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Henley

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Re: Promoting The Right Clickbank Product
« Reply #15 on: October 20, 2010, 07:18:40 PM »
I guess what I do is more of a hobby even after 10+ years of hard work? But I still give it the ole' "try to succeed". Someday, maybe I'll see the light! LOL

Howard

Please don't think I was trying to put you down, or anything like that, because that was not what I intended.

The point I was trying to make is that if you take your online business seriously, and NEED IT to provide you a living wage, then you must be making more than 2 sales a month from it. I certainly couldn't live solely from my online business if it only made 2 sales a month.

Therefore, if your online business is producing a reasonable income, and it is focused on selling Clickbank products, the Clickbank payment requirements should be almost irrelevant.


But having said that, I still don't like their policy as it is counter-productive for those who are new to the program. Again, maybe I'm wrong?
Howard

I agree with you entirely, but, unfortunately, if we wish to sell Clickbank products we have to play by their rules.

promomxr

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Re: Promoting The Right Clickbank Product
« Reply #16 on: October 20, 2010, 07:43:45 PM »
Henley I was trying to make a funny - LOL

I knew you weren't putting me down it's just that after a long 10+ years I keep trying for that 'Big' break! But such is life, just when things are looking up I find out I've been looking through the wrong window... (another funny!)

Howard

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Re: Promoting The Right Clickbank Product
« Reply #17 on: October 20, 2010, 08:40:06 PM »
Hi y'all--

When I first wanted to pry my money out of CB's greedy little fingers, I only needed a couple of sales (different CCs, etc) to get my first payment of $100+. So, I discovered this guide--

http://www.supertips.com/reports/rp.php?b=6&id=393&booktitle=ClickBank%20for%20Newbies&bookdown=http://www.supertips.com/cbn/index.htm&bookurl=http://www.supertips.com/cbn/cbn-book.htm&rebrand=F1%11super2%10F2%11supertips%10F3

(Is that link long enough?) for newbies. It's the lowest priced product on CB - $3.00 with a .70 or so commission. So I tracked down a couple of buddies, paid them $3 each to buy this manual. For about $4.50 net I was free of CB's minimum qualification forever.

Tell every newbie you know. - MM

promomxr

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Re: Promoting The Right Clickbank Product
« Reply #18 on: October 20, 2010, 09:32:34 PM »
Hi y'all--

When I first wanted to pry my money out of CB's greedy little fingers, I only needed a couple of sales (different CCs, etc) to get my first payment of $100+. So, I discovered this guide--

http://www.supertips.com/reports/rp.php?b=6&id=393&booktitle=ClickBank%20for%20Newbies&bookdown=http://www.supertips.com/cbn/index.htm&bookurl=http://www.supertips.com/cbn/cbn-book.htm&rebrand=F1%11super2%10F2%11supertips%10F3

(Is that link long enough?) for newbies. It's the lowest priced product on CB - $3.00 with a .70 or so commission. So I tracked down a couple of buddies, paid them $3 each to buy this manual. For about $4.50 net I was free of CB's minimum qualification forever.

Tell every newbie you know. - MM

Hey what an idea to circumvent CB - you da man MM!

Howard

Henley

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Re: Promoting The Right Clickbank Product
« Reply #19 on: October 21, 2010, 01:31:52 AM »
It can even cost you less!

Use your own credit card and buy through your own account ... Does your wife have a credit? ... Do you have a second credit card? ... Does your wife have a second credit card?