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    Is "Ewealth" becoming the "Clickbank distress forum"? I wonder why some of cb's problems are mainly discussed here, and not (or to a much lesser extent) on other marketing forums.

    We all know there are some issues that need to be solved, but I don't think it is wise to switch to panic mode.

    Let's give CB a chance. They have been good to us in the past. Let's hope they will be good to us in the near future.

    However, I have to mention that I am more concerned about their product approval policies nowadays. Looks like some "hotshots" get easy approvals for any product (including scam products), while others are not even allowed to mention the word "money" anymore.

    Does anyone know what their "product approval policy" stands for nowadays?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve S. View Post
    Is "Ewealth" becoming the "Clickbank distress forum"? I wonder why some of cb's problems are mainly discussed here, and not (or to a much lesser extent) on other marketing forums.

    We all know there are some issues that need to be solved, but I don't think it is wise to switch to panic mode.

    Let's give CB a chance. They have been good to us in the past. Let's hope they will be good to us in the near future.

    However, I have to mention that I am more concerned about their product approval policies nowadays. Looks like some "hotshots" get easy approvals for any product (including scam products), while others are not even allowed to mention the word "money" anymore.

    Does anyone know what their "product approval policy" stands for nowadays?

    Appreciate your post.
    I believe that there are so many SOS calls here - because people here earn CB money - and there is a problem and it is affecting business.

    Me, Im switching to the $7 network, I think its still on the move.
    Plus Paypal pays INSTANTLY!
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    I have several vendor accounts and have been with CB for quite some time. Recently submitted a product approval request for a similar site that was approved about a year ago. However, I received an email stating that they are no longer accepting this type of service/niche market. I have send an email and tried calling the approval department... but seems like I am being ignored.

    I was thinking of using my merchant account with shareasale or some other affiliate network.

    Besides paydotcom and ccbill are there any other options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixels View Post
    did you use them before, how are they?

    I am guessing they have their own cc processing?

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    All ClickBank needs to do is tell us something.......Anything for crying out loud.

    It doesn't have to be the Truth, the whole Thruth, and nothing but the Truth.

    It just has to be something that addresses the concerns of the Affiliates.

    There is obviously something wrong and it is not being dealt with properly by the people at ClickBank.

    Our system is Fucked would be an nice start!


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    Clickbank does not allow me to see reports of clicks and impressions that they record for my links. All of the other affiliate networks that I use do.

    It's really that simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biff_Tiberius_Farnsworth View Post
    Clickbank does not allow me to see reports of clicks and impressions that they record for my links. All of the other affiliate networks that I use do.

    It's really that simple.

    ~B

    Dang...that's true..never really thought about it like that though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biff_Tiberius_Farnsworth View Post
    Clickbank does not allow me to see reports of clicks and impressions that they record for my links. All of the other affiliate networks that I use do.

    It's really that simple.

    ~B
    Good point. I should have thought about that considering how much I like my CPA networks (that's one of the reasons). This is the only network that doesn't. Suspicious? Very.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lev View Post
    did you use them before, how are they?

    I am guessing they have their own cc processing?
    I've used Plimus for almost a year. They're great. They accept like 5 different methods of payments, allow full customization, handle affiliate payments, provide about 4 different payout options and customer service responds in like an hour 7 days a week. They make Clickbank look like its from the 80s. The reason Plimus can't compete? No Marketplace

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve S. View Post
    Is "Ewealth" becoming the "Clickbank distress forum"? I wonder why some of cb's problems are mainly discussed here, and not (or to a much lesser extent) on other marketing forums.

    We all know there are some issues that need to be solved, but I don't think it is wise to switch to panic mode.

    Let's give CB a chance. They have been good to us in the past. Let's hope they will be good to us in the near future.

    However, I have to mention that I am more concerned about their product approval policies nowadays. Looks like some "hotshots" get easy approvals for any product (including scam products), while others are not even allowed to mention the word "money" anymore.

    Does anyone know what their "product approval policy" stands for nowadays?

    There have been complaints on other CB forums, maybe just not as regular. I think eWealth has more active experts. In other words, most of the posts I see in other forums are newbies with questions. Seems to be quite a few CB experts on here, and hence they feel the effect more so and are aware of what's going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorElite View Post
    There have been complaints on other CB forums, maybe just not as regular. I think eWealth has more active experts. In other words, most of the posts I see in other forums are newbies with questions. Seems to be quite a few CB experts on here, and hence they feel the effect more so and are aware of what's going on.
    Hey, I just said that ...I think!

    Quote Originally Posted by RazorElite View Post
    I've used Plimus for almost a year. They're great. They accept like 5 different methods of payments, allow full customization, handle affiliate payments, provide about 4 different payout options and customer service responds in like an hour 7 days a week. They make Clickbank look like its from the 80s. The reason Plimus can't compete? No Marketplace
    One of the reasons I didn´t start around three four years ago was that the CB presentation was so pre-natal...I just couldn´t believe they were (past tense) so well positioned.

    Why doesn´t Plimus have a marketplace - the site looks great. They must have some good customers to drive them along?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trudat View Post
    Good point. I should have thought about that considering how much I like my CPA networks (that's one of the reasons). This is the only network that doesn't. Suspicious? Very.

    Maybe they are going to do a "big bang" roll-out (which never works) and give us some of the modern day stats access that we need.

    Just as you posted this I was going to post - and so will ask here - are there any tools or workarounds to get the stats direct from CB or vendors (apart from re-directs)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtColombia View Post
    are there any tools or workarounds to get the stats direct from CB or vendors (apart from re-directs)?
    No, you need access to the logfiles of clickbank.net. That's why CB would have to provide the reports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve S. View Post
    Is "Ewealth" becoming the "Clickbank distress forum"? I wonder why some of cb's problems are mainly discussed here, and not (or to a much lesser extent) on other marketing forums.
    Maybe because other forums (such as the Clickbank'samessforum) enforce a no whining policy:

    http://clickbanksuccessforum.com/for...pic.php?t=6100

    All we need here is a bit of good old-fashioned Nazi censorship and the problem will go away.


    Let's give CB a chance. They have been good to us in the past. Let's hope they will be good to us in the near future.
    Yeah, they've only had 5 months. Don't want to worry them. Poor things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xor0 View Post
    Maybe because other forums (such as the Clickbank'samessforum) enforce a no whining policy:

    http://clickbanksuccessforum.com/for...pic.php?t=6100

    All we need here is a bit of good old-fashioned Nazi censorship and the problem will go away.




    Yeah, they've only had 5 months. Don't want to worry them. Poor things.
    Hahaha... That place pisses me off. I don't see anything wrong with people complaining about crappy sales.

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