Dave Burton wrote:Could this image be used in the cob style rocket mass heater ads?
David LaPointe wrote:As a professional computer programmer, I find it really useful to test things. So, when I bought myself a copy of one of the Rocket Mass Heater videos, I checked to see if I got paid through my affiliate link I used.
I did not.
However, I would like to get paid at some point for getting other people to use the affiliate links.
If I'm going to get friends and relatives to buy things from the site so that I can earn an income, what do I need to do differently to actually get paid?
I mean, it is one thing to buy something once as an experiment and find out I must have done it wrong.
It is another thing to have people over and try to sell them something and not get paid over and over again. I would like to avoid that.
What's the difference? Do I need to have people just not use my computer (as in, the tracking is by cookie) or do they need to have a different IP address to not look to the system like the people buying using my link are actually me?
I appreciate the generous affiliate commissions that Paul advertises. I also appreciate all the valuable information I have received from listening to Paul's podcasts and from reading his web pages.
Thank you for the additional details.
Giuseppe Tallarico wrote:Here there are the link plus one in our newsletter.
Giuseppe Tallarico wrote:Hi Devaka, could you kindly explain how the trackers work?
Jason Bliss wrote:I've seen the exact same sales page, that I linked to above, reproduced on other people's websites. Is this permitted? Can I recreate the sales page https://permaculture-design-course.com/ on my own site, and use the affiliate link to check them out?