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02. Manual: ClickBank RSS Feeds Generator
Posted by Mark Seaman on 25 June 2009 10:27 AM

By RSS Ground service.

ClickBank RSS Feeds Generator

1. First step - Categories.

ClickBank categories


Choose categories you are interested in. You may check-mark several categories. The program will generate RSS feed for each category.

Use "All categories" to search all of them at once.  Also use "Select all" and "Select none" to operate with all categories.


Press "Next" to move to the second step.



2. Second step – Keywords and Clickbank ID

On the second step you enter a list of your keywords, one per line, maximum 10. RSS Ground will generate a separate RSS feed to each keyword and to each category. If you choose 2 categories and specify 2 keywords you will get 4 RSS feeds:

1. Category1Keyword1
2. Category1Keyword2
3. Category2Keyword1
4. Category2Keyword2

Keywords and ClickBank affiliate ID


Exclude keywords - use this option to filter your search results. For example you wish to generate RSS feeds related to Internet marketing, but do not need content related to email marketing, so use email marketing in this option. You may use several exclude keywords comma-separated.

If you are registered with ClickBank you can embed your Affiliate ID into generated feeds. So if someone makes a purchase through your feed you will get a commission. But this option is not required. To sign up to Click Bank affiliate program follow this LINK

Also you have an option of specifying your ClickBank Tracking ID. It allows you to track which affiliate campaigns are works better and receives more clicks. For example you use the same Click Bank link on two different websites and want to know which one brings more conversions. So you use "website1" and "website2" as tracking IDs for your affiliate links. You will be able to see which link with which Tracking ID performs better from the statistics in your Click Bank account.



  Note: you can pre-set all your affiliate IDs in every Feeds Generator so they would be automatically filled in while generating new feeds. To make default settings you need to go to "Account" tab, fill out all needed fields and press "Update settings".


To move back to the first stem use "Previous" button. If are ready to go on press "Next".



3. Final step - Settings

Here you can filters your search results.

Clickbank settings

Billing type – products may be filtered by the payment method: one-time or recurring. All – no matter what the billing type is.

Gravity – a unique calculation by ClickBank that takes into account a number of different affiliates who earned a commission by promoting this product over the past 12 weeks. The higher the gravity the higher the potential number of sales, but also the higher the completion is. Example: high gravity – 1600, low gravity - 0

Commission – the rate of a commission received from each sale. Example: 50

Initial $/sale - This is the average amount that an affiliate earns for each sale of this product. Example: 27

Avg rebill total - This number shows the average amount an affiliate makes on all of the rebilled sales (for the items with recurring billing type only). Example: 125

Items count – maximum number of items per RSS feed


Generate and send to – choose a tool from drop-down menu you wish to transfer your RSS feeds to. It can be RSS feeds to Code Converter, RSS to Twitter Poster, RSS to Wordpress Poster or RSS to Blogger Poster. You may also simply choose to send RSS feeds to "My saves" section to work with them later.

If you choose to send RSS feeds to one of the further tools they will still be automatically saved in "My saves"-"My RSS feeds" section of your RSS Ground account.

Check-mark "Send rss feed(s) to my email" option if you wish to get a copy of your RSS feeds list to your email.

As soon as all settings are done press "Generate" button.


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http://www.rssground.com/compare-memberships

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