Another stupid Clickbank sale, LOL.

by Chris Q Banned
16 replies
I checked my CB account today and I got a tiny stupid sale from my inactive and outdated blog. Probably the sale come from my product review I guess. I'm not really serious on Clickbank now, coz' I'm more focused on instant direct payments like Paypal.
#clickbank #lol #sale #stupid
  • Profile picture of the author skwurl
    so what's the harm? i don't get it.
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  • Profile picture of the author misterkailo
    The OP basically said, "Hey, I have a very old site that I haven't touched in years, and I still made a sale from ClickBank." Why are you guys making this so difficult lol?
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    • Profile picture of the author scrofford
      Originally Posted by misterkailo View Post

      The OP basically said, "Hey, I have a very old site that I haven't touched in years, and I still made a sale from ClickBank." Why are you guys making this so difficult lol?
      Nobody is making it difficult. What everyone is saying is that a sale isn't "stupid" no matter where it comes from or from how old of a site it might be.
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  • Profile picture of the author 4Frankie
    Unless you are earning millions isnt any sale great especially if you didnt have to do anything.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daws0n
    Your work pay off, sometimes in short & sometimes in the long run
    your blog which is outdated now must have been up-to date in the past
    Its always motivational to get a sale & especially from a blog on which you are not even focused, if it would have been my blog then i would have been start working on it after the very first sale to get the most out of it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Q
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    Guys! The reason it is stupid, because I'm stupid at making a Clickbank sale doing nothing.

    @misterkailo Man, I give you credit. Thanks for remembering my last post. Hahaha!
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  • Profile picture of the author KhirRahman
    so the blog does convert. why don't bring more traffic and make more money.
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  • Any sale is a good sale, in my book. Even those god-awful $.99-ers.
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  • Profile picture of the author mbarty2010
    Here is my tip for more such stupid ClickBank sales. Write articles with the title as ClickBankProductName-Review and post them randomly to hubpages, squidoo etc. You will occasionally see sales here and there even if the article is sub-standard. The advantage of including review in the title and article is that only someone interested in buying the product will want to search for a review and is already in a mood to buy.
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    • Profile picture of the author misterkailo
      Originally Posted by mbarty2010 View Post

      Here is my tip for more such stupid ClickBank sales. Write articles with the title as ClickBankProductName-Review and post them randomly to hubpages, squidoo etc. You will occasionally see sales here and there even if the article is sub-standard. The advantage of including review in the title and article is that only someone interested in buying the product will want to search for a review and is already in a mood to buy.
      This is very true! It happens to me every now and then. I do laugh when I get a sale on something like urinary tract infection which I have no clue on how to cure it.
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      • Originally Posted by mbarty2010 View Post

        Here is my tip for more such stupid ClickBank sales. Write articles with the title as ClickBankProductName-Review and post them randomly to hubpages, squidoo etc. You will occasionally see sales here and there even if the article is sub-standard. The advantage of including review in the title and article is that only someone interested in buying the product will want to search for a review and is already in a mood to buy.
        Originally Posted by misterkailo View Post

        This is very true! It happens to me every now and then. I do laugh when I get a sale on something like urinary tract infection which I have no clue on how to cure it.
        That is a great tip, mbarty2010.

        @misterkailo - It amazes me, too, how many people buy products from me thinking I'm sort of 'authority' on the subject, when all I really did was just a bit of research for content and articles to get the blog/site going.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Faber
    No sales are stupid!! It works both ways. Think about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author masterjani
    This is a part of IM,You never expected something it comes and gives you surprise,But you are waiting for something it won't reach you.
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  • Profile picture of the author CheapTrafficDude
    Well bud, I hate to break it to you but a sale will be an actual sale after the 60 period expires to which people can request a refund...

    On the other hand, there's no such thing as a bad sale. Like in hockey, all goals look alike on the scoreboard
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  • Profile picture of the author MrDoughBoy
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    I think what the OP is trying to say is : Try and collect that money from Clickbank with the 5 account rule and charges for inactive accounts, I can only imagine the money that remains in those dormant accounts that clickbank eats away at with those inactivity fees. And thats only after customer doesn't take advantage of CB liberal refund policy.
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