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Teri Sandstedt

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A native Brit living in Sweden, I have long toyed with the idea of building my own business. I've tried a couple of things that haven't worked out, but affiliate marketing has always been beckoning in the background. This time I'm going to make it work.

 

Do I Need To Pay VAT For UK Affiliate Products?

13th January, 2015 - Posted by Teri Sandstedt

I suspect that it's Clickbank that has the correct VAT rates for each country in their database and picks the one that matches the country the buyer indicates they are in. There was a drop-down list pre-set to Sweden when I made my purchase. Since Clickbank is collecting the VAT for the sale, we should not also have to do that. As for income...

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Do I Need To Pay VAT For UK Affiliate Products?

13th January, 2015 - Posted by Teri Sandstedt

I wondered this as well, though I'm in Sweden. I have noticed, though, that on the occasions I have purchased something through Clickbank that they have added Swedish VAT to the purchase price, so I did some digging in the Clickbank knowledge base. On their Retail and Wholesale Pricing page they state the following: "ClickBank also...

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Where do you get pictures to put on article pages?

13th June, 2014 - Posted by Teri Sandstedt

The difference is between "royalty free" and "free". The default payment for works of art like photos is royalty payments, which means you pay for every use of the photo, every printing of the book, or every play of the song. Royalty free means you pay a one-time fee and you can use the photo or other work of art any way...

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Where do you get pictures to put on article pages?

8th June, 2014 - Posted by Teri Sandstedt

I've found that Pixabay (http://pixabay.com/) has a nice selection of free images (200 000+), along with a few sponsored images from Shutterstock that probably help pay for the running of the site. And unlike most sites with free images, you don't even need to include an attribution or link to their site anywhere. Teri

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Do I Need To Pay VAT For UK Affiliate Products?

13th January, 2015 - Posted by Teri Sandstedt

I suspect that it's Clickbank that has the correct VAT rates for each country in their database and picks the one that matches the country the buyer indicates they are in. There was a drop-down list pre-set to Sweden when I made my purchase. Since Clickbank is collecting the VAT for the sale, we should not also have to do that. As for income...

Read Full Entry | 4 comments

Do I Need To Pay VAT For UK Affiliate Products?

13th January, 2015 - Posted by Teri Sandstedt

I wondered this as well, though I'm in Sweden. I have noticed, though, that on the occasions I have purchased something through Clickbank that they have added Swedish VAT to the purchase price, so I did some digging in the Clickbank knowledge base. On their Retail and Wholesale Pricing page they state the following: "ClickBank also...

Read Full Entry | 4 comments

Where do you get pictures to put on article pages?

13th June, 2014 - Posted by Teri Sandstedt

The difference is between "royalty free" and "free". The default payment for works of art like photos is royalty payments, which means you pay for every use of the photo, every printing of the book, or every play of the song. Royalty free means you pay a one-time fee and you can use the photo or other work of art any way...

Read Full Entry | 10 comments

Where do you get pictures to put on article pages?

8th June, 2014 - Posted by Teri Sandstedt

I've found that Pixabay (http://pixabay.com/) has a nice selection of free images (200 000+), along with a few sponsored images from Shutterstock that probably help pay for the running of the site. And unlike most sites with free images, you don't even need to include an attribution or link to their site anywhere. Teri

Read Full Entry | 10 comments