Clickbank Q's

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by pinkyparrot, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    Does clickbank have any programs that promote the real and free survey sites?
    I have a website, and am looking to expand through affiliate marketing.
    These days of peril, nobody wants to spend money. So therefore I would rather give away a product ( or get someone to sign up ) which costs the user nothing, then I get a little piece of the action.
    I have seen many clickbank links but all that I have seen take you to the survey sites that want you to buy a list. I think we all know that that is not a good way to go. There are many free sites out there that do the same things.
    So I guess my actual question is...........
    Does everything have a pricetag or are there actually some free things there?
     
  2. cherie27

    cherie27 New Member

    What kind of things are you looking to give out to your users as a free gift?
     
  3. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    Not actually a gift but I was trying to give users an opportunity to sign up for free surveys. The only ones I have found there are lists of survey sites that you have to pay for. I wouldn't want my web site visitors to have to do this. Any Ideas?
     
  4. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    If you want to give away information for free, go for it. I would, however, test surveys companies out, with a seperate email address so you don't get hit by spam, to see if it is even worth your time - in my experience, paid surveys was a waste of time. In other words, if you, by testing out the surveys companies find that you were well compensated for your time, then give the information away. If, on the other hand, you find that it isn't worth your time, then someone else might be wasting their time by completing surveys as well, so I wouldn't bother giving out the information in that scenerio.
     
  5. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    I have done all that, and have found some that compensate me for my time. There are several that do not allow you to be an affiliate, and I know that there are other ways to do this. I have links on my site that are just links ( non affiliate ). I would like to change that.
    However I do not wish to pass along a site that is going to ask a membership fee to get a list of sites
     
  6. s12345

    s12345 New Member

    clickbank has lots of things there is a suvery site at the moment that has a good gravity so it must be real|!
     
  7. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Doesn't minimum wage pay better than most surveys?

    ~Newbie Shield~
     
  8. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    Not in my neighborhood
     
  9. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Hi Pinky,

    Don't you live in the USA?

    ~Newbie Shield~
     
  10. moyke

    moyke New Member

    Before i got started with internet marketing i tried doing the "paid" surveys and i found out that it wasn't worth it. Every time they would send me surveys to do, I would fill in my information and then after spending 5-10 min filling it in... they would tell me i didnt qualify for it. Complete waste of time.
     
  11. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    Newbie Shield: Hi Pinky,

    Don't you live in the USA?
    Yes I do. But I can't see myself flipping burgers at the local burger joint. I actually make more doing affiliate marketing and doing my own surveys.
    Not to mention that I don't have to work in a nasty environment
     
  12. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    pinkyparrot: Yes I do. But I can't see myself flipping burgers
    at the local burger joint.
    Hi Pinky,

    I don't blame you!

    pinkyparrot: I actually make more doing affiliate marketing
    That part I'm sure everyone can agree upon. It's the survey part that doesn't seem like it's worth it to me.

    But if surveys are the only thing you can come up with to make enough money so that you don't have to flip burgers then go right ahead.

    I just hope for your sake that you can eventually make enough at affiliate marketing, ads, sponsors, etc so that you can let go of surveys...unless of course you really enjoy doing them :)

    Thanx for the input,

    ~Newbie Shield~
     

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