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Affiliate program suggestion (eCommerce) - eBay, Amazon, etc.

which one?

     
6:54 pm on Jun 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I wanted to find affiliate program for one of my site which will pay by commision. I know about eBay and Amazon affiliate programs, I know that Google is preparing its own, but I wonder are there any other good affiliate program for selling stuff? They should be trustable (always pay).

I have read the library and some post but I haven't find simmilar thread. This seems like a most appropriate folder for this type of question.

8:30 pm on June 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

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There's all kinds of programs out there. It's hard to give a recommendation because that would depend on what's your site about.
8:45 am on June 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

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There's all kinds of programs out there. It's hard to give a recommendation because that would depend on what's your site about.

I need information about affiliate program for sales of various items. I already said that Amazon and eBay are famous ones. But we would like to try more because i.e. Amazon is OK (trustable, although commision is low), but it don't have many items for sale.

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Amazon has probably got more items for sale than any other merchant out there. Like I said, depends on what your site is about. If you're looking for a merchant that sells just about everything, try some of the major networks, CJ, Linkshare or Performics. Plenty of merchants there.
8:35 pm on June 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Like it's been said, it depends on the type of site you have. If your site is like my old site (it was a niche site), then using the CafePress program turned out to be a good option for me because it pays 20%.

The downside was that CP didn't have link building tools.

The upside is that there are third party generator tools now (there's an pretty clunky HTML one and PrestoGifto, which is in beta.)

 

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