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?.!!. 17 years 3 days back by PTA Abandoner I have believed a number of times about creating an affiliate marketing program for our PTA (a nice nontaxable fundraising event)that would be run thru our web page to suggest methods that moms and dads might support the PTA w/o buying another catalog product they didn't need.
Ever see the ads that are put on all web pages nowadays? The owners of the websites get a portion of the sales made by people that click the ads (precisely like the Escrip programs, however without paying a % for them to run the program for you).
Has anybody produced a fundraising page like this in their PTA/PTO Site?? In addition to the Boxtops 4 Education website, escrip, and a couple of others that we've discussed in this site, there are numerous family-friendly companies that will pay for your group's sales. I specifically like the Publication Business that provides 100 different publication memberships @ $3.
50/subscription. They are legitimate - I have two times ordered gifts from them. I simply wished to see if anyone has actually tried this yet before I recommend it to my group. BTW - it costs nothing to attempt!! NOTE: I'm not offering anything here-I similar to these concepts better than the knapsack reveal!! [10-14-2003, 11:51 PM: Message edited by: PTA Renegade] 17 years 3 days earlier by Cathyb283 Thank you for raising this subject! I've been doing some research study and these appear to be no brainers.
Less More Posts: 2099 Thank you gotten: 1 17 years 3 days back by Rockne Hey Abandoner -This is precisely the same concept as package Tops for Education Marketplace and Schoolcash. com and Schoolpop. com and so on. You * can * set up direct relationships with all of the different online shops, however I don't think it would be worth the effort.
They do all the work dealing with hundreds of various online stores and working out discounts (a big headache for a single person); 2. They supply marketing and advertising materials to you totally free; 3. They have professional Web designers who know how to encourage your fans to help your school and make the shop-through experience much easier.
Their tracking and reporting systems will make your life a lot simpler. (Ex: one check vs. dozens of much smaller checks). My 2 conclusions after viewing these programs for a long period of time: A. No matter which way you go, you're not going to break the bank here. Categorizing these with the "gathering" programs has to do with right.
I 'd definitely recommend going through a recognized vendor instead of reinventing the wheel on your own.(PS-- You can find several of these providers noted in our PTO Yellowpages. See link at left.)Tim PTO Today Founder 17 years 3 days ago by PTA Renegade Tim (and all): my thinking here is to supply a gateway to websites like the BTFE market (to get the moms and dads began), but also include some purchasing opportunites that benefit both the parent and the school (offer something in return for going to the website).
I have no interest in continuing with a QSP-type program due to the high expense to the parent/buyer. Also, does anyone know what the period of the cookies are for escrip and BTFE Marketplace? If it's a one-shot cookie our school gets a cut ONLY if a purchase is made at that time.
I would prefer a cookie set at 30-180 days, so that repeat buys would earn commissions as well. I am going to look and see if the commissions are substantially greater by going direct. I'm guessing they are like the different scrip business - extensively variable. I'll update as I discover.
Unless you have volunteers who can do all the deal with your site and keep it up, most likely excessive effort. The one exception may be for Amazon. I wish to do their affiliate marketing program given that they don't get involved with Boxtops etal-- the idea is to set up an Amazon book shop and showcase some parenting resource books, things like that-- perhaps even have moms and dads write book reviews.
Likewise, you may want to look into iGive as another online shopping mall. They do a great deal of those magazine subscription things. The portions in general are lower than Boxtops etal, however there are a lot more suppliers available. 17 years 2 days back by PTA Renegade Hey There again! It appears that BTFE Market is on average, offering roughly 50% of the commissions it receives from vendors to the school groups.
CJ.com ), and many show up at about 50%. I think it resembles grocery scrip; much less expensive directly from the business. I'm still trying to get an answer on the cookie period issue and will report back. Time to create page: 0. 157 seconds.
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In reality, I have actually decided to avoid future telesummits and a lot of marketing collaborations that come my way and ... maybe it's none of my organization, but I think you should, too. Here's why ... Affiliate marketing programs are tactical partnerships which "take advantage of the power of the list", indicating they leverage the combined power of mailing lists when two or more coaches/internet marketers/gurus team up to promote products.
The program might benefit you financially in the brief run, however be an injustice to your clients and members of your newsletter ... and that could be a financial injustice to you in the long run. Just recently, a customer of mine mentioned something that he might utilize that a training coworker of mine does extremely well, so I discussed her to him, not for an affiliate fee, but because I know she might assist in this area.