Welcome to my review of ClickBank Superstar.
This is a new training program created by John Thornhill that teaches you how to sell your own products on ClickBank. And he’s revealing his secrets with you for just $19.95.
Sounds good, but is it legit, or just another scam?
Let’s take a closer look to find out…
ClickBank Superstar Review
I came across this site (cbsuperstar.com) today via an email somebody sent me.
The sales page is a refreshing change for most ClickBank products I review, because they are normally FULL of misleading hype about making money the “quick and easy” way.
Thankfully John isn’t pitching hype like these guys. So this immediately is a good sign and made me want to learn more about the program.
Anyways, as I mentioned this is a training about selling products on ClickBank.
Which is not a new concept, but John clearly knows what he’s doing and from everything I’ve seen I do believe he’s achieved the level of success he’s claiming.
But that doesn’t mean he’s going to share all of his knowledge with you in this $19.95 course.
In fact, quite often the product creator will show you ‘just enough’ to get you to buy more stuff from them down the road, when you need to learn more to progress with your business.
I guess you wouldn’t expect to learn ‘everything’ for 20 bucks though, right?
In any case, this is a comprehensive training course and ClickBank is definitely a viable way to sell your digital information products.
Not only is this a trusted marketplace, but there are millions of affiliates willing to promote your offers, which means there’s a lot of potential here.
Read on to learn more about how this works in more detail.
How Does ClickBank Superstar Work?
The way ClickBank Superstar works is by teaching you how to get an existing digital product and start selling it on ClickBank. One of the largest digital product marketplaces online.
So this course is definitely for those who already have an existing product.
The main training consists of seven modules that walk you through getting your ClickBank account setup, adding your product and getting your sales funnel in place.
There’s also some advanced training on attracting more affiliates, which is key to making the most amount of sales possible.
Because this is the true power of ClickBank- the affiliates who promote the products. An affiliate is somebody who promotes your products, in return for a commission. Typically these commissions are about 50% on ClickBank.
So if your product costs $47 for example, and an affiliate sends you a paying customer, that affiliate keeps $23.50. You keep $23.50 out of the sale too, minus your ClickBank selling fees.
This is very powerful stuff because (all going well) you could be getting tons of sales from affiliates. The better converting your product/ offer is, and the better you pitch this to affiliates, the more affiliates you will attract and the more money you will make.
What if you don’t already have your own product though?
Well, the first thing you see when you enter the members area is a video asking you to join the ‘product creation workshop’. As if “you should do this before doing anything else”.
This is actually a replay of a webinar that shares some tips on creating your own products, which is useful stuff to know since you will want to be selling more than just one product.
However, the true purpose of the webinar is to pitch you something, because at the end there’s a $1,997 upsell called the ‘Partnership to Success Program’.
So to sum it up real quick..
This training will help you start selling on ClickBank and there’s a lot of useful information here. However, the almost $2k upsell is made to feel ‘essential’ if you want to get everything you need to be successful.
Verdict – Is ClickBank Superstar a Scam?
ClickBank Superstar is NOT a scam.
You get a decent training for $19.95 that shows you what you need to know to start selling your products on ClickBank. Along with some additional tips to attract more affiliates and make more sales.
So this is definitely a legitimate course and one that I believe is worthwhile for those of you who want to start selling your own digital products online.
I can’t say I’m a huge fan of all the upsells I saw, but if you can afford these and they actually help you make more money, good and well.
Whatever you decide, I hope you found this review helpful.
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