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think Ive Found The BEST AFF Management Service

Postby wahmjennie » Wed Oct 26, 2005 12:17 am

think Ive Found The BEST AFF Management Service

But I need your opinions.

tell me what you think about www.PayDotCom.com

It looks really good for a full service affiliate managment solution. The rates are very comparable to ClickBank, and vendor accounts are free

I love that there are no set up fees.

But I'm wondering if anyone else has used this service and has any thing to add positive or negative.

Thanks,
~Jennie
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Postby Lynn Terry » Wed Oct 26, 2005 12:21 pm

I have an account with them, and have been pleased with them so far. I have been promoting products through them, not selling as a merchant - but it is certainly full featured (easier to navigate than ClickBank, too).

This is my referral link, for anyone that would like to support SSWT when opening your free account: http://paydotcom.net/?affiliate=8361 ;)
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Postby Lynn Terry » Fri Oct 28, 2005 2:25 pm

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Marketing With affiliate ID'S

Postby Wally » Fri Mar 03, 2006 8:32 pm

Hey Lynn,

Its been a while since i spoke with you,

But i have a question for you, how do you promote/market your
affiliate programs with those infamous url's. how do you promote them with the search engines.

Thank You,

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Postby Bina Omar » Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:41 am

Hi Jennie,

If I'm not mistaken with PayDotCom you have to pay the affiliates
yourself. Correct me if I'm wrong, Lynn.

Whereas with Clickbank, they will pay your affiliates for you and so
one less headache for you.

I could be wrong. But I could have sworn that's the reason I
switched to another service.
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Re: Marketing With affiliate ID'S

Postby Lynn Terry » Sat Mar 04, 2006 11:56 am

bina_oz wrote:Hi Jennie,

If I'm not mistaken with PayDotCom you have to pay the affiliates
yourself. Correct me if I'm wrong, Lynn.


No, you are correct on that point.


Wally wrote:how do you promote/market your
affiliate programs with those infamous url's. how do you promote them with the search engines.


I dont promote affiliate links in the search engines. I promote pages on my website that contain affiliate links, though - such as review pages, content pages, etc.

I hope that helps - I wasnt entirely sure if I understood your question correctly :)
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You understand the Question

Postby Wally » Sun Mar 05, 2006 3:07 am

Hello Lynn,

You answered my question correctly. I was reading an earlier post from one of your subscibers that has ben botherinf me for some tine.

He asked about affilate marketing and believe it was a clickbank question.
I was under the impression that one promoted clickbank products with
the url's that were given to individual to promote. ...As you know i have
a clickbank account...But when i brought into clickbank promoter who
currently markets clickbank products through his mall at which time you
pay a fee. And thats how i got involved with clickbak...I and many others
brought into his system with promises of things you did not have to do.

The support was not that great...So from November of 2005 i decided to
take a break from the internet...I guess i needed to exhale and clear my
head,,,I popped into your site from time to time and people
were dtill coming here for support and more knowledge of internet marketing...

Okay enough rambling...

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