I starting using LinkShare affiliates awhile back. I was starting to think somehow I could not get any sales from the sponsors they have.
But I see today I sold a Disney vacation package from Orbitz.
My take, a little over 18 bucks, not bad. Now that I know I can sell them I'm off to make special vacation packages pages.
LOL You are way ahead of me. I still have no sales with them. Congrats!
Well it took a LOT of clicks to make that one sale. I guess it depends on what sponsors your using with them.
I actually have had 5 "orders" from Enterprise rent a car from them too, but no sales.
That is because they count an order as a rental car reservation, but if the customer never goes through with it then no sale.
I did notice you were using Linkshare on your website back when announced your site changes and was curious about them. The ads look very tempting.
I didn't sign up yet because the few websites I have are in disarry.
Glad to hear you finally got a sale!!
I am trying to devote more time to a website but as also you have commented it is a lot of work to manage even if its just 1 website.
I enjoy reading your posts of encouragement Bill
Congratulations, Bill! I get plenty of impressions, but I haven't made a single sale so far.
by Bill Manning 7 years ago
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