A few days ago, I received a Clickbank Whitelist invitation with the subject line, “You've Been Added to a ClickBank Affiliate Whitelist”.
Receiving a Clickbank whitelist invitation to promote a Clickbank vendor's product means that the vendor doesn't allow just anyone to promote their product. They've searched through successful affiliates on Clickbank and deliberately picked those whom they want to promote their products. If you haven't been whitelisted for that product, you can structure a typical Clickbank affiliate link, but won't be paid for sales that you make.
What I found particularly interesting is that the invitation I received was sent to my English, Spanish and German Clickbank accounts for the Super Affiliate Handbook, although the product being promoted is only available in English. Hmm…weird.
I clicked through the link attached to the email to check the product offering out.
Arriving at a very well-designed, informative landing page, I actually read the entire thing.
But one very big problem stopped me from even considering to promote their product.
Can you, as an affiliate marketer, spot what that ‘one very big problem was'?
If so, leave a comment below and tell me what you think the problem is with this Clickbank product.
I'll post my answer on Friday. 🙂
By the way, although I reviewed the Clickbank vendor's landing page, I did not buy the product, and therefore this is not an endorsement for or a criticism against the actual product being sold on the page. It could be quite useful, I don't know.
You'll have to do your own research.
Granted, the one good thing is that they need abide by Clickbank's refund policy rules, so if you buy it and don't like it, you can get a full refund within 8 weeks of purchase.