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jacaranda
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meetyoursweet afifliate program

hi all,

i just want to ask about Mark's meetyoursweet affiliate program..
i can see from the sales page (http://www.meetyoursweet.com/selfconfidence/men/) that there is an opt-in boxes on the top part of the page.

will i receive a commission for every sale on the visitors that i refer/joined in his list, just like in carlos xuma's program?

I just thought about it when my subscriber emailed me for the free bonus if he 'joined' meetyoursweet.. (i checked clickbank and no sales.. he just optin in the 6 part newsletter series)

thanks all.
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michellerana
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MeetYourSweet is a Clickbank product so you get credit for the sales if your customer purchases within 60 days after clicking on your affiliate link :)
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kakaboo
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Erm I don't think that's exactly what he is asking, because I am curious about this too..

Like if I send person A to a sales page of person B with a opt-in box, A opt-ins to the newsletter/bonuses/etc but he does not buy it the first time

But through the person B's newsletter, maybe A comes back to that original sales page once again(through a link in the newsletter), so will I get the comission? ( I would probably if it's within 60 days, but what if it's after 60 days?)
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The cookie is valid only up to 60 days so if the customer buys after 60 days you will not get credited with the sale.

Furthermore, if the customer clears his cookies and then subsequently buys, you do not get credited either, even if it's still within the 60 days.

And if the customer clicked on somebody else's link for that same product after he clicked on yours, you will not credited if he subsequently buys within 60 days.
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So that makes Affilojetpack cookie 60 days too?
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Yes, you get credit if your customer purchases Affilojetpack within 60 days. Just take note that Clickbank gives credit to the last unique affiliate. If someone else's affiliate link was clicked on after yours, then the other affiliate will earn the commission.
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kakaboo
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Ok I guess most people are confused about this point : The link in newsletter is actually a non-affiliate link, meaning it's the vendor's original sales page without any affiliate links. So when the reader goes back to the the sales page through the link in the newsletter, the 60 day cookie kicks in and you will still get a comission.

But if the reader goes back to the product sales page through the link in the newsletter after 60 days, you will not get any comission at all.

I used to wonder how was it possible for the vendor to set up different unique affiliate links in their newsletter...now it makes a lot more sense to me.

So basically, when you drive people to opt-in on a sales page, if the person comes back to the sales page withnin 60days (be it through the newsletter or other means) you will get the comission, but if the reader clears his cookies and comes back to the sales page through the newsletter, you might not get the comission.. correct me if I'm wrong?
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jacaranda
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hi kakaboo, this has become a different topic already.. :)

but basically its like this.. whoever is the last one who refer a visitor to a product page, gets the commission.

Say I refer someone thru my affiliate link from my website to a product but he left and did not buy anything then after a few days, he click on your affiliate link from your newletter and bought the product, you get the commission... The latest one, with the freshest, yummiest cookie wins the commission.
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kakaboo
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jacaranda wrote:hi kakaboo, this has become a different topic already.. :)

but basically its like this.. whoever is the last one who refer a visitor to a product page, gets the commission.

Say I refer someone thru my affiliate link from my website to a product but he left and did not buy anything then after a few days, he click on your affiliate link from your newletter and bought the product, you get the commission... The latest one, with the freshest, yummiest cookie wins the commission.


Hi now I am even more confused

I am not talking my own newsletter and yours, I am talking about for example you and only the vendor's newsletter..

Like if I send a visitor to Affilorama premium sign up page and the visitor does not sign up on the spot, but he opted in to the newsletter or what... so the link in the newsletter (Mark's in this case) would be a non-affiliate link right? Because I don't think it would be easy to set up different affiliate links for the same series newsletters in this case?
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Kakaboo, it depends on how the merchant has his newsletter set up. Some of them actually set it up so that your affiliate link that refers that person to their list shows up in their emails. It is up to the merchant to do that though, and not all of them set it up properly.


I am sure they have some code that does that for them automatically.
if they dont set up the newsletter that way, then the person has to buy within the time frame set by the cookies, or before clicking on a different affiliate's link. what ever affiliate cookie is in their browser when they go to buy the product is who will get the commission.

The best way to find out is to check their affiliate resource page. usually if they have this set up, they will mention it in their affiliate resources.
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esolutions
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Hi James,

Do you know how to set it up that way? (so that the specific affiliate's link shows up in my emails). That's a very ethical way of doing things and giving credit for the referral if the sale happens now or in 300 days.
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faradina
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esolutions wrote:Do you know how to set it up that way? (so that the specific affiliate's link shows up in my emails)

Hmmm, not quite sure what you mean.

If you are selling something on clickbank, you will be able to see which affiliate referred the sale through your clickbank account. Same thing with the other affiliate networks.
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I dont know how they do it, since I dont own any products with affiliates refferring traffic.
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