How to Remove emails from a list that have affiliate purchased, automatically.

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Hey guys,
I'm new to email affiliate marketing and would like to know how I can know which email has purchased the affiliate offer and to remove them from the list so I don't annoy them and lose them because I'm still sending the same offer to them after they purchased.

I would also like to know is there a way to automate it?

Sorry if this question has been asked before I did a search and am having a hard time finding answers. Any ideas is welcome. Thanks.
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  • Create a bonus for the people who buy a product through your affiliate link. When they buy, you get them to send you the receipt. Once you confirm they have purchased through your link, you then send them to a sign up form. They sign up. You deliver the bonus either on a thank you page you redirected them to after sign up, or in the welcome email.
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    • Profile picture of the author SPECJEDI
      Thanks for your interesting Idea but I was hoping if there is an easy way to accomplish this with a tracker or something else.
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      • Originally Posted by SPECJEDI View Post

        Thanks for your interesting Idea but I was hoping if there is an easy way to accomplish this with a tracker or something else.

        Ah, I see what you mean now. My bad. I read the question wrong. Sorry 'bout that.


        The problem is, once they reach the sales page you are an affiliate for, it's out of your hands. You can track the click to the sales page, but how you track the sale depends on whether you can get the product owner to help you out with a special link he/she can track on their end AFTER purchase.


        I'm sure somebody here can give you better guidance than myself since I don't do affiliate marketing anymore. But as far as I know, you would have to contact the seller and get him/her to track the link all the way through to the thank you page after purchase.
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    You could do this, but it would require some custom programming to make happen.

    I promote CPA offers, so the biggest platform would be Cake. So in the affiliate url you have s1=&s2=&s3=, so in s2 you would add s2=emailaddress. The depending on the service you are using they will have a tag to insert the email of the user the message is being sent to into the message. Let's just say it's [[EMAlL]], so you would use s2=[[EMAIL]] in your messages.

    Then you would set up a postback script, so that they sent you the S2 info. Something like...http://somedomain.com/postback?somefieldname=#s2#

    Depending on the platform, it's just a matter of using the correct field in the url to insert the email address and postback to return the email that converted. Pretty much all major platforms have a postback option.

    Then you would need a way to move the email address from List A to List B. I suspect the easiest way would be to build something that uses the API of the email service you are using and you could just automate the process of moving all the addresses.

    The entire process could be all automated to where the platform sends the email to the postback script and it is passed to the API program that would then move the address from list a to list b.

    I have never done this, but have thought about doing it. I just haven't bothered as I'm not sure if it would make a huge difference in my income due to the way that I do things. However, I'm 99.99% sure that it could be fairly easily implemented. I'm not a programmer but have programmers that work for me and just don't see where there would be any big issue.

    The downside to the above it would expose the email address to the affiliate network. If this is a concern, you could create a redirect system that when the link is clicked would take the email address and replace it with an id of some sort. Then the postback system would get the ID instead of the email and you would later need to convert the ID to the email address.

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    • Profile picture of the author SPECJEDI
      Thanks for this idea I'll definitely have a look into it.
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