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Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Make Money Online using click bank affilitiate programme.....

           How to make money using click bank affilitiate programme.....

  [1.] what is click bank ??

click bank is a american advertising comppany,which pay its publishers trough affiliciate marketing programme ,click bank is a world wide company known everywhere around the globe.
click bank as been the best affilitiate company out there today, confirmed by many marketers and online money makers, some have make it there source of income and only way they make money online, and some have made a lot of money using this progaramme..

  [2.]How to earn on click bank ???

earning on click bank is not as easy as people think it maybe ,you got to go trough some hard work which can fetch you some earnings,

The following subjects are covered in this article:

Step 1: Choose Your Niche

The more you focus your efforts on understanding one area, the better you will understand the needs of the customers in that area.
In this video, we share strategies and tips for picking a niche for your new affiliate business. Be sure to spend plenty of time on this step! Don't rush it when getting started.

Step 2: Build Your Platform

Building a platform gives you a means of communicating with potential customers.
In this video, we walk you through the process of developing and building your platform, which will be the basis for growing your audience and promoting products to them. 


You can buy your own web hosting and web design from a number of different providers. For a list of our recommended partners for web hosting and more, see our Partners page
We typically do not recommend using free web hosting solutions, because you don't technically own your website and can potentially lose what you've built at any time. It is worth investing a relatively small amount of money to use a paid web hosting service.

Step 3: Grow Your Audience

Attracting a larger audience means a larger pool of potential customers.
In this video, we'll share the steps you can take to start growing your audience and getting traffic to your platform. If you're not sure how to get visitors to your site, this is the video for you! Just make sure you've watched Steps 1 and 2 first.


Step 4: Promote Products

Once you've created a platform and an audience, you can begin to promote products.
In this video, we'll talk about how you can promote products to your audience in a way that will get you the most sales and make your audience love you at the same time! There are lots of great strategies and tactics in this video, but your success hinges on having done the previous steps properly, so don't jump straight into promoting products before spending time on the earlier steps.

Traffic Sources

There are many different ways to get traffic, both free and paid. Each has their own advantages and disadvantages.


Paid traffic, such as PPC or banner advertising, is usually more controllable and scalable. If what you're doing is working, you can spend more to grow your traffic. It also has the advantage of being able to start very quickly, if not immediately. The main disadvantage of paid traffic is that it can be quite expensive and requires a lot of supervision to avoid losing money. Paid advertising platforms such as Google AdWords can also have strict requirements regarding advertisers and ads, so be sure to pay close attention to all rules and warnings.


Free traffic, such as organic search engine visitors, video marketing, or social media/forum traffic, can be a great way to get highly relevant visitors to your website without paying for each visitor. Building a platform that delivers free traffic can be a great long-term affiliate marketing strategy. However, the downsides of free traffic are that it can take a lot of time and effort before you start seeing results, and can be unreliable.

Conversion Rates

Your conversion rate is the percentage of order form visits that become purchases. It depends on many different factors:
  • Where is your traffic coming from? (Free vs paid, warm vs cold)
  • How well does your audience know, like, and trust you? This can have a huge impact on your conversion rate.
  • Conversion rates can vary widely, even among products in the same niche. Things like sales copy, pricing, page layout, and vendor reputation can have a big impact on how many Hops it takes to convert a sale.
Because there are so many different factors that can affect conversion, there is no way to tell how many Hops it takes to lead to a sale. For some affiliates it may only take a few Hops, whereas others may take hundreds or more.


Next Steps

Once you've gone through these videos and have a solid understanding of how to be a successful affiliate, visit our article on Using the Marketplace to start finding products to promote.

  [3.] Is click bank reliable ??
yeah click bank is so so so reliable company no problem on payouts,no server errors or any other encounter people may think they may experience..

  [4.] How to sign us for click bank ???

signing up fo  click banks was never the problem, the main problem on click bank signup is that,

1.They dont eccept many countries

2.I dont know how many countries or which countries they dont ,even i tried wanna sign up from uk, thry couldnt  offer me an account, i never tried using usa cos of the tax verification details which i didnt have,so it think you guys should just keep trying tha sign up phase they may accept you in no time tryna signup from diff countries.....

  [5.] How do i get paid when i earned

If you're new to affiliate marketing, the idea of earning commissions for promoting other people's products can be both exciting and confusing. How do you know how much you'll earn? How is the sale tracked and reported? When will you get paid for the sales you've driven?


Here's a simple overview of how ClickBank commissions work:
  1. You find a product to promote and create a customized HopLink.
  2. You promote the product online.
  3. A customer clicks on your HopLink, goes to the vendor's website, and ends up purchasing the product from ClickBank.
  4. You receive credit for promoting the sale. Your commission is calculated based on the net sale price (see below) and credited to your account within two minutes of the sale.

How Commissions Are Calculated

Every ClickBank product has a commission rate that is set by the vendor, ranging from 1% to 75%. When you drive a sale to that product, ClickBank processes the sale, applies its charges, then calculates the commission rate based on the remaining net sale amount. Here's an example of how much you'll earn on a one-time purchase product with a 55% commission rate:
Retail Price: $29.95
Subtract 7.5% + $1: -$3.25
Net Sale Amount: $26.70
55% of Remainder: $14.69
Therefore, as the referring affiliate for this sale, you would earn $14.69.
Recurring products can have different commission rates for the initial purchase and the rebill purchases, but the calculation is performed in the same way.
The maximum commission you can earn on a single sale is $150.

Getting Paid

Obviously, the goal of being an affiliate is to get paid for your efforts. To receive your first commission payment, there are two requirements:
  1. You must reach your payment threshold, which you set in your Settings.
  2. You must meet the Customer Distribution Requirement.
For more details about these requirements, and more information about how and when we send payments to you, see the How We Pay You article.
All accounts default to a paper check payment method until you elect to change to direct deposit or wire.  If you're located in an eligible country, you can start receiving payment via direct deposit. Once you become eligible for direct deposit, you can specify this as your payment method in Settings->Payment Information. If you are not within a country supported by direct deposit you may be eligible to receive wire payments or can continue to receive payments with a check.

Refunds and Chargebacks

One question you may have is whether you will still receive your affiliate commission if the product is returned or if the customer requests a chargeback on the purchase. Unfortunately, the answer is no. All money is returned to the customer, so the vendor and affiliate must return their portions of the sale as well.
Because of the 60-day return period for all ClickBank products, we utilize a return allowance to cover the possibility of returns.
  6. New to Affiliates

Advice for New Affiliates


  • Promote high-quality products that you personally find interesting and would consider purchasing.Believing in the value of a product will make you better at promoting it, both because your promotional efforts will be more believable, and because you'll have a better understanding of what draws potential customers to that product in the first place. Try promoting products you feel passionate about, instead of only promoting products that are popular with everyone else.
  • Take advantage of the tools and tips that vendors offer on the Affiliates pages of their sites.They often include useful information about the best ways to promote their products, and may also provide images, suggestions for related keywords, and more.
  • Test your HopLinks and campaigns regularly to ensure they're working properly.
  • Spend time researching various promotional techniques before you get started.A good resource if you're just starting out is our Succeeding as an Affiliate article, and searching the Internet for specifics on each promotional technique should get you a great deal of good information for free.
  • Be flexible about your techniques, and be willing to make changes if something isn't working.Different techniques work for different types of products, so what worked for you in the past may not work in the future. The business of affiliate marketing changes very quickly, so you always need to be ready to adjust to market trends, new products, and other unforeseen circumstances.
  • Store copies of your HopLinks in a file on your computer.It's also a good idea to include a note about which product the HopLink corresponds to, and any additional details you want to remember about the product. ClickBank doesn't store copies of HopLinks you've created, so if you want to have easy access to them for future promotions, you'll need to store them yourself.
  • Choose an inoffensive account nickname.While your nickname doesn't have to be perfect (see the Don't below), it will be visible to customers, so it's a good idea to make it something that won't offend anyone or make them decide not to purchase through you.
  • Follow the terms and conditions of any sites you're using.If you promote a product on Facebook, Pinterest, Craigslist, or any other site, you must follow their terms and conditions as well as ours. We terminate accounts who violate the terms and conditions of other sites to protect our business with those sites.


  • Don't spam.There are a number of reasons not to spam other people with affiliate promotions. ClickBank takes complaints of spamming very seriously, and we will suspend or terminate accounts if we determine that they are associated with spamming. Additionally, many websites, social networks, forums, blogs, and Internet Service Providers take reporting of spamming seriously, so you can quickly find yourself banned from popular places to promote products if your promotions are considered to be spam and are reported by others.
  • Don't fill out the My Site/My Products/My Images sections of the Settings tab.These account sections are only intended for ClickBank vendors, not for affiliates. Please leave these blank unless you want to become a ClickBank vendor.
  • Don't use "negative" advertising campaigns.
    While some affiliates think it's a good idea to create ads like "Is Product X a scam?" and then link to the product, we strongly recommend that you not use this method of advertising. Many vendors are opposed to people associating their product with being a scam, and can request that ClickBank ban particular affiliates from promoting their product if they catch them doing this. This means that your advertising efforts go to waste and you won't be able to promote that vendor's product in the future. In addition, it makes ClickBank products in general look bad, and can make customers hesitant to buy the product since you've introduced doubt in their mind. It's better to highlight the benefits of a product right off the bat, instead of introducing fear about a product and then trying to sell a customer on the product anyway.
  • Don't feel that you must purchase the product you want to promote.
    You're never required to purchase a product to be able to promote it, though sometimes owning and using the product can lead to new ideas on how to promote the product.
  • Don't offer bonuses of cash or cash equivalents (such as gift cards) for customers who purchase a product through your HopLink.This is not allowed in ClickBank's Client Contract. You can, however, offer other types of bonuses, such as additional ebooks or related products, to customers who purchase through your HopLink.
  • Don't expect to quickly generate a lot of traffic using free promotional techniques.While free promotional methods such as search engine optimization (SEO) and social media can eventually lead to lots of traffic, beginner affiliates will likely not drive much traffic from these methods until they've had time to build up their efforts, reputation, and search engine rankings.
  • Don't mask or store your HopLink in a frame.For your HopLinks to be properly tracked, they must not be stored in a frame. If your domain is masked, your HopLink will be stored in this manner, and therefore will be unreliable.
  • Don't promote the "resolved" form of a HopLink.An example of this would be www.examplesite.com/?hop=yournickname. Instead, you must use the HopLink format ending in hop.clickbank.net so the Hop can be tracked correctly, ensuring you receive affiliate credit on the sale.
  • Don't use your password as a Tracking ID.If you choose to include a Tracking ID on your HopLink, it is visible to anyone who clicks your HopLink, as is your account nickname. Having both of these pieces of information visible to others may invite unauthorized access to your account.
  • Don't be overly concerned with picking a "perfect" ClickBank nickname.Your advertising efforts are what really count, not the nickname you use.

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