Proud Clickbank Vendors Please Read!

by [Enzo 54 replies
Hi, I am going to be a new clickbank vendor and I am very excited.

Can I hear some of your stories being a clickbank vendor?

Maybe how much you made on your first product, if you made more or less than you thought you would, if affiliates found you automatically or if you found them, and if you did find them how?

Also anything you wish someone could or would have said to you when you were going to get your first product on clickbank.

I want to charge $197 for my product which is good for my niche, not too high, not too low. Do affiliates like selling products over $97 or do their scam alert red flags go up and they don't even give it a chance?

I seel most products are 27-47 and a few 67 and 97 I don't see much other prices.

I'm going to offer affiliates 50% so they will get almost 100 dollars per sale, does that attract affiliates or does it repel them because it can be harder to get someone to spend $197 than it is to get them to spend $27?

Is selling over 10,000copies in one year an unrealistic goal, or if everything is mint and clean with good copy, is it actually in the realm of reality?

I turn 29 next month and I want to make my first million before I'm 30, I'm selling in the dating niche and it's from a whole new approach, total untapped niche that speaks to the whole market.

Have you ever put out something of quality, with good sales copy, offered a good commission and didn't attract affiliates or sales?

Can I hear your good stories, bad stories, everything inbetween and anything you wish someone told you right before launching your first product??

Is there even many clickbank vendors here or is this forum mostly affiliates?

Also can you find good affiliates here or quality affiliates??

It's crazy because this Diabetic offer, the top affiliate earns over 500k MONTHLY, I've never even made 2k monthly before, and that's just an affiliate. I've tried affiliate marketing and I find it to be extremely hard, so for me it's much better to put together a great offer and let people who are good at affiliate marketing do the selling for me, for a very nice commission.

Is there any clickbank vendors here who do not make enough money to live off of, like at least afford to live in a one bedroom apartment?

I really want a house like the one that Mo Vlogs just bought, you can see it here:
Could I start making like 10-50 mill a year?

Assuming I did everything very well, and customers love my product and returns are extremely low, what would be your best guess that I should expect to make in one year? Have many of you already made your first million, and how long did it take you to make your first million?

Sorry about all the questions I just got nobody to talk to about any of this stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author amuro
    I do have 3 questions if you don't mind.

    Not just as a fellow Warrior.

    But from a prospect's point of view.

    1. Does your product deliver what you said what it will?

    2. How do you intend to drive targeted traffic to your offers?

    3. Have you tested out everything to make sure the links and resources are working in both sales page and members area?


    Besides doing so, here is my suggestion as well.

    Go and contact other vendors in your niche.

    Ask them if they are interested to promote your product to their list.

    However, before you do that, promote their products as well to your list and make a few sales first.

    So that when you asked them with proof that you made money for them as their affiliate, chances are they are mote likely to listen to you and promote your offer as your affiliate .

    To their list.

    Other methods you may consider are forum posting such as this site and blog commenting.

    You can also place classified and Facebook ads.

    Hope this helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
      My product delivers I think 500 will even satisfy customers but I am selling this for $197 and my next one will just be an ebook I'm half done with now very well designed and thought out and that will be $67 and it will get people in the right mindset for my $197 product I'm launching first.

      For traffic I'm hoping affiliates kick in for that and take advantage of close to $100 commissions, but once I launch this product I will have more time also to make blog posts and really work on my autoresponder and build my list. There is already 21 people on my list and i'm not even ready for people to find my list yet.

      I don't have a members area, I am a complete noob with websites so I'm keeping it very simple and I have a great plugin that makes everything look very professional and authoritative. I am still working on my sales page now and have not even signed up for clickbank yet to test the buttons out.

      Everyone else in my niche, they are all the same so they can all sell each others stuff, but if they sell their customers my stuff, I mean, they could lose that person to me for life so I will not waste my time contacting other vendors because they will see me as a threat and not as a JV partner, but I would love to get a hold of their affiliates though.

      I'm very creative, and I can't say I'm not good at selling because I consider myself a good copywriter, but driving traffic just is not my strong suit or i would just save myself the headache and be an affiliate so for traffic it will be my affiliates and my blog posts, and if I have time after creating and releasing my next 2 products I will write 3-5 ebooks and put them in the kindle store for $9.99 and every 3 months I can make them free and get a few hundred, maybe a few thousand downloads and send them all to my squeeze page.

      I'm wondering is success common for clickbank vendors, or are the majority not successful and they have 9-5 jobs? I believe I will find success either way, but I'm just wondering if it's like really easy of if it's kind of shocking to find actual success as a clickbank vendor.

      By actual success I mean 1 bedroom apartment, no "job" and a car and easily afford all the bills and cable/phone all other normal stuff as a minimum, that or better.

      Is it likely for a clickbank vendor to afford his own 1 bedroom apartment or better or is it likely a clickbank vendor will also need a 9-5 and only the lucky few succeed??
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      • Profile picture of the author TrickyDick
        Originally Posted by [Enzo View Post


        I'm wondering is success common for clickbank vendors, or are the majority not successful and they have 9-5 jobs? I believe I will find success either way, but I'm just wondering if it's like really easy of if it's kind of shocking to find actual success as a clickbank vendor.

        By actual success I mean 1 bedroom apartment, no "job" and a car and easily afford all the bills and cable/phone all other normal stuff as a minimum, that or better.

        Is it likely for a clickbank vendor to afford his own 1 bedroom apartment or better or is it likely a clickbank vendor will also need a 9-5 and only the lucky few succeed??
        I'd bet the vast majority of the ClickBank vendors have another "side" business, several products... or a 9-5 job in cubeville.

        Whatever you do, DON'T believe those guys who flash exotic cars, mansions... and lots of women. The odds are EVERYTHING is rented for the day...

        In the end, many of those guys who actually "own" everything they display have zero or negative net worth... They have the "artifacts of wealth." But, they have no actual wealth... everything is mortgaged to the hilt.
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        • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
          Well numbers don't lie, and I'm not talking about flashy vendors, like my example above, there's a diabetic offer where the top affiliate is bringing in over 500k per month, so imagine what the vendor is bringing up with a combo of all their affiliates.

          Okay 10-50 mill in the bank alone yet alone yearly maybe an out of reach goal for most of us, but making a few million isn't out of reach for any of us, if it is for you maybe you aren't on your real path in life.
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  • Profile picture of the author TrickyDick
    Originally Posted by [Enzo View Post

    Hi, I am going to be a new clickbank vendor and I am very excited.

    Can I hear some of your stories being a clickbank vendor?

    Maybe how much you made on your first product, if you made more or less than you thought you would, if affiliates found you automatically or if you found them, and if you did find them how?

    Also anything you wish someone could or would have said to you when you were going to get your first product on clickbank.

    I want to charge $197 for my product which is good for my niche, not too high, not too low. Do affiliates like selling products over $97 or do their scam alert red flags go up and they don't even give it a chance?

    I seel most products are 27-47 and a few 67 and 97 I don't see much other prices.

    I'm going to offer affiliates 50% so they will get almost 100 dollars per sale, does that attract affiliates or does it repel them because it can be harder to get someone to spend $197 than it is to get them to spend $27?

    Is selling over 10,000copies in one year an unrealistic goal, or if everything is mint and clean with good copy, is it actually in the realm of reality?

    I turn 29 next month and I want to make my first million before I'm 30, I'm selling in the dating niche and it's from a whole new approach, total untapped niche that speaks to the whole market.

    Have you ever put out something of quality, with good sales copy, offered a good commission and didn't attract affiliates or sales?

    Can I hear your good stories, bad stories, everything inbetween and anything you wish someone told you right before launching your first product??

    Is there even many clickbank vendors here or is this forum mostly affiliates?

    Also can you find good affiliates here or quality affiliates??

    It's crazy because this Diabetic offer, the top affiliate earns over 500k MONTHLY, I've never even made 2k monthly before, and that's just an affiliate. I've tried affiliate marketing and I find it to be extremely hard, so for me it's much better to put together a great offer and let people who are good at affiliate marketing do the selling for me, for a very nice commission.

    Is there any clickbank vendors here who do not make enough money to live off of, like at least afford to live in a one bedroom apartment?

    I really want a house like the one that Mo Vlogs just bought, you can see it here: MY NEW MANSION !!! - YouTube

    Could I start making like 10-50 mill a year?

    Assuming I did everything very well, and customers love my product and returns are extremely low, what would be your best guess that I should expect to make in one year? Have many of you already made your first million, and how long did it take you to make your first million?

    Sorry about all the questions I just got nobody to talk to about any of this stuff.
    You need to step back and look at this....

    If you sell $1,000,000 worth of your product...

    Odds are... You'll spend 50% on Affiliates or Advertising...

    That means $500,000 for you before taxes and other business expenses....

    You may end up earning $300,000 after taxes and expenses...

    So, in order to earn $30,000,000... Your going to need to have a gross revenue around $100,000,000...

    That would an amazing feat from a single ClickBank product.
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    • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
      The way I see it, if affiliates can get 10,000 sales, that will give me one million dollars, and about $650,000 after taxes, and I would shit my pants if I had $650,000 dollars haha, the most money I ever had at one time in my life was $2,400 and I've never made enough money to afford my own one bedroom apartment I always have needed room mates to afford a place to live. I will be plenty happy without having 30-100 million I'm just wondering if people make that kind of money doing this stuff. I do want to make a million in one year though just so I can say I made my first million before I turned 30.
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      • Originally Posted by [Enzo View Post

        The way I see it, if affiliates can get 10,000 sales, that will give me one million dollars
        Ambitious. I like that.

        Now wait until the first of April and see what happens when the bills kick in, maybe that will wake you up from dreaming and start doing shit.

        You said the most money you had was $2,400.. Maybe now your next goal should be to hold your first $10,000 instead of a mill.

        You know, at least you have a little bit of chance to make that a reality.

        Come back here once you make your first $10,000 and we'll let you know how to scale it up..

        But if you keep on dreaming the millions, you'll end up very disappointed.

        Remember, Rome wasn't built in a day.
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        • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
          I'll be happy with 10 grand in my pocket, how many sales do I need for that? 50? Lol, doesn't sound so hard and if it is too hard to get 50, then oh well my affiliates will only need a combined total of 100 sales for me to hit $10,000.

          That's just one product, and the very first one before putting in effort to build my list and blog which already somehow have people finding it when I'm not even ready for anyone to find it yet.

          I don't need to learn how to scale from you, I already learned it from the experts and will continue doing so, I'm here for talk with like minded people, I don't need anything from any of you, if you're like minded, cool, if not, see ya.
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          • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
            Originally Posted by [Enzo View Post

            if not, see ya.
            That'll work. See ya!

            Thank you.
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            • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
              You could have left without saying anything, I guess you need me to validate your existence.
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              • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
                Originally Posted by [Enzo View Post

                You could have left without saying anything, I guess you need me to validate your existence.
                I'm not worthy, but I would be eternally grateful.

                Thank you.
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          • Originally Posted by [Enzo View Post

            I'll be happy with 10 grand in my pocket, how many sales do I need for that? 50? Lol, doesn't sound so hard and if it is too hard to get 50, then oh well my affiliates will only need a combined total of 100 sales for me to hit $10,000.

            That's just one product, and the very first one before putting in effort to build my list and blog which already somehow have people finding it when I'm not even ready for anyone to find it yet.

            I don't need to learn how to scale from you, I already learned it from the experts and will continue doing so, I'm here for talk with like minded people, I don't need anything from any of you, if you're like minded, cool, if not, see ya.
            Man have you got this so arse about face ! one thing you do not have is credibility yet and without that you have nothing nothing and you will see no one knows who you are !
            and the only way to make good money is to have supper affiliates

            So here is where you are now trying to get some ideas on how to sell this product that has not yet been on the market and most of the affiliates who have read your comments on this thread wont go near you because of you arrogance towards fellow members

            Some of the good ones have even left you a reply for which you brushed off
            you need to be more humble or you will come back asking what went wrong and that you are broke

            No one is putting you down for your dream but they give you some good advice so take it and learn from them and I hope you prove me wrong and the others but remember it is a slow road

            Jason
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            • so true, you can't get anywhere alone...

              the community feeds off itself...

              thats how we survive
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              • Originally Posted by Little Affiliate View Post

                so true, you can't get anywhere alone...

                the community feeds off itself...

                thats how we survive
                It would better if click the quote tab when replying or no one will know who you are referring to!

                Also we survive by working hard plain and simple and having a plan
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            • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
              I appreciated all the good advice I got and thanked the people who gave it for giving it to me. Anything outside of that, I couldn't care less. I'm in my own world really, be a part of it or don't.
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            • Profile picture of the author Harvey Segal
              Originally Posted by Regional Warrior View Post

              the only way to make good money is to have supper affiliates
              Well that's food for thought.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andrew Hurst
      Good night sally! This is another world for me. Are you people really working with these kind of numbers!
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    I would never promote any new product if I couldn't see conversion stats I believed to be real.


    If you want affiliates to promote, you have to first prove it will convert.
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    • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
      Is this true on clickbank too? As a clickbank affiliate I've never seen that, but if I have to learn paid ads and stuff to prove it sells I mean, i'll know how to do it myself and won't have to share half my money lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    Instead of having pipe dreams you should set realistic achievable goals

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    • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
      So I take it you have not found success as a clickbank vendor yet lol. This post was asking for the insight of proud clickbank vendors. No proud clickbank vendor would ever in his or her life for a second see this as a pipe dream. Millions a week, month, or year would be insane but I don't need it to be happy. Just livable with no 9-5 and I am good, I already know I can achieve that without affiliates but it will take more time. I was just about to ask you something, but before I do I want to ask something else. Are you even a proud Clickbank vendor?
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  • Profile picture of the author Connann
    Just read The Circle of Profit of Anik Singal and u will find such stories and blueprint to publish a product on clickbank
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    • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
      Nice, I can't believe I've never heard of him before. Maybe when I have more money I will check out some of his stuff, I'm not sure there's much people can say at this point I haven't heard though about e-mail marketing, sales copy, and all that. I've learned from Jeff Walker, Peng Joon, Eben Pagan, John Chow, and many more that just all say that same stuff, but that's awesome he actually uses clickbank, I love learning from people that actually use clickbank instead of learning from people who just teach business in general or internet marketing in general.

      Right now the stuff I need to know the most is how to get affiliates but it's starting to seem like I will get affiliates without even looking for them. It really doesn't take many sales to make a lot of money. If I can get 10 affiliates that each make 10,000 sales a year, I'll make 10 mill a year lol. If I can get one affiliate to sell 1,000 copies a year I will make 100k a year. Crazy. If I sell 1,000 copies myself a year, that's 200k to myself, it's crazy to me there's so many affiliates and so few vendors, when you take out a calculator and start playing with numbers, it's not that hard to make a lot.

      Do most people here on this forum make a lot, or do the successful vendors not use this forum?

      I don't know anybody that makes a lot of money so it'd be nice to talk to people that do the same thing I'll be doing and do it as good as I'll be doing it.

      I more of want people to talk to than need advice right this second because right now my only worry is finishing my sales page and having it look as nice as I can make it look and have the sales copy written so well it converts as high as possible. Once the page is done though, i'll prob need some actual advice like how to deliver my product for free cause it's a bigger file than wordpress will let me upload I think, but I hear there's plugins for it so i'm not worried and same with the clickbank header I was worried about that too but I heard there's plugins for it that make it very easy.

      I get vibes here like people don't want to see others succeed, but I will succeed anyways I hope I can meet some people to talk to though because I don't talk to people I know in real life about this stuff, I suppose there's not many of us in the world though, what is there like 10,000 clickbank vendors? That's awfully low, looks like the road to success is wide open.
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      • Profile picture of the author Oziboomer
        Originally Posted by [Enzo View Post

        I more of want people to talk to than need advice right this second because right now my only worry is finishing my sales page and having it look as nice as I can make it look and have the sales copy written so well it converts as high as possible. Once the page is done though, i'll prob need some actual advice like how to deliver my product for free cause it's a bigger file than wordpress will let me upload I think, but I hear there's plugins for it so i'm not worried and same with the clickbank header I was worried about that too but I heard there's plugins for it that make it very easy.
        You want to make sure everything is working and you got all the components in place before you try to get you product approved on Clickbank.

        They will go over everything pretty thoroughly and any issues can cause significant delay and to and fro -ing.

        I wouldn't be worrying so much about how to deliver your product for free.

        I'd be more concerned with making sure it does sell.

        You state earlier...

        I'm selling in the dating niche and it's from a whole new approach, total untapped niche that speaks to the whole market.
        Usually the best selling products target a very specific segment of any market and often when things are targeted to everyone they attract no-one specifically.

        Do yourself a favour and once your sales page is set up send some traffic to it before you start listing on clickbank.

        Buy some traffic and send it to the page whether you have set up the back end or not you can always start to get data on what is going on. Use something like Clicktale to observe the user experience.

        If you can't get conversions from traffic you buy it is not likely affiliates will get conversions either so you are better off refining things before you list in the marketplace.

        Best of luck.

        Let us know how you go and let people know here when your product is listed so they can take a look and promote if they desire.

        Best regards,

        Ozi
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        • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
          Thanks for the reply! Some of it was a bit above my head since I'm not actually signed up with Clickbank yet I don't even know how the back end really works with upsells and stuff, but once I can get in there I'll have a better idea.

          This is very very super specific in my niche, and it's untapped, and the majority of my niche would relate even if it's not actually true for them, it could still easily be an insecurity of theirs that makes it true even though anyone would tell them it's not true. Even if it doesn't sing to the whole market and only sings to who it's marketed to, it's very specific and my sales page makes sure everyone knows lol it's kind of funny but my sales page demands every leave that's not my specific target, but the thing is, even if they stayed it's something they would also love but I tell them to go away anyways.

          This is something other vendors will not want their list to find at first glance, but if people get into my blog, or if they get my $67 product which is an e-book but will be marketed and seen as a program, then they'll still appreciate and buy from other vendors, but at first glance other vendors could see it as a huge threat that they want to keep their list unaware of out of fear, but it actually would benefit them to send their list to me, and it does make sense for me to send people to them, but not until after I funnel them through everything of mine, then I could send them around to other vendors because they always want more, they will never be satisfied, they will never get that last product that makes them complete.

          And yea, I will make sure everything is working and I will find a check list to go through and make sure I comply with everything before I even sign up as a vendor.

          I know people will love this I have hardly any blog posts and there's already 20 people on my aweber list and I'm not even ready for anyone to be on my list yet lol.
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      • John chow promotes MOBE by Matt Lloyd almost exclusively...

        they have a full sales team to sell for him.

        plus a high converting sales funnels the size of a small town...

        I like john chow he knows the most money is made on the backend...

        yep clickfunnels is boss...

        oh man I read that book...

        It's sooo good...

        you've got what the kids these days call "Moxie"

        Well if you skip the clickbank route...

        You can make a full step by step business in a box course...

        And sell it for $2,000 to $6,000+ usd...

        I have seen it done...

        People like Timothy Marc with his course Secret Society Mastermind...

        Operation physical products with Jason Fladlien and Wilson Mattos (private label amazon business)...

        and My Online Business Empire or MOBE for short founded by Matt lloyd...

        these courses go for high amounts...
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        • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
          Yea, I found John Chow before MOBE was a thing back when all he talked about was Clickbank, he gave really good info, now he talks about stuff that has nothing to do with me but I'll always see him as one of the main people that got me on the right path back when I didn't know one thing.

          I never heard of any of those other people.
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  • Profile picture of the author Harvey Segal
    Originally Posted by [Enzo View Post

    If I can get 10 affiliates that each make 10,000 sales a year, I'll make 10 mill a year lol. If I can get one affiliate to sell 1,000 copies a year I will make 100k a year. Crazy. If I sell 1,000 copies myself a year, that's 200k to myself, it's crazy to me there's so many affiliates and so few vendors, when you take out a calculator and start playing with numbers, it's not that hard to make a lot.
    The phrase "reality check" springs to mind.

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      Are you a proud Clickbank vendor?
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  • Profile picture of the author rjd1265
    My best story is when I left Clickbank, that is when I started to make the real money!

    The affiliates there are useless. (99% of them anyway). All they did was drive shitty traffic to my site and lower my conversion rates.

    I created my own payment processing and my own affiliate program through Clickfunnels.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Not sure why you use "proud" - but Harvey has forgotten more about Clickbank than most of us ever knew.

    (not an affiliate link - but a link so you know there are people giving advice here who know what they are talking about...)

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    • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
      Idk you all seem like some fairly weak vendors if you think I need a reality check. This place seems toxic, I see why the real creative talent doesn't stick around.

      Lol I clicked that site, that's garbage man I made my very first site with no experience and it's very authoritative lol, that site and business can't have too much life left in it.
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      • Originally Posted by [Enzo View Post

        Idk you all seem like some fairly weak vendors if you think I need a reality check. This place seems toxic, I see why the real creative talent doesn't stick around.

        Lol I clicked that site, that's garbage man I made my very first site with no experience and it's very authoritative lol, that site and business can't have too much life left in it.
        Mate saying that the members on this thread are weak will not hold you in good stead , you need to be a humble and take in what some of the senior members have written

        You asked for some input and then you offend them because you dont like the answers , remember this type of attitude can break you and word of mouth is the worst form of advertising

        They only have your best interest when they say don't get so wrapped up in the GURU life style most of them rent villas and go up to cars and get their mate to take a photo and then claim they own it hence there are lot of newbies taken in like yourself thinking this is easy bloody far from it

        Jason
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        • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
          So Eben Pagan, John Chow, Peng Joon, Tony Robbins, Jay Abraham, Stuart Wilde, Jeff Walker, and all them, their success is rented and fake? LOL, gtfoh, these people here aren't trying to help, they are threatened and attempting to hold me down to their level or lower. I wasn't born yesterday. They are out here selling their $27 dollar scam products to suckers off of their garbage looking AOL 56k dial up looking junk scam websites. Sorry, I'm out in the world giving, not taking, and I'll be rewarded for it. I'm not taking the advice of some scammers and naysayers, I can easily easily EASILY tell when someone has my best interest at heart, and when someone is salty. It's not hard to tell the difference, not even a little bit. These people are trying to help?!?!?! I think only one or two were actually Proud Clickbank vendors, and they actually did help, and they didn't spew out any level of toxicity. The rest, they just want to attempt to pull me down to their garbage business practices or lower. Their ships are sinking, they know it, I know it, and they're pissed, and threatened at someone under 30 stepping up to the plate about to hit one out of the park. I'm not going to thank someone for their nicely wrapped attempt to drag me down and shame me.
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          • Profile picture of the author agmccall
            Originally Posted by [Enzo View Post

            So Eben Pagan, John Chow, Peng Joon, Tony Robbins, Jay Abraham, Stuart Wilde, Jeff Walker, and all them, their success is rented and fake? LOL, gtfoh, these people here aren't trying to help, they are threatened and attempting to hold me down to their level or lower. I wasn't born yesterday. They are out here selling their $27 dollar scam products to suckers off of their garbage looking AOL 56k dial up looking junk scam websites. Sorry, I'm out in the world giving, not taking, and I'll be rewarded for it. I'm not taking the advice of some scammers and naysayers, I can easily easily EASILY tell when someone has my best interest at heart, and when someone is salty. It's not hard to tell the difference, not even a little bit. These people are trying to help?!?!?! I think only one or two were actually Proud Clickbank vendors, and they actually did help, and they didn't spew out any level of toxicity. The rest, they just want to attempt to pull me down to their garbage business practices or lower. Their ships are sinking, they know it, I know it, and they're pissed, and threatened at someone under 30 stepping up to the plate about to hit one out of the park. I'm not going to thank someone for their nicely wrapped attempt to drag me down and shame me.
            Then just leave the forum, go to clcikbank with all the other "Proud" vendors and make your billions.

            Just remember this. Without the "Proud" clickbank affiliates your business is not worth anything.

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            • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
              That's true, but when I'm being covertly attacked, belittled, and dragged down I will say something. Am I new? Yes. Clueless? Hell no.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    According to your threads you don't have a product on CB as yet - but you know more than the experts do.

    Good luck - hope it works out for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Alfred
      Originally Posted by jeng cua View Post

      HI Enzo!

      I runned my pre-launched test for my product Breakthroughs Mastery Course with ClickBank and just right after few days I already made some sales and I am so grateful also to see that there are some people who already made their sales promoting and following my strategies inside this course.

      When you listed your product, click bank affiliates will get notified and if they like your product they will promote this automatically.

      If your product is higher than $100, I guess ClickBank now is putting some price ceiling of up to $100 only. In any event, you may want to try to get your product approval first and hear what they will say.

      My product price is $97.

      Wish you all the best for this launch with ClickBank!

      Be determined!
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      - Self promotion is not allowed.
      - You will be banned.

      Kindly review the Warrior Forum Rules.
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      • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
        Dang, that SUCKS to hear there is a limit I already have everything planned out, this will be $197, my next $67, and the one after $497.

        I'm still going to make my sales pages with those prices even if I have to sell cheaper than I want at the start. Maybe that will boost sales a bit anyways people will think there's a mistake in price and buy before it's fixed. If the price HAS to match, I'll just add a little something at the very very end that says i'm forced to lower the price and they are lucky.

        How much can we sell stuff for once we prove ourselves to Clickbank? Can we go to $497?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Best thing to do is to apply to list your product on Clickbank - and see if it's approved or not. Approval is not automatic but the response to an application may tell you if anything needs to be changed.

    The latest word on pricing from CB does not list a "maximum" price - so that may be a recent change at CB .

    https://support.clickbank.com/hc/en-...g-Your-Product
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    • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
      Sweet I hope there isn't a maximum price, I've been still happy but a tiny bit down compared to normal since I heard there's a limit.
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  • I haven't personally ever used clickbank to sell products though it looks like a good place to start. As long as you have a good product in a niche that is popular you should do fine. Good luck I hope you do well.
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      idk why my reply got deleted but it said "Thanks Heather"
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    [Enzo -

    CB is only one marketplace - there are others. WarriorPlus and JVZoo are examples of some alternatives.

    It's less stressful to operate on facts - not on wishes or guesses. Find out if Clickbank is right for your product (and vice versa) and, if not, check out alternative platforms.

    If your product is ready - go for it. THEN you can operate from a position of knowledge - testing and changing to increase sales - getting feedback from buyers, etc.

    You think people are being tough on you - but we know an IM truth:

    The worst sales page and product available online - will sell more than the perfect sales page and product that is only on your computer. The more "buy buttons" you have online - the greater your chances of earning money.
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    • Profile picture of the author [Enzo
      The worst sales page and product available online don't sell anything and when they do they get a refund. If that's how you do business, your competitors thank you.

      I don't do things half assed, I do it the best I possibly can. Still not the best, but a lot better than a lot I've seen.

      I'll tell you real IM truth because you don't know IM truth, you know IM failure.

      IM truth is you can have an ugly sales page as long as your sales copy is great and your product is great so nobody returns it. Just because you CAN have an ugly sales page with good copy doesn't mean it's not better to have a BEAUTIFUL sales page with good copy.

      It took me like an hour to see if you want IM truth, you aren't going to find it here lol.

      More buy buttons does not equal a greater chance, that's a foolish way of thinking. That's the same as saying 10,000 lines in the water with no bait and no hooks have a better chance of catching a fish than one pole with a good hook and good bait.

      I'm going to have the good pole and the good bait, and then if i get enough affiliates, that ONE pole will be everywhere.

      You sound like you did not learn from the right people, you should take a step back because you have some toxic ideas in your head that are stopping you from the success I'm going to be experiencing sooner than later.

      I did not open this thread to listen to people try to talk me out of clickbank or have them try to feel above me by shaming me and telling me about their extremely minimal success, and how their minimal success means I will never find more success than them haha lol, SO TOXIC.

      I opened this thread to talk to people like me that are on the same path or further. People that are HAPPY and PROUD Clickbank vendors. Either they aren't here, or they're hiding from most of you guys. They already know the Toxicity levels are dangerous.

      You can say 'stop talking and do it, stop talking and prove your success.' I'm not going to rush my success, I'm going to go at my own pace, and I'm not going to stop looking for cool like minded people to talk to, I'd just appreciate it if all you naysayers crawled back into your holes of the unsuccessful and stayed there until you level up and can come back able to bring value to the conversation because you're all not saying anything.

      I wasn't born yesterday, and I didn't just hear of Clickbank yesterday and mindlessly decide to try making a product out of no where.

      i don't know EXACTLY what I'm doing because I've never done it before, but it's not like I'm a toddler trying to learn the alphabet.

      I'm only looking to talk to other vendors, and ONLY Clickbank vendors, I know the real top vendors don't use Clickbank, but I'm not going to start that high, I'll build to that point over time. I'd also talk to Clickbank affiliates and anyone who is all about what I'm all about.

      If you don't like clickbank or clickbank vendors, or anything about this business and all you want to do is rain on other people's parades and literally convince yourself that you're adding some type of value to my life, just go away. You're not adding value, you're trying to reach up and pull me down. It's not going to work, nothing can stop me I'm all the way up.
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  • Profile picture of the author pcmonkey1
    I like that you have LARGE aspirations to make money (as a motivation) but your first concern has to be backwards engineering what's working for people and realize none of them started out making that kind of money..they found something that worked and replicated it. Secondly you have to care about your customers or you'll be a temporary success..just because people buy from you once, doesn't meant they will again if your product is crap, so work HARD on ever-delivering value and making it easy to understand.

    I'd dare say alot of people on here have earned a millon, but not in a year or 2, and honestly, you can live VERY well on less than that (research articles on 'internet lifestyle' alot of it is about cost of living on the area you live).

    My honest advice to you is this: get good at this, make some money, and invest some in real estate, you can leverage your money better there if you're really looking for big bucks. good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Paulk59
    Dream big and achieve but always keep your feet planted, good luck !
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  • Profile picture of the author markowe
    On a side note, did you get the green light from Clickbank for a $197 product? As far as I know right now the price limit is $50, you have to get some sort of special dispensation for higher-priced products.

    I don't know how easy it is to get, I haven't priced anything above $50, it could be trivial to get permission, but just thought I'd mention it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Harvey Segal
    Originally Posted by markowe View Post

    On a side note, did you get the green light from Clickbank for a $197 product? As far as I know right now the price limit is $50, you have to get some sort of special dispensation for higher-priced products.
    In the past there was a standard limit of $50 on products sold at ClickBank.

    The typical maximum price they allowed was $200 for vendors residing in the U.S. and $100 for those outside though in rare circumstances they would approve higher limits.

    ClickBank has said "If you have a high-quality product with a relatively low risk of returns or chargebacks, we are likely to approve your request. A well designed consumer-friendly website will help your case too."

    Currently the ClickBank site does not mention a maximum price.

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    • Profile picture of the author markowe
      Originally Posted by Harvey Segal View Post

      In the past there was a standard limit of $50 on products sold at ClickBank.

      ...

      Currently the ClickBank site does not mention a maximum price.

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      Just tried it:

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  • Profile picture of the author anand363
    I'm not very good at vendor point of view, but still i do have few products in clickbank, so i'm trying to advice from my experience. Many people or vendors think that once they have created a very good product rich in quality and content then affiliates will automatically pick your product and bring sales for you, but it won't happen at initial stage.

    Because in-order to make affiliates to pick you product and promote, first you should make them believe that your product is already a selling one in the market, so in order to make them believe it first you have to market your own product and make some few sales so that clickbank will improve your gravity and rank higher
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    Thank you !
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