How to setup Offers from ClickBank on Voluum

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clickbank-logoTo be able to add your first offer you must have a ClickBank and Voluum account. To get your Voluum account go HERE.


What is ClickBank?

It’s one of the biggest, most popular affiliate marketing network on the net. If you dive into it you can find all sorts of products for all sorts of niches, price ranges are also vast. They have an amazing selection of products to promote with high commissions. ClickBank is extremely reliable with their on time payments. One of the best things is that anyone can join ClickBank as an affiliate because it’s free. One of the things that you need to know as a ClickBank affiliate is that you need to use a HOPLINK referral tracking URL to promote ClickBank products. To get a more detail insight about this system visit ClickBank’s support page.

After you have logged in into Voluum you can proceed following the guide below:


Add your new affiliate network



2) Click on the “Affiliate networks” tab

3) Click on “New affiliate network” to begin




1) Set a name for your affiliate network (I named it after ClickBank since we are going to use that network)

2) Check the box “Append click ID to offer URLs”, this will add a {clickid} to the end of your offer URLs

3) Click Save and your new affiliate network will appear in the list


Adding your first offer



1) Click on the “Offers” tab

2) Click on “New offer” button to begin





Note#1 – Input text in the Name field will change depending on the options chosen from the Affiliate network and Country menus.

Note#2 – If you wish to make changes to the fields, you can do so at any given time by clicking the Edit button.

Note#3 – If you want to track conversion it is required to use the {clickid} token in the URL field

Note#4 – All links used in this guide are taken from ClickBank’s official webpage.

1) Insert your desired Name for your offer (it can be anything)

2) Paste your offer URL from your affiliate network, as an example we used:{transaction_id}{clickid}

3) The available URL tokens can be used to pass back information from your affiliate network

4) Country field groups your offers and landers into country groups. If nothing is selected, then “Global” will appear in the Name field

5) Choose your affiliate network from the drop-down menu (in this example: ClickBank)

6) If your affiliate network doesn’t have a payout token or you didn’t add the payout parameter to your postback or pixel URL, check “Manual” and enter your desired price

7) Click Save and your offer will be listed

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iAmAttila is a serial entrepeneur that started performance affiliate marketing in 2008 building and ranking sites. After the google humminbird update made SEO ranking way harder he switched to paid advertising in 2012. Ever since switching to paid ads, he has spent over 8 figures in ad spend promoting a variety of verticals and adapting to new changes and challenges as they come up. on, the blog he shares up to date information, tips and tricks that work and helps readers learn about new affiliate marketing opportunities. When he's not busy working (although he works 12-14 hours each day) he enjoys traveling with his family, playing with his dogs, BBQ, movies and learning new stuff.

7 thoughts on “How to setup Offers from ClickBank on Voluum”

  1. Thanks for the writeup, but what happens with the postback from clickbank to voluum? Is it possible to set this up, like it is for CPV Lab?

  2. Note that it appears that clickbank reformat the TID into small letters, so if your system passes capital and small letters and is case sensitive, you might have a problem importing the conversions.

  3. Hi bro, i have already set a clickbank campaing but the report show me 40 clicks and clickbanks hop only show me 8 click in the offer can you help me? thanks!

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