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What's The Best Affiliate Program Scripts?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by BlackLinks, Apr 24, 2008.

  1. BlackLinks

    BlackLinks Newbie

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    I am looking to start a affiliate program and want to purchase the best program for running it.

    So far I am looking into Post Affiliate Pro, JROX and iDev Affiliate.

    Do you recommend any of them and do they automatically do payouts or do you have to do that manually?

    If you know of any others please post them here.

    Thanks
     
  2. lordsirrah

    lordsirrah Newbie

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    I know of JV Manager 1 which costs $97...but you do have to pay your affiliates manually via Paypal Mass Pay. It reminds me of Paydotcom a bit, just without all the fees for each transaction.

    There's also Rapid Action Profits script which basically runs an affiliate program in a different way. Instead of tracking 50% of every sale, it gives you affiliates 100% of the sale, 50% of the time (or whatever you chose).

    For instance, if you're paying your affiliates 50%, then sale #1 goes to you, sale #2 goes to them, and so on.

    I've noticed a lot of ppl using this, because their affiliates love instant payouts. The only thing is, if you have a refund policy (30-day or 60-day), then you have to make your affiliates agree to uphold your refund policy in regards to any sales that get paid directly to them.

    There's Clickbank, and they pay your affiliates for you via Cheque, but...there is a $49.95 set up fee, and your product is subject to review to see if it complies with their Terms of Service.

    I would say Paydotcom, but they're a ripoff. I had went with PDC before and paid $29.95 to upgrade my account so I can offer more than one product. Like I said, I used these guys before I used JV Manager 1, and ended up owing over $250 in fees to these guys. Since they charge you for every transaction they track, it's kind of a ripoff to me.

    Besides, you can pay $97 for JVM1 just ONCE, and never have to pay additional fees for tracking each transaction. C'mon, who's beat for paying PDC $1-$3 for every transaction? Not me. I'm sure you can find JVM1 somewhere in this forum from someone. I always see it getting re-uped on here. I actually paid for mine, though. I'm mad because I should've came here first. LOL