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January 27th, 2003, 03:05 AM #1
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- January 18th, 2005
we built a small and easy to setup content management tool targeted to the small businesses market.
This tool WebEditor allows you to administer a website from everywhere without any programming knowledge. So it is perfect for the
average website owner who just wants to service his site and not become a hardcore programmer.
Maybe this could be interesting for some webmasters and/or their customers.
Now we are looking for cooperation with webmasters and webdesigners who want to offer this CMS tool to their customers as an
additional service for a commission.
Are you interested?
Please visit: http://www.eschelbacher.net/cms/cms_intro.html
Happy to hear from you
January 27th, 2003, 12:08 PM #2
Our service took a look at your offer and we decided not to participate based on a major factor that showed us that we would become nothing more than a huge advertising agent for your service rather than a reseller.
When visiting your service we noted the comment as follows:
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Try before you buy - order a free test version
Look and see! Order a free test version for your domain. The test version provides you with all functions except the possibility to store your changes. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
By taking the viewers information and sending the free trial directly to the referred viewer you automatically exclude the referrer from the tracking ability of ClickBank services and is an option any smart webmaster would surely take when spending $99 on any software program unit.
Good luck on your new launch.
January 27th, 2003, 03:02 PM #3
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- January 18th, 2005
Hello DesignerWiz.com team,
thank you for your posting. You wrote that the major factor
for your negative answer is the fact that customers can
order a personalized free demo version on our website and
for this reason Clickbank affiliates lose their commission.
But i didn't talk especially about a clickbank affiliate
program, but rather about a cooperation in general. We do not
want unsatisfied advertising agents, but satisfied business
partners. Of course we have to discuss all details of this
cooperation to satisfy both parties.
For one thing we developed a WebEditor OEM version for two of
our small customers and they resell it with their own branding.
For some of our Swiss customers we have a reseller commission
program. etc. So we can imagine a lot of different cooperation
What's true is that we launched a clickbank affiliate program
a few days ago and that we provide a free personalized demo
version for our customers on our website. We do not want them
to buy a pig in a poke. Is this a NoNo for tracking?
What would you suggest? Maybe you have a better knowledge of
tracking in detail than me.
January 27th, 2003, 04:01 PM #4
Thanks for your prompt response to our findings. Based on your response of special build units our service may be interested in possible collaboration on marketing this ware after discussion and overview.
Please contact Craig Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will return your contact in regards to this topic.
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