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Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Buliwyf, Apr 3, 2008.

  1. Buliwyf

    Buliwyf Junior Member

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    High paying free signups...Are there any of those really out there??

    and by that i dont mean the free trial 0c charging CC offers... im talkin about offers which only require a person tto fill out an address form , some personal details and submit...

    would be glad if u could share such affiliates with me...

    :)


    ps: open to adult offers too!
     
  2. midknightg

    midknightg Registered Member

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    I'm afraid what you are looking for may be the proverbial needle in the haystack.
    I guess it depends on what you consider 'high paying' ?
    The reason they will offer you any decent payout for a free trial or signup
    is that they are banking on smacking the user with a healthy upcharge if they fail to cancel in the allotted time. Usually the cancellation procedure is made out to be more than just a few simple clicks and your done.
    So essentially they are playing the odds games.

    Enough of my rambling though good luck on your search and please keep us posted.
     
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    How much do you consider high paying? I have seen up around $7 to $10 which I think is excellent for free stuff, but those were insurance type offers.

    Azoogle had a lasik eye surgery signup for $50 or so. I signed up, but never received my commission.

    Another place (can't remember) had a few lawyer ones for Meso, $50 to $100 a sign up, but I don't remember the terms of conversions.

    But I think these two you actually had to make an appointment to receive the commission.
     
  4. Buliwyf

    Buliwyf Junior Member

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    lol.. i meant around $5 per signup...
    who dont make u wait a lot..and dont neeed to
    go in for appointments! :p
     
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    Yes, there are a ton of places you can go for free signups.

    The easiest signups you can get are Email and Zip Submits.

    Those type of signups are the ones that pay out between $1.25 - $1.50 per signup.
     
  6. yooozy

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    that's really what I use and I spend hours looking for, NO CC free sign up
    it would be a nice idea if everyone posts what he knows

    here are some @ CJ:

    Napster UK pays GBP 3 per free download
    meetic (european sites) around $6 per free sign up
    http://www.diino.se pays $1.5 per free sign up
    payperpost.com pays $1 per free sign up *very popular*
     
  7. Buliwyf

    Buliwyf Junior Member

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    more @ CJ

    Sunsetter awnings pays $10 per signup but only acceptts users who are in america and have a website related to gardening

    Idealbite pays only a mere 0.75 but have the easiest signup process ever. Will only allow u if u have a health related website

    Qualityhealth pays $1.20 for a 2 page form (US Only) and are open to all
     
  8. Buliwyf

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    more @ CJ

    Sunsetter awnings pays $10 per signup but only acceptts users who are in america and have a website related to gardening

    Idealbite pays only a mere 0.75 but have the easiest signup process ever. Will only allow u if u have a health related website

    Qualityhealth pays $1.20 for a 2 page form (US Only) and are open to all