Yorkshire Terrier Information
<a href = “http://www.TrainPetDog.com/h/kristie/Yorkshire-Terrier/about-yorkshire-terrier.html”>Yorkshire Terrier Information</a>
All these links lead to a page on our site that describes the characteristics of Yorkshire Terriers and then invites visitors to sign up to our extremely popular, free mini-course on training and handling their Yorkshire Terriers.
Once they sign up for the free mini course, they are then immediately redirected to a page that promotes our Membership site. They are also sent a series of periodic emails that contain helpful tips on training their Yorkshire Terriers and also promote some of our paid products like our Membership site, ebook on housebreaking, etc.
Whenever they purchase any of our paid products, you get a commission! And you get commissions regardless of when they purchase the products – i.e. you get a commission even if they don’t purchase immediately after subscribing but purchase many days, weeks or months later.
We’ve tested and found that our affiliates get more sales if they send their visitors to our free mini course signup pages in this manner than if they send their visitors directly to the sales letters for our different products, since with the free mini course, we are able to periodically follow up with our subscribers and are ultimately able to get a larger percentage of them to convert to customers.
Linking to Different Dog Breeds
Our web site is divided into different sections for different dog breeds. The links that have been given to you above depend on the section from which you had signed up for our affiliate program. If you had signed up from a specific section of our site that describes a particular dog breed, all the above affiliate links will point to that section of our site by default. On the other hand, if you had signed up from a generic section of our site that is not specific to a particular dog breed, then the above affiliate links will point to our home page.
If your web site is focused exclusively on the specific breed described in the section of our site from which you had signed up for our affiliate program, then you should of course use one of the above links to link to us.
However, if your site has information on different dog breeds, then we recommend that you link the breed-specific pages of your site with the corresponding breed specific sections of our site. This will ensure that your visitors get more targeted content from our site and will help you increase your conversion rates and commissions with our affiliate program.
In order to link to the section of our site that has information on some other breed, please follow these 3 steps:
2) Scroll down and in the section that shows all the alphabets, click on the first letter of the name of the breed that you are interested in linking to. All the breeds beginning with that letter will be shown. Then, click on the name of the breed you are interested in.
3) Note down the URL of the page that is displayed and modify it by adding a “/h” and your affiliate username (i.e. kristie) just after the “http://www.trainpetdog.com” portion of the URL – this will be your affiliate link for that breed.
For instance, if you wanted to link to the section of our site that has information on the Keeshond breed of dogs, you would click on “K” in the section containing all the alphabets, then click on the Keeshond link, and modify the URL that is displayed by adding a “/h” and your affiliate username (i.e. kristie) just after the “http://www.trainpetdog.com”. So the link that you would use would look like this with YOUR affiliate link where my name appears: