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Hey all,

I have a site which sells around 20-30 products. The question I have is, if I wanted to get affiliates promoting my entire site? I dont want to list every single product on clickbank under
1.vendor.pay.clickbank.net
2.vendor.pay.clickbank.net
3.vendor.pay.clickbank.net



and so on..


I just want people to promote the entire site in general, how do I do this?


Thanks
  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Hi Trixxie

    Here are a couple of examples of sites doing exactly what you ask, using the Rapid Action Profits script:

    Sales page: Video Marketing Products

    Affiliate page: Video Marketing Affiliates


    and..

    Sales page: Let Our WACKY Wednesday Sale Be Your Weekly Stop

    Affiliate page: Welcome Affiliates | WackyWednesdaySale.com



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  • Profile picture of the author globalpro
    Hi,

    To add to what Frank is saying, with RAP you can set up as many products as you want (have one client with over 2000 on one site) and set your main page as a 'catalog' or online shop.

    Very convenient and with the right products, very profitable.

    Thanks,

    John
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  • Profile picture of the author Trixxie12
    thanks all for the replies, but I took a look at those sites, and RAP. I'm a little confused, maybe I didn't explain it to you properly but I want to know which affiliate marketing website will allow me to sell multiple products excactly how I mentioned in my previous post.

    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
      Hi Trixxie

      Originally Posted by Trixxie12 View Post

      I want to know which affiliate marketing website will allow me to sell multiple products excactly how I mentioned in my previous post.
      So, as I understand it, you already have a site offering multiple digital products and you want to know how to have affiliates promote these without your needing to list each product individually on Clickbank?

      If that's the case, the reason I (and John) suggested RAP was because it is a simple way to manage the administration of affiliate payments, so you wouldn't need to use Clickbank. You'd just set your site up like the ones in the examples I posted previously.

      If you wanted a third party site to handle all your affiliate payments, as far as I'm aware, you'd be required to list your products individually - but maybe someone else knows of a way around this.

      I know there are several products which give you a pre-made site already populated with CB and/or Paydotcom products. It might be possible to purchase such a system and add your own products to the pre-made site, so you'd effectively have what you wanted. But you may be required to sacrifice a degree of flexibility and choice in how you want to run your business.

      Personally, I'd stick with controlling all aspects of your business and look at a system such as RAP, but, of course, that's your call.

      Good luck with whatever way you decide to go.


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  • Profile picture of the author waken
    Do you mean there will be more than 1 product on your homepage?
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  • Profile picture of the author Trixxie12
    It's more of a shopping site, a bit like where you go to buy clothes, but it's selling PDF ebooks instead of clothes.
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