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How to open a ClickBank account in Nigeria has been a long-standing problem for a lot of affiliate marketers in Nigeria and other ClickBank banned countries. If you are from one of the Clickbank blacklisted countries, then I’m sure you must have faced one or two difficulties in terms of signing up for Clickbank.
To make matters worse, there are hundreds of articles and guides scattered all over the internet on this subject, but very few of them are actually are well structured to solve this problem. If you are reading this article and you have been for a solution on how to open ClickBank account in Nigeria, then today is your lucky day because I will lead you by the hand, and teach you how to create a fully verified and functional ClickBank account in Nigeria, and this method also works for other ClickBank blacklisted countries if you follow the step by step instructions to the letter.
Before I proceed, I will explain what ClickBank is all about, and why anyone who truly desires to make money online needs to sign up for a Clickbank account.
What is ClickBank?
If you are new to affiliate marketing, ClickBank might sound foreign to you but any experienced affiliate marketer will surely know about Clickbank and the opportunities that come with it. However, for the sake of those who are just starting out with affiliate marketing, I will explain what ClickBank is all about.
Clickbank is the largest online marketplace for physical and digital products. It connects vendors who create products, to affiliate marketers who will promote and sell them. There are thousands of products on the marketplace in every niche you can think of, and you can easily search through the various categories to find a product to promote.
According to Clickbank’s bio on Wikipedia, the platform was founded in 1998 and has over 6 million clients worldwide. Its headquarters is located in San-Diego, California United States Of America, but the sad part is that Clickbank’s membership isn’t open to Nigerian affiliate marketers and other ClickBank restricted countries.
If you’ve been unable to sign up for ClickBank because you are from Nigeria or any of the Clickbank blacklisted countries, not to worry because there is a solution to every problem, and my aim of writing this post is to teach you how to open a ClickBank account in Nigeria, and just so you know, this method also works for other ClickBank blacklisted countries too, and the best part of this is that I’m giving out this information for FREE just like I’ve always done in the past.
If you are an ardent follower of our BLOG, then you must have benefitted in one way or the other from our freebies(Premium WordPress themes & plugins, software, ebooks, etc), and if you are a just starting out on making money online, I will recommend you check out our starter guide on the various ways to earn online and also how to set up a self-hosted blog/website that you can use to promote your Clickbank affiliate products after being successfully opening your account.
Why Choose ClickBank?
A couple of weeks back, one of my students asked me this same question, “Why Click bank and not any other affiliate marketing platform?”
The truth is, there are other cool affiliate marketplace platforms aside ClickBank, but in terms of being unique, ClickBank stands head and shoulders above the rest. The statistics are there for everyone to see. Over the years Clickbank has produced more millionaires than any other affiliate marketplace platform, and they offer different payment alternatives to all approved affiliate promoters with Paypal being the preferred payment method.
Anyone who desires to earn money online needs to have a Paypal account because it is easily the preferred mode of making and receiving payment online, and if you don’t have a Paypal account that can send and receive, you can check out our step by step guide on how to create one here.
Other features that make ClickBank unique from other affiliate marketing platforms include;
- Easy setup process(no need to verify your identity)
- Alternative means of receiving your earned commissions(Payoneer Card & Account).
- Ability to track your earnings with a single affiliate link and lot’s more…
How To Sign Up For ClickBank In Nigeria
We’ve discussed what ClickBank is all about, and why it is the number one affiliate marketplace in the world, and now it’s time for us to learn how to open a ClickBank account in Nigeria or any of the ClickBank banned countries.
To do this, we will be needing the following tools listed below;
- VPN Software(To change your IP Address) or an RDP Server
- Payment Withdrawal Medium(Paypal Or Payoneer)
- An Identity Generator
- An AutoResponder(For Sending Out Email Marketing Campaigns)***This is optional***
- Email Extractor(For Scrapping targeted Leads)***This Is Optional***
Numbers 4 & 5 are optional, and you don’t need them until after your Clickbank account has been created, and I will also like to point out that if you want to sign up for ClickBank from Nigeria or any of the ClickBank blacklisted countries, please avoid USA accounts. This is simply because, for every affiliate marketer registered in the United States, he or she is required to provide a tax ID before they can withdraw their commissions. Instead of opening a US Clickbank account, I will recommend you settle for UK Or German accounts. Please don’t forget this, it is very important.
If you don’t have a Payoneer account yet, you can sign up here and earn a $150 sign up bonus, and if you would like to create a Paypal account that can send and receive, this article here will guide you through the process.
Back to the part that we have all been waiting for, I am pretty sure you can’t wait to get your hands on this valuable piece of information on how to create a Clickbank account in Nigeria or from other ClickBank restricted countries. Before I proceed to let the cat out of the bag, I just want to reaffirm and reassure you that this method works perfectly, and it comes with a hundred percent guarantee.
I understand how difficult it is to work and earn legitimately online as a freelancer and internet entrepreneur in Nigeria, and that’s the major reason why such I will be giving out this information for free to anyone who needs it. To make it easier for you to read and understand, I decided to piece all the information together in an E-book, and you can find the download LINK below, remember it’s free and you have my permission to share with friends and family.