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jonnyg111 I have a .exe ebook that I would like to sell - a collection of 40 original activities for the mathematics classroom. I would like to find a distributor offering a 50:50 deal. Blish.com only covers US/Canada. Ebookmall don't cover .exe ebooks. Can anyone recommend someone global that takes .exe ebooks?


Posted on: 4:04 pm on October 18, 2006
Storyman Hi JonnyG111,

Welcome to the forum.

A popular affiliate program is ClickBank http://www.clickbank.com/. Activ was designed to be used with ClickBank, so you're already one step ahead of the game.


Posted on: 5:28 pm on October 18, 2006
jonnyg111 I've just visited clickbank and it looks interesting, but I can't find the deal in a nutshell anywhere! $50 start-up, and what percentage from then on? And clickbank decides the price? You seem to surrender a lot of control.

Posted on: 6:28 pm on October 18, 2006
Storyman Hi JonnyG111,

The $50 is a one time fee for a publisher--those selling your ebook don't pay anything.

You set the price for your ebook and the percentage the affiliate member receives. You are in full control.

As for setting up Activ for affiliate marketing on ClickBank you need to review Activ's help file about affiliate marketing.


Posted on: 8:22 pm on October 18, 2006
jonnyg111 So let me guess at what the deal for me might be. I set the price of my ebook at 5 and offer affiliates - 50%? And clickbank take nothing beyond the initial $50? Would this be typical?

Posted on: 8:30 pm on October 18, 2006

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