Chris Stelzer wrote:Hey Ernie,
You have some options. I think your best option is Paypal. All you have to do is set up an account with them. You put a button on your website for each product, and it will direct them to the Paypal website. Paypal takes a commission on each purchase, but it's low. You do need a website in order to put the Paypal button on it. Do you have one? You could make one, with hosting for about $4/month, plus $12 to buy a domain name, for a grand total of $16!!! If you need help on the specifics I could help you.
Lori Moore wrote:PAYLOADZ.COM Stop the madness! All you have to do is upload your documents and create/sell them at PayLoadz.com. You can either create a link to your products from your current website or you can sell and market them solely through Payloadz. Payloadz works in conjunction with PayPal. It's super easy. I sell one set of my Lori Wall Bed plans per day on average...I don't have to do a thing. When someone purchases my plans I get two email notifications: one from Payloadz telling me a sold a product, and another from PayPal telling me a received a Payment. I'm only pimping Payloadz because its all I know, but I know I'm glad I use it. -Lori
paul wheaton wrote:This payloadz stuff sucks from an affiliate perspective. Surely there must be something better.
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