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Are Clickbank Products Worth Your Time?

Clickbank is an online marketplace for digital information products that connects sellers to affiliate marketers who can help them sell for commissions. You can have up to 50-75% of the sale which enables you to make from $15 to $25 or more per sale depending on products.

What are the benefits of being an affiliate marketer?

There is no reason you’d even consider doing something that does not work well, right? Here are the benefits you have when promoting Clickbank products and why a lot of people are joining their affiliate program.

  • You don’t have to create a product yourself.
  • The sellers already has websites to promote and persuade the visitors for you. Your only job is to drive traffic to that page.
  • High commission rate and you can also get good recurring commissions from products that offers memberships etc.
  • Clickbank is known for paying on time and is a reliable website, so you don’t have to worry about that.

With these, Clickbank is a pretty good platform and that’s the reason why expert internet marketers would recommend it to beginners.

Is promoting products from Clickbank easy?

Yes and no.

It is not hard to promote given the right method. To put it simply, all you have to do is drive traffic to the seller’s sale page. You don’t need a million methods to do that, just one will be enough (it’s important thought that your traffic is targeted and interested in the product).

Although I have to note that as you begin your journey, it’s very likely that you will have to give it time, and work on trials and errors in order to find the best method and execution for you.

Nowadays you have so many information so if you are serious and do your researches, attend conferences and persist (better said than done, I know!)… there is literally no way you will fail.

Okay, there is something important we haven’t covered yet (hint: it’s in the title). Let’s talk about what kind of products Clickbank has to offer.
I know most of us wouldn’t think about the product quality at first but the money part, how much you are gonna get and how easy it’s done. That’s very understandable…!

Product quality

Think about it, how good is it to sell a bad product? We people of the internet has evolved a lot and we know how to search for reviews before trying our hands at something new. And to expect to effectively sell a product with bad reviews is wishful thinking.
Say you manage to make a couple of sales, your customers will not take long to realize the bad quality and lose their trust in you.

Making money is great but it wouldn’t be so much if you step all over your ethics.

A little story…

I was introduced to Clickbank since I first learned about affiliate marketing and was recommended to use it rather than Amazon because digital products are easier to deliver and Clickbank offers better commission rate. And that’s what I did (that’s why I haven’t tried Amazon and don’t have a lot of knowledge to teach you, ha ha).

I was interested in the affiliate marketing niche and chose the top product on the list, it was the CB Passive Income for those curious.
I clicked on the sale website and it looked like this.

CB Pasive Icome site

Little did I know back then that the make money niche is home to the most “scammy” products, specifically from Clickbank.

Long story short, I didn’t make any sales with the CB Passive Income and realized the program itself was not very good. I wrote about my experience using and promoting it in my CB Passive Income 3.0 Review (yes, I tried it at one point).

I was forced to take a closer look at what kind of products Clickbank has to offer once I failed to sale the Patric Chan’s CB Passive Income…

There is no better place to test a marketplace’s quality than making researches about it’s top products. Here are the top 5 popular products on Clickbank.

  1. The Venus Factor by Gwen Millano
  2. Fat Diminisher by Wes Virgin
  3. ED Protocol by Jason Long
  4. Language Of Desire by Felicity Keith
  5. Diabetes Destroyer by David Andrews

With these products lined up, you can see that they all came from the Health and Fitness category except Language Of Desire being a self-help program.

So here are their sales page, respectively from left to right.

Clickban top products website


As you can see from first glance, these websites are very similar, so does all the sales pages from Clickbank I have come across.

They are simply composed of 1 page with a single video first talking about a personal experience of the author and how they came to develop a trick that helps them solve their various issues (ie. obesity, erectile dysfunction, lack of sexual attraction, eating disorder). At the end of the video you will usually find an Add to cart button.

There is a clear lack of concrete information about the product. A one page only sale page has been proven to convert well and it’s not a bad thing in itself, until there is no official website or anything where you can further inform about the product and it’s service.

This gives the visitor very limited choices between buying and leaving the site.

The sellers are not very well known. Aside from their claims from their videos, most of the time you can’t find a lot more about them on the internet them up.

Attempt to claim that their sales page or video are gonna be taken down soon. Let’s be real here, you are making a sales page and you want to make the most money out of it. That is simply not true.

A lot of promotional method. For the most part of the videos, there is an excessive amount of misleading sales pitch (such as “you don’t need to work out”, “your life is gonna change forever once you know this trick”, “it’s so easy anyone can do it”) without going into more details about what kind of product they have to offer.

Another thing and this may be my personal preference, I don’t like exit pop-ups with capital letters at all. They seem too desperate for me, at the very least, don’t make them sound too lengthy and urgent (with capital letters, ugh).

Promotional exit pop up

No, just no.

No testimonial. It is said that the more simple a sales page is, the more it attracts customers and that may be true and it’s better not to have testimonials at all if they were not real.
Very obscure information about the product, they tell you what it can do but not really what it’s about.
Here’s an interesting article about how to better tell a scam, 3 Affiliate Scams Not To Fall For When Promoting Clickbank Products Online by Codrut Turcanu.

Top 5 Clickbank product reviews

Okay, you have heard my overall opinion about these products. Let’s check what kind of third-party reviews you can find for them.

1. The Venus Factor; all the top 5 reviews tells you to buy with affiliate link. There is also Facebook page with 3 testimonials videos from females claiming they have used and benefited from the Venus Factor.

Video testimonial

2. Fat Diminisher is not different from The Venus Factor except you don’t have as much video testimonials.

Fat Disminisher download

3. ED Protocol is the same. It’s reviews has a lot of titles such as “Does it really work? Is it a scam?”.

I did find a YouTube video that sounds decent, the guy claims he didn’t use the product but has asked for reviews about it and others are saying it’s quite good and you can find these reviews in his the link under his video…

I clicked on it and was directly directed to the Ed Protocol sales page. The site that he runs called Pathway of Health is mostly white and the standard pages like Contact, Privacy Policy were still under construction.

ED Protocol review

4. Language of Desire, same with a lot of promotions. You gotta say these are some very good affiliate marketers on Clickbank! I did found an interesting review with screenshots that goes more in depth into what the program is about and what you will get from it.

5. Diabetes Destroyer same with domains such as to help rank in Google.

Wrapping it up

All in all, the credibility of these products are very frail as their reviews are heavily advertised in nature. If you have some decent experience you will quickly realize that these were written by affiliate marketers whom more than likely haven’t touched the product and were simply looking for commission sales.

That means you still can’t be sure about the quality of their quality except the fact that they have phony looking sales page with a lack of information on the product itself and biased reviews.

And don’t get me wrong, being an affiliate marketer is not bad at all. It all depends on how you go at it. There are great people out there who were genuine about their product recommendations. (I will be sure to make something like a top 10 list of great internet marketers soon.)


Some experts mentions you can find gems on Clickbank. I have yet to see any and my searches has landed me on pages like the ones above.
To be honest, the best product I have found would arguably be the CB Passive Income, because Paric Chan was at least clear about what he has to offer and mentions it not an overnight money making machine.

In the end, I think the question is not if you should promote a product from Clickbank but what kind of product you should promote.

And the answer is simple, promote the best.

Find products first then find their affiliate program, not the other way around. Who knows it could end up being a Clickbank products.

An important thing to really be a high ranked affiliate is to only recommend products you have used yourself, the kind you would recommend to your friends.

This is why it’s important to choose a niche that you like so you would enjoy talking about and give the best recommendation based on your personal experience. This will create faithful and trusting audiences, the thing you need to become an authority on the internet and everywhere else.

Know that if you just try to rip off money from others, they will sooner or later realize and avoid your offers.

On the other hand, if you plan or have a product to sell, Clickbank is a good platform for you to meet effective affiliate marketers able to put your products out there… and you don’t have to pay them! (Well, you don’t have to put money on the table, they are just gonna take some of your sales revenue.)

As mentioned above Clickbank is very reliable and in itself, it’s a great site so it would be nice to see better products offers.

That’s it for now, I hope this post gave you good insights about Clickbank, it’s products and gave you the answer you were looking for.

Don’t hesitate to leave me a comment if you if you have any suggestions or comments. I will reply as soon as possible.

Anh Nguyen is a blogger and minimalist who's crazy about design and content quality. Learn more about him here, or connect with him on Twitter.

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  1. JP

    Thanks for the review… It looks like you’ve done some great research on this platform. It looks like something to dabble in for sure in the future once I get thing started and stuff. I know that you said you can start and don’t have to sell your own digital product, but can you creat your own digital product? Thanks!

    • Anh Nguyen

      Of course, you can create your own products, JP. If you are not too technie, you can always hire someone from Fiverr or PeoplePerHour to do it for you.

  2. Jovo

    Hi, thank you for such an honest reviews. I have heard various stories about CB, and have heard about possibly huge commission, but this is in fact a red flag for me.

    I understand completely what you are saying, how to promote something which you do not believe in. I have never tried Clickbank and, frankly, after reading this text carefully, I think I have lost any desire to do so. Many thanks indeed.

    • Anh Nguyen

      Jovo, aww, I’m glad you learnt something new from the post. It’s certainly can be a red flag when someone is willing to pay you 50% of the price. However, there are great companies like BlueHost willing to pay almost 20 times commission price compared to their product. So it does depend on their business strategies as well.

  3. Raquel

    Thank you for this review. You helped clarify a lot of things about Clickbank. I know Affilorama has some sort of bias for Clickbank, but when I went over it, couldn’t really find good products for my niche. Commission may be high but if you will sacrifice your credibility for it, that’s not good. Completely agree about looking for the products first then the affiliate program next.

    • Anh Nguyen

      Yes, Raquel. I just believe that work ethics is just as important as making money.

  4. roamy

    Hello there,

    As a new website owner l heard about Clickbank products and thought this will be great to sell on my site and make some money.

    Bur since l do not have enough traffic on my site, maybe i should wait before applying to Clickbank products.

    After reading your review, it is clear to me that l do not want to promote Clickbank products, my website is about travel so it is not the right place to promote digital products, I will not be able to succeed.

    That said, I like your review, has helped me understand Clickbank products and promoting them much more than before. Enjoyed reading your post and have bookmarked your site.

    • Anh Nguyen

      I am glad you learned new things about ClickBank. I know when I started out and was recommended there, it was hard to refuse the affiliate offers but the products there were just not of quality. In the end, it’s not the commission rate, but the quality of the product and how much I trust it that matters to me.

  5. Riaz Shah

    Morning Anh,

    I love your post on ClikcBank, I was never that good with affiliate marketing their products and I’ve always wondered how does anyone succeed in this.

    I’ve seen a lot of people getting success from ClickBank and I was curious to join too but I never made a dime. I guess it comes down to which product is selling the best too if I were to succeed in this.

    • Anh Nguyen

      Great point, Riaz. I’ve found that ClickBank used to be a much more successful affiliate marketplace before when we are still new to these landing pages and big promises.

  6. Chuck

    I think that Clickbank can be effective but one must start with the premise of helping the buyer. It should be a product that we get excited about – preferably passionate. I think that we need start with a blog with great content about the product. For example, if it is a diet program we need lots of content about dieting.
    Also, building a mailing list with very helpful content will build trust and eventually make readers want to buy.
    Have you tried follow up marketing with a list?

    • Anh Nguyen

      Definitively agreed with you, Chuck. It’s not about where the products are but do you like it and truthfully recommend it is the question.

      I have not tried follow up marketing with a list actually as I am just getting to build my list at the moment, I’d keep this in mind and write about it when I have more experience. 🙂

  7. Jack

    Hey There

    Great article by the way, I love how your personality shines through your content, not easy to do but you nailed it, good job

    I find most of ClickBank products very scammy especaily the ones that iinvolve making money, are they just not monitored ? Like do ClickBank just not check the products?

    One of my friends was trying to find info on this yesterday, I will share this article with her she will be happy.

    Thank you

    ~ Jack

    • Anh Nguyen

      Hi Jack,

      ClickBank products all have a strict 60 days money back guarantee, that doesn’t help the products to come out in low quality with complicated upsells though.

  8. Vitaliy

    You’ll find a lot of bad products in Clickbank, but there are still very good ones still available in just about most of the popular topics. I have promoted several in weight loss niches.

    I even purchased a number of them to test them out for personal problems I had.

    • Anh Nguyen

      That’s great to hear, Vitaliy. 🙂 I would love to hear you talk about some nice products on ClickBank, it’s seems you have more experience than I do on the topic.

  9. Saiful

    Hi Anh, I stumbled upon your website trying searching for advantages if I want to promote affiliate within Clickbank.
    It is true we have to find good product first in the Clickbank before decided to put it for advertise in my website. They don’t seem to have good product much.
    I don’t want my visitor to mark my website as scammy website for promoting scammy product.
    Now I have more information about this thanks to you.

    • Anh Nguyen

      I am glad Saiful. Promoting ClickBank products has been rather lucrative and made quite a few millionaires in it’s early days, and it may still work now but I don’t think it’s the right way to do business. Cheers!

  10. Bryan


    Thank you for this very informative review on Clickbank products. As I am fairly new to the IM world, I haven’t yet utilized Clickbank at all. It looks like you’ve definitely done some research here, and I will be sure to tread lightly when I begin thinking about which affiliate programs are worth my time.

    This page will be great for me to reference in the future, Great job!


    • Anh Nguyen

      Nice to meet you Bryan. I am thrilled to be abke to offer you information on your journey. I think getting to know ClickBank is not bad, it’s just not a place with many high quality products. Cheers!

  11. Lynne

    Thank you for a great explanation of Clickbank. I am about to start monetizing my blogs and have not yet chosen what companies to start using.
    I love the tip you shared on looking for a product that I believe in first and then finding the affiliate company instead of searching a company like Clickbank trying to see what I can promote. This makes a lot of sense to me.
    I have heard very mixed reviews about Clickbank, some people raving about it as being the best and others saying they are terrible.

    • Anh Nguyen

      Hi Lynne, I am glad I an help you with some information. ClickBank is a marketplace that is known to make a few super affiliate so it’s not that you can’t make money from it… it’s just that their product quality is quite questionable.

  12. Chris

    Oh thanks for this – Clickbank can be a really tricky customer at times. I don’t like the way they hold your money then gradually take a cut away on the months you fail to sell anything – seems a bit dubious to me ( and dishonest! ).
    You’ve really done a good job of covering the top products here – going to look into them this afternoon!

    • Anh Nguyen

      Hi Chris, I didn’t know ClickBank does that. I hope you’ve learnt some new things on your research. All the best!

  13. Fidel

    This is a thorough review on how affiliate marketing is done. I have really learnt a lot from this post But I will like to find out if ClickBank is the only place I can get products to promote online or are there other similar places I can look at as well?

    • Anh Nguyen

      Hi Fidel,

      There are many other affiliate marketplace. Amazon a a big one, for digital products, I found ShareASale to be a great resource. My advice to to find the products you want to promote first then go to Google and type “product name + affiliate program”. I hope this helps. All the best!

  14. Sarah

    I took one look at Clickbank and how it’s set up worked, read some reviews like this one about it, and decided that it wasn’t for me. It’s so spammy and just unfriendly to the eyes. Sure, many people probably do very well promoting many of the products there. But it’s just not the most reliable when it comes to knowing if you’re promoting a good product all the time. I don’t focus on Amazon products, even though I do have some I affiliate with, but I trust Amazon and their reputation. So I try to focus on individual affiliate programs through specific products and companies that I like.

    • Anh Nguyen

      Hi Sarah, I like your approach to affiliate marketing and all the best in your ventures!

  15. Hi Anh, what a really useful post. I’ve joined Clickbank but haven’t gone any further with it yet. It just seems a bit complicated to get started with but I guess one affiliate programme is similar to another one so I just need to have a look around the site a bit more. I love your honesty about the products (and the not so good products) and Clickbank as a company, are a good company to join. How long have you been with Clickbank? Do you use any other affiliate sites?


    • Anh Nguyen

      Helo Sammi, thank you for the kind words. I appreciate it!

      I started using ClickBank over a month ago and stopped 2 weeks in, I believe. I don’t really like the products there and prefers to choose the products I like first before considering to join their affiliate program. I keep an open mind as to what other products ClickBak would have so I think you giving it a try is a neat idea.

      However, I recommend you give a closer look to the products you plan to promote, you want to know as much possible about them an ask yourself “would I use this product myself?” Actually, only promote products you use, all the products on Amazone has an affiliate program so I am sure you have something to offer.

      It does show whether you are promoting just for the money or if you have passion behind your words.

      I hope that helps. All the best!

  16. Marcus

    I think ClickBank has gone downhill. It used to be better than it is now. Also, the make money online niche is where the most scams are. If you look in other topic areas you might find some more genuine products.

    Years ago I used to have a website all about yeast free diets, and I promoted a good yeast free recipe book via ClickBank. I also used to promote a gardening ebook via articles submitted to article directories. That sold reasonably well I seem to remember.

    I think the problem is that because there are a lot of scams on ClickBank, it’s hard to know whether they can be trusted. Really they should put their foot down and remove any scams, but of course they won’t because they get too much money from them.

    I think it’s better to be an affiliate of Amazon or eBay. What do you think?

    • Anh Nguyen

      Yes, Marcus.

      The make money online as well as the lose weight niche has a lot of programs that are not good or a scam in nature.

      I like how you give your views about how Clickbank used to be. I am rather new to the internet business so I didn’t know about that.

      Marc has pointed out in the comments that good products from Clickbank are likely to setup their own affiliate program after, so that may be one of the cause of ClickBank’s product quality.

      I think Amazon and Ebay offers much more authentic products, but most of them are physical with the exception of ebooks. For an affiliate digital product marketplace, I have found ShareASale to be note-worthy.

      This is not my approach to affiliate marketing however. I would find affiliate programs of products I am using and like, to promote them instead of searching in retailers, as mentioned in my post.

  17. George

    Hi Anh,

    Your review answered a lot of questions and shed some light on many aspects concerning Clickbank.

    I know there are people who are actually earning from their products, but as you indicate in your article, product choice is too similar or too generic. Maybe over saturated even.

    I am not implying scam in any case, but the product quality and benefit seems poor or as suggessted by other commenters here, a bit unclear.

    • Anh Nguyen

      Hi George,

      I see where you are coming from. There are a lot of good affiliate products out there other than Clickbank, although they are not grouped in a single affiliate marketplace.

      I have checked ShareASale and thinks it offers more quality products, if you search for retailers like Clickbank, I suggest you check that out.

  18. Todd

    I agree a little bit with your conclusion to be honest. I have used Clickbank before, and I have never really had much success with it. I also think it’s really important to find the product first, before the affiliate program. No point just promoting rubbish products from an easy to use website. I’d rather promote a great product, which takes a little more effort to set up.

    • Anh Nguyen

      Very nicely said, Todd. Keep promoting bad products under your name can back stab you later. And personally, I can’t sleep well at night if I am doing something bad. Cheers!

  19. Kush1000

    You created a great site! One of the best designs i have ever seen. Looks trust worthy and explains nicely about money making strategies. I have no other comment, what theme is this? Very nice font, layout and quality content… great, great site. I’m thinking about promoting Clickbank products too.


    • Anh Nguyen

      That’s very nice of you to say that! I thrive to give the best contents I can. I mean I thrive to building a lucrative site while offering my best to the viewers, I see a lot of webmasters or affiliate marketers forget that important aspect. It’s unfortunate.

      I am using a theme called Rara Clean, I believe.

      About Clickbank, I don’t recommend searching products there.

  20. Shonicka

    Awesome review, you said everything that I have been frustrated with over the last 6 months. I don’t like the sales page that don’t really tell you anything. I would be more inclined to purchase something if you give real facts not “this one food will help you lose weight”. I would not recommend going into affiliate marketing if you’re not willing to try a product before promoting. That’s my struggle with affiliate marketing if I don’t believe it, I can’t promote it.

    • Anh Nguyen

      I get you completely Shonicka, real like how you said you said not to join affiliate marketing if you are not willing to test the products.


  21. Leo

    Hi Anh,

    Your review is so comprehensive as much as Clickbank is. I really appreciate your persistence and diligence to sell products that are affiliated with Clickbank.

    The title itself is controversial, is it really worth our time, I don’t know, maybe I need more learning with Clickbank. I haven’t paid attention that much. Maybe it’s worth a try and have a thorough look at what I can do in the near future.

    Thanks for this article, it helps me look at it again.

    • Anh Nguyen

      Nice to meet you, Leo.

      It’s my pleasure to help. About Clickbank, I think it’s an interesting platform that worth a look if you are into affiliate marketing because it’s one of the most renowned marketplace.

      Although I’d said its’ products bleeds a lot in quality and I don’t recommend you search through them to find a good one, that would take a lot of times.

      Instead search for affiliate programs via Google.


  22. Tasos Perte Tzortzis

    Hello Anh, I would like to state my own experience. I have been using Clickbank for quite some time but I am not satisfied with the quality of their products. Especially in the E-business and E-marketing category. Additionally the employment, the business and the education categories are my recent topics of research. But yet I am not very glad with what there is inside. The prices of the products are very logical but I do not think that I will be promoting many of their offers. There are a lot of refunds requests and although Clickbank is proceeding them with success that is not quite enough. We need more qualitative products.

    As you very well said , who wants unsatisfied customers. This way as affiliate marketers we will lose our status, people will easily ignore us.

    This situation is very bad, this network is a very old and the reputation they have built over the years is vanishing in the ocean of these online frauds. I wish they will re-evaluate their policies before it is too late.

    Thank you for these detailed insights, very helpful article.

    • Anh Nguyen

      Tasos, very insightful comment you have there.

      I understand what you mean completely, even if Clickbank’s service is exquisite and their refunds are reliable, the importance still lays in the product quality which is bleeding.

      Let’s say the product offers valuable contents, I’d prefer them looking genuine and not with all the excessive promotional methods and solo sales page. I don’t see myself promoting any product being with sites like that. I agree with you that Clickbank will benefit more if they became more selective in their policies.

      In the mean time, as an affiliate marketer, I suggest you search for affiliate programs straight from Google after finding decent products you wish to promote.


  23. Sarah

    What a great post. It is really important to believe in the products we recommend and not just sell things to people that don’t want or need it.

    I always only recommend things I have tried myself.

    It can be hard finding a great product sometimes, but it is worth the effort.

    Thanks for reminding me of the most important thing again and sharing this info. 🙂

    • Anh Nguyen

      Hello Sarah,

      I think some important things are worth reminding. And I am glad to hear that’s what you do, it’s by working like that that you find satisfaction while giving real values to your audience (just can’t beat my morals on this, heh).

  24. I really like how you talked about the “scammy” products that are often listed. Whenever I land on a page like that, it just makes me angry. I mean really: how many people actually fall for that stuff? It must be enough to justify these websites still being a thing. And an exit pop up, whether it’s on a legit website or not, just screams spam to me. Also, in terms of the CB Passive Income website, it really stinks that websites like that exist, because it just generally creates a feeling of distrust from consumers when they visit a new website. Thanks for the great article!

    • Anh Nguyen

      Nice to meet you Darrien, you seem to have a very strong dislike towards scams. I agree with you on all points and sometimes I get confused too how someone would fall for bad products with extensive promotional methods.

      My take is that these products targets desperate niches, like losing weights, having sexual appeals or curing erectile dysfunction. The people who want to solve their problems so much they are willing to give almost anything a try. It’s a little bit sad.

  25. Melanie Townsend

    I have never tried to promote Clickbank products before and I have never been on their website. I would not want to promote any of the products you reviewed in this post. Maybe upon doing more research I would find something I would be interested in promoting. I will have to take a look at the Clickbank website in the future. Thank you for the information!

    • Anh Nguyen

      Nice to meet you, Melanie.

      Clickbank is the one of the largest affiliate marketplace on the internet. And although their products aren’t that great in terms of quality, they offer exquisite service paying on-time and always offer a 60 days money bback guarantee.

      I suggest if you want to become an affiliate marketer to check it out for reference’s sake.

  26. Marc

    Good review if Clickbank products are worth the time. You can find good products on Clickbank but they are few and far between. The thing you need to remember is many new good products get their start on Clickbank then move and create their own affiliate program. Then they are no longer on Clickbank.


    • Anh Nguyen

      Thank you Marc.

      As mentioned in my article, I think it’s better to choose a product first before searching for their affiliate program as opposed to trying to find a good product on a certain retailer site. Noting that Clickbank products’ quality is not the best.

      I appreciate your information about good products starting from Clickbank before creating their own programs.


  27. Thanks! This was really helpful. As a newbie to affiliate marketing, I feel a little overwhelmed with all of the terms, services, and how to connect all the dots. I especially like how you discuss scams, and how to identify them. Great post!

    • My pleasure, Neva.
      I understand it could be pretty hard to start learning about making money online from scratch… not having anyone around, not sure how to get started or how to get things rolling… it’s very overwhelming!
      As we all know in the internet business, there are a lot of bad and scam products to top it off.

      Although this is more of an overall Clickbank products review, I still want to give some ideas about how to identify scam products.
      As a starter, I recommend you attend some conferences or seminar of expert internet marketers… I attended a seminar by Ewen Chia and it has helped me a lot. I don’t agree with all of Ewen’s points but he gave me the much needed push to thrive forward.

      Then keep researching everyday, go to blogs like Pat Flynn‘s. It’s a good idea to join an online course about affiliate marketing (just one and focus on it) as well but beware… look up reviews and check the program throughout before you join.

      All the best!

  28. Val

    Hi Anh,
    Thanks for a very in-depth review to the Clickbank products. I have several products that I sell for Clickbank but they happen to be products that I currently use or have used, so I have personal experience with them. It is difficult going through the entire list of products that Clickbank has and it is even harder to tell how good or bad the quality of the product is by just looking at the description. I agree that you should use the product first before trying to sell it. Do you use any other company to sell affiliate products for? Thanks for a great article.

    • Anh Nguyen

      Hello Val,

      That’s great to hear you find good products on Clickbank and also use them. Would you like to share with me what they are?

      At the moment, I’m not an affiliate for any marketplace, or retailer. As mentioned in my post, I find affiliate programs after choosing the products by searching for on Google.

      I will be very glad if my post beneficial to you in any way. All the best.