Don't take that as a green light to rush over to CB. Though you can still make money on Clickbank as I have demonstrated here today, it's not any easier than any other affiliate marketing setup. There's a lot of useless stuff on CB, and if you're not sure what to promote, it can be hard to find exactly what you want. Part of why I don't promote CB products anymore is because many of them are junk and I've never found a good one that's in a niche I'm interested in.

I have experience with Javascript (jQuery, js vanilla,), I’ve been working on some web apps with Javascript, HTML5, CSS3 and MongoDB, I know PHP. Right now I’m working with Javascript but on Mobile Development, Have you ever heard about Titanium SDK?, I’ve developed some apps with that and it really works. I work as Professor in an University but I’m looking for online jobs to get an extra I need. Freelancing is challenging most of the time, that’s what I love the freelancing. I’m willing to participate on online projects to involve with new developments and prove my skills for free.

If you’re looking for great examples of people making good money on ClickBank, check out this post by AuthorityHackers as they detail the strategy they followed to make thousands of dollars on ClickBank every month. Warren Wheeler of AMNinjas also recently wrote case study explaining how he was able to bring a brand new affiliate website from $0 to $300+ per day in less than 3 months with ClickBank. Both of these posts discuss relatively different strategies. I’m actually going to get into both of those strategies as well as my recommended path to follow for beginners (and why I think beginners should follow it).

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