100% Commissions On Clickbank

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I'm about to release my first Clickbank product at the end of this month. It's about 90% complete and with just a little input it'll be ready to go.

I don't really need to make money from this product, I'd much rather build a bit of a rep and my name heard.

Is it possible to offer 100% Commission on my product to affiliates (opinions of this?) via Clickbank?

I see it isn't possible physically, but would it be possible to reimburse them after the refund period etc via Paypal or something, would this be against any policies? I guess once it's my money then it's nothing to do with them what I do with it?

My idea is to have a 100% Commission until just after the launch, then knock it down to 75%.

What do you think warriors?
#100% #clickbank #commissions
  • Profile picture of the author Phil Ainsworth
    Hey man,

    100% commission model is a great way to build a list of buyers and helps get that epc up, to attract the affiliates.

    You can do it by paypalling people the extra 25% after a month, but that is a lot of work...

    Much more simple to sell your product through an alternative payment processor that will automatically do the 100% for you (Rapid Action Profits, JVZoo.com, payspree.com)

    You can have the product listed on clickbank as well as through these... thus giving affiliates the choice.

    Hope that helps

    Phil Ainsworth
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  • Profile picture of the author visimedia
    it's a good way to build a "buyer" list than just freebie seekers.... will be very valuable when you have affiliate program to promote, new product launches to squeeze money from..
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  • Profile picture of the author rob1123
    CB commissions are limited to 25% - 75%. You wouldn't be able to offer 100% at any rate because of the CB fees, however if you are concerned about attracting affiliates you could always do a competition.
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  • Profile picture of the author itsjordan
    Could it put affiliates off promoting through these other systems?

    I think as its my first product there won't be TOO many affiliates and I think I'd like the ritual of keeping up to date with the affiliates.

    Also where is the Thank You button!?! I've got a click with Phil Ainsworth's name on it.
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  • Profile picture of the author itsjordan
    Does anybody know how much Clickbank takes as fees per sale?
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    • Profile picture of the author Mo Jogee
      [QUOTE=Alexa Smith;5563249]This isn't quite right.

      The answer is "yes", and it is possible "physically". You can do this as a "second-tier commission" using the affiliate referral contract. You'd need to create an affiliate referral contract for each affiliate, to pay them the "extra 25%" that way, effectively allowing each affiliate to have "referred himself/herself" to you, and earning the whole of the vendor's 25% cut as an override.



      So how would it work, will it be the vendor contracts an affiliate as the expert affiliate then the same affiliate refers himself?

      Ive asked Clickbank support desk and they keep giving me awkward answers. Would appreciate your help on this
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by Mo Jogee View Post

        So how would it work, will it be the vendor contracts an affiliate as the expert affiliate then the same affiliate refers himself?

        Ive asked Clickbank support desk and they keep giving me awkward answers. Would appreciate your help on this
        I'm really sorry, Mo, but I'm not a vendor and don't want inadvertently to say anything misleading/incorrect, here. You need an answer to this question from Harvey Segal, if he sees the thread.
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        • Profile picture of the author Harvey Segal
          Originally Posted by Mo Jogee View Post

          So how would it work, will it be the vendor contracts an affiliate as the expert affiliate then the same affiliate refers himself?
          Yes.

          In the 'My Contracts' section of your account create an Affiliate Referral Contract for an affiliate that you want to give 100% commission. Use his nickname in the Contract Partner field.

          Then put that nickname in the list of referred affiliates.
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  • Profile picture of the author itsjordan
    This is fantastic. Thanks a lot Alexa.

    I'm capturing each affiliate and their Clickbank ID through aweber. So hypothetically for every affiliate that signs up, I would be able to create a contract which means that for every sale he/she makes he'll gain the remaining commission? (I imagine this will still be minus the 7.5% plus $1.)

    And this will happen automatically for every sale they make?
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    • Profile picture of the author Harvey Segal
      Originally Posted by itsjordan View Post

      (I imagine this will still be minus the 7.5% plus $1.)
      Yes

      Originally Posted by itsjordan View Post

      And this will happen automatically for every sale they make?
      Yes - for every sale of all items (you are allowed 500) in your account although you can optionally add these restrictions
      - an end date to the contract
      - a set number of sales
      - a set total amount of commission

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      • Profile picture of the author Mo Jogee
        Originally Posted by Harvey Segal View Post

        Yes


        Yes - for every sale of all items (you are allowed 500) in your account although you can optionally add these restrictions
        - an end date to the contract
        - a set number of sales
        - a set total amount of commission

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        When you mention 500, do you mean the amount of sales allowed per contract or have I mis-understood.
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        • Profile picture of the author Harvey Segal
          Originally Posted by Mo Jogee View Post

          When you mention 500, do you mean the amount of sales allowed per contract or have I mis-understood.
          No - it's 500 items (products) in your account


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  • Profile picture of the author Mo Jogee
    Thanks Harvey and Alexa for your help. Has really made things clear and been very helpful
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