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    I have a domain I registered for a custom chocolate making site, but the idea melted....

    So I have a "custom candy" domain and have no idea what to put on it... Suggestions?

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    Are you looking for candy merchants or custom candy merchants? I know there are all kinds of custom candy wrapper merchants, not sure about custom candy merchants. There's also custom made candy or do you want candy you can customize

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    The domain is coolcustomcandy (not live so I hope it is ok to post), so I am open to suggestions. I don't know if people that found it by looking for custom candy got regular candy merchants would get upset or not. I guess if I could find some custom made candy and had regular candy merchants on the same page it will be ok. I didn't even consider candy wrappers.

    The original site idea was for a person that was going to customize candy with printing and photos and stuff and make it in requested shapes, and personalized with names, business cards etc.

    See, this is why we ask questions

    Deborah
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    One of my favorites (as a consumer) is Dan's Chocolates. I've not been very impressed as an affiliate, but more targeted traffic might perform better.

    Michael Coley
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    I used to have success with Candy Warehouse. but they dropped their affiliate program



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    You could try Groovy Candies at Shareasale as part of the mix.

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    Theres a few old time candy merchants at SAS, candy from the 50's, 60's, 70's etc.

    Theres Candy Depot at CJ
    http://www.candy4u.com

    The Popcorn Factory at LS carries some candy items.

    All kinds of candy wrapper type of merchants, don't know how good they are, might have to do a little digging
    http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...candy+wrappers

    There's all kinds of good chocolate and cookie merchants but don't know if you want those on your site?

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    Thanks for all the great ideas, chocolate for sure and cookies, maybe one or two just cause it's all junk food

    Deborah
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    Vermont Country Store at BeFree also carries some of that old time candy. They are a seasonal merchant - read slow this time of year - but you'll do well with them in the fall and around Christmas.



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    See, I didn't even think of them and they have a datafeed I think...

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    Also, igourmet.com on Linkshare has a lot of fancy chocolates.

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    and there are a couple of candy brands in performics.com also.


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    After thousands of impressions and clicks with performics merchants and zero sales over a 2 year period, I'll pass on those, but thanks for the heads up.

    Deborah
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