Jvzoo seller question

by Ella 5 replies
Hi guys,
I have a total newbie question on how to promote my product on JVzoo, so please bare with me: I have set up my first product and funnel there, put the buy buttons required on the salespage, connected paypal, allowed affiliate sales and so on. But now I'm wondering how I should go about if I'm promoting the product on my own, without affiliates. What link should I use if I put the product(salespage) in an email or fb-ad myself? Could I send people to the salespage directly and I get the sale registered at jvzoo through the buy button, or should i use my own affiliate link on my own product, so to speak?
Couldn't get any answer on this at the support, they basically answered that they can't tell me how to promote my products. Maybe I didn't explain myself clearly enough. Just want things to be done the right way and also get payed of course. Have had clicks on my sellers snaphot, but no sales, so I'm just wondering if there is something going on...
If anyone could enlighten me on this question (and hope it's clear enought), I would be so thankful!
/Ella
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  • Profile picture of the author JensSteyaert
    Hello,

    The affiliate link is just for people who want to promote your product, if they use that they will get a commission from referring a customer to you.

    If you promote your own product then you can just link to your sales page and you will get the full amount through Jvzoo.

    Good luck!
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    • Profile picture of the author Ella
      Thank you for the fast reply! Suspected it could be so, and I do have a tendency to overcomplicate things...
      Thanks again
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Hess
    With JVZoo, the person who sets the last cookie gets the sale. Which means the last affiliate link a visitor clicks on before they purchase will be credited with the sale.

    At one time I know JVZoo had 'vendor links' which meant you could promote your own product anywhere and if someone clicked on your 'vendor link' and purchased, it would override any affiliate cookies that may have been floating around out there.

    Now, I'm not sure if they still have 'vendor links' I think you would just use your own affiliate link to achieve the same result.

    Many vendors choose to just link directly to their sales page without using their own links and if an affiliate gets credited with the sale, that's fine. The reason being if your affiliates are making money they will continue to promote you.

    JVZoo themselves will receive a commission if someone clicks through and purchases your product from their marketplace or if your product is listed in the 'top sellers' section, or your product is selected as 'product of the day' since they use 'their' affiliate link.

    So basically, if you want to make sure you get credited for all sales you generate from your efforts, use your own link.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ella
      Originally Posted by Mark Hess View Post

      With JVZoo, the person who sets the last cookie gets the sale. Which means the last affiliate link a visitor clicks on before they purchase will be credited with the sale.

      At one time I know JVZoo had 'vendor links' which meant you could promote your own product anywhere and if someone clicked on your 'vendor link' and purchased, it would override any affiliate cookies that may have been floating around out there.

      Now, I'm not sure if they still have 'vendor links' I think you would just use your own affiliate link to achieve the same result.

      Many vendors choose to just link directly to their sales page without using their own links and if an affiliate gets credited with the sale, that's fine. The reason being if your affiliates are making money they will continue to promote you.

      JVZoo themselves will receive a commission if someone clicks through and purchases your product from their marketplace or if your product is listed in the 'top sellers' section, or your product is selected as 'product of the day' since they use 'their' affiliate link.

      So basically, if you want to make sure you get credited for all sales you generate from your efforts, use your own link.

      Thanks Mark! And this is ok to do, to use my own affiliate link? Jvzoo won't give me any trouble doing it?
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      • Profile picture of the author Mark Hess
        Originally Posted by Ella View Post

        Thanks Mark! And this is ok to do, to use my own affiliate link? Jvzoo won't give me any trouble doing it?
        Yes, you can use your own affiliate link without an issues from JVZoo.
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