Alternative(s) to Clickbank

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Hi,
I am a newbie looking for a little advice. So far, I have dabbled in adsense and clickbank products. Amazon is not an option for me because I live in Colorado in the US and am not allowed to be an affiliate (google it - tax issues).

I'm looking for alternatives to Clickbank to market products on line. I have found Commission Junction and am going to try that out. Does anyone have other ideas of sites where I can promote products via affiliate links?

I know that building a list should be and will be a very high priority. Right now, I am looking for something to promote to get my feet wet. Still haven't made a penny... Did a bunch of research tonight on a bunch of Clickbank products. It seemed like all of the top 10 google results were affiliate sites which I don't (yet) have the skills to outrank.

I also have some ideas of products to create - just not there yet.

Any ideas?

Thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author Anup Mahajan
    Hey,

    A good alternative to Clickbank is Rapbank. It pays immediate commission via paypal.

    You can also find good affiliate programs simply by searching for your niche + affiliate program in Google

    For example

    Golf affiliate programs
    Forex affiliate programs

    and so on

    Good luck,
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  • Profile picture of the author James Basher
    realistically speaking there are hundreds of affiliate networks,commission junction,paydotcom and clickbank just being some of the well known ones.

    there are cps as well as cpa networks,some which have a lengthy acceptance process.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lynette Crase
    Hi,

    Digi Results is another good alternative to Clickbank.

    DigiResults -- Work Less, Sell More

    You get paid for every sale immediately so if the commission is, say, 50%, both the vendor and affiliate get 50% of the sale going directly into their Paypal accounts.
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    • Profile picture of the author wortell
      Originally Posted by Lynette Crase View Post

      Hi,

      Digi Results is another good alternative to Clickbank.

      DigiResults -- Work Less, Sell More

      You get paid for every sale immediately so if the commission is, say, 50%, both the vendor and affiliate get 50% of the sale going directly into their Paypal accounts.
      True - but until PayPal's adaptive methods for taxation and who's gonna 'get the tax bill' gets completely figured out... be cautious of adaptive methods... plus I do not believe adaptive has subscription setup yet...

      (please, someone correct me on that...if it's diff)
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  • Profile picture of the author jbhyip
    Other than clickbank I use Commission Junction and wolf storm. I like wolf storm because they pay weekly. You can see wolf storm link on my signature.
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  • Profile picture of the author LetsGoViral
    Try affiliate window. It's pretty reputable, UK based, but everyone can join. Also pepperjam network, and shareasale.
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    • Profile picture of the author secrets2010
      also don't forget payspree...and paydotcom (I havent used paydotcom for a while...but worked well for me in the past)
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  • Profile picture of the author jasbales
    I've made money on Commission Junction and Plimus products. Also, like anup.mahajan said above, you can search for a niche + affiliate program in google.

    Also, some of the best affiliate products have their own affiliate programs. The product I make the most money on is a piece of software I really like. They have their own affiliate program (no network) and the only way to find their affiliate program is to go to their website and look for a tiny text link at the very bottom of the page. No network, just money to my PayPal.
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    • Profile picture of the author DudleyDog
      I tried a few affiliate networks until I came across a way of making it in the finance markets. You know, insurance, debt management and loans.

      If you're looking for an alternative to the usual clickbank and CPA offers about, I'd recommend getting into pay per lead in the above. Margins are high and yes, it is possible to make it in what appears to be a crowded market.

      If you've got any questions, just let me know
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  • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
    I vote for Payspree. It always works like a charm and there are many new products added all the time. You can find products on there which give 100% commission and all are paid directly to your Paypal account the instant the sale happens.

    Gary, the owner, is a fellow Warrior and a top guy.

    I use this to set up my affiliate offers and use DeliverMyFile to secure the downloads. Both are inexpensive, very easy to use and work very well together.
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  • Profile picture of the author GodFadr
    Clickbank, Commission Junction, Paydotcom (in that order for me).
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