How to choose product to sell on clickbank – covering the basic of clickbank secret part two

How to choose product to sell on clickbank – covering the basic of clickbank secret part two

First Step to make money with clickbank – Learn How to choose product for sell


People told you how to make money with clickbank, they share more than 3000 words on their blog, telling you the easiest way to promote and how to sell, and then you follow the tips and failed. Thousand of clickbank member failed and always in this circle until they know the basic, but most of them just too lazy to covering the basic.

They just want to make quick money, can’t wait to make money and finally got nothing. This is why you will easier to find people that telling their failing story then people that telling their success story, right? simple They failed because they didn’t know How to choose product to sell on clickbank .

Well,i have told you in my older post ” Make money from clickbank – covering the basic of clickbank secret part one” that covering the basic is really important and learn from my experience on clickbank, now I will share the most basic tips to choose product on clickbank. I just got this explanation on clickbank help guide ( I just copied it…lol ) which I thought you was never read this even you have being their member for years.

Clickbank product guide – how to choose product to sell on clickbank

See picture bellow and read the explanation bellow the picture. This is the key about how to choose product to sell on clickbank. You success story will depend on how you can optimize this.

  • $/sale: This is the average amount that an affiliate earns for each sale of this product. This number takes into account refunds,chargebacks and sales tax, so it gives an accurate picture of how much you can really expect to earn from a sale over time.
  • Future $: This number only applies to recurring billing products (i.e., products like memberships and subscriptions that regularly bill customers over time). This number shows the average amount an affiliate makes on all of the rebilled sales. Note that this number doesn’t include the original sale amount.
  • Total $/sale: For one-time purchases, this number is the same as $/sale. For recurring billing products, it equals the average total of the initial sale plus all rebills, divided by the number of initial sales. To put it simply, for every new purchase of this product, this amount is the average you’d make in total over the life of the new customer. However, this is just an average; this amount is not guaranteed.
  • %/sale: This number typically shows the commission rate for a product. It should only ever change if the vendor changes their commission rate.
  • %refd: This is the percentage of sales that were referred by affiliates. This can give you an indication of how popular a product is with affiliates, and how competitive it might be to promote it.
  • grav: Short for Gravity, this number represents a unique calculation by ClickBank that takes into account the number of different affiliates who earned a commission by promoting this product over the past 8 weeks. Since more recent transactions are given a higher value, this number can give you an idea of what products are “hot” at the moment, in terms of being promoted by many affiliates and making a good number of sales. However, high gravity can also indicate that there will be a lot of competition in promoting this product.

I just got one thing to tell you , read the explanation again and again . it’s really important for ALL clickbank member to know this before learn the next step about how to promote and sell the product. Just remember this ” you want to make money with clickbank then you need to know how to sell but the first thing is you must know what and how to choose the product to sell , that’s it “

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