Has Anyone used E-Junkie for a WSO?

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Hey warriors, has anyone used the product delivery/ payment processor EJunkie.com for a wso?
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    I have used it before, and it seemed to work fine for me when I used it. I prefer to use WSO Pro though myself.

    Paul
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    • Profile picture of the author tgfilegal23
      How did you get the button on the wso? I am trying to do it and I copied the code from ejunkie but the image doesn't show in preview.
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      • Profile picture of the author David Lamb
        Originally Posted by tgfilegal23 View Post

        How did you get the button on the wso? I am trying to do it and I copied the code from ejunkie but the image doesn't show in preview.

        HTML Code:
        [CENTER][URL="https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php?i=930866&c=single&cl=135193" target="ejejcsingle"][IMG]http://www.e-junkie.com/ej/x-click-butcc.gif[/IMG][/URL][/CENTER]
        That is actually BBCode inside the box, not HTML.
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  • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
    Originally Posted by tgfilegal23 View Post

    Hey warriors, has anyone used the product delivery/ payment processor EJunkie.com for a wso?
    I use it, and it works great, tgfilegal!

    eJunkie should provide the link for you once you upload your product....

    Do you have a single digital product, or a course/system of several products that you'll be packaging together?
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  • Profile picture of the author mywebwork
    I ran my WSO using e-Junkie and it worked great. I love the way it smoothly integrates to both AWeber and PayPal.

    Definitely the way to go IMHO

    Bill
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  • Profile picture of the author Sour
    It's because most forums use BBCode while E-junkie gives you HTML. Log in, go to "seller admin", click "view/edit/delete products", choose your product from the drop-down box, and click "get button code". It'll look something like this:

    <a href="https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php...l=141928&ejc=2" target="ej_ejc" class="ec_ejc_thkbx" onClick="javascript:return EJEJC_lc(this);"><img src="http://www.e-junkie.com/ej/ej_add_to_cart.gif" border="0" alt="Add to Cart"/></a>
    That bold portion is the link to your product. It's enclosed withed the "href" property of the <a> tag. Copy that link; then if you want to create a BBCode link on the forum, use:

    [.URL=YOURLINK.COM]text for the link[./URL], but remove the dots.
    The forum also has a button for creating links. It looks like a button with a globe and a chain-link.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sylvia Meier
    I use e-Junkie regularly for my WSO's. The ability to integrate Awebber into the sales process without interupting it is excellent.

    To be able to post the button, you'll need to use BBC instead of the HTML that e-Junkie provides.

    If you need help, shoot me a PM with your link and I will convert it to BBC for you so you can post it to your WSO.

    Best wishes,
    Sylvia
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  • Profile picture of the author Diane S
    Only had one customer contact me to say the e-junkie link did not work for him. That is very good, considering how many downloads there have been!
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  • Profile picture of the author Vijay M
    I have used it before and it works perfectly.

    like post#10 explained, take your href and put any image you like to link from.

    Ex: <a href="e-junkie link"> Buy Now</a>

    On a separate note, while I like the ability to seamlessly integrate aweber and create your buyer's list, I read on another thread in here that aweber did not like sellers doing it (adding the buyers into a list)
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by Vijay M View Post

      I read on another thread in here that aweber did not like sellers doing it (adding the buyers into a list)
      I haven't read this, but it wouldn't surprise me at all. I certainly wouldn't like it either, if I were running Aweber!

      And PayPal will actually close people's accounts for it, on the first customer complaint about it. (Again, understandably, in my opinion).

      Like many people, I have no problem at all over opting in being a condition of sale, as long as it's openly stated before people pay.

      But to take someone's money and then tell them that they have to opt in to get delivery of the product they just paid for is a really shabby and deceptive trick that deserves complaints, anger, refunds and a bad reputation. It's changing the conditions of sale after taking payment! What kind of way to run a business is that?! :rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author Sylvia Meier
    Alexa,
    You can set it up so that e-Junkie delivers the product, and Aweber sends a sign up email to that account. If they don't sign up or subscribe, they aren't auto added or anything. You don't have to do it the shady way of making someone sign up to recieve their item (without telling them first of course.)

    Sylvia
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    • Profile picture of the author jorgesil
      I've used E-junkie and think this do the job.
      Probably there are better delivery platforms but for me
      E-junkie works fine.

      Jorge
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by Sylvia Rolfe View Post

      You don't have to do it the shady way of making someone sign up to recieve their item (without telling them first of course.)
      No no ... I realise this! Sorry, and thanks, Sylvia, I see that my post didn't make this clear ...

      I know that there are perfectly reasonable and ethical and honest ways to do this. And that in reality it isn't a problem for people either to tell customers first, or make it an option (of opting in for updates/news) - like everything, there are always "good" ways of doing these things (which, in a sense, arguably, makes it even worse when people pull shabby ones!). I've never actually asked for a refund, myself, to be honest, when someone has done this anyway, but I don't like it, and I know people who do "cancel". I was only ranting.
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  • Profile picture of the author Caleb Spilchen
    The way I do it especially for products I'm going to send out updates is...

    Double Opt In. They will get there product download, and also getting an e-mail asking them to confirm if they want updates. They can ignore that e-mail, and they wont ever get another from me.

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