Where can i get a OTO Script?

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Anyone know where i can get a OTO (One Time Offer) script from?

#internet marketing #oto #script
  • Profile picture of the author Tim Franklin
    There are a lot of options, out there, some more expensive than others, some less expensive, Some say they are free.

    I just googled "free OTO script" and got back 593,000 pages.

    The top result, requires, an Opt in, to get the script, you never know what your getting, but it could be worth a try.

    You can also go with the 7 dollar script, or if you want a lot of bang for the buck, you can go with RAP, which is really nice for managing and creating JVs and affiliates.

    If your limited on your budget, then you can either try free, or get the 7 dollar script, to see if that will work for you, it would be the cheapest route for trying out a program without spending a lot of money.

    Hope this was helpful,

    I also found, a tutorial, on creating an OTO, using javascript, useful but not really user friendly, unless you know javascript, (in which case you would probably not be asking this question)

    Google, ( Free OTO script ) and check out the listings.
  • Profile picture of the author Wan Muslim
    I googling, and found this..

    Simple One-Time-Offer script -- Ask Michel Komarov

    Really simple nice step-by-step guide to put up OTO scripts on your page.

    Hope that helps,


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