Comments on: A Website Built And Published In Just 5 Minutes: Google Pages /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html Online Marketing and SEM with Robert Kingston from Brisbane Sun, 30 Mar 2008 06:23:54 +0000 https://wordpress.org/?v=2.3.3 By: Robin /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html#comment-4346 Robin Mon, 11 Feb 2008 19:28:43 +0000 /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html#comment-4346 @Robert E-junkie's primary focus (thourgh our commercial product https://www.e-junkie.com/ and our free product https://www.fatfreecart.com/) is to provide a copy-paste solution to enable existing websites to start selling digital and tangible products easily rather than having to use a full blown storefront solution. @Robert E-junkie’s primary focus (thourgh our commercial product https://www.e-junkie.com/ and our free product https://www.fatfreecart.com/) is to provide a copy-paste solution to enable existing websites to start selling digital and tangible products easily rather than having to use a full blown storefront solution.

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By: Robert Kingston /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html#comment-645 Robert Kingston Sun, 15 Jul 2007 21:51:06 +0000 /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html#comment-645 Hey Ed, I think E-Junkie looks good, but then again, I haven't sold anything online before through sites like those. I consistently hear that a lot of people use a site called Commission Junction to sell digital goods. Ultimately I think it depends on what you'd like to sell. If it's a digital product, Commission Junction might be the way because they have a large base of affiliates who will happily sell your products. If not, then Ebay is pretty good for physical products. Sometimes, Yaro and I take products from Commission Junction and sell them on the bike forums we manage. We've never really bothered checking another place out. Also, with Ebay, there's a great new affiliate program running where you can sell ebay items on your site. Checkout AuctionAds. If you're going to sell physical products you may also want to look into Drop-Shipping. With drop shipping, you don't even need to keep an inventory at home - if someone buys something, the order goes straight to the drop shipping company and they take care of delivery. Unfortunately I can't recommend any to you. Besides that, there's always Amazon's A-Store. I don't find it particularly good but if you're selling books or something to certain niches, I hear you can make a lot of money. These guys in particular make a good few dollars worth with their A-Store I hear: https://astore.amazon.com/playboystore-20/ There are a lot of options out there and it'll be a tough decision to make. It looks like you've found a good solution so far though. Anyway, goodluck Ed! Let me know how you go... Hey Ed,

I think E-Junkie looks good, but then again, I haven’t sold anything online before through sites like those. I consistently hear that a lot of people use a site called Commission Junction to sell digital goods.

Ultimately I think it depends on what you’d like to sell. If it’s a digital product, Commission Junction might be the way because they have a large base of affiliates who will happily sell your products. If not, then Ebay is pretty good for physical products. Sometimes, Yaro and I take products from Commission Junction and sell them on the bike forums we manage. We’ve never really bothered checking another place out. Also, with Ebay, there’s a great new affiliate program running where you can sell ebay items on your site. Checkout AuctionAds.

If you’re going to sell physical products you may also want to look into Drop-Shipping. With drop shipping, you don’t even need to keep an inventory at home - if someone buys something, the order goes straight to the drop shipping company and they take care of delivery. Unfortunately I can’t recommend any to you.

Besides that, there’s always Amazon’s A-Store. I don’t find it particularly good but if you’re selling books or something to certain niches, I hear you can make a lot of money. These guys in particular make a good few dollars worth with their A-Store I hear:
https://astore.amazon.com/playboystore-20/

There are a lot of options out there and it’ll be a tough decision to make. It looks like you’ve found a good solution so far though. Anyway, goodluck Ed! Let me know how you go…

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By: Ed Roach /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html#comment-643 Ed Roach Sun, 15 Jul 2007 14:11:49 +0000 /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html#comment-643 Interesting what Google is doing. It doesn't support Mac's Safari browser yet. Bummer. I may try it with Firefox. Thanks Robert. P.S. Do you have any info on monetizing sites (I think that is what I mean)? I plan on opening 3 web stores and I like e-Junkie's offering the best so far. (www.e-junkie.com) Interesting what Google is doing. It doesn’t support Mac’s Safari browser yet. Bummer.
I may try it with Firefox.

Thanks Robert.

P.S.
Do you have any info on monetizing sites (I think that is what I mean)? I plan on opening 3 web stores and I like e-Junkie’s offering the best so far. (www.e-junkie.com)

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By: Robert Kingston /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html#comment-52 Robert Kingston Sun, 11 Mar 2007 03:41:03 +0000 /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html#comment-52 Hey B, Yeah, I think you can change the layout. You have to do it by hand in HTML to every page though. Hey B,

Yeah, I think you can change the layout. You have to do it by hand in HTML to every page though.

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By: b /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html#comment-51 b Sun, 11 Mar 2007 03:07:42 +0000 /9/personal-branding/google-pages-branding.html#comment-51 these are our vids. is there any way to make a custom layout for the the pages? these are our vids. is there any way to make a custom layout for the the pages?

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