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I'm Not Needy - Just Greedy!


 
auctioneer Just like the subject say, "I'm Greedy!"

How about a 2-tier affiliate program for this ebook compiler? I just can't stomache not making anything off a sale that a downloader of my free ebook makes.

I realize that this may cut into Sunil's cash flow, but unless it is a two-tier arrangement I can't justify allowing someone else getting my share.

Just my $0.02


Posted on: 4:32 pm on October 19, 2002
MartinB -

(Edited by MartinB at 11:54 pm on Oct. 19, 2002)


Posted on: 9:28 pm on October 19, 2002
MartinB -

(Edited by MartinB at 11:53 pm on Oct. 19, 2002)


Posted on: 9:50 pm on October 19, 2002
JohnDodson Could you explain this a little better?  I'm really slow.


Posted on: 3:19 pm on October 20, 2002
auctioneer With a 2-tier affiliate program, a seller (like me) of the product (e-book compiler) gets a commission at a specified rate, and any people that buy the book from me and sells it also generates a 2nd tier commission to me. In a likewise fashion, my affiliate (buyer) gets a commission on his sales and his buyers sales also. This is a pretty standard setup. Any programs beyond 2-tiers are considered multi level marketing (***).
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(Edited by auctioneer at 11:24 pm on Nov. 1, 2002)


Posted on: 4:17 am on November 2, 2002
auctioneer This board censored my abbreviation of muti level marketing. I guess it is a "bad" word here.

Posted on: 4:19 am on November 2, 2002

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