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August 10, 2011 at 2:03 am in reply to: Carrying Over the Affiliate ID to Other Pages (Different WordPress Install) #34333August 9, 2011 at 1:57 am in reply to: Carrying Over the Affiliate ID to Other Pages (Different WordPress Install) #34331
This question is still related to Carrying Over the Affiliate ID.
I have the satellite plugin on another wp blog to be used as sales page with the Optimized Press theme. I use a different autoresponder, not the ones you have tested for your program. I want to add an optin box to captures email addresses on that landing page which will be the one given to affiliates (as of now, it’s [http://empowertochange.com/news/empower-you/] and when the person clicks the Button they will go to this one: [http://empowertochange.com/join] which it’s the shopping cart/sales page. I want to change this. I want:
1. on the landing page, i want to eliminate the button that takes the person to the shopping cart/sales page and instead, have an optin form. Once the person fills out the optin, MY autoresponder will send the person to the sales page or any other page.
will the satellite plugin will still carry over the affiliate, or will it be broken by having to pass through the optin form? Also, can we have multiple landing pages?
I don’t remember where I saw it. I think it was in one of the video tutorials. I am using paypal.July 29, 2011 at 6:19 pm in reply to: Can My Autoresponder/Email Marketing Manager be Integrated with Your Plugins? #19546
I forwarded my hosting the info but they couldn’t figure out how what your requirements were:
Our developers have checked the eStore plugin and as we can see it is not developed in order to work with all autoresponders that already exist.
You will need to contact the developers of eStore plugin in order for them to check and provide the exact code they need in order for the eResponder to be added to this plugin as an option.
Our eResponder has the same option to add subscribers by sending e-mail to your the campaign e-mail address.
For example your Campaign GVO Hosting and Conference e-mail address is
So, based on their reply… how can I get this to work. What info do they need or how your plugins can pass the info to the autoresponder direct email?July 26, 2011 at 11:03 pm in reply to: Carrying Over the Affiliate ID to Other Pages (Different WordPress Install) #34329
this is what the customer receives:
Details of Ordered Product: 1
Product ID: 1
Product Name: Empower 4 FREE
Total Items Ordered: 1
Name: Andres Cruz
Email:email (which i deleted)
Phone: Phone – deleted
Address: PO BOx 1010
City: Coconut Creek
Country: United States
as you can see no login info was passedJuly 26, 2011 at 10:44 pm in reply to: Carrying Over the Affiliate ID to Other Pages (Different WordPress Install) #34328
i have a free membership which i have to set up through the shopping cart with charge of $0. When the person click to join on that membership, the registration form opens and the person fills it out. They register for the free membership. they are sent an email with their details and i receive a notification with that persons detail. Well on that email with the person’s detail there wasn’t any login info nor user name or password so the person has no idea on how to login.July 25, 2011 at 6:25 pm in reply to: Carrying Over the Affiliate ID to Other Pages (Different WordPress Install) #34326
The issue is that the Customer DID receive the email and shows the info he entered for the free account, but in there there was No login info, only the same info entered on your form for 0 pmnt memberships.July 24, 2011 at 10:07 pm in reply to: Can My Autoresponder/Email Marketing Manager be Integrated with Your Plugins? #19544
what do you mean by this?:
“You simply have to add in the integration code for your own autoresponder in the above two functions so it can signup the customer.”
you mean pasting the form code for our particular autoresponder?July 24, 2011 at 8:33 pm in reply to: Carrying Over the Affiliate ID to Other Pages (Different WordPress Install) #34324
I checked my theme and does not have a page.php as it’s not a regular theme.
So I had opted for the satellite plugin.
I installed and registered for the free membership. It passed the information well with the referrer ID. I received the email as user and and the notification of the new signup.
The only problem now is that customer never received his login info? How will they know their user and password? i see the user entered both in wordpress as user and also in the membership area.
I appreciate if you can help on this, i am launching on Monday night.July 24, 2011 at 7:14 pm in reply to: Carrying Over the Affiliate ID to Other Pages (Different WordPress Install) #34323
Thanks for that link. really helpful.July 20, 2011 at 5:26 am in reply to: Carrying Over the Affiliate ID to Other Pages (Different WordPress Install) #34321
What happens is that the sales letters we are using are created using optinpress theme which creates the sales pages.
Another alternative is to create an html as landing. I can use the same membership blog as a sales page. The way it should work is: you have a sales letter page, once people read what’s about, they will clock the button which then should direct people to the pages with the different subscriptions to chose form [http://empowwertochange.com/join/]
So how could the affiliate links be created to be placed on the sales letter button? this is the way all affiliates works like clickbank for example.July 19, 2011 at 8:23 pm in reply to: Carrying Over the Affiliate ID to Other Pages (Different WordPress Install) #34319
That’s correct, I want to be able to build different landing pages which won’t be on the wordpress install where the plug ins and shopping cart are. Is this possible?
i got that part on how to place the buttons but I have this questions as I don’t know if it’s even possible:
I have 6 different membership packages/levels and want to assigned to each a different affiliated commission percentage. But I want that people in the least expensive package always earn say 15% regardless if the person he brings joins on the most expensive membership level. I don’t want him to earn the 35% that the higher level earns.
In addition, to most level I want to assign like a 1 time setup fee added up to the first monthly fee, then after will continue with the regular monthly membership fee. Is this possible?
oh I have no idea from which documentation i go it but the title says something like how to integrate eMember, wp shop and wp affiliate.
I purchased all your plugins and I am trying to integrate them.