The Anti-Bully Program
The Common Sense Guide for Families

Dear Friend,

Thank you for your interest in promoting The Anti-Bully Program as an affiliate.

On the next pages, you should find everything you need to add an affiliate link on your site to start earning money. There is a certain amount of work on your part to get started, but you can definitely benefit from passive income once the link is posted prominently on your website or sent out to your list.

Follow the step by step guide and you will be in business quickly!

  1. ClickBank Sign Up Instructions
  2. Affiliate HopLink Instructions
  3. Anti-Bully Program Banners
  4. Affiliate Agreement
  5. Anti-Spam Policy & Affiliate Program Earnings Disclaimer

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have any problems with the process. I am not an Internet guru but I will help wherever I can.



Brett Lechtenberg
Author of The Anti-Bully Program

Step 1: ClickBank Sign Up Instructions

ClickBank is the 3rd party company that handles the processing of our credit card transactions as well as the affiliate program tracking. (All commission checks are mailed out directly from ClickBank). In order to promote the The Anti-Bully Program Special Report, you must first become a ClickBank affiliate (it’s Free!).

If you’re not yet signed up at ClickBank, then setting up your free ClickBank account is the very first step. Simply click this ClickBank Sign Up link and a new window will open up that takes you to the signup form.
On the ClickBank sign up page, you can fill in your personal details and pick your own special ClickBank account name (also called a ClickBank “nickname”).
After you’ve set up your ClickBank account, you’re ready to start promoting the e-book through your special affiliate HopLinks. When someone purchases within 60 days after coming through your link, you receive a 75% commission on each sale.


Step 2: Affiliate HopLink Instructions

Once you have signed up at ClickBank for an affiliate account (it’s free, just go back to Step 1 to see the ClickBank Sign Up Instructions), then you are ready to start promoting and marketing the e-book.

Marketing the Anti-Bully Program e-book is simple. All you do is put special links on your webpages or in your newsletters to send traffic to the Anti-Bully Program website to download the free Special Report. These links are called “ClickBank HopLinks” and they are important because this is how ClickBank keeps track of the traffic you send to the Anti-Bully Program website and gives you credit for the e-book sales you generate.

So the next step after you have signed up for your ClickBank account is to understand how to make a HopLink. Make sure that you follow these instructions very carefully.

YOU are responsible for making sure your HopLinks are coded correctly.

Here is how to correctly make your HopLink:

The current standard ClickBank HopLink format is:
sabomnim is the vendor ID name, so that looks like this:

So now, all you have to do is insert YOUR ClickBank affiliate nickname in the place where the xxxxxxx is located.

For example, if your affiliate nickname is johndoe (note: use YOUR nickname, this is just an example!), then the HopLink would look like this:

That’s all there is to it. When someone clicks through YOUR HopLink, they are redirected to and a “cookie” (a small tracking file) is dropped onto the computer of the visitor. This “marks” that visitor as coming from your referral.

ClickBank uses 60 day cookies, so that means if the people you send to purchase that day or if they return any time within the next 60 days, you will get the commission for the sale (currently 75% commission rate on the sale).

I have one last suggestion. If you are using HopLinks on a web page, it is best to use a “DISPLAY URL” of rather than exposing the actual ClickBank HopLink. Tests have shown that when people realize they are “being sold something” on a commission basis (as opposed to simply getting a “recommendation” from an independent 3rd party), the conversion rates may drop, therefore it’s best to “hide” your affiliate HopLink in your HTML code and use as the display link.


Step 3: Anti-Bully Program Banner Ads

If you’d like to add an image banner to your affiliate link, you can do so quite easily. Just choose which banner you’d like to use and enter the code as shown below the image into your webpage. ‘Right click’ to download the image ads.

IMPORTANT: Be sure to put your ClickBank affiliate nickname where the xxxxxxx’s are in the link. Otherwise you will not be credited properly for any sales from your referrals.


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Step 4: Affiliate Agreement

This agreement describes the terms and conditions for participation in the Anti-Bully Program e-book Affiliate Program. In this agreement, the term “Affiliate” refers to you (the applicant). In this agreement, the Anti-Bully Program and/or refers to the product owner and publisher, Brett Lechtenberg.

The Anti-Bully Program affiliate program is administered entirely through a 3rd party affiliate management company called ClickBank (

To enroll in the affiliate program, if they have not done so already, all affiliates must sign up on the ClickBank website. The affiliate program is governed by all rules, regulations, terms and conditions dictated by’s Affiliate Site.

An affiliate account can be created by filling out and submitting the ClickBank affiliate sign up form at On that page, each new affiliate will be asked to choose a ClickBank account name (also called a ClickBank affiliate ‘nickname’), consisting of 5 – 10 letters and digits. This ClickBank nickname will be used in the affiliate HopLink. When a prospective customer clicks on an affiliate’s HopLink the destination website will be

Affiliates will receive 75% of the revenue as a commission from orders placed through properly coded Affiliate links (unless noted otherwise for a particular product), less the charges outlined in the: ClickBank accounting policy page. Commissions may change at the discretion of the product publisher, Commissions may increase during limited time special promotions, but they will return thereafter to the regular 75% commission rate.

For a sale to generate a commission to an Affiliate, the customer must complete the order form and remit full payment for the product ordered through the ClickBank secure order system. Word of mouth referrals will not result in an affiliate commission being generated. Commissions will only be paid on sales that are made when the customer clicks through qualified, correctly structured Affiliate links. Properly coded links are the sole responsibility of the affiliate.

ClickBank will send a check for the applicable commissions within the framework of their payment policies: If any order that generated an affiliate commission is returned by the customer, or if there are any returned checks or charge backs, the amount will be deducted by ClickBank from the next payment due to the affiliate.

Order Fulfillment (via ClickBank) will be solely responsible for processing every e-book order placed by a customer on the Affiliate Site. Affiliates are not authorized to collect payments or sell any products from other websites as a “reseller” and no “resale” rights are granted in ANY way. Affiliates are not authorized to sell any of these products on ebay or other auction sites Affiliates are not authorized to give away copies of any of these products. will also be solely responsible for all customer service inquires. All affiliates understand and acknowledge that no physical products will be shipped. The Anti-Bully Program is a PDF-format e-book, only available through download.

Customers who purchase products and services through the Affiliate Program will be deemed to be customers of Accordingly, all rules, policies, and operating procedures concerning customer orders and service will apply to those customers. We may change our policies and operating procedures at any time. Prices and availability of our products and services may vary from time to time. policies will always determine the price paid by the customer.

Qualifying Sites reserves the right to refuse any site entry into the Affiliate Program based on site content. Sites that do not qualify for the Affiliate Program include sites which:

  • Promote sexually explicit materials Promote violence
  • Promote discrimination based on race, sex, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, or age
  • Promote illegal activities
  • Infringe or otherwise violate any copyright, trademark, or other intellectual property rights.

Step 5: and Anti-Spam Policy

ClickBank and strictly prohibit its affiliates from using spam e-mail and other forms of Internet abuse (including forum spam and blog spam) to seek sales. Spam is defined as including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Electronic mail messages addressed to a recipient with whom the sender does not have an existing business or personal relationship or is not sent at the request of, or with the express consent of, the recipient through an opt in subscription;
  • Messages posted to Usenet, forums and message boards that are off-topic (unrelated to the topic of discussion), cross-posted to unrelated newsgroups, posted in excessive volume, or posted against forum/message board rules. Be conscious of forum rules. If a forum owner or moderator complains that an affiliate has spammed, the affiliate account may be permanently terminated after investigation.
  • Content posted on free blog websites for the sole purpose of keyword spamming, or comments posted to legitimate blogs that violate the comment policy of the blog owner.
  • Solicitations posted to chat rooms, or to groups or individuals via Internet Relay Chat or “Instant Messaging” system (such as ICQ);
  • Certain off-line activities that, while not considered Spam, are similar in nature, including distributing flyers or leaflets on private property or where prohibited by applicable rules, regulations, or laws., in conjunction with may undertake, at its sole discretion and with or without prior notice, the following enforcement actions:

Account Termination: Upon the receipt of a credible complaint, administration may immediately contact to investigate the complaint, and if necessary, will then terminate the affiliate account of the individual implicated in the abuse. Termination results in the immediate closure of the ClickBank account, the loss of all referrals, and the forfeiture of any unpaid money on account. At ClickBank’s discretion, termination may not only result in being banned from the affiliate program, but also being banned from ANY other ClickBank affiliate programs.

If you wish to report a violation of our Anti-Spam Policy, please forward all relevant evidence to our customer service department.
For more information on what spam is, why it is bad, and what can be done about it, visit: The Responsible Internet Commerce Site –
The Mail Abuse Prevention System, LLC –
The Network Abuse Clearinghouse –
The Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email –

Relationship of Parties
Affiliates are independent contractors, and nothing in this Agreement will create any partnership, joint venture, agency, franchise, sales representative, or employment relationship between the parties. Affiliates have no authority to make or accept any offers or representations on our behalf. Affiliates will not make any statement, whether on their sites or otherwise, that reasonably would contradict this statement.

Term and Termination
The term of this Agreement will begin when you accept and will end when terminated by either party. Either or the affiliate may terminate this Agreement at any time, with or without cause, by giving the other party written notice of termination. Upon the termination of this Agreement for any reason, all licenses granted hereunder shall immediately terminate and you will immediately cease use of, and remove from Affiliate’s Web Site, all links to the websites, and all trademarks and logos, other marks and all other materials provided in connection with this program.

Limitation of Liability will not be liable for indirect, special, or consequential damages (or any loss of revenue, profits, expenditures or data) arising in connection with this Agreement or the Program, even if we have been advised of the possibility of such damages. Further, our aggregate liability arising with respect to this Agreement and the Program will not exceed the total commissions paid or payable to the affiliate under to this Agreement.

We make no express or implied warranties or representations with respect to the Affiliate Program or an affiliate’s potential to earn income from the Affiliate Program. In addition, we make no representation that the operation of the websites or the Affiliate links will be uninterrupted or error-free, and will not be liable for the consequences of any interruptions or errors.