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Affiliate Mall?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SpellZ, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    I know there is a reason why no one is doing it...
    But I want to know why...


    Why don't you just sign up to like.. 100+ Affiliates?
    Place them all on one page and make it as a

    "Review" website?
    Then if they click on the affiliate, buy the product.. TA-DAA

    .. Or am I misssing something here?
     
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    silver Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Everone's doing this. I am sick of the "xxxx scam" and "read before buying xxxx, read this shocking review!" ads on google.
     
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    SpellZ Regular Member

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    Hmm really?

    Send me a link or something

    I'm talking about if.. lets say... "MONEY MAKING"


    You go to www.somerandomsite.com

    And there is 500+ PRODUCT REVIEWS

    .. all those 500+ products are YOUR AFFILIATES
    So if they buy something... you get the $$$

    Is that what everyone is doing?
     
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    no, most people don't create an "affiliate mall", they have subdomains/subpages for each invidual product, and run ppc campaigns on it.

    I just searched for "secret affiliate code", check results @ http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&client=opera&rls=en&hs=YKv&q=secret+affiliate+code&btnG=Search

    see at the sponsored links, domains like www.RealMediaReviews.com, www.ScamReviewTeam.com, www.ProgramsReview.Info, Scam-Online.com, etc. They are all from 'super-affiliates'.