ClickBank Builder Software and ClickBank Platform

What is ClickBank Builder?

ClickBank Builder is an automation software that integrates directly with ClickBank platform and selected affiliate products.

With a few clicks you can create the entire sales funnel pages, optin pages, or even entire webinar, with your affiliates links strategically placed so when a customer buys a product.

But that’s not all!

You also get automatic professionally written email messages going out, specifically designed to boost the conversions and sales of a ClickBank product and earn fat commissions.

Every template and element can be customized to your taste.

But you don’t have to use the premade landing page templates and preinstalled automated webinars. You can create your own optin and sales funnels along with own webinars. The choice is entirely yours.

Find out more by reading this ClickBank Builder review.

What is ClickBank?

Nowadays on the Internet you may easily find plenty of different information about such popular platform as the ClickBank. This platform is so popular due to the fact that it is easy to start with and to operate. You will get you revenue quite soon. This program is rather helpful in the desire to generate a lot of traffic as well as good commission sales. You may control it manually as well as operate automatically. Some people also use this platform as a search engine.

To tell the truth, this program offers an automated database update system and you can also get your commissions on sales from visitors. The thing is that this platform works even after the visitor has left your site.

The procedure of getting your commissions is quite simple. Normally, you’ll get the percent from your sales, i.e. from the revenue you get every month. But you should take into consideration the fact that your percent depends upon the partner site.

The other thing for you to know is that this platform will pay you through fast venues, so you wouldn’t wait long. This platform is rather convenient also due to the fact that your visitors may use the credit cards. That means that it is not obligatory for them to have a merchant account.

But the main thing is that you may operate the ClickBank platform in different ways. For instance, you may become an affiliate marketer and sell other’s goods. Of course, you may easily sell and promote your own products. When you sell your products you may do it yourself or hire other affiliates. And finally you may promote the ClickBank itself or just its storefront and get your money for this. No matter which way you choose, I’m sure you’ll be satisfied with the revenue you’ll get.

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Innovation in Online Business and Marketing

Innovation is spread across the extended marketing mix, from product through to physical evidence. It could be argued that the people element is the key to marketing innovation as they are the ones who come up with and deliver it. Innovation is a key part of the New Product Development Process (NPD) but isn’t just about creativity and new ideas, it’s about evolving business processes, products and markets which meet untapped customer needs; the key thing here is innovation is not just about product, it’s about processes, manufacturing, communication and timing.

What do I need to consider?

So if innovation is a holistic process, businesses must work in harmony with suppliers, employees, customers and all other key stakeholders to ensure the right idea is invested in and the whole process evolves to deliver the product or service in record time.

Utterback (1994) categorised innovation into 7 groups which should be considered as part of the innovation process:

  • Product – Making changes to the product e.g. moving from CDs to MP4
  • Process – Evolving how products are made and delivered e.g. Online banking
  • Position – Changing the context of the products e.g. Mobiles are now internet browsers too
  • Paradigm – Changing the organisations attitude e.g. More environmentally aware
  • Organisational – Updating how the organisation operates e.g. Growth through franchise
  • Management – Re-engineer business processes e.g. Structure & hierarchy
  • Marketing – Expanding delivery & communication channels e.g. Digital channels

So, innovation is more than a new idea; consider all the other elements above to ensure the right idea is delivered at the right time and adds value at a profit.

 

What Makes a Good Service?

A service is very different to a product; but what makes a good service? To keep it simple I will base this answer on the well researched SERVQUAL model which was developed by Parasuraman in 1985.

There are five key ‘service quality’ elements (RATER):

  1. Responsiveness- Be helpful, friendly and on time (People ‘P’ of the marketing mix)
  2. Assurance- Be courteous and competent (People ‘P’ of the marketing mix)
  3. Tangibles- Make your service ‘tangible’ (Physical evidence ‘P’ of the marketing mix)
  4. Empathy- Understand your customers and give them attention (People ‘P’ of the marketing mix)
  5. Reliability- Deliver what you promise (Processes ‘P’ of the marketing mix)

These seven basic rules will ensure your service succeeds:

  1. Do the little things better than your competitors
  2. Have strong processes and manage the service well (Processes ‘P’ of the marketing mix)
  3. Listen to what your customers want
  4. Invest in your people; they are the ones who deliver it (People ‘P’ of the marketing mix)
  5. ‘Wow’ your customers each time
  6. Look after your customers and care about them
  7. Always monitor your service and look to improve it
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