Someone scratched my back

I have put up the widget for Scratchback about a week ago. Normally, if a program doesn’t reward me in affiliate fees, I usually ‘forget’ to mention how good it is. I mean, I cannot simply recommend something that may or may not work, right? ;)

Anyway, someone Scratched my Back today. Basically, it is a text link placement on our sidebar with no-follow links, meaning big bad Google cannot penislized you (a term I stole from LinkWorth’s blog) , decreasing your PR size, making you feel small and inadequate. I priced mine at USD10 per week but you have the option to price it anything you like. I get 90%, ScratchBack gets 10%.

So, check out the ScratchBack site and test if it works for you. If only they accept PayPal, I would have bought a bunch of coffee for my blog buddies. But they only accept credit cards and I hate using it.

If you are feeling generous and wish to get on the sidebar of the blog which has the keyword money on frontpage (last I checked, I was even on #1 position) in Google Malaysia, then, you better hurry up before I increase my price. ;)

LINKWORTH

LinkWorth which is making me good money has announced a change in our referral number. All along, I am using the right one, I think. But if you are not sure, you better log in and check. If you haven’t sign up with LinkWorth, do so now.

Post Author: lilian

4 thoughts on “Someone scratched my back

    Jim Kukral

    (November 15, 2007 - 12:01 pm)

    Thanks for testing out Scratchback! I’m not sure what you mean about PayPal? Our system uses Paypal exclusively for payment. You can even use a credit card through Paypal if you wish.

    leslie

    (November 15, 2007 - 1:41 pm)

    Congratulations :) My back is itchy already….

    Mr. Rajawang

    (November 15, 2007 - 1:54 pm)

    Congrats. err I saw your PR is a zero right now..maybe there is a glitch or not..but mine is also a zero right now.

    Ron

    (November 15, 2007 - 3:18 pm)

    Lilian, please tell me you were using the right affiliate number? [praying emoticon] :D

    We didn’t have a lot of referrals using the wrong affiliate id, but there were enough that one of our guys noticed it. I’m just glad my developers caught it. He said some people are using their account numbers rather than affiliate numbers. But was only able to locate 2 of the wrong affiliate issues.

    Hopefully you were using the correct url.

    Ron

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