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Which affiliate is best to sell an ebook with?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by mollah, Apr 14, 2009.

  1. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    Seems like CB has some limitations, and it also seems like everyone on here can steal CB products. lol.

    If you were going to sell an ebook, which affiliate would you use, and why?

    What safety precautions would you take to make sure no one gets your product without paying for it and it doesn't end up on torrents and rapidshare?
     
  2. shadowfun

    shadowfun Newbie

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    click2sell you can try it . no review
     
  3. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    which one is easiest to get affiliates to help you? I'm a shitty salesman which is why I would like some affiliate help.
     
  4. cliff1114

    cliff1114 Registered Member

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    i know only CB:)
     
  5. DrunkenDuck

    DrunkenDuck Newbie

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    paydotcom.com maybe. It's Mike Filsaime's baby and it's free to join. Hehe. Just my 2 cents.
     
  6. davejug1

    davejug1 Guest

    I wouldn't use a network, their cut is too large, I would get a joint venture set up with 4 different "gurus", they are always looking for fresh money, if your product is good enough they can sell it to their list.

    After you have done that and the sales have tailed off, you have a list of proven buyers. You can get another book produced and sold or you can send them all an email telling them that they can earn a tenner for every customer that purchases using the new affiliate link you provide in the email.

    Make your own rules, don't follow the sheep