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rel="nofollow" for affiliate link
I have an established website which I sell using E-junkie that is ranking really well in the google search. After several years without using affiliates, I decided to add an affiliate. The affiliate I added has an established site and large customer base. They added the affiliate link to there website and to a newsletter that they send out. Although it could be coincidental, my google rankings dropped considerably right after we started using the affiliate program. I have several search phrases that my site has remained stable in the search rankings for a few years which dropped. I am wondering if the recent affiliate links are hurting my SEO. I ran across another E-junkie posting that refers to the E-junkie marketplace using the rel="nofollow" attribute in order to prevent SEO penalties. Was this only for the E-junkie marketplace or did it apply at one time to the affiliate links as well? The affiliate links currently don't use rel="nofollow". Also, would the rel="nofollow".. MORE»

Posted by SilverBackGorilla on September 11, 2014 @ 18:56 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions

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Can I download a previously uploaded file from e-junkie?
Hello, I have a file uploaded to e-junkie that I need to access myself (the owner of the file, not a customer) as I am away from my home computer. Is it possible for me to download it from e-junkie without "purchasing" it from my site? Thank you for your help! MORE»

Posted by BigCatArt on September 8, 2014 @ 21:29 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions

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AWeber Parser not working
Hi there, I noticed that since a couple of days ago my buyers are not being added to AWeber. I checked the email and it's correct ( & so I started lookign somwhere else and I found the following... The original parse for ejunkie included in AWeber has teh following two rules: Rule 1: buyer_email:\s+(.*)\n Match: body Store In: Email Rule 2: buyer_name:\s+(.*)\n? Match: body Store In: Name but the notification email that is being sent to AWeber has first_name and payer_email. This forced me to create a new parser that I hope works. So, what could've happened here? Thanks, MORE»

Posted by Guillermo on September 7, 2014 @ 22:02 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions

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Getting address from customer without forcing a zip code
Is there any way to see a customers address (for tax purposes) but not force them to enter their zip code on the first page of checkout? It requires the cart to be updated, which is very annoying because they enter the zip, then if they do not click "update car", it kicks them back and makes the customer re-enter the zip code, then update cart, then click the checkout button. Problem is that if the zipcode is not required, then PayPal will not show me the buyers address, and I don't know which customers are from the state that I need to collect sales tax from... MORE»

Posted by iddesert on September 2, 2014 @ 18:21 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions

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I have changed my price on the first page of the edit process, saved and proceeded through each page, following the instructions. However, my customers are still seeing a much lower price on the shopping cart - one that I never set up. I have the price box enabled to adjust the price manually, but it still confuses people to see the item listed at half price. How do I get it to say my price? Thanks! MORE»

Posted by CarolAMFCC on August 29, 2014 @ 10:23 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions

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Thanks E-junkieGuru for the update and as always look forward to the new version once its here. As for receipts, I am sure I have covered this in detail elsewhere so I feel disappointed that I have to spell it out again. E-junkies is simply incapable of producing a decent acceptable receipt with the list of products included, either in the thank you page or sent by email. There is no token to include the list of products. A receipt MUST HAVE a list of products. I know the payment is processed by processors like paypal, but your system "knows" when a transaction has succeeded. You have access to invoice numbers, transaction IDs, prices, customer details, date of purchase, etc., all of which is present in the email you send a supplier about each transaction. Yes, let me say that again. You already send the info in an email to us along with a whole lot of other info that is suitable only for the supplier. Therefor you can certainly format the same information in a different way and create a receipt.. MORE»

Posted by Henry on September 15, 2014 @ 22:42 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions
Block or ban mailinator email addresses from free downloads?
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Posted by Landro on September 12, 2014 @ 08:43 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions
PDF Stamping Not Working
I found the problem - the e-junkie website uses some sort of flash or different technology that makes copy/pasting and refreshing of fields work differently. When I went into the field of the payment variable, you have to manually select the whole field and paste or else there is left over information. Anyways, it's fixed. MORE»

Posted by dearman on September 10, 2014 @ 16:05 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions
Cost Effective Ecommerce Services
Technoduce Triocommerce provide all in one merchant platform combining deals, auction and products. At affordable cost. MORE»

Posted by smithwills654 on September 7, 2014 @ 23:21 GMT -7 under Flaunt your store
Block Certain Countries?
To follow up on this, the PayPal options aren't really helpful. There is no "review" option, only accept, accept and report, or deny. The first two do nothing to stop fraud, and the third stops legitimate buyers, too. So, PayPal's no help there. As for using a third party service, that makes this generally more complicated than I need it to be. I don't deal with fraud very often, so I prefer an option that allows me to filter transactions based on IP location, should the need arise. Lastly, I obviously use the block buyers/transactions option, but that does no good. If a buyer is savvy enough to use a proxy to hide their IP address (as mentioned above as a reason IP blocking wouldn't work), then they are QUITE savvy enough to constantly be changing email addresses they use to conduct their fraud. That would make the process way too REactive, as it is now, which does nothing. I need to be PROactive in my abilities to stop fraud. As I stated before, I think IP address blocking would be.. MORE»

Posted by mikesay98 on August 29, 2014 @ 13:02 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions
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