In that section, I have clickable pictures of each one of my 4 eBooks, but before clicking on any one of the pictures, I first let them know that I offer a package deal of all my eBooks, including a bonus book for the price of $8.97.
When they click on any of the pictures of the eBooks, a full description page pops up....I guess this would essentially be my "sales page", because after the full description I have an "add to cart" button and a price of $3.99 for each book.
One of my books, which is $3.99 is also offered as a 3-for-1 package deal for $4.99. That "package deal" is at the bottom of the sales page for that particular book.
Also, on each of these pages I have sidebar widgets displaying Google Adsense ads and links to my articles on the left, and an opt-in form on the right which gives away one of my eBooks for free.
....So basically my website is set-up for people to browse around and maybe buy a book or two.
However, if I were to try and get an affiliate to promote my books, would I simply be able to use one of the book description pages? What if the customer clicked around my site, and maybe bought a different book then what the affiliate initially linked them to?
Do I need a "sales page" (or "landing page") that has only one single book?
I guess I'm just looking for advice on how I'd go about having affiliates promote my books for me. I'm not exactly sure how this all works.