Clickbank on Tech blog

by vishwa
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Hello folks,

Little bit confused here???? actually I am willing to use clickbank on my tech blog and want to know that will this converts very well. I am willing to write reviews on the products and eventually monetize it with Clickbank links. Let me know if it works.

I have zero experience with Clickbank so far and curious to know about it. Waiting for your suggestions.
#blog #clickbank #tech
  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Dou
    Yes. It will work if the products you're reviewing are in line with what your readers are interested in.

    And if the products are cool.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Chicas
    I would suggest you first get experience with Clickbank and other similar affiliate sites. One does not simply just review "clickbank" products, it would be way better if you have a particular niche within tech that you would like to develop and share content with your audience.
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  • Profile picture of the author YourGoToWriter
    It depends on who your target clients are and on the things that you are trying to offer to them. Decide on what niche you want to pursue. That should get you started.
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  • Profile picture of the author Miguelito203
    Originally Posted by vishwa View Post

    Hello folks,

    Little bit confused here???? actually I am willing to use clickbank on my tech blog and want to know that will this converts very well. I am willing to write reviews on the products and eventually monetize it with Clickbank links. Let me know if it works.

    I have zero experience with Clickbank so far and curious to know about it. Waiting for your suggestions.
    Clickbank is most widely known for being an affiliate platform for digital/information products (things you can download like videos & PDFs), so unless you've found a particular product on there that you want to promote that is related to the tech industry, there's no reason for you to join. The affiliate networks you join are based on the products you want to promote in your niche -- not the other way around.

    Joey
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    • Profile picture of the author vishwa
      Originally Posted by Miguelito203 View Post

      Clickbank is most widely known for being an affiliate platform for digital/information products (things you can download like videos & PDFs), so unless you've found a particular product on there that you want to promote that is related to the tech industry, there's no reason for you to join. The affiliate networks you join are based on the products you want to promote in your niche -- not the other way around.

      Joey
      Exactly Thats why I am now researching products on clickbank for my niche and if i find any I will join and promote it eventually.
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  • Profile picture of the author MilesBaker
    I would consider testing Adsense as well as ClickBank. Using Adsense can also show you what products/services out there are a good match for your blog.

    If you're writing targeted articles based around a problem and presenting a ClickBank product as a solution then you'll most likely do better than just banner ads for ClickBank products. You could also do Adsense in addition to this.
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    • Profile picture of the author vishwa
      Originally Posted by MilesBaker View Post

      I would consider testing Adsense as well as ClickBank. Using Adsense can also show you what products/services out there are a good match for your blog.

      If you're writing targeted articles based around a problem and presenting a ClickBank product as a solution then you'll most likely do better than just banner ads for ClickBank products. You could also do Adsense in addition to this.
      Actually I am using Adsense and amazon on my blog and it works great so far. But I am just curious about clickbank thats why I have created this thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author arojilla
    In your case, and as others are suggesting, I'd mix adsense with amazon sales (or eBay or others).

    I don't know, it's been a lot since I last used ClickBank but I don't remember them having anything great technology related.
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