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chefkeem
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on 06/30/2011

For those of you who use Share-a-sale as affiliate partner...

CrazyForBargains.com (a Share-a-sale vendor) has been my best money maker so far.

Just sayin'...   Wink 


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
kajohu
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on 06/30/2011

Fuzzy bunny slippers.....ahhhhh.   I'm heading off to ShareASale to investigate.


Karen
mandeesears
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on 06/30/2011

thanks Chef. I'm new to Share-a-sale and need all the tips you can dish! LOL


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Christene
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on 06/30/2011

I haven't been as lucky. 
I've been an affiliate for them (CFB) since 2008 and haven't sold a thing.

Thankfully, I have sold for 23 other stores in ShareaSale.


-Christene
spirituality
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on 07/01/2011

I'm signed up for about 20-ish programs on shareasale. Two make me regular sales. This month I made sales at a total of 5 programs. Finding something that works for you is hard.

So I'm very glad with this tip. I noticed at least one product that fits one of my lenses perfectly ;)

Might just stay around Wizzley for tips like this ;)


I'm Spirituality aka Katinka Hesselink. Glimpses into my online marketing story :Marketing Spiritual - online marketing with integrity
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vikksimmons
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on 07/01/2011

Interesting. I never heard of Share-a-sale or have any idea of what they do. 


Christene
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on 07/01/2011

Vikki... ShareaSale is an affiliate marketing network, like Commission Junction, LinkShare, PepperJam, etc.

I do the best with CJ.

 

 


-Christene
Digby_Adams
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on 07/01/2011

I work with hundreds of merchants and find that it's not the network that's important, but the individual merchant. But ultimately I've found any merchant will convert if you can drive enough targeted traffic to them.

Christene
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on 07/01/2011

Oh yes, individual merchants are what's important.

For what I'm interested in promoting, CJ seems to attract the best stores. I have 150+ stores over many different networks though.


-Christene
spirituality
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on 07/02/2011

Unfortunately though - unless you do find the right store, and make regular sales, CJ will kick you out. They kicked me out, which stopped me from signing up with a (for me) minor store just last week. 


I'm Spirituality aka Katinka Hesselink. Glimpses into my online marketing story :Marketing Spiritual - online marketing with integrity
Christene
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on 07/02/2011

This is true. It's the reason I waited so long to join CJ.

When my best selling merchant on SAS switched to CJ I decided to finally give it a try.


-Christene
nightowl
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on 07/02/2011

It happened to me twice before I gained any traction in their network. I called them and they were nice enough to reinstate my account so I wouldn't have to rebuild all the links out there.

Since then I monitor longer periods of inactivity and, if need be, I make a small purchase myself. This is allowed unless the merchant specifically prohibits self-referrals (most don't but be sure to read their terms first). With so many merchants and products it's not hard to find something you can use. It sure beats getting kicked out.


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lakeerieartists
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on 07/02/2011

Interesting.  Didn't know that.  Never been kicked out. 


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Christene
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on 07/02/2011

Paula you just need 1 sale every 6 months.


-Christene
LindaSmith1
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on 02/20/2015

Can we use Share A Sale on Wizzley?


Linda Smith
LindaSmith1
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on 05/03/2015

Thanks for merchant tip!


Linda Smith
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