Donald Kenning wrote:I do not know how relevant this is but, I own a web site. I am an affiliate for Commission Junction. On that site I have an affiliate relationship with many companies and I get the code from Commission Junction. I also do google ad's and have an Amazon Store to try to support the my web site.
The main reason I am writing is on my Amazon Store, I have products that, when sold, I get a kickback from. One of those products (in my "Fun and Games" section) is the Permaculture Playing Cards and I have had that in my store for more than a year now. These cards are from the seller "Paul Wheaton and Alexander Ojeda" but there are no other products. I have been wondering for a long time if there will be more products sold by this "seller" on Amazon like the rocket stove thing or the "World Domination ..." thing. I probably would put some of that stuff into my Amazon Store. Is this a legit seller on Amazon? You seem to be all tied into this Scubby thing. And Yea, that 40% looks good to me, but I would not complain with the 4% from my Amazon Store if I did not have the hassle of multiple affiliate programs.
Destiny Hagest wrote:I know the Scubbly thing seems a bit strange for now - it's really just because their affiliate software is so reliable, and it keeps things simple and means everyone will get paid their commissions without a lot of headaches.