Tools & Resources
"Save Your Photos and Your Sanity!"
We’re happy to have you on our Affiliate
team, and we want to do all we can to help you succeed. You may use the
following tools on your website, in your newsletters and in your
permission based e-mail correspondence.
Feel free to use this article in your
newsletters providing you include the bio. This can help you promote
our e-book "Save Your Photos and Your Sanity".
Simply click on the
Frazzled With Your Photo Collection?
Feel free to use these as is or fine-tune them as
you see fit.
Important Note: To
ensure that you receive your commissions, be sure to replace the word
“AFFILIATE” in the addresses below with your unique
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Organize and Protect Your Entire Photo
Collection in as Little as 10 Days...Without Losing Your Mind
Have you got years and years' worth of photos that
have never even made it out of the film developers' envelopes? Worse
yet, have you got rolls and rolls of film that haven't even been
developed? Are you up to your eyeballs in boxes and stashes of photos
that are a jumbled mess?
You're not alone . . . and there is help.
Have you got years and years’ worth of
photos to organize and absolutely no idea where to begin?
You’ll love this simple, step-by-step plan
to help you organize your entire photo collection in as little as 10
days . . . without losing your mind!
Of course, the most effective “ads”
are personal endorsements. So feel free to get creative and write your
You’ll be amazed at the results you can
achieve simply by sending out a brief, personal e-mail to your
Some people get turned off by affiliate links, so
you may find that you get better results if you “disguise”
the fact that you’re using an affiliate link.
If you have your own web site, you can create a
page that does something called a "redirect". Basically, this means
that your visitor will click a link that looks like a page on your web
site, but then that page sends them invisibly to your affiliate link.
To create a redirect page:
This "redirect" page is what you would share with
people. So rather than people having to type in:
They could type in:
(Or “organize your photos”,
“photo organizing”, or anything else you’d like.)
The "saveyourphotos.html" document that you would
post on your web site would contain this tag:
Reminder: Be sure to replace
“AFFILIATE” with your unique Clickbank ID.
(No wrapping lines of course - this would be a
continuous line in your html code. If your browser breaks it up, you
will need to "re-assemble" it in your HTML editor! If you're not clear
on how to incorporate this code into an HTML document, you should
consult your webmaster.)
When visitors go to the saveyourphotos.html page,
they would immediately be redirected to your “Save Your Photos
and Your Sanity” affiliate page, and you would receive full
credit for any resulting sales!
If you don't have a web site of your own and don't
have the ability to create a web page, then you can use a "URL
Shortening" service, such as http://www.tinyurl.com. These services
take a long, awkward URL, and shorten them.
For example, using tinyurl.com, this URL:
They both go to the same place (the page you're
reading now), but one is highly unlikely to "wrap" in an email program,
and it's not as obvious that it's an affiliate link.
If there's anything we can do to help make your
affiliate promotions more successful, please let us know.
You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All the Best,
Chris Sutton & Tracey DuBois
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