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Looking for cooking and food affiliate program

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Rock84, Mar 31, 2010.

  1. Rock84

    Rock84 Registered Member

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    I've got some food/recipes/cooking traffic and now I need an affiliate program. I've been through ClickBank and googled a lot but can't find anything that pays well (like $20+).

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. egomOnia

    egomOnia Registered Member

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    This affiliate program is perfect for recipes and cooking sites:

    Code:
    http://www.shopzilla.com/
    You can advertise specific foods from the "foods and gourmet" category, for instance bacon for a bacon recipe:

    Code:
    http://www.shopzilla.com/gifts_flowers_food/16000000/browse
    Here you can get a 25$ bonus:

    Code:
    http://img.shopzilla.com/publisher/joelcomm_signup.html
    Hit the thanks button if this was helpful.
     
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  3. Rock84

    Rock84 Registered Member

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    Thanks man this is very helpful. Cheers.
     
  4. JPXeon

    JPXeon Registered Member

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    You can also look at adding Prosperent to you site. Its "almost" like adsense, except that it shows affiliate products from them (and their merchants) which means that if someone buys by clicking on the Prosperent links you get affiliate comms when they buy (its CPA and not CPC).

    With prosperent you can also have a fallback option, that if it does not find any products for the content on your site, it will show Adsense (or any other code you decide to add as the fallback).

    I highly recommend this, as I have switched over to them and adsense as the fallback, a month ago and Im doing thus far $170 per week, just on Prosperent.

    Not to promote my referal link, but if you want to sign up you can use this (the other way i think is to use a BETA key you can search for on this forum somewhere) : http://prosperent.com/ref/214834
     
  5. silvertroll

    silvertroll Registered Member

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    Is prosperent really that a good alternative to adsense?
     
  6. cool5now

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    In the UK some of the major supermarkets are offering affiliate commissions through the usual channels, Tradedoubler is promoting Tescos at present. If there is something like that in the US then check that out. A 30 day cookie with someone who does their weekly shopping online is going to bank considerably more than clickbank products.
     
  7. Bradm

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    You could always do the amazon thing. They have lots of food stuff and cook books.