Udemy courses and click bank

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Is it possible to recruit affiliates for things like udemy courses you make to get people selling for you?
#bank #click #courses #udemy
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Of course that is possible - it's called 'affiliate marketing' and discussed here in many threads.


    The question is unclear -are you asking where to recruit affiliates (many discussions about this if you use the forum search).


    You cannot recruit affiliates through posts on this forum except in the section below - which are paid ads:


    https://www.warriorforum.com/affilia...gram-database/
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    • Profile picture of the author dezpair
      I'm wondering if people have listed udemy products on clickback; or used networks like clickbank for recruitment. I do not intend on using warriorforum for anything more than learning.
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Originally Posted by dezpair View Post

        I'm wondering if people have listed udemy products on clickback; or used networks like clickbank for recruitment. I do not intend on using warriorforum for anything more than learning.
        AFAIK, you can't list a Udemy course on Clickbank, at least not one hosted on Udemy's site. Clickbank isn't technically an affiliate platform, it's a reseller.

        Back before there were resources like PayPal or Stripe, it was very difficult for a small marketer to get the ability to process credit cards. Clickbank solved that problem by becoming a reseller. Behind the scenes, when someone buys something through CB, CB buys it from the vendor and sells it to the buyer. They take a cut for their margin (~8%, last I looked). then pays the rest to the product owner and/or the affiliate according to the percentages set up by the product owner.

        You can recruit affiliates for Udemy courses, but they are affiliates of Udemy rather than of your course.
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  • Profile picture of the author patrickvfisher
    Yeah sure !
    You can for example hire people in Freelancing websites , and ask them to Prepare HQ Courses for you in their Domains and you sell them in Udemy !
    it is a simple strategy and i think this is a kind of udemy arbitrage !
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