Anyone with Clicksure ?

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I am now always checking that most of the guys recommending to join Clicksure. I just signup but they are asking to upload the Driving license, Proof of address only for the affiliate accounts. I want to know how is your experience with the Clicksure.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
    The products on there are like clickbank 4 years ago. 99% are "click your mouse button 3 times and earn $25,333.45 overnight" type scams

    There ARE a few good products on there on occasion that I'll promote, but yeah - most are utter bullcrap. They're "based" in China I believe, so they don't have to follow the strict rules of the FCC and can allow their advertisers to flat out lie

    Having said THAT - it's a legit site, your info should be safe with them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by boosters View Post

    I want to know how is your experience with the Clicksure.
    These threads may help/interest you ...

    First there was Clicksure and now..Clickbetter?

    Clicksure Paypal account got limited. What's next?


    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...clicksure.html
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    • Profile picture of the author vMartin
      What is the reason for you to constantly mention China in a negative light?

      You do know some of the biggest online companies are based there right? Let's take HK for example; Tax haven & Some of the strongest banks in the world.

      I will take banks in China over US banks anytime. Do you even know the benefits for startups there?

      Also anyone that will work with Clicksure knows exactly why the do and that is to promote products that have more risk than others.

      Risk and reward.

      Clicksure has been around for years now and have always paid to the last cent and on time.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by vMartin View Post

        What is the reason for you to constantly mention China in a negative light?
        I don't do that "constantly", at all, but in this context, it's because some international companies choose to establish a commercial/official presence in China for the specific reason of putting themselves outside FTC and other regulatory jurisdictions in ways which, in my opinion, enable them to perpetuate some of the worst aspects of internet marketing, which have rightly and understandably given us collectively, as "internet marketers", the awful reputation we have in some circles. It's no coincidence that Clicksure accepts the sales pages of the MMO-products which ClickBank and some other networks decline for compliance-related reasons.

        Originally Posted by vMartin View Post

        Also anyone that will work with Clicksure knows exactly why the do and that is to promote products that have more risk than others.
        Yes, I don't disagree with that.

        Originally Posted by vMartin View Post

        Clicksure has been around for years now and have always paid to the last cent and on time.
        I do disagree with that. I've seen collections of "reviews" here, some of them posted here by Warriors i know and trust, saying very much the opposite. It's been made very clear here, and elsewhere, over a long period of time, that Clicksure's record of payment is far from reliable.

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        • Profile picture of the author vMartin
          Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

          I don't do that "constantly", at all, but in this context, it's because some international companies choose to establish a commercial/official presence in China for the specific reason of putting themselves outside FTC and other regulatory jurisdictions in ways which, in my opinion, enable them to perpetuate some of the worst aspects of internet marketing, which have rightly and understandably given us collectively, as "internet marketers", the awful reputation we have in some circles. It's no coincidence that Clicksure accepts the sales pages of the MMO-products which ClickBank and some other networks decline for compliance-related reasons
          You do know that Clickbank became big from "shady" MMO products not even THAT long ago. If the FTC never became such a risk for them I doubt they would have rejected the products you see on Clicksure right now. In fact the products I got approved and promoted where not short of breaking major rules and it was all rainbows and butterflies until the FTC came along.

          The amount of scammy products on Clickbank being promoted on there converted like hot cakes and still do but looking at it from a moral point of view it's pure nonsense.

          Also being FTC compliant does not make things less of a scam. It all depends how well you can bend the law.

          Take a look here:
          http://www.cbengine.com/popular-clickbank-products.cfm?

          The amount of shit you see there is insane. The entire business model is based on making money versus creating quality. Possibly 1% actually provides quality on Clickbank.

          I remember not that long ago choosing your child's gender was a booming product on Click bank which we all know is complete nonsense.

          I personally no longer work with any of them but to compare shit with shit is just stupid.

          I would love to know what products you promote that you would actually recommend to your friend and family.
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          • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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            Originally Posted by vMartin View Post

            You do know that Clickbank became big from "shady" MMO products not even THAT long ago.
            How far back do you want to go? ClickBank's been established longer than Google. They've changed a lot, though, over the years. You won't find many scammy "make money online" products there now, I think? Clicksure has those.

            Originally Posted by vMartin View Post

            If the FTC never became such a risk for them I doubt they would have rejected the products you see on Clicksure right now.
            Ok. You "doubt" it. Noted. (Does this "doubt" of yours signify anything?)

            Originally Posted by vMartin View Post

            Possibly 1% actually provides quality on Clickbank.
            Sorry, but in my opinion this comment's just too opinionated and prejudiced for me to be willing to take it seriously. ClickBank has tens of thousands of vendors, whose products cover many hundreds of different niches. How many of the current ones have you seen, to make such a sweeping representation?

            Originally Posted by vMartin View Post

            I would love to know what products you promote that you would actually recommend to your friend and family.
            I don't recommend any products that I wouldn't recommend to friends and family (and have in fact done exactly that, many times). For the record, I don't promote any "IM-related" or "MMO-related" products at all, not from ClickBank and not from anywhere else either, and I never have done. Those are generally products that I wouldn't be willing to recommend to my friends or family, and if I won't promote something to my friends or family, I won't recommend it to my subscribers, either: that's one of my "benchmarks". In terms of "what I'll recommend", there's no difference for me at all between friends/family and subscribers/visitors. But thanks for asking.

            (Disclosure: actually, in my posts here, I've quite often recommended Jim and Dallas Edwards' excellent book "Turn Words Into Traffic", formerly available on ClickBank but now from Amazon only, to fellow-Warriors who want to know about content marketing, but I've never been an affiliate for it, anyway.)


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            • Profile picture of the author vMartin
              Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

              How far back do you want to go? ClickBank's been established longer than Google. They've changed a lot, though, over the years. You won't find many scammy "make money online" products there now, I think? Clicksure has those.
              The top product right now: Finally revealing my $2,556 a day system - Google Sniper 3.0

              Please do sign-up if you think it provides value and report back.


              Ok. You "doubt" it. Noted. (Does this "doubt" of yours signify anything?)
              Right, the stats I pulled out of my ass but if you know anything about doing big numbers in this game which I highly doubt you would know the products that make up for the biggest part of the profit are not part of the good ones. Again I dare you to purchase the top 100 CB products right now and report back on their value.

              Sorry, but in my opinion this comment's just too opinionated and prejudiced for me to be willing to take it seriously. ClickBank has tens of thousands of vendors, whose products cover many hundreds of different niches. How many of the current ones have you seen, to make such a sweeping representation?
              As explained above. Nothing but love towards Clickbank but I can't understand how one can hate on Clicksure while not hating on Clickbank.


              I don't recommend any products that I wouldn't recommend to friends and family (and have in fact done exactly that, many times). For the record, I don't promote any "IM-related" or "MMO-related" products at all, not from ClickBank and not from anywhere else either, and I never have done. Those are generally products that I wouldn't be willing to recommend to my friends or family, and if I won't promote something to my friends or family, I won't recommend it to my subscribers, either: that's one of my "benchmarks". But thanks for asking. .
              I would say that's a very good choice because all of your friends and family will most likely dislike you for doing so.

              I still really wonder in what kind of performance marketing world you are living in.
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          • Profile picture of the author Lucian Lada
            Originally Posted by vMartin View Post

            I would love to know what products you promote that you would actually recommend to your friend and family.
            If someone will actually disclose to you the CB products they promote, you can be sure that that person isn't making much money. Only such a person won't care about more competition.

            To Alexa: I think you got yourself a new "friend."
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  • Profile picture of the author JosephC
    Originally Posted by boosters View Post

    I want to know how is your experience with the Clicksure.
    Read this thread, OP. Helpful insights here.

    http://www.warriorforum.com/ad-netwo...s-problem.html
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