This past weekend, after several hours of editing, rewriting & tedious linking, Version 2 of the Noreast Whips Make A Real Nylon Whip Instructional Ebook (may need to shorten that a bit ) is complete. Those of you who’ve purchased the original version of the instructions are eligible for a free version 2 update. I’ve sent out emails to all of you who are on the purchase list. You only have a limited time to download version 2 before the link in your email expires. If the link in your email does expire, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, & I’ll send you another email with the link again.
For the past several months, I’ve had the idea to offer the whipmaking download for resale by other people. Anyone who has a website, blog, spends time on Facebook, Myspace, etc. or just emails a lot, can make money by referring others to the Noreast Whips website to purchase the Make A Real Nylon Whip download. I finally got a push to do it when on the phone with a fellow whipmaker last week.
The whipmaking ebook is hosted on a server through the website www.Payloadz.com. All you need to do to become an affiliate of Noreast Whips & sell the ebook yourself, is follow the instructions below. You don’t even need to purchase the instructions yourself! Here’s what to do:
- Go to www.Payloadz.com & sign up for a FREE account.
- Once you’ve signed up, go to the Payloadz homepage, scroll to the "Affiliates" tab at the top of the page. On the drop-down menu, click on "Available Affiliate Products."
- The next page that loads will show you a list of current affiliate offers. At the top, in the box that says "Keywords," type in the word "whipmaking." Hit search & my product will come up.
- Click on the "Details" link to the right. The page will open up with the details of my whipmaking ebook, with a couple different options which you can use to promote it. Option 1 is good for use in emails. Option 2 is for selling it directly from your site or blog. You can use one option or both. That’s it.
Plug in the link on your site, blog or email, and you’re good to go. You’ll want to "hide" your affiliate link, or cloak it, as they say, so that it looks a bit more easy to read. It’s all very easy to do. If anything sounds confusing, or you have any questions about it, shoot me an email to email@example.com & I’ll help you through it.