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Anyone sell through PayDotCom?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by mollah, Apr 13, 2009.

  1. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    I'm doing research for some products I may sell (one digital, one physical) and I found PayDotCom. They have a comparison on their site which makes me think they're better than CB (who doesn't even allow physical products, plus I am thinking of pricing it between $300-500 which is more than CB allows anyway). Here's the link: https://paydotcom.com/fees.php

    Does anyone here sell through them? What has been your experience? Is there any negative that isn't listed on their page? Are their affiliates awesome? The entire reason I'm going to use affiliates is because I am a shitty salesman and I know I would make more if I have an affiliate force helping out even if I have to give them some of the sales (commissions).

    Or if there's any other affiliate programs you recommend, feel free to share them.
     
  2. anon7

    anon7 Newbie

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    I use paydotcom for my blog carnival submitter (Xingla Pro). I've never had any problems at all with them. I use Clickbank for other products, but really am beginning to like Paydotcom. Getting paid right away is cool & I don't have to ask when I want the limit raised.

    The only negative I have seen is that I have to pay my affiliates myself. No big deal really. Just push a few buttons in their site. But it's still a step that I have to do, where with Clickbank, it's all automated.

    I also like the pre-generated affiliate sign-up pages and the ability for me to provide affiliate tools such as banner ads, e-mails, etc for my affiliates.

    Some may disagree with me, but my experience with PDC is a good one, and I will likely add more products with them in the future.

    -Anon7
     
  3. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    o rly?

    What happens if you don't?

    My other concern is that doesn't PDC require you to use Paypal? So if you start selling a lot, then if Paypal freezes your account like the like to do, aren't you screwed because a) you can't get the money to pay your affiliates and b) you can't get your money for yourself?