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dbillman sorry to interrupt the cafe group but I'm a lost newbie.  I've written an ebook-converted to pdf 2) have built webiste and have hosting and domain name.

I signed up for clickbank and when I click on order the page goes to clickbank payment page.  But my question is then how does customer get ebook or download it.  Clickbank won't answer my questions my website builder doesn' know nor do I.  I'm also willing to switch vendors i.e not clickbank if another one is easier and of good quality.  

Thank you for your help

daniel


Posted on: 4:52 am on May 9, 2009
JackD If you can persevere with ClickBank, you will reap the benefits of their affiliates.

When you go to ClickBank you need to click on "Become a Publisher" image link.

You will need the two URLs from your website before ClickBank approves your product to be sold with them:

Sales page (pitch page)
Thank you page - this is where you deliver your product.

After you have entered the relevant info with ClickBank they will check your product.

There is a cost of $50 to register as a Publisher.

Good luck!


Posted on: 2:53 pm on May 14, 2009
rlemire dbillman;

From your comments it's appears that you are selling your product from a "BuyNow" link on your web page (before the customer downloads your product).

Then after the payment you appear to need a delivery system to distribute you product to the customer.

One thing you could do on your sales page is explain to the customer that a download link will be supplied after the purchase...  Then, after receiving a payment notice from ClickBank, you could send the customer an e-mail message with a download link to your product.

As an alternative, you should look at the HYPrLock security system. It provides PDF security, an effective distribution system, automatic password activation and instant refund protection. Everything you need to distribute and protect your PDF product.

There are tutorials for setting up and using both PayPal and ClickBank.

Ron


Posted on: 5:18 am on May 15, 2009
kairav22 agree with those two answer above. have you try it?

Posted on: 8:26 am on July 24, 2015

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