Welcome Clickbooth

I like to give a warm welcome to Clickbooth as a new John Chow dot Com sponsor. Not only has Clickbooth purchased advertising on John Chow dot Com, they ordered a review as well.

Who Is Clickbooth?

Clickbooth is one of the premier affiliate networks on the Internet. They’re well known and well respected. I first met them at the Affiliate Summit West in Las Vegas. I could tell they were one of the bigger networks judging by the size of their booth and the car they were giving away.

While Clickbooth is a big network, they do offer very personal one on one service. Both the company and affiliate managers are easy to reach. They offer updates via their blog, twitter and every publisher has access to Clickbooth 24/7 via AIM, email and phone.

Clickbooth is very selective on who they take on. Every new publisher application is screened and an account manager calls every new publisher before he is accepted. They even confirm your phone number during the application process. This process ensure the quality of the Clickbooth network and allows Clickbooth to offer some of the highest paying affiliate deals in the business.

Payment and Referral Program

Clickbooth has two payment schedules. Net 15 – meaning a check is sent 15 days after the end of the month – is typically the schedule of choice. However, if you meet the minimum requirement of $5,000 per week, you may request Net 7 – meaning a check is sent the Monday after the end of the week. The minimum amount for a Net 15 payout is $50.

Clickbooth has one of the best referral programs in the business. You get $10 for referring a new publisher plus 2% of whatever that publisher makes for life. One time payment plus potential lifetime residue income. Gotta to love that.

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44 thoughts on “Welcome Clickbooth”

  1. tyna says:

    This sounds interesting, but you didn’t say what their requirements are for accepting a new publisher.

    1. Abdul says:

      Yea do they accept publishers with less than 100,000 page views a month?

  2. dcr says:

    Is this for small publishers or just ones that are John Chow sized in traffic?

    1. I love Clickbooth! They sent me a brand new MacBook Air for being one of the top 5 winners in the Webmaster-talk.com merger contest. You guys rock! Love the MacAir, thanks!

      1. Were you a former PC guy?

  3. fas says:

    I am sure its for people with lots of traffic as seen in the quality required while signing up.

  4. Chessmaster says:

    I don’t like the concept of giving my phone number. They could ensure the quality of the Clickbooth network with an email instead as well.

    1. Hugo Santos says:

      well, these companies work like this, it is a way to get more credibility. im with them for more than a year now, and the registration was simple and effective. i got the call quickly.
      don’t be afraid to give you phone number.

    2. You have to give your phone number out to companies that will be sending you money. That’s kind of the way it works with these ad networks.

  5. Geiger says:

    What requirements are there for Clickbooth? Are they the same-old offers or are they unique?

  6. Hugo Santos says:

    i see this sponsorship as an answer to the recent campaigns of market leverage. Im sure that more things from clickbooth will appear soon 😉

  7. Jack says:

    John, if you weren’t before, now you’re officially a whore! Recommending Clickbooth after all the shit they’ve pulled on publishers?! They are scam artists John, I don’t care how much they pay you. You need to be honest with your newbie readers.

    1. Hugo Santos says:

      i have read about that, but honestly i don’t believe in what i have read… i trust CB

  8. matt says:

    hey john, click booth just requested a reviewme review from me as well this weekend…but canceled it today for some reason. kinda sucks since i already started research on it. not sure why they canceled.

  9. blackysky says:

    Clickbooth got so many stories about them…I do not know if they worth a try when you have many great company out there without stories under their belt.

  10. James Wilcox says:

    I have yet to make any money from Clickbooth. I’ve been promoting services through them for over a year and their ads just don’t perform well on my sites for some reason.

    1. I think it depends on the type of readers you get. Like anything I guess you have to just keep playing around until you find something that works for you.

  11. rodel says:

    I’ve been trying to grab an account with them but too bad my site and its traffic just don’t work with them..

  12. amirulcyber says:

    thank you john for a such useful business info.you always my idol. 😛

  13. kahoongchai says:

    I’m not sure is this CB performs well or not, i dont feel well that giving my phone number to them but i still, give it a try.
    Anyone earn big with ClickBooth before ?

  14. That is awesome. But the requirements seem a bit too strict. What about publishers who aren’t from North America.

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  16. Chester Chen says:

    I think I will join this in another 2 to 3 month’s time. Sounds good 😉

  17. Abdul says:

    I’m sorry but I think I just spotted an error in this article “Gotta to love that”!
    That is slang mixed with proper English or a mix of both!

  18. Wade says:

    I am signed up for tons of companies, but I don’t think for CB. Now I am surprised John that you didn’t use an affiliate URL for your visitors to sign up with. Shame on you! lol

  19. Jauhari says:

    Let’s me try this John 😉

  20. PCNews says:

    @ Wade – in pay review you cannot use any affiliate URL

  21. blogfunda says:

    i am thinking that it will take some to signup with it,but yet is good.

  22. fas says:

    I signed up with clickbooth, lets see whether they accept my application.

  23. How the payment??
    Using clickbank?? paypal??? Check??

  24. Viqi French says:

    I just signed up with Clickbank as a merchant. (Yes, I’m now one of those people with a long sales letter as long as your arm.)

    I can vouch that you can definitely earn lots of high commissions on Clickbank.

    I say this because when studying what the other ebook authors have set as their affiliate commission, the best-selling ebooks are the ones that give the biggest commission.

    In most cases, ebook authors who give you over 50% of the profits are peoples favorites to sell. That’s a lot to earn on your side, as an affiliate.

  25. Leo says:

    I thought it said Chickbooth. I have now officially lost interest in this post 😉

  26. Thanks John. I doubt Clickbooth will accept my blog now, but I will definitely try to sign up with them in the future.

  27. Holy crap. 2% for LIFE? Smashing. I’ve never come across another affiliate company that does that. I’m going to have to check them out.

    1. Jen says:

      2% of nothing is nothing. Google “clickbooth sucks” and you will see how often Clickbooth does not pay their publishers.

  28. ASIM says:

    hey i,ll check it out but i think it will be the same affiliate programs like we all get by mail just to be get reviewed campaign niche directories

  29. Yea Clickbooth is rocking ! 😉

  30. Sukandia.com says:

    Thank you John, I will join soon! 😛

  31. Sukandia.com says:

    Thank you John. I will join this network soon!

  32. chetan says:

    I know John that’s an ad network worth a try. But don’t you think they are giving too much for referrals. 😕

  33. Forumistan says:

    Clickbooth rocks!

  34. kahoongchai says:

    anyone get good earning with Clickbooth ya ? :mrgreen:

  35. It sounds good – I would love to know how much people are making from them…

  36. Wade says:

    I haven’t signed up with CB yet. I think I tried but never got an email back. I will have to test them out when I get more time.

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