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Affiliate Script and Payment Options

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by mondmond88, Oct 2, 2009.

  1. mondmond88

    mondmond88 BANNED BANNED

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    I think posting this thread here is more suitable
    LOL

    ok
    I'm intending to sell a product online.
    Sales page and copy writing i can manage.
    But for the payments options, i would actually want to offer my customers two payment options only which is credit card and paypal.
    I'm thinking of using Paypal merchant services as the payment processing option.
    Can i have customers buying using credit card without having to sign up for a paypal account? Meaning it would be standalone type

    Secondly, i would also like to integrate affiliate features in my site.
    Scripts that i found at the moment would be
    iDevDirect, Affiliate Pro, Post Affiliate Pro
    what would you recommend?
    or should i go with selling it thru clickbank,e-junkie, and 1shoppingcart.com?
    cuz it has full integration of selling and also affiliate management

    any other ideas would be much appreciated
     
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  2. mondmond88

    mondmond88 BANNED BANNED

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    bump!
    cant anyone help me?

    1shoppingcart.com?
     
  3. SpamHat

    SpamHat Junior Member Premium Member

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    e-junkie is good for what you want.

    I think the code "CRAFTBOOM" (without quotes) get you a 3 month free trial too.
     
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  4. mondmond88

    mondmond88 BANNED BANNED

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    thanks man!!
    cuz i'll be mainly selling in my country only
    so wasn't that sure if using clickbank CJ was relevant or not.
     
  5. mondmond88

    mondmond88 BANNED BANNED

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    so im intending to sell it using e-junkie
    i think it's much simpler
     
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    Hi, I am not exactly sure as I have not had to use it(usually developing stuff for folks with actual products) but there is a bit of banter about it on their forum. It is apparently part of the app now. I am not sure if you can dump in an affiliate feed yet but it looks like you can do it at the product level.
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  7. SpamHat

    SpamHat Junior Member Premium Member

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    Got that right - some companies, like *PLIMUS* make you jump through hoops just to add a new product to the system :(