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Best travel affiliate?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Arraial, Mar 29, 2010.

  1. Arraial

    Arraial Registered Member

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    Anybody knows the best paying travel orientated affiliate there is? Hotel,flight,transfer,.... booking orientaded.
     
  2. tami6699

    tami6699 Regular Member

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    "The best" didn't exist.

    All are "booking orientated" lol...thats the business.

    There are differences in : geo targeting, asia/europe/us market (search for the big players in the marketes).
    If you have a bookingsite from/for US, take one of the big player in this market, in europe one of the big player in europe etc.
     
  3. kenblack

    kenblack Regular Member

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    I find agooda is pretty good. Make some good coin from them.
     
  4. Arraial

    Arraial Registered Member

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    I'm looking at 2 sites for my project: b00king.c0m and hotelsc0mbined.c0m. The first offers a performance related commission split model and the second 70% commission on all revenue generated by referred traffic, paid on a per-Lead basis

    Forgive my for the beginner question, but in case of the 70% on a per laid basis, does this mean that i only get paid for delivering traffic to their site or do i get a cut on the booking as well?
     
  5. cloudyquasar

    cloudyquasar Regular Member

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    you wouldn't get paid on the booking.. The lead is based on the user clicking an hotel on your website and exiting your site- not the visitor to your site itself.