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    I'm looking for a good CJ magazine merchant. I see NBAF has the highest EPC but I've read some bad things about them. I've heard good stuff about BestDealMagazines.com but now their site doesn't seem to be working!

    Does anyone have any suggestions regarding a good mag affiliate program on CJ? Thanks for the help.

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    I've tried a number of magazine merchants over the years and not one was worth spending time on. It's the nature of the beast, IMHO.

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    i use netmagazines 20% and magazine city 30%, and find i get a few sales, but amazon sells the best, but at a bad 5%

    oh and i was rejected from NBAF magazines!

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    I had MagMall, (which didn't do much in the line of conversions) but out of the blue they deactivated me!

    Then when I decided to check out the others, every one of them had been dissed here--some for rather serious reasons. Type their names into the search to get the scoops.

    So I went with Amazon, under duress. They know how to convert, but that pathetic 5% doesn't add up to a heckuva lot on such a cheapie item as a magazine subscription! But I had the domain going already and wanted another merchant--quick! And I didn't want to gamble...

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    I'm working with Magazania.com at CJ and I'm happy with them. They convert just fine for me but I'm first in the SERP for a particular title so it helps a lot. I've had a bad experience with eNews but they are deactivated now.

    It's not the big that eat the small... it's the fast that eat the slow. Jennings & Haughton

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    eNews and some others over the years soured me on this virtical sales niche'. All middlemen tricksters who migrated to the internet with the same scummy management running door to door and telmarketing campaigns.

    Webmaster Mike

    "Anyone can make a dollar, it is when you make sense that it starts to add up."...does your eBiz plan make sense?

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    I'm doing good with magazine city.

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    Try BlueDolphin.com.
    They are with BeFree (Reporting.net) though.

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    I would trust magazine city as far as I could throw 10 tons of scumware.

    [This message was edited by Chez Noir on January 08, 2003 at 04:25 AM.]

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    uSubscribe.com 40% is doing ok for me, I got my Oct check in Dec something.

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    I too am doing ok with usubscribe and my magazine site wasn't even finished til yesterday -- had the ugliest unfinished site you ever saw up and people still bought - LOL

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    I see them all as, how they put it, "value-added services". They don't provide much $cratch but they look good in the site accompanying other items. For example, if I have a page for books and magazines about home repair, you can bet I'll have links to tools and other products and services. And on the other hand, with a home appliances section, I'll toss in a few books and magazines.

    Brian
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