Is it possible to sell your clickbank account?

by Solag
10 replies
Hey guys,

I was just thinking...

People make websites and flip them for $$$$..

Is it possible to do so with a clickbank account?

Lets say you have been making $xxxx.xx a month and want to sell it for $xxxxx.

Is there a place to do so, or is that even possible?

Just thinking out loud here..

Tell me your thoughts!
#account #clickbank #sell
  • Profile picture of the author affilorama-portal
    It could be possible if you have Clickbank's consent.

    Section 13 d of the ClickBank Client Contract - ClickBank says:

    "You may not assign this Agreement or any of Your rights and duties hereunder without the prior written consent of ClickBank. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns."

    But I am not legal practitioner so it would be best to have someone qualified look at the terms.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nick Sammut
    best to email clickbank, if so, you could release a product on it
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  • Profile picture of the author Solag
    hmm..

    how much would a 4k/month clickbank account go for you think?
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  • Profile picture of the author Emilis Strimaitis
    You can get pretty good idea at flippa.com. Just look at websites that are earning $4,000 and see what people are paying for them, because I think it's pretty similar.

    Of course, I believe it's much more risky to buy a clickbank account. Why?

    Well, you are getting only an account, you are not getting the access to the content which is on the internet.

    Let's say you have 10 blogs and 1 clickbank account. You advertise products on blogs and you make money with that account. You sell account, but you don't give away blogs, right? And if you are sneaky, you could register a new CB account and after a month or couple of them, just change the hoplinks, and guess what happens?

    Yeap.. account is worthless, because you will see $0.00 from then.

    So I believe it might be hard to sell it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      I would think that transfer of the account is more for if someone dies or you sell your whole business - meaning you likely have a product in that clickbank account in place.

      But I could be wrong.

      As mentioned above, that is a bit risky buying just an account with no control over sites or links.
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      • Profile picture of the author M Thompson
        Nice idea..but it just doesn't make sense.. No one would want to buy a clickbank account. (well someone would..but you know what i mean)


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  • Profile picture of the author smlover
    it's like you selling a pipe, after that you kill the water which flows to that pipe. If you keep the water which flowing through that pipe as always, it still possible for you to sell the pipe.
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  • Profile picture of the author JHC81
    That's pretty interesting idea, the only problem I see is you would have to sell all of your websites that have your affiliate ID as well.

    Unless there is another way around it...
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  • Profile picture of the author Ben Holmes
    I'm in this position... I bought a clickbank product. The ebook, website, and the seller set up a clickbank account for me.

    So he didn't sell his clickbank account, merely the product, website, and a new clickbank account to funnel the money through.

    Now, can I brag a little? I paid $300 for it years ago. It was slow to start, with only one or two sales a month... but it now rakes in right around $300 every month. And I've not touched that site in years.

    So yes, you can "sell" a clickbank account - but sell them the product/website, and just create a new account for them. (and, of course, charge them the cost)
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  • Profile picture of the author jsnfou
    The only reason to buy a clickbank account is for some 'proof' you made money and sell an ebook about it.

    I think what you really need is to sell the product, websites and then link the product to a new clickbank account..
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