Strategy guides for getting laid at home and abroad By ROOSH V

I offer 75% affiliate sharing of all eBook purchases in my store, regardless of which book you were promoting. I'm offering a high percentage because some customers you send will purchase my books through Amazon, where you do not get a commission.

The affiliate program is tracked by E-Junkie, a third-party e-commerce site I use to deliver my ebooks to buyers. They keep track of sales you make using a browser-based cookie that lasts on a customer's computer for six months.

Within the first two weeks of the month I send your commission via Paypal for sales from the previous month. For example, let's say in the month of June you sell four copies of Bang for a commission of $44.91. I will then Paypal you $44.91 by the end of the second week of July.

To participate in the affiliate program you have to sign up with E-Junkie using this link. Sign-up is free and takes twenty seconds.

1. Once you verify your new E-Junkie account, sign in and make sure you are in the Affiliate Admin section of the Affiliate tab.

2. Click on Edit Profile to put in the Paypal address where you want me to send your commissions.

3. Return to the Affiliate Admin screen and then click the Get Affiliate Code text link. You should see "Roosh V" as the only merchant in the drop-down menu. Click the orange Get Affiliate Code button.

4. Go to the second option to grab the Product Specific Affiliate Link. You will see several of my books. Pick the one you want to promote. (The Common Affiliate Link sends the customer to the main Bang Guides page.) On the next page you'll receive the affiliate link for the book.

5. Improve the link's appearance. The E-junkie link will be ugly. Make it prettier by using a URL shortening tool like You could also use a simple redirection file that you upload on your server.

6. Test your final link to make sure it works.

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