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    Walmart's Affiliate Survey
    Walmart sending out survey, with a couple of questions asking about these:

    Please tell us how each of those same aspects of Walmart.comís affiliate program compares with other programs in which you participate.

    1 Walmart.comís Program is Much Better than Others
    2 Somewhat Better
    3 About the Same as Other Affiliate Programs
    4 Somewhat Worse
    5 Walmart.comís Program is Much Worse than Others
    6 Does Not Apply

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    Not a word about return days.

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    They aren't going to ask a question when they already know the answer.

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    Return days are a part of Commission Structure.

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    As far as that, their closest competitor I guess would be a somebody like a Target. With Target I have 7 return days, Walmart 3. Amazon, bigger selection but just a 1 day cookie.

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    I think they were having like a 1 day return and many items were not commish in the early years. I might be wrong though

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    Don't compare them with target and amazon. Compare them with all affiliate programs.
    Expert who says Moo

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    That's their competitors. Why would I compare them to computer or electronics merchants that can pay as low as 1-2% or inkjet merchants that can pay over 30%. I would compare them to other merchants in the same vertical.

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    Wal-Mart is an indirect competitor to everybody. They sell ink too, thus are competitors to ink merchants . What does wal-mart not sell?
    Give them a year or two and you will be buying cars from wally world.

    But as trust said, a better measurement can be done when you stack it against their direct competitors like target

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    They don't offer MLB, so there's not a lot I can do with them.

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