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    I'm looking for some ideas

    What kinds of products are missing in affiliate marketing? What would sell if it were available that you wish you had to sell?

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    wedding dresses

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    You could probably get a great price for a fully stocked harem on ebay.

    Seriously, I think you can find whatever you want, legal or illegal online. Getting it in some places might be tricky though.

    Cartons of rolled Humboldt Gold Ses would probably be in high demand.

    I support sustainable agriculture.

    I can't think of much.

    I'd like a low cost tip to St Andrews with a round of golf at the R&A with a side deal to meet Icybabe and buy her a drink.

    wonder if she likes Glenfiddich?

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    Glass rods



    Seriously! :eek:

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    Glass rods! Fish, are you a glass artist? I could sell glass rods too (and a bunch of other glass supplies, lol).

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    Wedding gowns...I've looked and looked just can't find a program anywhere!

    Designer shoes that don't come in just one size too!
    Spiderman bedspreads....can anyone sew?

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Cedric:
    Glass rods! Fish, are you a glass artist? I could sell glass rods too (and a bunch of other glass supplies, lol).<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Not a glass artist, but an aquarist. Glass rods can be used in a breeding tank for tropical fish.

    Now you're going to ask "how ?" [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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    Heyder,

    I'll give you the best item 320K+++ moly and very little free competition ... check your PM

    Haiko

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Wedding gowns...I've looked and looked just can't find a program anywhere!<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Mousejockey, same here! If you ever find one, let me know!!

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    oh fish, I'm not sure I could stand knowing. lol!

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    Wedding gowns are a reversal just waiting to happen. Bride wears it once, then returns it for a refund. Bingo, reversal time. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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    @Chinaski will do, I've emailed a few asking if they're considering running a program, so far no luck...but you never know [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

    Workerbee...noooo! You always keep your wedding gown,try it on every couple of years to see how you stack up <IMG src=http://www.abestweb.com/ubb/icons/icon12.gif> or hand it on.

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    @Chinaski will do, I've emailed a few asking if they're considering running a program, so far no luck...but you never know [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]
    I've got to the point where I've tried to convince brides-to-be they should consider a nice white or pastel gown/dress if it's an informal or garden wedding, they can always wear again rather then outlay several hundreds or thousands of dollars.<IMG src=http://www.abestweb.com/ubb/icons/icon12.gif>

    Workerbee...Oh! Noooo! You always keep your wedding gown,try it on every couple of years to see how you stack up <IMG src=http://www.abestweb.com/ubb/icons/icon12.gif> or to hand it on.

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    Well I have been searching for 2 merchants who sell the following, childrens husky size and slim size clothing, and mother and daughter matching clothing.
    Cazzie [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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    Cazzie, storybookheirlooms.com sell mother and daughter outfits, a private program and I'm pretty sure webclothes at cj have husky kids clothes.

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    CWDKids also has some mother-daughter matching casualwear and matching siblingwear. Motherwear has matching mother-infant clothing. (the folks at Storybook Heirloom are SUPER)

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    I can't imagine a woman buying her wedding dress over the internet. Some things you just need to buy in person.

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    Wedding gowns are a reversal just waiting to happen. Bride wears it once, then returns it for a refund. Bingo, reversal time.
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    Great idea for a e-commerce web site. Setup a consignmnet type wedding dress shop for brides and bridesmaids. Contract the seller for exclusive ..good photos ..sizing info ( easily altered rather than built) and a great price. The dresses last longer than most marriages. When you have it setup then I'll open a larger wedding page.

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    Father's Day coming up and the best conversion site on the net is www.suspenders.com 4 years and they average one sale per every 20 visitors...regardless of source. They also get 1 order per every 4 color brochures sent out to requestors. You'd have to convience me wether to get Sal to reinstitute his affiliate program. Nice niche' products like these sell since he basically has no competiton who can touch his product.

    I'd also love to see Detroit's own Sanders Hot fudge sold on the net, since that one first taste just reeks reorder. Be a great affiliate program.

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    When I was looking for a wedding gown I couldn't find what I wanted.

    While browsing through a wedding magazine I found a gorgeous Laura Ashley wedding gown. It was just perfect and exactly the style I was looking for, so I phoned them, paid by cc and they delivered, and it was just beautiful... want to see it

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    ps, This was prior to the web turning into a giant shopping mall...imagine the fun I'd have now!

    [ 05-17-2002: Message edited by: mousejockey ]

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    You can call the site MUMUS.com

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    Mousejockey and Cedric
    Thanks!
    I do have web clothes and the storybook heirlooms looks real nice.
    Thanks again
    Cazzie

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    Freddy babe, what's mumus.com :confused:
    They're those straight shift dresses from the 70's with pompoms on them lol! Well,weren't they!

    Mike why don't you set up a wedding site and we can be your aff's<IMG src=http://www.abestweb.com/ubb/icons/icon12.gif>

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    Ok,

    I know wedding items just like party items would sell. Dresses though, would they sell? Don't worry about reverasals I wouldn't take returns on a wedding dress.

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    What about specialty and rare mushrooms? Do you think they would sell? (the legal ones silly)

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