Good Networks for Noobs?

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  1. arbydar

    arbydar VIP

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    Hey Guys and Gals, got a question for the pro's here.

    An old friend of mine has been a fringe mailer now for many years - mainly to promote her MLM program.
    That's not working out so well lately (not a huge surprise) so she wants to send out offers, but she is
    really quite green with anything outside of what she has done previously. Since she is 77 I doubt she'll
    want to go on much of a learning path. She has asked me to recommend some easy to use networks.
    Well I don't do much with networks other than ADK and the ilk.

    Can anyone recommend an easy to use (something that you would suggest for your grandma) network?
     
  2. DKPMO

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    Do you really expect her to learn how to set up servers and troubleshoot them via Linux command line?

    Seriously, I think only the most turnkey systems could be a fit for her... But then again if there is no actual tasks for her to do, why would anyone want to offer this kind of deal to her?
     
  3. arbydar

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    She already has the servers, just needs a simple to use network - copy and paste, no configuring creatives.
    Definitely no Linux lol
     
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    try crush, clickbooth, I mean there are a lot of networks out there who willing to take on noobs, you just have to tell them that and they will help you out. If not, moving on to the next network.
     
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    Going ol school here, Clickbank is easy enough... I dont use them now but I used them early in my marketing career. Most offers there have their own affiliate pages where she'll be able to grab email swipes and what not.
     
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    k, good advice guys, thanks
    Crush, Clickbooth or Clickbank.
     
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    Definitely want to hear how it goes
     
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    convert2media , ads4dough, neverblue are good too!
     

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