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Why Most Clickbank Affiliates Fail

Dec 14th 2010 at 11:39 PM

Here is the standard scenario of a newbie Clickbank affiliate:They make their first sale. Are they feeling happy and motivated? Of course, they can see the potential of the Clickbank affiliate program and the dollar signs start to flash in front of their eyes. The bad news is that just because you have a sale it doesn’t mean that you will get paid. “What?” you say. “Doesn’t Clickbank pay out commission on each of your sales?” Yes, they do but there is a catch.<BR><BR>The first step you have to overcome (and this one most new affiliates know about as it is written clearly on Clickbank’s page) is you will need to reach a payment threshold before they will send you a commission check. By default Clickbank set this at $100. You can choose to go lower (down to $10) but you need to be aware that Clickbank will charge you $2.50 for each payout. The second step however is the big one.Before you get paid you need to meet the customer distribution requirement.<BR>You can read the full details on the customer distribution requirement in Clickbank’s Accounting Policy. Here is a snippet for you:<BR><BR>In compliance with US law, ClickBank will withhold payment of any account balance until the following criteria is met:<BR>* Sales made with 5 or more different credit card numbers and<BR>* Sales made with two different payment methods (either Visa, MasterCard, or PayPal). Note: PayPal purchases do not count toward the minimum 5 different credit card numbers.<BR><BR>What this means is you are going to need five sales before you get paid!<BR><BR>Now unfortunately it gets worse. Remember those dormant accounts I spoke about earlier. Accounts with a positive balance but no earning for a period of 90 days will begin to incur some account charges. These charges are $1 per pay period (a pay period is 2 weeks) after 90 days of inactivity, $5 per pay period after 180 days of inactivity, and $15 per pay period after 365 days of inactivity. So as you can see even if you get lucky with a few sales at the start of your affiliate promotions by making even a good commission of $100 for a sale, you will need to wait for at least 4 more sales before you can get hold of your earnings. Meanwhile, after 3 months of no sales Clickbank will being to chip away at your earning with fees. No wonder most newbie Clickbank affiliates give up before they even get going. <BR><BR>Here is how you can solve this problem and begin to start seeing your commission checks paid.<BR><BR>If you could make some quick sales and make up those 5 sales required to meet the Customer Distribution Requirement, you could become eligible to receive your first check and soon get the 3 checks allowing you to move to direct debit (meaning you can get weekly payments straight into your account).


What if you could get some quick and easy sales with an ebook that only costs $3? Forget about the low commission, you will be getting those sales needed to fulfil the 5 sales Customer Distribution Requirement. $3 is the lowest price an ebook can be sold for on Clickbank, so the trick now is to find an ebook selling for $3. I mean who wouldn’t buy an ebook for $3? If you want to find out more information on ebooks selling for $3 and also get your hand on a free downloadable ebook from a great author by the name of Harvey Segal click on the link at the end of this article. The ebook is completely free and you don’t even need to give out any of your personal information to download it.<BR><BR>I hope this article was a help to all you struggling Clickbank affiliates and now you might be able to start making some serious money.



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