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Do you sell your products as WSOs on WarriorForum or through ClickBank? What's better option and why?

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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    The best option is really to do both.

    They are two different marketplaces with two different sets of affiliates and two different sets of customers.

    Why limit yourself to just the one.
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  • Profile picture of the author sivricmarijan
    Am I allowed to sell the same product with the same sales page on both places?
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    • Profile picture of the author Will Edwards
      Originally Posted by sivricmarijan View Post

      Am I allowed to sell the same product with the same sales page on both places?
      Kind of ... the WSO is supposed to be a better deal and just for Warriors. So I would say you should have 2 different prices to comply.

      Will
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      • Profile picture of the author WillR
        Originally Posted by sivricmarijan View Post

        Am I allowed to sell the same product with the same sales page on both places?
        Originally Posted by Will Edwards View Post

        Kind of ... the WSO is supposed to be a better deal and just for Warriors. So I would say you should have 2 different prices to comply.

        Will
        Yes. You are definitely allowed to have your product listed in both marketplaces, the only condition being that the price you offer on the WSO forum must be better than any other price you are offering... ie: lower than your Clickbank price.
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    • Profile picture of the author joma12
      I agree absolutly best is to do on both in clickbank you make the price higher and in WSO the price is lower with upsells ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author eugenedm
    It depends. Whatever makes you more MONEY pick that. It's all about ROI.
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  • Profile picture of the author Devin X
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    Originally Posted by sivricmarijan View Post

    Do you sell your products as WSOs on WarriorForum or through ClickBank? What's better option and why?Thanks!
    Test them on the WSO forum...if they convert, then go to another marketplace like CB. Essentially, you are going to do both.
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  • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
    CB's a lot stricter on what they allow, but it's much easier to attract affiliates with their easy system.
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      It depends what you product is.

      There's a limited market some some product types on CB.

      Daniel
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      • Profile picture of the author Newbieee
        Originally Posted by eugenedm View Post

        It depends. Whatever makes you more MONEY pick that. It's all about ROI.

        But in this case you can do both.

        This reminds me of what my Dad asked me when i was 7.

        If you see a $2 bill and a $50 bill, which do you pick up.?
        The answer : BOTH !

        Hahaha. [i actually picked up a $50 bill once, not the highest though]

        Anyway my problem is more on the refund side.

        At least with WSO you control the refund policies.
        I think for clickbank its all standard mandatory 60 days money back.

        My upcoming product is a trading course and i intend to charge it over 3 weeks. Each week 1 payment.

        And to be fair, once they make a new payment for the next week's materials, i will not issue refunds for previous week's course. So refund is 7 days i would say.
        And i cant do that on clickbank.
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  • Profile picture of the author charlier
    Many marketers start as WSO's then if they close them, they list it on clickbank for additional revenue. The WSO community has the benefit of having an interested concentrated community, however on clickbank many former WSO's are sold for higher prices.
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    • Profile picture of the author BackLinkingNinja
      A WSO is a great way to test your product and sales copy without the big upfront expense of a 'pro' CB compliant sales site. It also allows you to then survey your WSO buyers and get their feedback and ideas in your product - so you can sharpen it even more ready for a CB launch.

      I'd say do both, but test as a WSO first...
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    • Profile picture of the author WillR
      Originally Posted by charlier View Post

      Many marketers start as WSO's then if they close them, they list it on clickbank for additional revenue. The WSO community has the benefit of having an interested concentrated community, however on clickbank many former WSO's are sold for higher prices.
      I guess the problem is that as time goes on, more and more of the typical Clickbank customers are being drawn into the forum offers market so the two markets are slowing merging into one.
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  • Profile picture of the author lotsofsnow
    On the warriorforum you can simply list your offer for sale and you are in business.

    On Clickbank you can list your product but you will most likely not get a single sale from just listing it - those times are gone.

    As far as price to list a product is concerned: Clickbank $49.95, WSO: $40 plus W+ or JVZoo

    You can also list a product on CB and then use a WSO to get it off the ground.
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  • Profile picture of the author metaarticles
    I would prefer selling a product as a WSO due to better flexibility on refund policies. Also, I believe people who buy WSOs are a little more educated about IM than the clickbank buyers.
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  • Profile picture of the author stefanvanray
    Lots of good feedback. I would also agree that using both to your advantage is the way to go. As you get more familiar with the market you will start to understand what works where, and then you can optimize the placement of your products. Here's to your success!
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  • Profile picture of the author rodsav
    I would do both, keep as many revenue streams open for your ROI.
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  • Profile picture of the author jeff09
    I will prefer to list on both
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