Ha ha - better go remove www.MyPostButler.com from that site - how exactly are they going to track sales from click through links?
Cheers, Dean -----Original Message----- From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:twitter-development-t...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Dewald Pretorius Sent: Thursday, September 24, 2009 8:25 PM To: Twitter Development Talk Subject: [twitter-dev] Re: About the oneforty application directory Please read the Publishers Contract that you agree to when you register as a publisher and make your application available for sale through OneForty. Here's a bird's eye view of some things you need to determine whether you like them or not: 1) OneForty takes 30% of nett revenue on the sales of your product as royalties. 2) They pay your money (the 70%) within 2 months after the calendar month in which the sale occurred, and only when the amount owed exceeds $250.00. 3) You receive your money as a gift or donation from OneForty (that may or may not have tax implications). 4) You can only contact customers for support, meaning you are not allowed to contact them for any marketing or upsells. Violations can cause agreement termination, or financial penalties. 5) You must price your item no higher than the lowest price available to other distributors. 6) If customers purchase your item directly from your web site and they came via a link from OneForty, you must pay OneForty 30% of that sale. 7) For the first 12 months, you can cancel the agreement with 30 days notice only if OneForty has breached the agreement. 8) After the first 12 months, you can cancel the agreement at will with 60 days notice.