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I understand e-junkie doesn't offer offer the option of banner links.
I plan to offer banners on my own site but I'm not quite sure how to do so sine I obviously can't give them the banner code that will include their own affiliate url. So I want to make sure I have a clear picture of what this will "look like" before I move forward.
All potential affiliates will have to signup on an affiliate email list to get the info. I am planning to ffer the e-junkie affiliate code and instructions in the final welcome email when they signup.
I'm assuming I can offer affiliates the banner *images* and then give them instructions on how to create a banner with the url given from e-junkie correct?
But since I can't see things from the affiliates perspective I have no idea how to give them those instructions. (I'd preferably like to give them snips of what they are looking for and examples of the banner code.)
I hope this makes sense. If anyone has any links to an example of something similar on another website I'd love that.
POSTED ON: April 25, 2011 @ 12:57 GMT -7
You can click your own sign-up link to join your own affiliate program, so you can see exactly what your affiliates will see in their own Affiliate Admins. You can use the Sellers and Affiliates tabs at the top of our site to pick which Admin you want to see at any moment while you're logged in.
This help page for affiliates explains our system from their perspective:
This page explains how they can get the bare link URL out of their full link code:
However, you may find it more straightforward to explain that they should simply replace the text "Click here to visit THE ORGANIC SISTER" in their standard link code with your banner's IMG tag, like so:
<a href="https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php?cl=124452&c=ib&aff=XXXXXX" target="ejejcsingle"><IMG SRC="http://www.yoursite.com/path/to/banner.jpg" BORDER=0></a>
The URL of your page providing instructions for affiliates should also go in your Seller Admin > Affiliate Program Settings > "More Information" link, so affiliates will have an easy way to find that page via the More Info button in their Affiliate Admin.
POSTED ON: April 25, 2011 @ 16:08 GMT -7
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