Ebay shocked the internet marketing world when it recently announced that it will no longer allow the sale of digital download products. This move effectively shuts down an income stream for many sellers of eBooks, software, and digital video that relied on the instant download support provided by Ebay.
Many sellers of information products see this as a blessing in disguise as they turn to companies like ClickBank which can also provide a huge stream of cash-in-hand buyers along with the ability to provide instant downloads to their customers.
Sellers on ClickBank have known for years that their products on ClickBank sell for more, and their customers are more loyal than Ebay customers. This is because customers from Ebay are bargain shoppers and like to buy for pennies on the dollar and will rarely pay fair market value, especially for information products.
By using ClickBank’s massive base of built in affiliates, the top sellers on ClickBank make over a million dollars per year just in ClickBank sales. This far exceeds what anyone on Ebay was earning from their digital download auctions.
However, ClickBank does not give us easy access to its 100,000 active affiliates. But there are some quick and easy ways to tap into this sales army with the system used in Scott Stamper’s ClickBank Stampede.
ClickBank Stampede reveals backdoors and loopholes used by top ClickBank sellers. It’s the fastest, easiest and most efficient method of making money with ClickBank.
So if you were a former information product seller on Ebay, don’t agonize. Instead use it as motivation to change your business plan to make even higher profits.
Spencer Johnson sums it up best in his best selling book ‘Who Moved My Cheese?’ – “That’s life! Life moves on. And so should we”.