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Signing up as an affiliate gives you the added benefit of having your site listed with bright red text and bullet point to catch a viewers attention even more. Example entry:

* Oceanside Photo and Telescope
Description: Excellent retailer specializing in telescope and related accessories as well as cameras and lenses. Order via the web, toll-free, e-mail, etc.
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how?
Its easy to be an astronomyLINKS affiliate website. When you submit your link using the add URL utility simply add a note to the description field and provide the URL in which you'll be placing a link to http://astronomylinks.com/ on your website. You can sign-up at any time! Just .

requirements:

  • The astronomyLINKS link must be visible and accessible by visitors to your website.
  • The link must be on a page that can be traced to a link from your main page, i.e. it cannot be hidden from a general user to your site.
  • Putting it on your link pages is completely acceptable.
  • The link must be present after your site is added to astronomyLINKS . If the link is removed after your affiliate status is approved your affiliate status will be removed from your record and we may remove your link completely from the index if it's clear you were attempting to 'cheat' the system.

NOTE: Advertisers on astronomyLINKS with a website that would otherwise qualify for placement in our index are exempt from the link trading requirement, i.e. they do not have to put a link to astronomyLINKS on their website to obtain an affiliate status. Advertisers will maintain this affiliate status for the duration of their advertising run.

Add a search box or banner ad for your affiliate status: You can also implement a direct link to our search engine giving your users maximum assistance in finding the topic of their choice and automatically ensuring that you qualify for the affiliate status. It's like having a database of over 1000 links on your own site. [find out how by clicking here]

Here's an example of the HTML code that should appear on your website. Feel free to copy and paste it!

or

<a href="http://astronomylinks.com">astronomyLINKS</a> - astronomy and space links, shortcuts, favorites and bookmarks.

The bolded text is required to be an affiliate - the rest is just appreciated. You can always add your own formatting to achieve the look you want!

Lastly, you can become an affiliate by putting astrowire™ to work on your site. Check that out!

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