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 3:14 am on Oct 18, 2001 (gmt 0)

I have a couple of e-products that I might like to create affiliate programs for. Does anyone have a suggestions of sites that I could use to manage my affiliate program? I really do not have a lot of cash to spend.



 3:25 am on Oct 18, 2001 (gmt 0)

I've heard good reports from Clickbank.com


 12:36 pm on Oct 18, 2001 (gmt 0)

I agree with Carl, clickbank would be a good option for online products. Clickbank would give your affiliates some security in being paid, which means they may be more likely to join your program. They already have an affiliate base, and their fees are reasonable, IMO.

Or you could look into the free/low cost affiliate scripts at places like hotscripts.


 1:13 pm on Oct 18, 2001 (gmt 0)

What about clickxchange? You used to be able to do a reasonable CPC setup there.


 1:52 pm on Oct 18, 2001 (gmt 0)

Clickxchange could be another option. I was thinking they were a few hundred to setup, but after a quick look, it seems that has changed. (No setup fee for 30% of affiliate commission.)

They do CPA, CPC, CPS.

One thing I like about clickbank, is they are your CC merchant as well. They only do %sale, though.

nym_fan, what kind of program are you looking for? CPC, %sale? What is the typical product price? That can also make a difference.


 3:21 am on Oct 19, 2001 (gmt 0)

Thanks for the info.
I am looking for a %sale program. I have 3 products which are priced $20-30 dollars.
I have heard about Clickbank. Right now I am using 2Checkout and trying to see if I could do anything with them. I am going to check out some scripts also


 3:24 pm on Oct 19, 2001 (gmt 0)

I just looked into ibill, they are similar to clickbank. Clickbank doesn't have a setup for selling tangible products. iBill does, but doesn't offer the affiliate solution with it. However, either would work if you are selling site subscriptions, downloads, etc. Fees for both are considerably more than 2checkout's rates.

Please let us know what you end up using, and how it works out for you.


 3:19 am on Dec 23, 2001 (gmt 0)

Well it has been a few months now. I want to report that I am using Clickbank. They have been pretty good.

I have also used 2Checkout.com for another site of mine. It appears now that they support third party tracking software-thus to be used for affiliates. They do not have anything written done formally about this, I just found it in the admin area.

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