selling a product in dollars from the UK (clickbank)

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Hi,

I've developed a new product that is suitable for the US / World Audience, but I have a UK list who I will be marketing it to.

I'm wondering, would you promote the in $dollars to attract more affiliates via clickbank or include both a UK and US payment link?

Slightly confused on what to do.

Regards

Simon
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  • Profile picture of the author ciel
    I would suggest promote in USD (your product default currency) & as Clickbank automatically converts currency for buyers, you need not to worry about the payment from buyers.

    Quoted from Clickbank.com

    During product setup, vendors specify a default currency for their product. ClickBank will then present the product in the specified default currency for customers in a geographic location that utilizes that currency. Customers from other geographic locations will see a converted currency most appropriate for their location.

    For example, a vendor with a French audience may choose Euros as his default currency and display the product price in Euros on his pitch page. If a potential customer located in France clicks to purchase the product, ClickBank will display the price in Euros on the order form. However, if a potential customer located in New Zealand clicks to purchase the product, ClickBank will convert and display the price in New Zealand Dollars on the order form.
    Hope that was what you were asking.

    Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author Chri5123
    Originally Posted by lunchboxdiet View Post

    Hi,

    I've developed a new product that is suitable for the US / World Audience, but I have a UK list who I will be marketing it to.

    I'm wondering, would you promote the in to attract more affiliates via clickbank or include both a UK and US payment link?

    Slightly confused on what to do.

    Regards

    Simon
    I promote my products to the UK audience all the time via Clickbank and would not use UK pounds.

    There is a currency changer anyway on the checkout pager and if it is digital there is no need to change to pounds.

    If you are purely sending to a UK based list then why not copy the index page, change to pounds and upload to a folder on your site /UK/?

    Chris
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  • Profile picture of the author Ruby Rynne
    I've always found that UK buyers cope with dollar pricing very well, there's a psychological aspect to it I think, as they look at the price and think "that's about half in pounds" (old habits die hard, never mind the actual exchange rate). Plus there's an aspect of 'dollars aren't real money', so it's easier to spend $97 than £60 for many people.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      It would never occur to me to use anything other than $US, which is the currency of the internet.

      I'm in the UK and so are many of my customers, and to the best of my knowledge all are entirely familiar and comfortable with online prices being in $US and don't expect anything different.

      I wouldn't even use up 30 seconds thinking about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Apollo-Articles
    I used to worry about this issue but more often than not selling USD to English people works fine and most aren't put off upon seeing a dollar sign.

    Sam
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    • Profile picture of the author lunchboxdiet
      thanks everyone, this has been holding me back A LOT so thanks!!!
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