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    I checked my stats showing two sales of $2,422.40 each and rewarded 2x$2 commissions.
    Only $2 credit for a sale of $2,422.40!

    Play fair man! I had lost an opportunity of getting higher earning from other merchants if my visitor did not look around to this merchant.

    Seems I have to rearrange my Web pages.

    IRS

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    You must be mistaken.

    Who is the merchant? Are you sure, that it's not a pay per lead program?

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    No, the pay per lead program always shows $0.00 on sale amount in the transaction report.
    The merchant name is mentioned in the above subject.

    IRS

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    quote:
    Cellphoneshop.net offers a rewarding Affiliate Program for Web sites that can drive qualified traffic to our site. If you are an e-commerce site, retailer or a portal you can generate additional revenue by referring customers to our website. Cellphoneshop.net pays $2 per qualified sale.




    My business "partner" signed up for them for a site he is finally working on. When I got the welcome note, I had to chuckle. Maybe that was a cackle.

    I could probably beat the EPC with eBay.

    Though our stats aren't as bad. For under $100 in in sales, $4.00 is commish.


    < shrug >

    It's worth doing homework on conversion rates (search these forums for a start), what merchants are available in a given line, and doing some calculations if it's a line you've never worked with before. Certainly pay attention to the commission rates.

    Unless you really enjoy venturing out into an un-researched, un-tried market with no data to back up whether you're going to get a return on your investment.

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    Never mind, I couldn't possibly beat that EPC with eBay: the CR is running over 30% (as in a sale every 3 or so clicks).

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    Cell phone shop does only pay $2 a sale, I have a few a day at least, but mine are all weenie sales. Sorry, that is horrible about such a huge sale. I always feel that way when I sell a computer for that "dude you're getting a.." company.

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    With only 5 sales a month, our stats will show $12,112.00 sales and $10.00 earnings. This is a loophole to get free data feed ($200.00 worth) from CJ!

    IRS

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