Affiliate Program for Webmasters

Do you have a model, nautical gift or boating related website?

If yes- you can sell my new Build a Ship in a Bottle how to ebook and earn 70% commission on each book sold.
 


 

Captain Dan Berg's
Build a Ship in a Bottle
The complete how to guide to the ancient mariners art of ship in a bottle building
 

Do you have a related website?

You can earn 70% profit with no expenditure!

It only takes a few minutes to set up.

Just follow the instructions listed below. Then sit back and wait for your first check.

 

 

To sell my Ship in a Bottle downloadable ebook please follow the instructions below.

 
    1) Go to my website http://www.aquaexplorers.com/shipsinabottle.htm

and copy and paste any image onto your own website. You will use this to create a link to clickbanks sales page.

 
    2) Got to www.clickbank.com and sign up as an affiliate. Clickbank is the online service I use to manage my ebook sales and affiliate commissions. Sign up is free. Make sure to fill in all information including your address. This allows clickbank to send you a check every two weeks. During the set up process you will be asked to create an ID or "Nickname". Make sure you write down this nickname and your password. Otherwise you will not be able to check any sales reports in the future.
 
    3) On clickbank click on "Marketplace", Then search for "ship in a bottle model". Mine should be the first site listed. It will say "Capt's guide to building a ship in a bottle" . click on "Promote" then type in your Nickname and hit "create". Clickbank basically creates a link to my product page that gives you credit for any books sold. Just copy the Hoplink Code and paste it as HTML code into your web page - paste it under the Ship in a Bottle Photo and you are all done.
 
 
You are now done. Now just sit back and wait for clickbank to send a check. You will earn a  70% commission for each book sold. Once you see that its working you can enhance the website ad or even use the same link in emails.
 
 

Sincerely,
Capt. Dan Berg
wreckvalle@aol.com


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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