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  1. #1
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    Alternative to ClickBank
    Hello.

    I am looking for an alternative to ClickBank as a merchant because the price of my product is above their maximum limit of $100 for non-US merchants.

    I am looking for an affiliate network that will;

    1. Handle Payment Processing
    2. Handle Affiliate Payments

    ClickBank does both of these things. I'd like to know if any other affiliate networks offer the same features.

    Thanks.

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    Have you looked at Digital River or Shareasale? You'd need your own cart service ... but they have a great affiliate base.
    www.regnow.com & www.shareasale.com
    Ray Thomas
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesignerWiz
    Have you looked at Digital River or Shareasale? You'd need your own cart service ... but they have a great affiliate base.
    www.regnow.com & www.shareasale.com
    I am looking at RegNow and already know about Shareasale. I want to try and avoid the payment processing thing which is why I knocked Shareasale on the head.

    With RegNow, I think you can only sell software which is fine for one of my products, but I may not be able to sell the other through it. They would be the logical alternative to ClickBank though if they sold more than just software, maybe even a step up on ClickBank in some respects.

    Thanks for your reply.

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    Just heard from RegNow that they only require some sort of upload, so it looks like this will fit the bill!

    Cheers,

    Steve

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    PayDotcom.com is a clickbank alternative. Though I know nothing about their practices or viability.

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    Thanks, but Paydotcom doesn't do payment processing.

    I am looking to outsource the whole thing to keep it easy.

    Steve

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    Regnow
    I've been with Regnow since 2004 and they've paid me every month.

    Not long time ago they added epassporte as a payment option.

    They're good for software but have few ebooks.

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    Thanks.

    I went with RegNow in the end, and they can pay you fortnightly if you desire.

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    Good call forex!

    If you need any help with Regnow, you can PM me at any time. I basically know it inside out.

    Cheers!

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    Tell me more about RegNow
    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewR
    Good call forex!

    If you need any help with Regnow, you can PM me at any time. I basically know it inside out.

    Cheers!
    If I sell eBook, is it suitable to use RegNow? Or should I use ClickBank instead?

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    That depends.

    RegNow is more focused on software sales and so are their affiliates.

    I chose RegNow because my prices were above what ClickBank allowed (max $100 for non-US residents). Both sites accept ebooks, but you should also think about your target audience and the type of affiliates you want.

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    Yep, i agree with Forex. If you have a good book you should go with CB first because of their affiliate base.

    However, WHY NOT go with both? You could use the affiliate network from both Regnow & CB. With regnow you'd have to give a pretty big commission to affiliates but i'm sure it will pay off.

    Best of luck with your ebook!

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    You'd have to set up two separate sites if you wanted to use both because RegNow's TOS prohibit you from using more than one affiliate network for the same site. At least, that's my understanding of it.

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