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  1. #1
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    Hi folks:

    I just want to announce that we are a new merchant with shareasale.

    We have been in business since 1998 and are the world's largest potty training store. We offer our valued affiliates 10% on every sale with 90 day cookies.

    Why Join:

    - There are 25 million children of potty training age in the US

    - Potty products are hard to find in retail stores

    - We are the biggest potty store in the world

    - Our average sale is over $45

    - Our click through and conversion rates are far higher than the industry average

    - We have been online for 8 years and parents trust our site

    - We offer a reliable FTP feed for affiliates

    If you are interested in joining please visit our sign-up page at:

    http://www.shareasale.com/shareasale...erchantID=5580

    Thanks,
    Pottytrainingsolutions

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    I will sign up and plug you into my parents page.

    Do you have any thing you can send to the people at CJ, beFREE, Linkshare and Performics?

    The need to be potty trained real bad. There mommies all must have been leftout of the things to make sure you kids know loop.

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    i signed up and downloaded your data feed from sas.

    it only has 63 products is that right?
    dave

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    Dave,

    We only have 63 products but many are unique. For instance PODS (potty on discrete strips) are not sold on any other website or retail store. We have been in business since 1998 and our selection meets the needs of parents looking for potty training products. If someone needs a potty chair, seat, book, or DVD - they will almost always find it within those 63 products.

    Let me know if you think this is going to be a problem for our affiliates and I will try to address it. It is easy for us to add more products - what has been hard is finding the ones that consistently sell the best and then offering them at the Internet's lowest prices.

    Your advice is appreciated as we are new to affiliate sales.

    Thanks!

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    i did not mind the 63 products

    wanted to be sure the data was correct

    having unique products is better than hundreds on products everyone else has.
    dave

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    "Every parent needs potty training products!"

    Not me! I (we) are done with that. I am sorry, I couldn't resist.

    Having said that, 63 products simply means that everyone will have the opportunity to really hand-tweak the feed and make it count (put more value) for SEO purposes.

    Fred

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    "Not me! I (we) are done with that. I am sorry, I couldn't resist.
    "

    I am just getting started
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    Good luck Dave !

    It's okay, they grow up, and it gets a little better. However, the problems are always there - just different.

    Fred

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    Do you sell dogs?

    My youngest son was potty trained when we were in Kenya and he ran around with a t-shirt on and nothing else. When he messed himself, one of the dogs would eat it (shudder) and then lick his bum clean.

    I won't ever forget him coming to me one day "Daddy I just had a poo and Sparky (the dog) ate it and licked my bum!".

    Mmm - bad dog / good dog?

    It worked he soon learned to go to the toilet instead and doesn't have any hang-ups about poo or dogs.

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    We had a dog at a job site I was on. It was a few of us tenting it in the mountains while building a lodge.

    No toilet or outhouse, "find a log and have a seat" style. The dog would follow you out and come back full.

    We called home corn dog.

    Sorry for degrading the conversation beyond recovery.
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    Thanks for sharing Paul.

    Fred

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    Wow! All of these products for potty training? I am kind of with Paul but not sure about a dog licking anything, LOL!

    I just threw the diapers Out, explained what they needed to do, gave them lots of goodies to drink, and took them to the potty every hour to go. One trained at 22 mos, the other at 28 months. Took one day for my son ( 22 mos ) and three days for my daughter ( 28 mos )to figure it out!

    Of course, I will look at your site because I am sure people pobably don't all agree with how we crossed that path. Heck if they want to spend an average of $40+ each , I am not going to argue with them.

    Thanks for the info! )

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    I am a parent and my son is five......I think it's time to get him potty trained... Just kidding, He will be two in a month....Any discounts for fellow merchants?
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    Geez, I need to check this stuff out..I have 3 kids in diapers. I'll take any FREE advice too.

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    quote:
    Originally posted by Paul Ward:
    Do you sell dogs?

    My youngest son was potty trained when we were in Kenya...


    If people in Kenya eat the dogs...then we have a nice full circle breeding ground for that long awaited plague that will wipe out half the planet.

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