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Probably the most popular affiliate network, Commission Junction also has its share of critics. Finding and joining an appropriate affiliate program is easy. CJ also makes things easy for affiliates by consolidating all payouts into one check. It displays EPC (which to CJ rather oddly means “earnings per 100 clicks”, not earnings per click). CJ is owned by ValueClick.
Another large affiliate network with plenty of programs to search through, including some big brands. Merchants include eBay, Staples, Monster, Gap and Travelocity. Be Free has merged with ValueClick.
LinkShare has more than 600 merchants in its affiliate network. Choose from categories such as books, music, flowers, fashion, computers, etc. You’ll find some big name companies here, including Dell, Nordstrom, Target, Disney and American Express.
Offers a huge array of downloadable products, mainly ebooks. Because it is cheap and easy for merchants to join, the quality of the products provided varies enormously, from very good to downright awful. It’s a popular place to search for overlooked niches.
Highly professional site with some well known brands. Performics’ clients include: America Online, Blair Corp., Bose, CompUSA, Eddie Bauer, HP Shopping, Kohl’s, L.L.Bean, PC Connection, RedEnvelope, Verizon Wireless, and more than 200 others. Performics is owned by DoubleClick.
New affiliate networks
A new affiliate network with a great attitude. The people running it have impressive marketing experience. This network is worth keeping an eye on.
In August, 2005, the site was telling affiliates: “We are currently revamping our Affiliate Program. It should be reinstated shortly with new offers.”
Another new affiliate network, promising affiliates and merchants reliable tracking and reporting. “A simple user interface enables affiliate marketers to easily maximize results. Our dedicated affiliate team provides responsive, personalized support to build profitable affiliate relationships,” ShareResults says. Some merchants have been signed up and should appear on the site soon. Worth keeping an eye on.
In July, 2004, Advertising.com, which is owned by AOL, launched an affiliate network. It operates in the UK, US, France, Germany and Scandinavia. If you click on the “Help” button, Advertising.com vaguely tells you that it “maintains strict guidelines designed to ensure the quality of our affiliate partnerships”. It apparently expects you to spend time applying without first giving you any indication of site location requirements, traffic requirements, etc. Only successful applicants get to see what’s offering.
LinkConnector offers pay per click, pay per lead and pay per sale programs.
A cost-per-action network launched in 2004 by JP Sauve, who as an affiliate and merchant was disgruntled by the small payouts made to affiliates by the networks. MaxBounty promises “the highest CPAs in the market”. It accepts affiliates from USA, Canada, Australia, NZ and UK. Payments are consolidated into one check. In July, 2005, it acquired the LeadCrunch network. Worth keeping an eye on.
Popular affiliate networks
A large network with plenty of programs to search through – pay-per-sale, pay-per-lead, and pay-per-click programs. More than 700 merchants. It took over FineClicks.com. Many affiliates praise this network because of its pro-affiliate and anti-parasite attitude.
Professional, UK-based affiliate network. Provides more than 200 merchants to choose from, including well known brands. Offers affiliate programs for web sites running in UK pounds, US dollars and Euros. There are no mimimum traffic requirements. “We are fully aware that the low traffic website of today might grow to become what we call premiere partner tomorrow,” Affiliate Window says.
This mainly performance-based ad network pays out more $3 million a month. It has more than 100 advertisers, including large companies. It promises “guaranteed highest CPA payouts” and fanatical customer support. Most of your site’s traffic must orignate within the US and Canada and you must receive more than 25,000 impressions a month.
Small affiliate-friendly affiliate network with a laudable anti-scumware policy. You need to have a United States or Canadian-based web site and a minimum of 2,000 unique visitors a day.
A large affiliate network offering more than 2,450 programs. All applicants are accepted immediately, automatically.
A fairly small number of high quality merchants with strong brands. Reliable payment and offers a full range of Internet marketing services.
Big European network with hundreds of affiliate programs from that region. Anyone who has a web site can join.
More than 350 affiliate programs to choose from, including some big brands.
Affiliate networks whose offers change
Some affiliate networks, especially those offering pay-per-lead deals, have offers which are available only for a limited time – perhaps a month, a few months, or a few years. It takes more work to promote changing offers, but one advantage is you’ll tend to have less competition from other affiliates.
Promises weekly payments, real-time reporting and live customer service. CPA Empire says that in only six months its monthly payouts to affiliates were topping $600,000. You need a minimum of 3,000 unique page views a month. It includes some “adult” offers. In March, 2005, Optinrealbig.com, which owns CPAEmpire, was forced into bankruptcy by a $40 million lawsuit. Tread carefully!
LeadCrunch has been acquired by JP Sauve’s MaxBounty.
Another smallish network. Recently upgraded stats reporting and over a 100 programs makes this worth a look.
A cost-per-action advertising network providing a diverse choice of offers in about 30 different categories of products. Websponsors has more than 16,000 webmasters and more than 20,000 web sites participating in its affiliate network. You need 100 unique visits a day or 3,000 unique visitors a month.
Pay-per-click, pay-per-lead and pay-per-sale offers.
A cost-per-action network providing a wide variety of offers, including exclusive offers. Consolidates payouts into one monthly check or PayPal payment. Claims to be the fastest growing affiliate network on the Internet. You need only 100 visitors a month.
A “pay for performance” network that specializes in cost-per-action advertising. It has pay-per-lead and pay-per-sale programs. Campaigns include text links, banners and HTML advertisements. Dozens of offers to choose from.
This revenue sharing network provides a variety of offers. Merged with Puzz.com. You need a minimum of 3,000 unique page views a month.
More affiliate networks
CPM, CPC and CPA offers.
Offers are available to large interactive publishers, networks, and interactive agencies. It says it has paid out tens of millions of dollars.
Advertising Revenue Service
Pay-for-performance campaigns – “per click, per sale, per join, per lead and more”.
If you have a web site, you can join. Affiliatebot consolidates payments into one check.
This site looked abandoned when I checked.
Offers a variety of pay-per-lead offers. Welcomes international webmasters.
A UK affiliate network offering a wide variety of affiliate companies and products you can promote, including a number of well known brands. Looks good.
Sites must have more than 3,000 unique visitors a month. Sites must be based in USA, Canada, UK, The Netherlands, Denmark or Sweden.
A UK “pay by performance” network carrying pay per click, per lead and per sale offers. You cn see the network average EPC (earnings per click) before running a placement.
Provides a wide variety – more than 80 – offers for you to promote, mainly pay-per-lead. Pays via PayPal.
CanadianSponsors.com is an affiliate network that specializes in CPL (cost-per-lead) and CPA (cost-per-action) advertising. Your website or portion of website must target the Canadian consumer.
A performance-based online advertising network comprised of a compact group of large vertical sites and top portals. Not for small sites!
Clickbooth.com, a division of IntegraClick, says it handles extremely large volume and, “as a result, we take the smallest margins and offer the highest payouts in the industry”. You have to sign up to see the offers.
Popular in French-speaking countries. This is an English language version.
Has offers from more than 200 merchants. There are no minimum traffic requirements for affiliates. Offers include per sale, per lead and per click.
This affiliate network specializes in providing credit related products.
No minimum traffic requirement. Consolidates payments into one check or payment via PayPal.
An affiliate network with a variety of offers.
A new CPA network.
Has a wide variety of big name, high quality, high paying “cost per action” sponsors. High tech control panel, live stats. Includes a free fully maintained freebie website and referral program.
DarkBlue offers more than 130 affiliate programs. It has an unusual operating method which it says allows it to pay some of the best CPA commissions on the Internet. Payouts are consolidated into one payment.
A CPA (cost-per-action) or pay-for-performance network. Sites must be from the US or Canada and must have a minimum of 2,000 unique visitors per day. Exceptions will be considered for highly targeted traffic. The network promises high payouts but you can’t see the details until after you’ve joined.
A pay-for-performance ad network with dozens of pay-per-sale and pay-per-lead offers. Many countries are excluded. Check the application form before you apply.
A pay-for-performance ad network.
Claims to be the Internet’s fastest growing affiliate network. You have to apply through a tiresome multi-step application process.
A variety of offers. A minimum of 75% of all traffic produced must be U.S. traffic. Short links are provided for newsletter publishers. FineClicks is owned by Shareasale.
Floppybank Affiliate Network
Ad network offers CPC, CPA and sales lead commission programs, with a central administration and paycheck system.
Did you wonder what happened to FreeFiliate? It became FusionQuest.
Has pay-per-lead offers for credit cards, health services, financial services and legal services.
A network of hundreds of merchants using My Affiliate Program affiliate tracking software by KowaBunga Technologies to run their affiliate programs. You can view aggregated stats and join new programs with “one click”.
A cost-per-action network with a three-tier payout program and a three-tier referral program. Webmasters from a long list of countries are excluded.
LinkConnector offers pay per click, pay per lead and pay per sale programs.
Exclusive, unadvertised performance-based offers. You must have “adequate” traffic or a sizable opt-in subscriber email list.
Says it has unique and exclusive CPA offers. You have to sign up to see what is available.
A pay-for-performance affiliate marketing network.
Merchants track referrals by both cookie and IP. You have to sign up to see the offers.
You have to sign up and wait to be contacted to find out more.
Has a small numbers of offers.
Another new one. Says it has exclusive offers.
Brian Welch’s Niche Shopping is a small network of online stores selling quality products in niche markets. Commissions range from 10% to 15%. In August 2005, there were four stores to choose from. Comprehensive tracking and help for affiliates.
A performance-based (CPA) network. Your site must be geared to US traffic and must receive a minimum of 5,000 unique visitors a month.
Weight loss, finance, and other offers.
A CPA network which pays its affiliates weekly by check or via PayPal.
A small affiliate network with a group of about 20 merchants, paying 10% residual commission, mainly on such things as bridal gear, gifts, jewelry, apparel and accessories.
Offers high-paying commissions on a small number of online casino affiliate programs. Numerous tools and resources to assist affiliates.
A large variety of software which your visitors can download and try before they buy. The RegNow Affiliate Network offers screensavers, Solitaire games, flight simulations, security products, every kind of utility, etc.
A pay-per-click network. You earn a percentage when someone performs a search. Revenue Pilot pays only for traffic coming from the US, UK, Canada and Australia.
You have to sign up before you can see what is available.
Rowise says the company owns and operates several of the offers in its network, and also tests offers before adding them to the network. You have to sign up before you can see what is available.
An education affiliate network specializing in leads for financial aid, scholarships, internships, testing, schools and other educational resources. It has more than 100 college programs available.
Offers various software programs available for people to download and try before they buy.
SearchCactus is a pay-per-click search engine which offers incentives to searchers and also has cost-per-action offers for web site publishers.
An Australian based affiliate network.
CPA programs for magazines and free CDs. 24/7 reporting, monthly payments.
A multiple merchant opportunity directory. Real-time tracking and reporting