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    Newbie #Darren's Avatar
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    More than one website - only one cj acct?
    Hi,

    If I registered with 1 website but now have another, should I create a different CJ acct for the new one, or just use my old CJ acct for both?

    Thanks,

    Darren.

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    Super Dawg Member Phil Kaufman aka AffiliateHound's Avatar
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    Same account, but go to Account>>Web Site Settings to add new URL and it will automatically be given a separate PID.
    Do this for every website.
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    Or you can just use Affiliate link of old site in new site.

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    Nabz,

    that would not allow you to track what one site does over the other. Creating a new pid is the best road to take.

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    Yea, its better. But I only use SID's to recognize sites.
    If you want to compare performance reports, then you must create a new PID

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    Also note that sometimes when you apply to a new program and get rejected, it can be because the main ID doesn't seem appropriate to the program. A quick email explaining which site you intend to use for the program can solve that.
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    I like having one account with multiple PIDs, but make sure when you are creating links you are on the right one!!! Made that boo-boo more than a few times!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meleemel
    I like having one account with multiple PIDs, but make sure when you are creating links you are on the right one!!! Made that boo-boo more than a few times!
    Yeah, me too.

    Then I not only am left without the proper report...I have no idea which other site it is that has the error, and I have to go through 'em all until I find it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorMike
    Also note that sometimes when you apply to a new program and get rejected, it can be because the main ID doesn't seem appropriate to the program. A quick email explaining which site you intend to use for the program can solve that.
    Right on. If I see one website in there that is a niche site dedicated to something other than my merchant's space, I will probably decline it.

    If I see an affiliate apply with 10-15 niche sites, I will assume they will create one for our niche and probably drop them an email.

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