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Clickbooth Setting the Pace for Affiliate Marketing Companies

As many of you can tell, I haven’t been blogging as much lately. One of the main reasons for this is because of [Clickbooth](http://www.clickbooth.com). I have been spending a lot of time on the Clickbooth network because it pays out really well for affiliates.
For those of you who aren’t too familiar with them, think of them as a mix of AzoogleAds and Commission Junction. They have tons of offers and great payouts, which makes it an excellent network.
On a side note, one of the main reasons I am doing this blog post is because a lot of people have been talking trash about them lately, but they are actually a good company. The trash talking started when some affiliate spammers where using the service and did not get paid because they were “breaking the law” as well as Clickbooth’s terms.
As a company owner I would do the same. If I promoted users to spam and to break the laws our government set, what kind of example would I be setting.
Either way, I highly recommend that you guys check out [Clickbooth](http://www.clickbooth.com).

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26 thoughts on “Clickbooth Setting the Pace for Affiliate Marketing Companies

  1. I agree clickbooth is a diamond in the ruff. I love their exclusive offers and ontime payments.

  2. All these affiliate companies get trashed talked about at some time. You just have to read what people write and make up your mind for yourself on these bs forums

  3. Hands down Clickbooth blows away other networks. HUGE Fan. Anything out there thats negative is ridiculous. Ive been doing $15k+ a month with them for years…

  4. Sorry but way too many people who’s opinions I trust have stated that clickbooth hasn’t payed them large payouts they were owed by the company. This conveniently happened after their best month of volume with the company and these aren’t spammers at all but rather legitimate affiliate marketers.
    I would do a google search on ClickBooth and really do your homework before trusting this company. Just a warning to any poor guy who mayb have read this blog and decided to sign up with ClickBooth based on hearing it was a “good company”.

  5. Sorry but way too many people who’s opinions I trust have stated that clickbooth hasn’t payed them large payouts they were owed by the company. This conveniently happened after their best month of volume with the company and these aren’t spammers at all but rather legitimate affiliate marketers.
    I would do a google search on ClickBooth and really do your homework before trusting this company. Just a warning to any poor guy who mayb have read this blog and decided to sign up with ClickBooth based on hearing it was a “good company”.

  6. Sorry about the double post above, your site was very slow and froze up so it didn’t seem to go through the first time so I refreshed. Last piece of advice to anyone reading this blog is to do your own homework before signing up with any company. A quick google search for “clickbooth” will allow you to read tons of information from hundreds of individuals about their dealing with clickbooth so you can make your own informed decisions.

  7. Neil… C’mon man, you are smarter than this.
    “The trash talking started when some affiliate spammers where using the service and did not get paid because they were “breaking the law” as well as Clickbooth’s terms.”
    They don’t pay their bills. That may be the excuse that they try to use, and that they have fed you to feed us, but at the end of the day it is a well established fact that they don’t pay their bills.
    C’mon Neil. You can get better gigs than pimping these guys.

  8. Neil… C’mon man, you are smarter than this.
    “The trash talking started when some affiliate spammers where using the service and did not get paid because they were “breaking the law” as well as Clickbooth’s terms.”
    They don’t pay their bills. That may be the excuse that they try to use, and that they have fed you to feed us, but at the end of the day it is a well established fact that they don’t pay their bills.
    C’mon Neil. You can get better gigs than pimping these guys.

  9. I’ve talked with them, and while I’m not promoting my article much for right now(depending on their future actions) I wish wanted to point out a lot of these people were NOT spamming and were NOT breaking laws. A few I know personally, and many others out there at least claim it.
    Other affiliate networks DO terminate people. But none have as many complaints as Clickbooth. None that I’ve seen anyways.

  10. The bad press on clickbooth is coming from a network of wickedfire members who used illegal tactics to make thousands of dollars and thought that clickbooth would not find out which sources they used to make their money. Another reason why i banned wicked fire from my trusted webmaster forum list, I hate immature admins. dp all the way :D

  11. @Matt: With some people I have no doubt they were using illegit tactics(not illegal, but against TOS). But many appear to have been being legitimate. Some people even posted on your lovely DP saying that they had the lander approved by their AM. Some people who I’ve been in contact with showed me what the “issue” was, and let me tell you it was utter crap. Even with my whitest whitehat on, this stuff did not deserve termination.

  12. hi my name is peter, clickbooth is the best. i have been using it for awhile, so far so good. i just dont know why other would posting negative comments about it.

  13. Good to listen that v can spent time for Clickbooth network because it pays out really well for affiliates.I m not much familiar to this Clickbooth.

  14. @slightlyshadyseo: You seem to be one of the negative users from wickedfire just trashing on clickbooth for whatever your reasons are with no proof of anything, all I see is words from you guys nothing else. To me seems like a waste of time, a true affiliate would move on and start earning again, seems like the wickedfire members are just a bunch of scamming babies trying to persuade the webmaster communities that their scams that got them terminated were “utter crap” and that they shouldn’t be banned for not following the TOS. The true Clickbooth publishers know that clickbooth pays and we are all sticking to them because clickbooth has the highest payouts around!

  15. @jason l: You only keep hearing bad things about clickbooth because all you see is these wickedfire members linking each other’s blogs together to get more power on search engine results for keywords that bad mouth clickbooth, its seems to be their new seo tactic because wickedfire forum is dying and they are all trying to save it with this pink hat seo.

  16. I’ve checked out the link to clickbooth. The frequently asked questions section is a perfect reference for individuals still new to the concept of affiliate marketing.
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