Understand Clickbank




How To Start
With ClickBank



1.  You can EARN commission by promoting other people’s product. This is suitable for beginners without any experience yet to make money online.

2.  You can turn your big ideas or passion into a REAL viable online business using ClickBank platform that pulls in customers globally on auto-pilot. This is suitable for product owners/vendors.



You’ll not believe what ClickBank can give you to make money online.

ClickBank is popular for online marketers, affiliate marketers generating income online,
but very few really made money from it.

Normally, people sign up with ClickBank aiming to hit their jackpot to make money.

In most cases, people randomly choose a lousy product, run random traffic to it, frustrated & disappointed of not seeing results, then totally abandon the platform and jump to the next shiny objects that gives you big promises to make your dreams come true.  Sounds familiar?

What is ClickBank

ClickBank is one of the top online digital product retailer with 200 million plus customers globally. ClickBank marketplace serves both beginners who want to earn REAL money online as an affiliate (promoting other people’s product) as well as for product creators/vendors who want to sell their own digital product online (pdf, ebook, collection of video tutorials or audios).

How To Work With ClickBank

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Setting up a 7Search Campaign

Yesterday I sent out an email to everyone who has joined my newsletter, Affiliate Manager Exclusive, with a quick example and walk through of setting up and tracking a 7Search campaign. Today I am going to go into a little more detail on how exactly that is done, give you some example offers you should run on 7Search, and I have even included a screencast going over my example campaign. Later this week I am going to do a follow up post on how to optimize your 7Search campaign by finding and blacklisting losing sources.

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5 Real Ways to Make Money Online




How many articles are there about making money online? Thousands?  Millions? Enough? Probably. But there’s a problem. Too many of them are just sales pitches to convince you to sign up for some seminar, webinar, training session or some other way to become an online millionaire.

They really give online money making a bad name. But it is possible to make money online. I mean, the people selling all of those millionaire pitches are making money, right?

There are legitimate ways to make money online. The problem is that the real ways to make money aren’t “get rich quick” schemes.

Most of them require a lot of work and sometimes a lot of dedication before seeing a return on your time.  But if you really want to make money online, work from home or turn an idea into a business, you can do it.

I’m going to tell you about all kinds of legitimate ways to make money online.  Since we are talking about legitimate jobs, you’ve got to be…well, legitimate. Many of these options are real jobs that require you to put in hours if you want to get paid. They also require real work. Here are some tips for actually getting the job:

  • Take it seriously. Yes, you’re applying for an online job. Yes, you can do the work in your underwear, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a “real job”. You must treat it as such or they aren’t going to treat you as a serious candidate. You aren’t the only one who wants to work in their underwear. In fact, the competition online is likely higher than it is in your local area.
  • Be professional. When you submit a résumé, don’t type it in ALL CAPS and please don’t avoid the caps lock like the plague. Know how to use it without looking incompetent. Write in complete sentences with proper grammar. Of course, there will be exceptions, but even with the exceptions, you must keep it professional. You’re building their view of you.
  • Give some, but not all.  Whether you’re providing writing samples, a photography portfolio or links to your work, give them enough examples to get the idea, but not so many that they don’t even know where to start. And while we’re on the topic, give them some of your background information, but don’t tell them your life story.
  • Double check yourself, before you double wreck yourself. Make sure everything you send to a company, whether a résumé, an email or a portfolio, is good to go. Double check your grammar and wording, and for God’s sake use spell check! This is especially important when it comes to the company’s name. Don’t spell their name wrong and be sure to type it how they type it (e.g. Problogger, not Pro Blogger).

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Educate to Dominate Your Competition

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First off, check out this quotation:

“It is easier to resist at the beginning than at the end.” – Leonardo da Vinci

Now, let me ask you this … How do you spark the buying process without a lot of high-pressure, high-hype selling?

You do it by getting the reader, listener, or viewer to imagine buying from you, even before you’ve presented the full offer.

Why is that important?

It’s important because once someone imagines buying from you, they’ve made a mental commitment.

The size of that commitment will depend on how well your content resonates with that particular individual, but it’s a commitment nonetheless.

And at that point, it’s a commitment voluntarily made, without any overt request on your part.

You may still be thinking, so what?

Well, we humans are funny that way. Once we commit to something, we tend to act in a consistent manner with the prior commitment.

The six psychological shortcuts of Influence

In his famous book Influence: Science and Practice, Dr. Robert Cialdini identifies six judgmental heuristics that create mental shortcuts that can drive our behavior:

  1. Reciprocity
  2. Social proof
  3. Liking
  4. Authority
  5. Scarcity
  6. Commitment and consistency

Note that by giving away free content, you’re invoking reciprocity, which triggers the psychological need to give something back in return.

When people share and comment on your content, you’re invoking the power of social proof.

By creating conversational content that builds rapport, you are also bringing liking into play, because people want to do business with people they like, even if another choice might be technically more appropriate.

And by taking on the role of teacher, you’re becoming an authority figure, which makes what you say more likely to be accepted and acted upon.

Then when you get someone to imagine themselves buying, you’re bringing commitment and consistency into play, and this shortcut can tip the scales in your favor.

This is why in-person sales people will constantly ask you, “If I can get this price, or this added feature, will you make the purchase?”

When you verbally commit, they know they’ve gotten one crucial step closer to the close due to the psychological principles of commitment and consistency.

Even a smaller level of mental commitment can lead to consistency when the prospect makes the commitment based on their own (seemingly) unprompted decision.

This prospect will view your eventual offer through a more positive frame than someone who sees the offer cold. As long as you deliver what your content created a desire for, you’ll sell a lot more.

Now you understand what da Vinci was saying.

When you come rushing out of the gate selling, it’s easy for people to resist. But when you establish yourself as a teacher who people have bonded with, it gets much harder to say no by the time the transaction is proposed.

Smart selling empowers people to buy

So many people equate selling with hype and shady tactics to trick people into buying. In reality, smart selling is about empowering people to make the right decision.

Oftentimes, people simply need to be thoroughly educated on the basics, which naturally reveals the ultimate benefits of doing business with you along the way.

Editor’s note: The original version of this post was published on August 25, 2009.

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Laura Roeder on Building a Business that Supports the Lifestyle You Love


This week’s guest is a self-learner. She aspires to help people’s small businesses succeed beyond their wildest dreams by making social media marketing plain and simple to understand and implement. She is Laura Roeder, and she is a Digital Entrepreneur.

In this episode, Laura walks you through her journey as a digital entrepreneur:

  • How being a mom has influenced her ability to reap the benefits of digital entrepreneurship
  • How all the small choices she’s made over the years have added up to something incredible
  • Why constantly innovating helps her deal with the challenge of bringing in new customers
  • The one word she’d use to describe where see wants to take her business in the future … and why you should strive for it too

And more.

Plus, Laura answers my rapid-fire questions at the end in which she reveals why she’s been keeping her phone in another room at night.

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Quick! What Can You Systematize Before 2017?


In this week’s episode, our goal is to send you and your shows sailing into 2017. This conversation is the first of a three-part series created with the sole purpose of enabling you to take your podcast to new heights in the new year.

Yes, 2016 was a great year for Showrunners as a whole and podcasting as a medium (except for the one guy who didn’t think so). But if we get our shows in shape, 2017 can and will be even better.

To accomplish this, we need to create rock-solid systems for our podcasts. Systems to help us schedule podcast guests, record better interviews, edit our podcasts, and even systems to help us find sponsors for our shows.

Systematizing our shows can seem difficult and even unnecessary. But as you will learn in this episode, there are ways to ensure it doesn’t become daunting.

In fact, Jerod and Jon have systematized the process for systematizing your show.

Here’s what you will learn in this episode:

  • The whats — and hows — to better systematize your podcast
  • Three Ss (and two Rs) for identifying opportunities for systematization
  • Why you need to be ruthless and realistic
  • Plus, Jerod’s three steps for systematizing your show in 2017

Listen, learn, enjoy …

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Why Starting a Membership Site Is a Terrible Idea … Until You Just Do It


Sonia Simone joins our show to walk you through the most important elements of setting up a membership site, today.

As we approach the new year, you may be thinking about the changes you want to make to your life. And if you have been following the show, that may mean that you are looking to start — or at least expand — a membership site.

But change can be scary. And it is that fear of change that keeps most from ever moving forward.

If you are in earnest about building and growing a membership site — and need that extra inspiration to move forward — then you will love this episode.

In this 30-minute episode, Jessica Frick and I interview Sonia Simone and discuss her personal journey in creating membership communities, with deep insight into:

  • The single most important element you need when launching a membership site
  • How to launch a membership site when you have no audience online
  • The two most important ingredients you need to grow a membership site
  • And why it is OK to make mistakes along the way

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On brands, death and social media

When a celebrity dies, how should brands respond on social media, if at all? Columnist Chris Kerns shares tips on how to approach the practice responsibly and with sensitivity.

Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.

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