Talk to your attorney and accountant before you do that. I don\'t know what the repercussions would be. But I live in Georgia and my incorporation will be in Georgia.
I adjusted my terminology...
Todd, you are correct. It is a strong word. It\'s an old habit learned from the doomsayers of the old ABW days that \"good\" affiliates had their sales \"stolen\" by \"bad\" affiliates. As a manager, I know the difference between good and bad and the bad don\'t last long in my programs. What we have left is merchants that keep the cycle going by offering coupon fields in their checkout pages and allowing the shopper to escape for that last minute deal. That\'s why I think it\'s a good idea to share the commission in these cases. Coupons help close the sale so it really isn\'t stealing. Toolbars however...
Stealing is subjective and I am in command of this ship.
I wouldnt want to see internal clickstreams. I'm just happy with my affiliate clickstreams at this point.
I think the big networks will lose a ton of money if this is enabled and their ongoing love affair with toolbars will be exposed to proactive managers and merchants.
So do you think CJ will enable this type of technology??? LMAO. Good thing I enjoy booting toolbar affiliates out of all my CJ programs.
I do not recommend not paying the taxes that are legally due in your state. Change your business model or work with merchants that do not drop Georgia merchants. Notifications will be coming as Christmas presents.
The deadline is Dec. 31. Any programs that remove affiliates now are just morons.