Clickbank and competitor analysis

by s87634
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How can you find out about the top affiliates for a clickbank offer?
Or at least find out about ones that are doing well.

#analysis #clickbank #competitor
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    you probably can not get this information. And with good reason. This is personal information and is kept between the vendor and the affiliate.

    Don't worry about trying to copy someone else's successful campaigns.


    "Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work." Thomas Edison

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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    There are no DIRECT WAYS to do this but you can use INDIRECT methods

    1) Use a tool like semrush or ahrefs or anything similar to find sites that RANK for keywords related to the CB product you're interested in

    2) Use those tools backlink analyzer features to figure out which sites get the most backlinks

    3) Do an Alexa analysis for the sites with most baclinks/citations

    4) Cross reference this info with Facebook search info
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
    You can't, the ONLY way to get that data is from the CB Vendor, or CB themselves - neither of which would want to, nor have any reason to give you that information.

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  • Profile picture of the author yesacpow
    It is not possible to find out the specific affiliates that are generating sales for clickbank products but what you can find out to some extent is where most of the traffic to the offers are coming from.

    Here's what you can do:

    1. Copy the offer URL and paste it in a website like SimilarWeb.Com

    This will tell you where most of the traffic to the offer is coming from.

    2. You can scroll down to the section that says "Referrals" and this will give you an idea of some of the websites that are linking to the offer and sending a good amount of traffic.

    Another thing you can do is to use a spy tool like Adplexity to spy on affiliates that are promoting clickbank products. Look for ads that have been running for more than 14 days and that will give you an idea of what's working.

    If an ad is running for two weeks or more, its safe to say it must be profitable otherwise the affiliate would have killed the campaign.

    Again, these steps wont tell you who the specific affiliates are nor will it tell you the volume of sales they are sending but it will give you an idea of what's working.

    So if you've been looking for an affiliate for motivation per say, it's best to get start on your own campaign right now. Do something and you may fail, but learn from your mistakes and keep going until you succeed.

    Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fahad Javed
    There are Several "spy your competition" websites.
    Although all of these offer a Pro version, I recommend giving them a try and do all your research.

    1) SimilarWeb
    2) Whatrunswhere
    3) SEmrush
    4) AHrefs

    These are only a few of the vast available on the market. I personally have been using SEmrush and worked quite well for me.

    But if your aim is to check whether an offer is profitable or not, just see how many websites the traffic is coming from (just for a single offer). If you see many different sources, It logically means there are affiliates making money on it.

    Also the "gravity" on search filters in ClickBank shows you how many affiliates have been making a sale in the last 14 days.

    Despite the fact you can dig and search where the traffic is coming from, you will never be able to see specific affiliates.

    I guess it's personal data kept between sellers and affiliates.

    Hope It helps.
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