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Hi my name is Jen and live and work in the UK Bedford, Bedfordshire. I am hoping to work from home as I am only

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I have just gone through a bundle of training on how to use clickbank and how to promote products. I am still confused on what I need to do, you create a hoplink then what do y

I not that far yet, I know I will need that information somewhere down the line.
Thanks for bringing "clickbank" to my attention.
Renita

Hi, I am an affiliate of ClickBank and I write a paragraph on the marketplace with my link call to action. Same if you just promoting a product, you insert the link into the call action.

Hi, I like your answer, and will be using the information gave on "clickbank" when the nred arises.
Thank you
Renita

Okay! thank you for the information.

I don't know, but I just wanted to let you know that you seem to be moving at light speed... Congratulations, you are a great example of what I need to be love
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Smile ;)...!

Thank you

if you are writing a review then you just do that.. break down the product, explain its pros and cons and then put a call to action near the end.

Links can be use within images, text or perhaps widgets?

Thank you for the advice I will see what I can do.

Yep..you find a way to "promote" your chosen product, either via reviewing it, or having it connected somehow to the subject of your blog post, and attatch your link to it.

Thank you for getting back to me. I will do some more research into this.

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How do you incorporate clickbank links into your website?

How do you incorporate clickbank links into your website?

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I have just gone through a bundle of training on how to use clickbank and how to promote products. I am still confused on what I need to do, you create a hoplink then what do y

I not that far yet, I know I will need that information somewhere down the line.
Thanks for bringing "clickbank" to my attention.
Renita

Hi, I am an affiliate of ClickBank and I write a paragraph on the marketplace with my link call to action. Same if you just promoting a product, you insert the link into the call action.

Hi, I like your answer, and will be using the information gave on "clickbank" when the nred arises.
Thank you
Renita

Okay! thank you for the information.

I don't know, but I just wanted to let you know that you seem to be moving at light speed... Congratulations, you are a great example of what I need to be love
AW
Smile ;)...!

Thank you

if you are writing a review then you just do that.. break down the product, explain its pros and cons and then put a call to action near the end.

Links can be use within images, text or perhaps widgets?

Thank you for the advice I will see what I can do.

Yep..you find a way to "promote" your chosen product, either via reviewing it, or having it connected somehow to the subject of your blog post, and attatch your link to it.

Thank you for getting back to me. I will do some more research into this.

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I was wondering if I can use brand name store image like EBay, Amazon etc on my website.

You can mention in a text like"I bought this on Amazon", or "You can find this on Ebay". That is OK. But you have to be very careful when you use somebody's logo: as a rule of thumb you should ALWAYS ask a permission to use someone's logo. If you're an affiliate, you probably get the permission and they send you the type of logo that they allow you to use. But within a text as part of normal conversion, ie. blog text, you can say where you bought things from or you can recommend to look up things, that is fine.

Thank you, that clears up my question.

I think so, not sure but, I bought items from websites that didn't have anything to do but what I bought

Okay!!!

You might want to check further into this... Don't hold me to this..research first, but I believe you can use a brand name if you are an affilliate, and the name is clickable and goes directly to thier site. Again..research before you do.

Thanks, I was going to use links to the sites anyway, but I will google it.

Just to clarify JenJen... Glen is correct. Sorry, I misunderstood your post; I didn't realise that you were an affiliate with Amazon - what am I like eh?

If you're an affiliate, you can cover your page with their logo or what ever if you so wish... I wouldn't advise TOO much of it though, but that's just my humble opinion.

Again, as Glen states, double check on Google and with Amazon as well.

Hope that's cleared your query up :)

Hi there

You didn't misunderstand my question, I was actually trying to establish if I could use other stores logo's on my site. I now understand that this is not possible unless I am an affiliate with each particular store.

Phew... we got there in the end lol. That's all that matters :)

Hi,
You should not use brand names or their images... you'll get into trouble if you do.

Good advice there... don't even THINK about doing it JenJen.

Them's the rules I'm afraid... break 'em, and you suffer the consequences :)

Okay!! thank you for getting back to me regarding this matter. Need to think of something else now.

Okay thank you. I don't want to get bang up so I will follow the rules cheers.

I was an affiliate with Amazon sometime back. I use their logo and also one of Sears, I was in an affiliate there also. you might want to check this out because it was about 10 years ago since I did that. Good luck and May God Bless You and Yours!

Thank you for getting back to me, I am not going to take the risk as I said before I am not going the prison for some brand name images.

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Can I use brand name store images like ebay on my website?

Can I use brand name store images like ebay on my website?

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I was wondering if I can use brand name store image like EBay, Amazon etc on my website.

You can mention in a text like"I bought this on Amazon", or "You can find this on Ebay". That is OK. But you have to be very careful when you use somebody's logo: as a rule of thumb you should ALWAYS ask a permission to use someone's logo. If you're an affiliate, you probably get the permission and they send you the type of logo that they allow you to use. But within a text as part of normal conversion, ie. blog text, you can say where you bought things from or you can recommend to look up things, that is fine.

Thank you, that clears up my question.

I think so, not sure but, I bought items from websites that didn't have anything to do but what I bought

Okay!!!

You might want to check further into this... Don't hold me to this..research first, but I believe you can use a brand name if you are an affilliate, and the name is clickable and goes directly to thier site. Again..research before you do.

Thanks, I was going to use links to the sites anyway, but I will google it.

Just to clarify JenJen... Glen is correct. Sorry, I misunderstood your post; I didn't realise that you were an affiliate with Amazon - what am I like eh?

If you're an affiliate, you can cover your page with their logo or what ever if you so wish... I wouldn't advise TOO much of it though, but that's just my humble opinion.

Again, as Glen states, double check on Google and with Amazon as well.

Hope that's cleared your query up :)

Hi there

You didn't misunderstand my question, I was actually trying to establish if I could use other stores logo's on my site. I now understand that this is not possible unless I am an affiliate with each particular store.

Phew... we got there in the end lol. That's all that matters :)

Hi,
You should not use brand names or their images... you'll get into trouble if you do.

Good advice there... don't even THINK about doing it JenJen.

Them's the rules I'm afraid... break 'em, and you suffer the consequences :)

Okay!! thank you for getting back to me regarding this matter. Need to think of something else now.

Okay thank you. I don't want to get bang up so I will follow the rules cheers.

I was an affiliate with Amazon sometime back. I use their logo and also one of Sears, I was in an affiliate there also. you might want to check this out because it was about 10 years ago since I did that. Good luck and May God Bless You and Yours!

Thank you for getting back to me, I am not going to take the risk as I said before I am not going the prison for some brand name images.

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I have been looking a E-commerce wordpress themes and everyone is saying that woocommerce is the best one to use. I was just wondering if anyone had one so I could have a look

I've been wondering about e-commerce website too. Thank you for sharing. I'm learning from the responses here.

In most cases an ecommerce sites are sites where there is a pay window involved. Also you would need to find products to feature and sale. You should learn more about it before jumping into it as it is not the same as affiliate marketing. The liability is also a risk. I would definitely look deeper before you decide which way to go. It can get costly without experience.

Thank you for getting back to me. I was just curious and wanted to know if anyone had an e-commerce site. I won't be doing anything until I have researched it in full.

yes I Have One Called Woo Commerce.....Actually it has a plugin called woo commerce.... I Am Still fairly new at building my website.
jzecommercesolutions.com

Thank you for sharing your website. I was actually looking for a retailer shop theme, but thank again.

There is a number of them that I looked at jen That Had A Retail product store look

Was that on WordPress and was it free?

There was probably 4 that were free That I was Looking At Jen

Okay!! JayZ I will check them out. thank you once again.

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Has anyone got a e-commerce website?

Has anyone got a e-commerce website?

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I have been looking a E-commerce wordpress themes and everyone is saying that woocommerce is the best one to use. I was just wondering if anyone had one so I could have a look

I've been wondering about e-commerce website too. Thank you for sharing. I'm learning from the responses here.

In most cases an ecommerce sites are sites where there is a pay window involved. Also you would need to find products to feature and sale. You should learn more about it before jumping into it as it is not the same as affiliate marketing. The liability is also a risk. I would definitely look deeper before you decide which way to go. It can get costly without experience.

Thank you for getting back to me. I was just curious and wanted to know if anyone had an e-commerce site. I won't be doing anything until I have researched it in full.

yes I Have One Called Woo Commerce.....Actually it has a plugin called woo commerce.... I Am Still fairly new at building my website.
jzecommercesolutions.com

Thank you for sharing your website. I was actually looking for a retailer shop theme, but thank again.

There is a number of them that I looked at jen That Had A Retail product store look

Was that on WordPress and was it free?

There was probably 4 that were free That I was Looking At Jen

Okay!! JayZ I will check them out. thank you once again.

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I have just spent quite a bit of time posting and share blogs, and training on Google + to only find out that they have all been removed. Has this happen to anyone else.

great advice Jude,i've decided to post my content and banners on my blog (outside of WA) and chase traffic to it.

This can happen when sharing too many affiliate links on the same day.

You can try using the google link shortener: https://goo.gl/

You should not have this problem when sharing the link to a post or page on your own website. You can write a post on your website about WA content of interest and then send G+ visitors to your site instead. That way you will get traffic to your site and the visitor might decide to visit the affiliate link from your site.

~Jude

Thank you for answering this question. It makes sense now, I will try goo.gl and see what happen.

What do you mean they have been removed? Did you get a message explaining why? Any rules broken on Google+?

If google+ has a support email/phone number, try asking them directly what's going on and why.

Thank you for getting back to me. I just got the answer from judebanks
but I will investigate and email them.

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Why can't you share wa blogs, training on google ?

Why can't you share wa blogs, training on google ?

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I have just spent quite a bit of time posting and share blogs, and training on Google + to only find out that they have all been removed. Has this happen to anyone else.

great advice Jude,i've decided to post my content and banners on my blog (outside of WA) and chase traffic to it.

This can happen when sharing too many affiliate links on the same day.

You can try using the google link shortener: https://goo.gl/

You should not have this problem when sharing the link to a post or page on your own website. You can write a post on your website about WA content of interest and then send G+ visitors to your site instead. That way you will get traffic to your site and the visitor might decide to visit the affiliate link from your site.

~Jude

Thank you for answering this question. It makes sense now, I will try goo.gl and see what happen.

What do you mean they have been removed? Did you get a message explaining why? Any rules broken on Google+?

If google+ has a support email/phone number, try asking them directly what's going on and why.

Thank you for getting back to me. I just got the answer from judebanks
but I will investigate and email them.

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