If you are a new user who wants to get started as a ClickBank Affiliate, here is a quick overview of how to navigate from signing up for an account, to accessing the information and functions you will need to begin.
When you log in to your new ClickBank account, you are immediately directed to the Master Account dash. This platform is how you will be able to keep track of combined account reports and navigate to individual sub-accounts.
While many of the features on this page are geared towards ClickBank Vendors, ClickBank Affiliates will find the single login function especially useful if they choose to have individual accounts for different products they wish to promote as they grow in their affiliate role or decide to branch out into becoming a ClickBank Vendor.
However, before that, future affiliates must update their payment information, find products they wish to promote, and connect with vendors. All of these functions occur in the operational section of the ClickBank website group.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to navigate from the Master Account dash to the operational section of your ClickBank account.
Step 1: Log in to your account.
Log in to your ClickBank account using your email address and password.
Step 2: Click on the “Accounts” tab.
Locate the “Accounts” tab on the vertical navigation column that is located on the left side of the screen. Click this tab to be directed to the “Manage Account Nicknames” page.
Step 3: Click on the account you wish to work in.
Each sub-account that you have created will be listed under the “Nickname” header. Located and click on the account you wish to work in.
Clicking the account nickname will open the account operations page a new browser tab where you can add your payment information, search for products to promote, and connect with ClickBank Vendors.
Step 4: Complete account-specific tasks as needed.
Once you are at the account operations page, complete the tasks relevant to the specific sub-account as needed.
ClickTip: Remember, each sub-account has unique payment information, even if they have been linked together in the Master Account function.