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    Unhappy CJ Links Codes - Someone HELP!!
    Hi Everyone: I'm working on a site - can you believe it. LOL!! Anyway, when copying CJ's Text Links - I want to just be able to insert the code in my Hyperlink feature of Frontpage. I don't need all that other junk - words etc because I have my own words or buttons, etc that I want to just add the links to.

    For example - This is the CJ Text Link Code - which I would have to put in a webot or Advanced HTML Markup Box which is a pain:
    <a href="http://www.***********/click-945443-171865" target="_top" onmouseover="window.status='http://love-scent.com';return true;" onmouseout="window.status=' ';return true;">Example of the Affiliate Link Code</a><BR>The Web's only results-based pheromone supermarket!<img src="http://www.**********/image-945443-171865" width="1" height="1" border="0">

    I just want to be able to Hit insert Hyperlink - I'm using Frontpage. So which part of this link can I put in for just the hyperlink and still have it track properly???

    Would it be this portion:

    http://www.***********/click-945443-171865" target="_top" onmouseover="window.status='http://love-scent.com';return true;" onmouseout="window.status=' ';return true;

    I know one of you pros knows the answer to this. Please let me know - I'd so greatly appreciate it.

    JadaKiss

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    http://www.***********/click-945443-171865 is enough to track the sale.
    Good luck on your new site JadaKiss. Affiliate Marketing still works WELL. (for some of us)

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    Thanks Zeus for answering my question - that helps alot.

    And You know I'll always be a believer that affiliate marketing works - it's the reason how I got to where I am today - it built the foundation that I needed to become self-employed and build my own home and be able to take care of my family in a way I'd never dream. And I do believe that it will be profitable again for me as was before and still does today for so many others. My goal is to devote at least the weekend to working on new sites. Wish me luck.

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    I'm sure many of us remember your post about your earning (and your new house) in Affiliate Marketing. At that time not many people were speaking about money and your post was what some people needed to believe it was for real. (One day, your post will be in the ABW hall of fame) It's a bumpy road, Yahoo, Google and others can make our life miserable, the parasites are still taking their dirty cut and the networks are not our friends. On the bright side, Merchants are much more reliable than before, our customers still trust us, so Affiliate Marketing is expanding. I'm lucky to still make it big after all these years (My first affiliate sale, way before the networks, is now 10 year old, July 2nd 1995)
    A well targeted site can also boost your activities with eBay. JadaKiss, it's time to use your past experience to do it again. Good Luck!

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    Welcome back to the Arena with your new site!

    May I shamlessly suggest a Good Bulbs program for you to put on it?
    There is no knowledge that is not power. ~Hemingway

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    Thanks Zeus. Your inspirational comments made me smile and gave me new hope. It's going to be rough because times have changed so much but I've been wanting to get back in the game for a long time. So I'm excited to finally make the comittment.

    And WOW!!!! CONGRATULATIONS on the 10 year mark - that is incredible to say the least!!!!

    Hi Leader!! So what's up with you girl!! Are you packing and shipping now? What's up with the affiliate marketing - you still doing that as well I assume. What is your program - I didn't see an affiliate link on the site. I might be interested.

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    Jada, we may never has met but your old posts do inspire.

    I remember reading about your return. How after getting banned from yahoo, you did not give up but went into ebay and did better than ever.

    Hope you succeed in this new site.. a part 2.. like the Cinderella man story.

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    Hi womanht: Thanks and nice to meet you and glad you got to read some of my post and found them inspiring. Those were the good ole days and better days are yet to come for us all.

    When we get hit - we all have to just keep chugging along - when a door is closed a new window is opened.

    Jada

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    Hi Jada,

    I still remember very well your now famous post about what affiliate marketing has enabled you to do. Very inspiring!

    Nice to hear from you again, and the very best of luck with the new site. I hope it exceeds your expectations.

    Andy

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    Hi Leader!! So what's up with you girl!! Are you packing and shipping now? What's up with the affiliate marketing - you still doing that as well I assume.
    Yep, I'm packing and shipping! Funny how shipping doesn't suck when it's MY stuff going out! I think part of it isn't "just" that it's my stuff. For instance, I will never yell at myself for not going fast enough. Nor will I try to cram things into a box that's 1/2 inch too small, and then act as if that shouldn't take longer to pack!

    And of course, I'm still doing affiliate marketing!

    What is your program - I didn't see an affiliate link on the site. I might be interested.
    It's in my sig! Second line. Don't you have your profile set up so you can see sigs?

    Well, if not, CLICK HERE, I'm on SAS.

    I never got around to putting that link on the site. I suppose I should've done it when I added the logo for the CCs, but I forgot then...
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    Leader - I know - I was very surprised to see you shipping and packing because I remember in my eBay thread you had said

    "Wow that eBay stuff sounds like a lot of w*rk. It's not for me! I know I've said it before, but this brings that back to mind."

    But now you see how rewarding it can be to sell your own stuff and best of all have people dying to buy it.

    Hey - I checked out some of your bulbs on there - it seems one pack in particular has a pretty good demand. PM me and I can let you know what I found or if you don't mind anyone knowing I'll post it here. But probably PM me.

    Jada

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    Hi Andy!!!

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    PM me and I can let you know what I found or if you don't mind anyone knowing I'll post it here. But probably PM me.
    I'll PM.

    Leader - I know - I was very surprised to see you shipping and packing because I remember in my eBay thread you had said

    "Wow that eBay stuff sounds like a lot of w*rk. It's not for me! I know I've said it before, but this brings that back to mind."
    Oh I made *sure* I wasn't doing all that w*rk you'd described in our email discussions. Especially when it comes to stock procurement. Plus, in that thread you said you were packing something like 200 boxes/day! At that point--I'd be hiring.

    And, the hard w*rk is already done before I ever touch the stock: Those flowering bulb packs (the ones with 75 in a pack), are packed in Holland. And the serious work of the bulb business--harvesting, curing, and sizing the bulbs, etc.--is done literally thousands of miles away, in the Netherlands! No machines are rolling bulbs at ME from some huge hopper at what looks like hundreds or thousands per minute (judging by the pictures I've seen).

    Second, I found that the packing/shipping isn't all that bad done under the right conditions--it's NOTHING like when I did that for empl*yment! Unlike at empl*yers:

    1) I immediately got a *decent* box taping thing + good tape, before I touched the first box. The best Staples had for sale. It's amazing what a difference a good, metal one, filled with the best tape, makes. If brick-n-mortar companies knew how much faster and better a box can be taped with the proper equipment, they'd never buy another piece of cheap sh--, ever!

    2) I do NOT use a box that's the exact same size as the products! A bit of extra clearance is my friend. Empl*yers, on the other hand, usually use boxes with 0 clearance and then wonder why people can't pack them fast without wrecking the products!

    3) I do not try to pack 10 boxes/minute or more!

    4) I will never reprimand, urge-on, and certainly will never fire myself for not packing fast enough.

    But now you see how rewarding it can be to sell your own stuff and best of all have people dying to buy it.

    It's quite cool. Of course, that does take into account the fact that I fully activated the De-Workerator (TM) before choosing what to sell and how to go about it...
    There is no knowledge that is not power. ~Hemingway

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    Hi Jada!

    It's good to see you back. I wish you luck 'cos this business has got a lot tougher. I'm just about hangin' on by my eyelashes these days :-)

    tmd5
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