Tuesday, April 29, 2008

ClickBank re-opens to Malaysians

Many Malaysian Internet marketers are rejoicing over their good fortune in ClickBank re-opening its doors to Malaysians, just recently, after many years of exclusion.

Founded some ten years ago, ClickBank is the Internet's largest retailer of digital products. From ebooks to software, they offer a wide array of digitally delivered products.

ClickBank is the pioneer in selling digital products over the Internet with more than 100,000 affiliates worldwide. They pride themselves in providing a highly secure and fraud resistant environment for e-commerce.

ClickBank has become the global leader in the sale of digital goods online with more than 10,000 products for sale. It completes about 20,000 orders each day from more than 200 countries around the world. ClickBank.com is consistently ranked as one of the most highly trafficked sites on the Internet. The company is a private entity with offices in Broomfield, Colorado and Boise, Idaho in the US.

Many Internet marketers have made a lot of money by being successful affiliates of ClickBank. So being available to Malaysians will make many newbie Malaysian Internet marketers and gurus alike brimming with joy.

Prior to this, many Malaysians joined this lucrative ClickBank business through the backdoor. They obtained virtual office addresses or borrowed friends' or relatives' addresses in Singapore to join and have their checks sent there.

In fact, I just recently enquired from a relative whether I could use her Singapore address for ClickBank and was about to use that address to join when I heard that ClickBank has re-opened its doors to Malaysians, after many years. What good news. It will be convenient and fun!

If Malaysian marketers have previously signed up using Singapore forwarding addresses, you can now save money and enjoy convenience by changing to your Malaysian addresses. Just login to your ClickBank account and request for change of address.

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2 comments:

Golden Opportunitie$ said...

This is definately a good news for all malaysian who are in online business

Witt said...

Good to hear about this. It's positive news for Malaysian bloggers.