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    O/T: Become a ClickBank reseller

     
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    Harvey Segal
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    Joined: 23 Mar 2004
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    PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2005 12:40 am    Post subject: O/T: Become a ClickBank reseller Reply with quote

    THE CLICKBANK GUIDE

    Issue 64: May 30, 2005
    Harvey Segal, Editor
    hsegal@supertips.com


    You may wonder why you've not heard from me for 5
    weeks.

    Well first I only send out an issue when I have
    something newsworthy to tell.

    But also an event occurred which practically put me out
    of action for about 2 weeks.

    It could do the same to you.

    Read what happened to me here

    http://www.clickbanksuccessforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1915


    Now if you have peeped into your ClickBank account in
    the last day or so you will have seen some new
    changes.

    * PayPal will be added to the list of customer payment
    options in July - which can only help improve
    conversions.

    * As a ClickBank reseller you will now earn more from
    the sales of any vendor you recruit. Previously it was
    a flat fee of $0.10 for each sale, now it is 5% of
    sales for the first year.

    If you want to recruit vendors here's the link

    http://AFFILIATE.reseller.hop.clickbank.net

    where AFFILIATE is your ClickBank nickname.


    Then you can encourage them to become super vendors and
    get 5% of their sales by getting them to read this book

    ClickBank Vendor SuperTips

    http://www.clickbankguide.com/cvsbook.htm

    Even better - become a SuperTips affiliate and get
    commission on the sale of that book

    http://www.supertips.com/cl/sales/affiliate.htm



    And I've got another great affiliate program for you to
    join.

    The actual product as I will explain in a moment is in
    great demand and as an affiliate you will earn the
    maximum commission of 75%.

    Even if the customer pays by mailing in a cheque (quite
    common) you will still receive that commission.

    You can also receive daily reports on unique visitors
    and sales plus tracking reports if you wish to
    advertise with Google or Overture.

    Proof of the success of this product - it's number 2 in
    the ClickBank Marketplace.

    At this point you might ask why am I telling you about
    it and inviting competition.

    Well you won't be in competition because I'm not
    selling the product. My association with the affiliate
    program management is to help them recruit affiliates.


    Now to the product.

    There's a huge demand from companies to get feedback
    about their products and services. They do this by
    means of online surveys - and they are happy to pay
    people to complete survey forms.

    We are not talking massive fortunes here - just simple
    and easy extra money for ANYONE with access to the
    Internet

    And we are not talking about Internet marketers here -
    it could be your next door neighbour.

    Now if your neighbour discovered this lucrative niche
    and decided to research what is out there he would be
    faced by a bewildering choice of programs to join, the
    task of working out the best ones and how to weed out
    the scams.

    Fortunately the work has been done for him.

    A service called Survey Scout has done the hard work of
    evaluating these programs and set up a huge database
    organized by numerous criteria.

    In other words a godsend to anyone who wants to
    participate in surveys.

    They will charge your 'neighbour' $34.95 to access the
    database (it's actually an extensive membership area
    with great supporting material for the customer) of
    which you will receive $23.50 as an affiliate.


    This should be one of the easiest sales that you have
    made as an affiliate, however - and I'm saving the best
    for the last - they have made it even easier.

    Should your potential customer waver at the thought of
    a $34.95 outlay he will get a delightful surprise.

    Survey Scout will provide a new customer with a $25
    Instant Survey. Which means his net outlay will only be
    $9.95

    Don't worry - you will still get your $23.50
    commission.

    So there's nothing for YOU to waver about, it's free to
    sign up at

    http://www.supertips.com/cgi-bin/b/t.cgi?scout




    Regards
    Harvey
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