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ClickBank Affiliate Program with Random Passwords


 
ocollier Okay, I have just finished creating my ebook. I am allowing the first six chapters to be read for free. I have generated 25 passwords for the book to randomly select so that no one can pass the book along and share.

Now I want to create an affiliate program so that my affiliates can make money in the process giving away my ebook and have their ClickBank ID embedded in the book.

I am familiar with making the rebranding tool work. My problem is, how do I make the affiliate program work with the software generating random passwords and then linking to an outside sales page which then takes you to ClickBank?

Is it possible to create an affiliate program from ClickBank where there are mulitiple passwords being generated?


Posted on: 9:14 pm on January 16, 2003
ocollier One more question. I have gone through the entire forum to see if anyone had asked my question and I could not find anything really close.

How do I set up a ClickBank affiliate ebook, that randomly generates passwords?I am sure in the rebranding tool I create a place for the ClickBank nickname but where?


Posted on: 9:34 pm on January 16, 2003
ocollier Okay, now several hours later, I can answer my own question. I was thinking that with ClickBanks affiliate program you had to hard code a nickname into a link that took you straight to the sales page.

In fact you only need the hoplink to take the person to the website and the cookie will remember and handle the rest.

I tried to make it so hard!


Posted on: 10:19 am on January 17, 2003
EBookCompiler Exactly, you don't need to do anything special.

The instructions atwww.ebookapprentice.com/sell/cbpasswordwork the same whether you have affiliates or not.

That's the magic of Love^H^H^H^H ClickBank cookies


Posted on: 10:27 am on January 18, 2003

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