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Discussion in 'Making Money' started by jend_sudirman, Nov 18, 2008.

  1. jend_sudirman

    jend_sudirman Junior Member

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    Hi.

    I want to ask several question to you guys about some plans that I have in mind. Please give me your opinion and suggestion. No flame please, I have good intention.

    1. I am an online job agent with w3.sure*jobs*network.c0m. They have 3 tracking link to use: one for promoting their main site, one for job seekers to apply on their site (for free) in order to look for a job and post their resume on the site, and one for employers (they have to pay) who want to list their job openings.

    So my question is: what method / way is best to be used for this kind of affiliate program? I earn money from a portion of job seeker salary after he/she is accepted at the company (the job seekers are informed at the beginning that they will have to pay portion of their salary). Do you guys know whether this kind of program is a scam or not?

    2. I'm planning to buy this site w3.pctv3000.c0m, then I also plan to integrate idevaffiliate on the site to have my own affiliate program, charge $50 for the software (other site charge around $70 to $100 for the software..or so the owner of this site told me. lol.) and then use "almost christmas and new year" discount and cut the price to $40 per software to increase sales. I then planning on a 30:70 commission structure so the affiliates will get $28 per sale. I also planning not to care too much on where or how my affiliates drive traffic (be it white hat, grey hat, or even black hat..but of course no misleading promotion) as long as I get the sales and both three parties (me, affiliates, and buyers) are happy.

    So what's your opinion on my plan? is this niche good or bad? is there a good demand over the software?

    Thank you, guys.
     
  2. jend_sudirman

    jend_sudirman Junior Member

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    umm..guys..need help here.

    thanks.
     
  3. Patrat

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    The job seekers have to pay a portion of their salary! WHAT! Thats a total scam what job seeker in their right mind would do this.

    I am a jobsite affiliate and also have my own site. The usual structure is that you promote the jobs etc and when they hire someone then they pay you a finders fee. Plus they pay you for people signing up and submitting their c.vs and also for employers/businesses signing up.

    I find good conversions when posting jobs on classified ad sites and free job boards. In conjunction with these methods I use email with an autoresponder and automated IRC. Its also best to have your own website with a name that looks legit like a job recruitment site or consultancy. Then some jobsites have API's that you can use.

    I don't know about the affiliate program.
     
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  4. jend_sudirman

    jend_sudirman Junior Member

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    thanks, patrat.

    that's pretty much like it I guess. They pay me a finders fee. Plus they pay me for people signing up and submitting their c.vs and also for employers/businesses signing up. I'm still confused though.

    once again thank you.