So you want to be an affiliate?
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If you have a Website, you can make some extra money for yourself by promoting Guide to Getting the Teaching Job of Your Dreams.

When a customer links from your site to mine, and purchases the eBook, you will make a generous 60% commission.

It's easy.  It's free!  It's a great way to make some money with your Website!


Questions
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Will I have to interact with customers or take credit card numbers?
No.  You will just provide a ClickBank link on your site.  ClickBank, a trusted Internet retailer, will do all of the work.

Is it completely free?
Absolutely.  Not only am I the author of the eBook, I also am a ClickBank affiliate for other books.  Clickbank is a safe, reliable, growing company that has a good reputation throughout the Internet community.  Most major eBooks are sold through them.

Do I have to buy the book to be an affiliate?
No.  You do not need to buy the book to be an affiliate.

How often will I get paid?
ClickBank sends out checks up to twice a month.

How do I sign up?
Follow the 3 easy steps below. Then, you can begin promoting the eBook on your Website immediately!


Make 60% Commission
for Each Copy Sold
Through your Affiliate Link
STEP 1:  Get a Free ClickBank Username
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Click here to sign up for your ClickBank username.  Since ClickBank is the retailer that sells the eBook, they'll need your information so they can add money to your account when someone buys a book through your link.


STEP 2:  Add a Link on Your Site
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You'll place a unique link on your Website that directs customers to my Website.  Any customers from your site that end up purchasing a copy of the eBook will earn you money!

After you've signed up for a ClickBank account (Step 1), you're going to add this link to your Website:

               http://YOURUSERNAME.fireboat.hop.clickbank.net

Of course, you will have to change the red letters to your Clickbank user name.
(As you can see from the link, fireboat is my Clickbank nickname.)

Just add the link above to your site and you'll be ready to start promoting the Guide to Getting the Teaching Job of Your Dreams!


STEP 3:  Market the eBook
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Advertise the eBook however you like!  Find people who are looking for teaching jobs and get the to click on your hoplink.  Whenever they buy a book, you'll earn money!

You can advertise the book:
  1. On your Website
  2. In your e-mail newsletter
  3. On mailing lists or Listserv groups
  4. On forums (many forums will allow ads in the signature; Check forum policies)
  5. Yahoo! Search Marketing Advertisements
  6. Google AdWords
  7. Through article marketing


For information about the book and marketing tips, visit my affiliate resource page!
Do you have any other questions?  Feel free to e-mail me using the contact  link at the bottom of this page.  Or send your e-mail directly to

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P.S.  Feel free to use the graphics below when you advertise the book.   A colorful graphic will make the book stand out, resulting in more clicks.  :)
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P.P.S.  Feel free to reproduce any of the articles on my articles page.  Change the links at the end to your affiliate link.  The articles are excellent, FREE content for your website or mailing list newsletter.
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