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personal Amazon affiliate - are you allowed.?

 
TonfaGuy
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on 01/27/2013

Hi everyone,

I know there are Amazon, AllPoster and Zazzle modules.

But, if you are a personal affiliate of these or any other affiliate program, is it allowed to add your own code to promote the products..???

Will it be frowned upon or even effect your ranking.?

Thanks.

dustytoes
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on 01/27/2013

I suggest you read the FAQ's page.  Info on signing up for the affiliates is listed there for each one.


chefkeem
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on 01/27/2013

It's simple: we are a revenu-sharing site. We've put a lot of time and money into the development and maintenance of Wizzley, so we and our authors have a truly great opportunity to make money.

Why in the world would anyone try to deny us our share?  Undecided


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
humagaia
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on 01/28/2013

The straightforward answer is:

All of your affiliate links are personal and you sign up (and get paid separately) to each of them (Amazon, AllPosters, Zazzle, Adsense, Chikita) except Viglink, which you sign up to through Wizzley (even if you already have an affiliate account with them) but get paid by Viglink.

I assume from your question that you have found where to place your affiliate links.

Wizzley earns their money by placing their affiliate account numbers in the links to those sites in a proportional manner. Your aff details are placed on the remainder of the links going to the sites. When you first start the proportions / ratio is 40:60, then 50:50, 55:45, 60:40 in your favour as the number of your articles increases.

Basically, just add your affiliate numbers in the places required; write some articles; sit back and hope they make money.


TonfaGuy
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on 01/28/2013

I totally agree with you there Chefkeem - I think you have developed a very good, friendly and positive platform for writers.

One of the best I have come across actually..

I like the "rules" you have in place.

To be more specific about my question;

I sell a couple of products that are not included in the sales modules and would like to include them along with the normal Amazon etc. but I'm not sure if it's OK to add them within a page ?

Thanks.

 

lobobrandon
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on 01/28/2013

What do you mean by you sell a couple of products that aren't included in the sales modules? Why not just add the ASIN/ISBN code?


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humagaia
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on 01/28/2013

If you mean that you sell products from affiliate programs that are not associated with any of the affiliate schemes here on Wizzley you can do one of three things:

1. Sign up for Viglink and have the link associated through Viglink (they and Wizzley will get cuts of the proceeds)

2. Use the HTML module within the Text capsule to enter the HTML associated with a banner.

3. Use text and hyperlinks as per normal linking to sites.


onetimeuser
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on 01/28/2013

 

lobobrandon: 01/28/2013 - 04:18 AM

What do you mean by you sell a couple of products that aren't included in the sales modules? Why not just add the ASIN/ISBN code?

He means affiliate schemes which are not currently catered for by wizzley modules. 

For example, if he was a netflix affiliate he might want to write about movies and link to netflix using his affiliate ID.

(although bad example, netflix isn't an easy affiliate scheme to be accepted in). 

LindaSmith1
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on 04/25/2015

What about programs that Wizzley does not participate in such as:

Avant links

Share A Sale

Commission Junction

 

Are we allowed to use these programs?


Linda Smith
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