ProductDyno + ClickBank
If you’re ready to integrate ClickBank with ProductDyno, you’ll find the process really simple.
Check out this quick video tutorial for the full instructions:
It’s a good idea to get accounts with several payment processors. If one goes down (and it does happen), you can swap it out with one of your alternatives. That means you can be back up and running in just a couple minutes. But here’s something else…
It’s also a good idea to use multiple payment processors just to see which one converts the best for you. Some of them are branded with trusted names. Some create the order form for you, while others let you customize the form. These sorts of options can have significant impacts on your conversion rate, so it’s worth testing these factors.
You may have noticed ProductDyno lets you use any of a dozen popular payment processors. Here's one for you to consider: ClickBank
ClickBank has been going strong since 1998, and it was one of the original processors that’s designed for those who sell digital goods.
Here are some of ClickBank’s benefits:
- Customers can pay via PayPal or through their own credit card.
- ClickBank handles all the financial transactions, including sending payments to your affiliates and refunds to customers.
- The service includes features such as offering coupons, upsells and downsells, and recurring/subscription payments for membership sites and SaaS.
- The company has a great rep, and is trusted by both affiliates and customers.
One of the downsides of ClickBank is that they tend to have higher fees than other processors. However, these fees are reasonable when you consider they handle the financial end of your business. Just be sure you read their terms so you understand all their fees, when they cut checks, their policies on dormant accounts, and so on.
It’s also a little slower to get started, since the ClickBank staff needs to review your sales page before they approve your product. What’s more, you also need to get special approval to sell higher priced products.