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    I am building many non-incentive sites. Would I need to create different SAS accounts for each new site?

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    Hi Bonnie

    As an affiliate certainly not

    As a Merchant, in theory you could run multiple sites through one account I guess. I've not done it but I believe it could be done...however you better check with Brian before doing it as he may have policies in place about this

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    ShareASale President/CEO and ABW Veteran Brian - ShareASale's Avatar
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    One program = One account on shareasale.com - this applies to merchant programs. The reason for this is simply exposure...you only get one description/logo/spot on shareasale, so if you ran multiple offers, they could get lost / no affiliate signups / confused affiliates.

    For an affiliate account, you are actually only allowed one account - and can run as many domains as you wish. Read the rules for incentive sites in the agreement - you MUST have permission to run an offer in an incentived manner in any way. That means incentivized to Read/Click/Purchase - ANYTHING.

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    OK, my new site is ready for release. I am wondering though...
    Since my first site is an incentive site and my second site is not, when I apply for merchants for the second site, will I be able to apply for the merchants who turned down my first site? How are the two sites separated? I do not want either site associated with the other and want the merchants I chose to know that each site is independant of the other so that I may get merchants for the second site that turned down the first site.

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    You can always contact the merchants directly and tell them what is going on. If the merchant doesn't respond to your request they aren't worth a grain of salt.

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    I would be easier if we could select which site we are applying to. (I.E. I would be able to select that I am applying for a merchant for site #2)
    Just seems like it will be harder to keep telling merchants that this application is for site #2, not site #1, or for both sites, etc...

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