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    Unhappy Shoebuy's reverse sale.Any good advise about Shoe merchant?
    Just started from last month,sent 300 target clicks,got 2 sales,all reverse just now.any good advise about Shoe merchant?

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    You're going to see high reverals on all shoe merchants that offer free ship & free returns. Figure you'll see between 10% and 40% returns and reversals for Zappos, ShoeMall sites, and most anything else out there.

    Zappos seems to have one of the best click to sale conversion rates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superstar
    You're going to see high reverals on all shoe merchants that offer free ship & free returns. Figure you'll see between 10% and 40% returns and reversals for Zappos, ShoeMall sites, and most anything else out there.

    Zappos seems to have one of the best click to sale conversion rates.
    Thank you Superstar.Learn one more thing.

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    There are two that I know of both with reversal rate in the neighborhood of 3%.

    Sorry, you'll have to find them yourself. P:

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    reverals are good. It means the merchant gives good service which convert more clicks.
    At least with shoes

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    Quote Originally Posted by felix8
    reverals are good. It means the merchant gives good service which convert more clicks.
    At least with shoes
    I'll go with that.

    I work out my "effective commish rate %" taking out reversals. This brings the commish from 15% to about 12%. There's one merchant who tried to recruit me who paid either 10 or 12% (forget now) and promised no reversals for affiliates, they absorbed it into the rate, though you can see by the figures (mine at least) that it would be no real advantage.

    The service factor is of MAJOR importance and ultimately translates into conversion rate.

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    Zappo has been a friend mine... Sorry you lost your commissions.

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