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Old 04-06-1999, 05:43 PM   #1
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Default Top 3 programs - Please vote.

For the record why doesn't everyone list their top 3 programs. No discussion, just the 3 you would recommend first.
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Old 04-06-1999, 05:53 PM   #2
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Teknosurf is my number one program, then Value Click. My third would have to go with Trellian Software.

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Old 04-06-1999, 06:18 PM   #3
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No can do

The one's I'd recommend aren't the ones I'm making most money on - because (a) I strongly believe my site is unusual (I concentrate on selling stuff rather than giving away freebies), and (b) I have a special deal with one program.

For the record my top earners are Beyond & Amazon.

I expect most people would do better with ClickTrade, Websponsors, Teknosurf or Utrade all of which are also good for me.

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Old 04-08-1999, 04:09 PM   #4
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My sites are targetted to two very different audiences, one for webmasters and one for everyone, but on the whole I've found some level of success with:

ValueClick
Teknosurf
Uproar (games)
Clicktrade

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Old 04-12-1999, 04:31 PM   #5
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It seems to vary each month, but right now, I'd have to say (besides my own, of course)...

Utrade
Reporting.net (specifically RR Donally)
ClickXchange

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Old 05-04-1999, 12:19 PM   #6
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Hi all.

Can you include your URLs? I'd like to visit your sites.

Denny, I went to reporting.net, and it's secure log-on page, with no links to a general area. What is the home page URL?

Personally, I don't have favorites. Yet. Because I haven't targeted sales on my site. I am impressed with Pulse, Beyond, and belong to Amazon and Barnes & Noble, as well as a couple small affiliates.

One small affiliate through Revenue Avenue reports, in my status reports, "insufficient funds." Is this common? My earnings to date are a few pennies, so I'm not worried. But.

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two more questions:

1) I noticed the attractive Post-It logo ad on this page, and went to its home page. Does "very-cool-stuff" offer an affiliate program?

2) Do affiliate programs pay for referrals to the program itself? E.g., if I were to advertise Amazon's affiliate program, would Amazon pay me for those who sign-up via my link?

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Old 05-04-1999, 01:15 PM   #8
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Hi,

Susan- About the Amazon question- most companies that I am aware of use third party tracking and payment to manage their click/affiliate programs. This also would answer what reporting.net is. They are a third party which tracks clicks and signups, and when payment is due, collects it from their clients, takes a commision, and remails the checks to us. Hope this helps.

Dave

About reporting.net's main page, I dont think they actually have one. You can signup with their programs by visiting their clients pages and look for a link that may somthing like "Affiliate Program".
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