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Affiliating with Zazzle through Wizzley

 
dustytoes
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on 03/24/2014

The explanation for this at Wizzley says this in the Zazzle FAQ area:

To claim your share of ad impressions, enter your appropriate affiliate ID in your Wizzley account. It will then be substituted in 50-60% of the page impressions of your articles.

And it says this for other affiliate programs.  So does that mean that the more affiliate numbers you provide in the Wizzley account the better the chance of having a page make money, or does Wizzley only consider one affiliate per page?

I'm not even sure I understand my question!  But I originally thought that Wizzley was making something from Zazzle sales - not only the ads on the page. 

 


younghopes
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on 03/24/2014

Even i am unable to understand this


nightowl
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on 03/24/2014

I'm not quite sure I understand the question either, but I'll try to clarify:

We don't share revenue, we share page impressions. That means, in 50-60% of the impressions of any given article (depending on the total number of articles you have), your affiliate IDs will be associated with all the ads on that particular page. Of course, this implies that there are any ads on that page.

Ads  are not just Adsense or Chitika, it also refers to any product links that can be affiliated (i.e. Zazzle, Allposters, Ebay, or anything else affiliated through Viglink). So if you have a page displaying Zazzle products, and a poster, then in 50-60% of the page loads, the links will be affiliated with your ID. But if there's no Allposters ad displayed on that page, then you won't have a chance of earning anything from Allposters on that page, even if you have your affiliate ID filled out in the Settings page. This seems pretty logical, no?

Did I understand your question? Does this make sense?


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dustytoes
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on 03/24/2014

Thank you Anne,

Yes, that makes much more sense to me.  I always have a tough time with this type of thing and even though I've seen it talked about many times it is hard for me to understand.

Your explanation was perfect.

....My second choice was to go back and re-read Jo's book!  Laughing


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