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?.!!. 17 years 3 days back by PTA Renegade I have believed several times about developing an affiliate marketing program for our PTA (a good nontaxable fundraiser)that would be operated thru our websites to suggest ways that parents might support the PTA w/o buying another brochure item they didn't need.
Ever see the advertisements that are placed on all websites nowadays? The owners of the web pages get a percentage of the sales made by individuals that click on the advertisements (precisely like the Escrip programs, however without paying a % for them to run the program for you).
Has anyone developed a fundraising page like this in their PTA/PTO Website?? In addition to the Boxtops 4 Education site, escrip, and a couple of others that we've discussed in this site, there are numerous family-friendly business that will spend for your group's sales. I particularly like the Magazine Business that provides 100 different publication subscriptions @ $3.
50/subscription. They are legit - I have twice ordered gifts from them. I just desired to see if anyone has tried this yet before I recommend it to my group. BTW - it costs absolutely nothing to try!! KEEP IN MIND: I'm not offering anything here-I much like these concepts much better than the knapsack express!! [10-14-2003, 11:51 PM: Message modified by: PTA Abandoner] 17 years 3 days ago by Cathyb283 Thank you for raising this subject! I have actually 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 Renegade -This is precisely the very same principle as package Tops for Education Market and Schoolcash. com and Schoolpop. com and so on. You * can * set up direct relationships with all of the numerous online shops, however I don't believe it would be worth the effort.
They do all the work dealing with hundreds of different online stores and working out discounts (a huge headache for a single person); 2. They provide marketing and advertising products to you totally free; 3. They have professional Web designers who understand how to motivate your advocates to assist your school and make the shop-through experience simpler.
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 watching these programs for a very long time: A. No matter which method you go, you're not going to spend a lot here. Categorizing these with the "gathering" programs is about right.
I 'd certainly advise going through an established supplier rather than transforming the wheel on your own.(PS-- You can discover several of these companies listed in our PTO Yellowpages. See link at left.)Tim PTO Today Founder 17 years 3 days back by PTA Renegade Tim (and all): my thinking here is to supply a gateway to websites like the BTFE marketplace (to get the moms and dads began), but likewise include some buying opportunites that benefit both the parent and the school (give 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 anybody know what the period of the cookies are for escrip and BTFE Market? If it's a one-shot cookie our school gets a cut ONLY if a purchase is made at that time.
I would choose a cookie set at 30-180 days, so that repeat buys would make commissions as well. I am going to look and see if the commissions are significantly greater by going direct. I'm thinking they are like the different scrip business - commonly variable. I'll upgrade as I discover.
Unless you have volunteers who can do all the work on your website and keep it up, probably too much effort. The one exception might be for Amazon. I wish to do their affiliate marketing program since they don't participate with Boxtops etal-- the concept is to set up an Amazon bookstore and display some parenting resource books, things like that-- perhaps even have parents compose book evaluations.
Also, you might desire to look into iGive as another online shopping center. They do a great deal of those publication subscription things. The percentages overall are lower than Boxtops etal, but there are a lot more suppliers available. 17 years 2 days ago by PTA Renegade Hey There once again! It appears that BTFE Market is on average, giving around 50% of the commissions it gets from suppliers to the school groups.
CJ.com ), and many show up at about 50%. I guess it resembles grocery scrip; more affordable straight from the business. I'm still trying to get a response on the cookie period problem and will report back. Time to create page: 0. 157 seconds.
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In fact, I have actually decided to prevent future telesummits and most marketing collaborations that come my way and ... possibly it's none of my business, however I think you should, too. Here's why ... Affiliate marketing programs are tactical collaborations which "leverage the power of the list", suggesting they take advantage of the combined power of mailing lists when 2 or more coaches/internet marketers/gurus group up to promote products.
The program may benefit you financially in the short run, but be a disservice to your clients and members of your newsletter ... which could be a financial injustice to you in the long run. Recently, a customer of mine mentioned something that he could use that a coaching associate of mine does really well, so I discussed her to him, not for an affiliate cost, however because I know she could help in this area.