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Law-related program?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by desertwarrior, Aug 3, 2009.

  1. desertwarrior

    desertwarrior Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    anyone heard of a good affiliate program targetted to lawyers? I have a large lawyer-related mailing list that I want to use... what product converts well in this niche?

    thanks
     
  2. Griller

    Griller BANNED BANNED

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    For something like this, I wouldn't be looking at the fact that they are lawyers, but look at it from the angle of "These people actually have the disposable income to buy high priced items"

    High priced items usually mean high commissions.
     
  3. heiny

    heiny Regular Member

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    Lawyers would sue the sh*t out of you just for fun if you take a step to the wrong side of the fine line of sending some "commercials" to their business emails :)
     
  4. Griller

    Griller BANNED BANNED

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    Maybe not even for fun, they may think "Hell, this guy is one of those spammers I hear about making millions all the time, I just want a measly $500k"
     
  5. smalldog

    smalldog Newbie

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    spamming laywers is similar to setting up an autoblog for blogwriters. But why not just send them antivirus and anitspam offers?
     
  6. madinaz

    madinaz BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    If I were you I'd look for some type of advertising affiliate program...These people spend a lot of money to get their info out there...maybe some type of service guide