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natbynik
02-19-2014, 12:48 PM
I just started getting into affiliate marketing, and one I am registered with is through art.com and allposters.com. I am not getting very many click throughs, but off course that could be because I am a newbie. What has your experience been with art.com and allposters.com?

nick87
03-19-2014, 09:25 PM
I didn't even know these sites had affiliate programs. I wouldn't even take the time to sign up though, the amount of people who buy posters and art prints these days are extremely low. They're not really an "in" craze at the moment, and people can just download the images if they like them. People who do buy posters tend to get them at concerts or big events as mementos, or as a spur of the moment decision if they just so happen to walk past some sort of poster stand having a sale.

jswindell
04-03-2014, 07:57 PM
I tried both a while ago with no success but then again, I didn't know much about affiliate marketing. Back then, I thought it was as simple as pasting an HTML code and the money would just roll in. However, if they're still around, I'm sure as long as art or posters are something that your readers would be interested in, it can work out in your favor.

Lilykevin86
06-08-2020, 06:52 AM
View client grievances of Art.com, BBB helps settle debates with the I have reached client care multiple times by means of messages to have my email address expelled. gotten a refreshed all out affirmation email through AllPosters.com. I have been advised by PayPal that you have opened a debate on your request.

lishmaliny
03-29-2021, 05:16 AM
I've ordered from both and I've never been disappointed. The prints are very good quality along with the frames. I like how I can try out frames and mats on the prints before I make a purchase.