Best Marketplace

by EmpireMarket 14 replies
Hi guys,

In your opinions, which are the best market places to sell e-products? I am currently using paydotcom and clickbank..

just wondering if there are other better ones out there..
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  • Profile picture of the author ewritezone
    If you're writing E-Books, you can consider uploading your books to Kindle. Amazon has its own audience, so you won't have to do much promotion (compared to hosting and selling the product yourself).

    If its an IM related product, Warrior plus and JVZoo are worth looking at.
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  • Profile picture of the author ShoppingSignals
    digiresults.com is a strong option.

    gumroad.com is as well.

    e-junkie.com could also be a good option.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by ShoppingSignals View Post

    e-junkie.com could also be a good option.
    e-Junkie isn't really a "marketplace", per se: it's more of a product-delivery service: you still have to use something like ClickBank or PayPal or 2Checkout with it, to process the transactions.

    Originally Posted by EmpireMarket View Post

    I am currently using paydotcom and clickbank.
    ClickBank seems a no-brainer, if you want serious, pro-affiliates.

    I don't know (m)any serious, pro-affiliates who are willing to use PayDotCom at all, because of the requirement there to be dependent on the vendor for payment, rather than having an automated system like the one at ClickBank where the affiliate's are paid without vendor involvement.

    Originally Posted by EmpireMarket View Post

    just wondering if there are other better ones out there..
    It seems unlikely, given that serious, pro-affiliates are also almost uniformly unwilling to promote at ClickBank a product that also has a non-ClickBank payment-page elsewhere, because from our perspective, that's just a payment leak, to all intents and purposes, isn't it? That might not bother the 95% of affiliates who don't sell very much anyway, but the few affiliates who make nearly all the sales tend to care about these things.

    This subject's discussed in more detail in many other threads: here's just a small selection ...

    Can this be a leak for a ClickBank product?

    Clickbank plus my own shopping cart?

    Re-Name my Clickbank Product & Sell in Other Marketplace?

    question about selling a product on clickbank

    Where To List My Product

    The bottom line, on this issue, is that if your product has another sales page elsewhere, you might lose the potential to be promoted by 5-10% of the ClickBank affiliates, but those will probably be the exact, same 5-10% of affiliates there who collectively make something like 95%-98% of the affiliate-referred sales, so it's pretty important to avoid this.

    The "moral of the story" - if, indeed, you were looking for one, at all - is that having "as many affiliates as possible" and making "as many sales as possible" are two very different things ... and of course there are reasons for that. The mistake to avoid is the assumption that "having it for sale in more places" is correlated with "making more sales". Sometimes the opposite's true.
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  • Profile picture of the author cheehien
    i prefer Clickbank...
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    • Profile picture of the author EmpireMarket
      Originally Posted by cheehien View Post

      i prefer Clickbank...
      How effective is clickbank? I am Afraid that i pay to put my products up and get no returns
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by EmpireMarket View Post

        How effective is clickbank? I am Afraid that i pay to put my products up and get no returns
        At ClickBank, just like everywhere/anywhere else you can sell it, the number of sales depends on the amount of well-targeted traffic sent to the sales page and the sales page's ability to convert that traffic.

        The difference is that ClickBank probably/maybe/possibly has both more and better affiliates than anywhere else. That can be very helpful indeed if (i) you're good at attracting affiliates and marketing your affiliate opportunity to them, and if (ii) the product and sales page are such that some good affiliates might be interested in promoting it. Otherwise it won't help at all.

        Don't imagine for a moment that "simply listing your product there" is in itself magically going to produce any affiliates, or any sales. That might possibly happen, very occasionally, just by chance alone, but it's definitely not something to rely on!

        If the $50 product listing-fee is a serious consideration to your business, I'd suggest that ClickBank may, perhaps, not be ideal for you, really.

        Originally Posted by EmpireMarket View Post

        will be looking at digiresults.com.... seems legit
        DigiResults is definitely legitimate - there's no question about that.

        But, again - for all the reasons explained above: don't assume that "having it on sale in more places" necessarily leads to "more sales". You need to understand the reasons why that isn't usually true.
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  • Profile picture of the author EmpireMarket
    Thanks guys!!! really good quality response! will be looking at digiresults.com.... seems legit
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  • Profile picture of the author JensSteyaert
    It depends on the niche i guess, if you're niche is outside of IM then clickbank will be your best solution. For the IM niche it's definately Jvzoo and Warriorplus.

    The effectiveness of the platform is hugely determined though by the buzz you create for your launch and ofcourse the quality of your product.
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    • Profile picture of the author wordwizard
      Originally Posted by JensSteyaert View Post

      It depends on the niche i guess, if you're niche is outside of IM then clickbank will be your best solution. For the IM niche it's definately Jvzoo and Warriorplus.

      The effectiveness of the platform is hugely determined though by the buzz you create for your launch and ofcourse the quality of your product.
      I agree with Jens (and much of what's been said above, especially Alexa's useful post about Clickbank).

      Clickbank works great, especially outside of IM, because of the reliable payouts. And JVZoo and Warriorplus are great for IM.

      Here's one more... It's not exactly a Marketplace (although it can work that way to a point since once you're an affiliate for Nanacast members you'll have access to other affiliate programs in there).

      It's an affiliate program that's great for more advanced marketers who have multiple products and want to build a following that keeps promoting them: nanacast! Affiliates like it because it offers lifetime cookies (or at least cookies that tie your referrals to you until someone else's cookies override them).

      So you could get started with one of the above (CB, JVZoo, or WF) and then set up a Nanacast account (once you're making enough moolah) for additional products (or those you want to move over from the other platforms).
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  • Profile picture of the author AlphaSirius
    Yes I totaly agree with JensSteyaert, choosing a right market place is depends upon your type of business.
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    • Profile picture of the author markgaperl
      I think the 3 top choices are - Clickbank, Jvzoo & WarriorPlus
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  • Profile picture of the author webuildsites
    CB is one of the most popular .
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesDean07
    Warriorplus and JvZoo hands down!
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  • Profile picture of the author Highway55
    Originally Posted by EmpireMarket View Post

    Hi guys,

    In your opinions, which are the best market places to sell e-products? I am currently using paydotcom and clickbank..

    just wondering if there are other better ones out there..
    Based on this question I can only assume you aren't making enough sales. I know that's an assumption and I could be wrong. But if it is true, then you likely need to look at your marketing efforts, instead trying to find more places to sell your products.
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