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Tumblr bloggers - "Pay per free signup" affiliate program!

Discussion in 'Other Affiliate Programs' started by lobster1711, Jun 26, 2014.

  1. lobster1711

    lobster1711 Newbie

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    Hey Guys,

    Here is a new affiliate program specially for Tumblr bloggers:

    brickflow.myomnistar.com

    It pays 20 cents per free signup on brickflow.com

    What do you think?
     
  2. Coingrabber

    Coingrabber Regular Member

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    Not bad! Even if 0.2$ is a bit low Dude.
     
  3. asap1

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    Not worth the time.
     
  4. Worm99

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    I don't understand it, honestly.
    What am I reffering them to? Is it adult, non adult, recipes, nuclear energy?
    What are they signing up for? How much does it cost when it's not free?
    And what's with the subdomain?
     
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  5. lobster1711

    lobster1711 Newbie

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    Why not? I'm really interested in what you think!
     
  6. lobster1711

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    You are referring them to brickflow.com which is a tool for Tumblr bloggers. Makes it easier to maintain a Tumblr blog manually. The whole service is free.
    It's true this should be more clear on the page.

     
  7. lobster1711

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    Sure but it's for a Tumblr tool, so if you drive traffic with Tumblr blogs, conversion should be way over 25% (based on real numbers that I've seen for over 6 months)

    How much do you think would be fair for such an offer?