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good affiliate sites for small businesses?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by mgo0321, Feb 17, 2015.

  1. mgo0321

    mgo0321 Newbie

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    hi guys, its my first time posting here but I just had a question I started a new business and I need help boosting sales I am looking at Affiliate marketing. Does anyone know of a good company that can help me, i heard clickbank and shareasale were okay...
     
  2. GreenMike

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    clickbank is one that I have just been reading about but it seems to be one of the more popular ones on this forum
     
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    frodskii80 Regular Member

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    for research, head over to offervault.com
     
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    speedy5044 Regular Member

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    Depend on what product you have , clickbank for digital with the biggest affiliates database , if its a physical product you can go ahead with cj.com/shareasale ... If its an adult prouct you can go ahead with peerfly/markethealth ...
     
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  5. cottonwolf

    cottonwolf Regular Member

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    Consider looking out reviews about affiliate networks. Some people had problems with a few networks, have a look around the forum. Most of the issues they've had were the network not paying/banning their account.

    Keep in mind that in some cases they might have done things against the network's T&Cs or in rare cases something illegal. It's worth reading the terms and conditions just in case before signing up.

    Read a lot on this forum, there fantastic topics around making money
     
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    Be prepared for a large upfront payment for most affiliate networks if you are going to be on the advertiser side. Like someone else posted before though, if it's an electronic product, Clickbank is definitely the way to go.
     
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    mgo0321 Newbie

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    thanks! do you know if shareasale does anything to help you out with connecting with an affiliate or do they just provide you with the networks?
     
  8. artificialtraffic

    artificialtraffic Registered Member

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    Commission junction, Clickbank, ShareaSale.

    According to Alexa, Clickbank is dropping fast.

    Commission junction is biggest but I dunno how much they take.
    Shareasale might work well, they have plenty not that "lucrative offers" that still attracts enough publishers.