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Here is What You Want From an Affiliate Network

1) Does the affiliate network contain original offers or just the same old garbage, the garbage that gives you dubious percent commissions? I usually do not work for affiliate programs that pay percentages. (But I do like Adland, because its percent commissions do pay off and they pay you on time every time.)

Keep Your Website Traffic

One way to keep your website traffic is to show your customers and visitors that when they send traffic to your site, they get traffic back. For example, you can list the sites that sent traffic to your website when you put the following line of JavaScript on your web page (or template):

<script language="Javascript" src="http://ledbetter.freepgs.com/referrers.js"></script>

Pay Per Play Reopens Program to New Affiliates

Play for Pay has now reopened its affiliate program. Get in now while you can and build your downline. Join Now. Pay per Play pays you for 5 second audio commercials on your websites. In principle you can earn money off every page view.

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Kontera Freezes Web Site

I do not know about you but Kontera inline ContentLink advertising sometimes freezes one of my web sites when I view it using the Internet Explorer browser (but not when I use Firefox). In fact Kontera sometimes freezes my Internet Explorer browser, period, which means that I then have to end the IE program. I have read that Kontera can substantially slow the load times of its publishers' web sites, but the fact that it sometimes freezes one of my web sites has prompted me to remove the Kontera advertising code.

Protecting Your Affiliate Links

Many webmasters cloak their affiliate links so that their referrals must use those cloaked links rather than just copying the original, uncloaked links into their browsers' address bars while leaving out the affiliate IDs. For example, if the affiliate link is Download Dollars, many readers will right click the link and then click on "copy link location" in the right-click menu.

Pay Per Play Temporarily Closes It's Doors to New Affiliates

Update: As of March 1 the Play for Pay network has reopened to new affiliates. Hurry up and join while you still can. ------------- The Play for Pay audio advertising network, which theoretically pays webmasters for 100% of their traffic, says that it has enough affiliates for now and actually needs more advertisers to fill all the 5 second audio ad slots available the sites that now carry them.
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