Thursday, October 9, 2008

Affiliate commission has been upped to 75%

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Hey, we are so excited about our Homeschooling ABCs class and want to get the word out about it. So, we are offering a 75% affiliate commission to anyone that wants to refer it to their friends or acquaintances. If you are interested, here's how you can get started:

You are free to use any wording that you find on the website ( or if you would rather, you can send out an article written by me entitled "5 Essential Ingredients to Homeschooling Success". If you indicate interest by sending me an email, I'll send it right over. Then you will simply replace your affiliate link at the end of the article so that you can get credit for the sales that you generate from it.

To get your special affiliate link, follow the directions on this page - If you have a clickbank account, just enter your "nickname" and click "create". The page will generate your special affiliate link. If you do not have a clickbank account yet, simply follow the directions there to sign up for one (it's free!) and then use the nickname that you were given to complete the affiliate link on the page above.

This is easier than it sounds and I think that you will be pleased by the response that you will receive when you let your subscribers know about this opportunity. Here are a just a few of the comments that we have received already:

I just have to say, thank you so much for offering this opportunity. I haven't even gotten started (just subscribed), but as I was reading about the offer it brought me to tears. I want to homeschool and do a good job from the beginning and it's been a very scary and unsupported road so far. I feel a new surge of hope. You are an answer to prayer.

Thank you again! I'm looking forward to getting started!


Wow! What a great idea! I am so excited to get started. I feel encouraged already. Thank you so much for taking the time to put this class together for newbies like me. You are a blessing.


I just had to send you a quick note to thank you for this wonderful service you are providing. I'm a "veteran" homeschooler (we're starting our 7th year), but last year was really discouraging for me, so your ABCs came just at the right time. I really needed a remedial course in homeschooling--your weekly assignments have been so helpful for me. It's the class I needed to take 7 years ago!


Let me know if you have any questions whatsoever. Have a good evening!


Angie said...

I am from the TOS Crew and I think the this title would sound more appealing to a new homeschool parent.
What Your Child Needs to Know and When (now you can rest easy!) Since it is always a concern to make sure you are teaching them what they need to know. :) Angie F.

MamaDuke said...

Hello! I'm also from the TOS Crew and think that the Homeschooling on a Dime would be appealing to a new homeschooling parent. Times are tough these days (economically speaking) and every penny that a new homeschooling family can save would be great (even veteran families could use additional suggestions or resources). Thanks!

Meredith D.

Steve and April said...

Another TOS Crew member offering my vote. I worried so much about whether my child was "on target" as a new homeschool Mom. I think that "What Your Child Needs to Know and When (now you can rest easy!)" would be very encouraging and more appealing to a new homeschool parent.

April E.

Zindra said...

Hi Terri, I'm from the TOS Crew too. My biggest fear/frustration as a new homeschooler was figuring out the what to know when question. Noone seemed to have a good answer for me! So I think you should do the What your child needs to know and when. Looking forward to testing your materials!

Isabelle aka Canadianladybug said...

Hi Terry - I'm part of the TOS crew as well... Honestly for me both titles would be interesting if I was a new homeschool mom - actually I am in my 2nd year.

I think that both knowing what and when is important but I also think that $ can be an important factor too! Sometimes people are not as good as searching the net to find free places.

Anyhow, since I need to pick one I will choose Homeschooling on a Dime because here in Ontario you can easily have access to the Ministry of Education curriculum to know what your child needs to know and at what age... And I did my homework and went to pick these books which are free also!


Isabelle aka Canadianladybug