View Full Version : Anybody has critics or reviews about affiliate programs?
10-09-2004, 04:16 AM
Currently I just signed up to work with commission juction... anybody has an experience with it for good or bad or has any recommendation about other good affilates?...
10-09-2004, 08:41 AM
Good Evening Proteus,
Just 10 questions for you -
1. Are you a people person?
2. Do you not want any personal contact?
3. Do you like online or offline marketing?
4. Do you have an area of interest or expertise drawing you toward a particular type of business?
5. How much time are you willing to put into it?
6. Do you have an advertising budget?
7. Are you looking for a product? Are you looking to perform a service?
8. For private individuals or B2B or both?
9. If you started with an affiliate today, what would you like to see yourself earning in 6 months to a year?
10. Is this something you'll work alone or with a partner?
I took the time to put these questions to you because I am serious about what I do. I am looking for other serious entrepreneur types such as you. But my efforts in helping you are equally determined by how much effort you will put into helping me help you, by giving me a clue about what your interested in and why. The opportunity I have costs nothing, ever. It will take you time and effort. The financial rewards are great and so is the business and the people who run it. Here's where to start:
I don't know if the business I do will be good for you. I do know it's been good for me since I possessed an interest in this before I entered the business. I've also learned a lot along the way and continue to learn as our world changes.
From The DSL Guy
10-10-2004, 08:04 AM
Thank you for taking the time to post your reply. I'm interested more in reviews and critics of any given affiliate site, rather than an affiliate advertisement itself.
Thank you so much again.
10-20-2004, 12:35 PM
I have just signed up for one for credit card payments, in multi currency, without a Merchant Account. This for me is a valid service that a lot of small start ups want without the restrictions of Paypal or the expense of Bureau sign ups.
Early day's but it only cost me a small amount of space on the site.
How to accept payments seem to be a regular topic on the Statcounter forum so I think there is some synergy here.
11-04-2004, 02:53 PM
I have a cj account for e-bay affiliation but unfortunately it didn't convert to well for me.
I've had quite good results with amazon.
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