How to add affiliate links

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Hi there,

Ok, I've launched a viral movie. (Well here's to hoping it goes viral)

Here's my question. As I work to market it, and ask others to promote for me, I would like to attach affiliate links for when I begin monetizing.

I know that with a service like - I can get affiliate links - but my affiliate will have to go through the paydotcom signup process.

Does anyone know how I can offer affiliate links without forcing an affiliate through a sign up process? Or is that the only way?

#internet marketing #add #affiliate #links
  • Profile picture of the author MoaddinFM
    yes, it is.

    How would your affiliate be able to track his traffic and conversions without signing up somewhere?

  • Profile picture of the author peteinoz
    hey... first up.. man you need to make that video load a LOT faster

    Ive got a fast connection and it took over 1 whole min to load

    most people would have clicked off by then




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