This is the standalone DVD - which I think is a really, really good DVD. Although I may be a bit biased. I would think folks with a youtube channel or blog could do a review of the dvd. Or come up with a bunch of different topics around rocket mass heaters or wood heat and point to it.
For people that are exploring getting started with affiliate programs this could be a good gateway.
Here is the info about setting up an affiliate account here:
Already got the account setup on here so good to go on that note. I just bought the domain for my blog and I will be taking an online course (free) from a site called problogger about setting up a blog as a business. Been listening to their podcast for a while and it seems good.
I'm trying to "do it right" and setup the blog from the start as a business instead of just a share what I'm doing and hope for money type of thing. Affiliate links are going to be a big part of it at the start - later I hope to switch to focusing on my own products. I appreciate the suggestion and I know I will be relying on this site a lot to help get the blog going.
Do you want to work with nature to grow your own food and build a natural life? Check out Wild Homesteading's thread on permies to get started.
I exchanged emails with a person the appears to have a lot more experience with affiliate stuff than I have. That person made it clear that a 50% affiliate fee is the norm with big time affiliate people. So I changed all of my other rocket mass heater stuff from 40% to 50%. The HD streaming version of "cob style" is still set to 80%.
So if you sell the 8-DVD as physical dvds for $110, then you get $55.
Dave Burton wrote:To find your affiliate page, go to the top of permies.com and go to the button that says MyStuff. Click this, and go to DM Threads- I am an Affiliate.
I was about to suggest a much longer path - but this short path is good!
There is a link at the bottom of every page that says "affiliate program" - i am looking into getting that to go directly to your affiliate stuff if you are logged in and signed up for the affiliate junk.