Bing Ads + Clickbank – Direct Link Tutorial (in 15 Mins)


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In this video I show the process for setting up a direct linking affiliate campaign to promote Clickbank products (with no website) using Bing Ads.

It's the simplest place for paid traffic affiliate marketers to get started, because it has the fewest moving pieces.

Step 1: Set up Clickmagick

Get a free trial of Clickmagick Below:

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Step 2: Sign Up For Clickbank:

Then set up your tracking links in clickmagick properly to make sure everything is being tracked.

Then you need to choose your product:

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Then you need to create your ads, choose some keywords, set your bids and click a few important buttons inside your bing account.

Then, add something called bing ads tokens inside your bing ads.

This video shows how keywords work, and how to give yourself the best chance for profit from day 1:

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3 comments on “Bing Ads + Clickbank – Direct Link Tutorial (in 15 Mins)

  1. Alan's Wood Shop Ideas Post author

    Thanks Brad! Great info. I’ve been searching for this for a while now.

    I do have a couple of reservations about Teds Plans though. I do a bit of woodworking so I bought TWP and it wasn’t as good as I’d hoped. Firstly, there aren’t 16,000 plans – there would really only be about 2,000 and that’s a good thing because there is no clickable index and finding anything specific in it is difficult. The second thing is the wide difference in the quality and detail of the plans. Some are excellent, a lot are just scanned magazine articles from the ’70s and ’80s. I even found one from the Popular Mechanics “Do-It-Yourself” series published in 1955! I was going to get a refund but then I found one plan I intend to use and I figured it wasn’t ethical to ask for my money back. I’m not saying don’t promote TWP, just know a bit about the product you choose to promote. Cheers and thanks for your help.

    1. Optimus Prime Post author

      This is exactly the reasons I’m not promoting this garbage. A quick search on Google can tell you that so many customers complain about it.

  2. Brad Gudim Post author

    Hey β€œnomad bradβ€œ

    This is #MagicBrad

    I am looking for affiliates to use Bing to sell booth space at a local Minneapolis trade show.


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