  • Profile picture of the author zeroaffiliate
    There are many CPA offers out there. Some starts at a $1 for a zip submit and others could be as high as $100 which normally requires some sort of a purchase or sale. At times you could earn more by quantity since it's a easy 1 step process which doesn't require anything much from the visitor.

    CPA also normally converts more due to most of the offers deal with physical products or services whereas CB mostly deals with a digital product, hence more selling tactics is required.

    You can also try promoting affiliate products like those found in cj.com

    Do check out my recent post how i manage to make money promoting other than CPA offers
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    • Profile picture of the author dodinda
      Originally Posted by zeroaffiliate View Post

      There are many CPA offers out there. Some starts at a $1 for a zip submit and others could be as high as $100 which normally requires some sort of a purchase or sale. At times you could earn more by quantity since it's a easy 1 step process which doesn't require anything much from the visitor.

      CPA also normally converts more due to most of the offers deal with physical products or services whereas CB mostly deals with a digital product, hence more selling tactics is required.

      You can also try promoting affiliate products like those found in cj.com

      Do check out my recent post how i manage to make money promoting other than CPA offers
      I agree with you and your statement on your blog.

      I cant go with offers paying less than 5-10$ because Adcenter giving me too high CPC for positive ROI.
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  • Profile picture of the author jcbond
    It is usually easier to make money with CPA offers than Clickbank offers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Freshmorning
    CB requires much more marketing skill while CPA offer can be converted if you have some basic knowledge.

    But it doesn't mean that those are easy to convert , its just that you need to present the traffic with a full details of the product of CB while CPA offers doesn't require so. .. Easy-pizzy
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  • Ultimately, it comes down to the "reason for being." Why you'd want to promote a particular CPA offer or Clickbank product. True, the money potential is always nice, but I think part of why CB might be easier is because there is more work involved in promotion. You have to think about who you want to help, not just the technical considerations of a campaign. Not only that but depending on the CPA offer itself, there may be a lot of restrictions as to how you can market the offer.

    I've always come at it like this: what, as a consumer, would make me want to fill in that offer or buy that ebook? Is it compelling? And does it sound like the person promoting it cares about helping me with my problem, or do I just look like a dollar sign? The oft-paraphrased "more you help people get what they want, the more they'll help you get what you want" is absolutely true.

    Something else to remember is that there are other options besides Clickbank (like JVZoo for instance).
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