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What Is The Best Affiliate Program You Have Been Involved With?

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asked Oct 28, 2016 in Internet Marketing Tools by Chris Shouse IBO Specialist (41,750 points)

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Strong Future International or SFI. There are over 90,000 products in hundreds of niche markets, for prices that are competitive instead of inflated to cover a pay-plan. There are thousands of vendors and millions of registered members at their online retail outlet TripleClicks, which also boast one of the Internet's most popular online auctions using the penny auction format.

The nature of penny auctions and the presence of over 1,000 different consumable products from around the world gives great opportunity to earn residual income.

You can also earn residual income through team building which earns you unlimited shares in the profits of TripleClicks. There is also the E-Commerce Associate or ECA program that lets you refer new store owners to the site and earn a royalty off every sale they make for life. Imagine having been able to do this with the Ebay or Amazon affiliate programs? Many of their retailers do $10,000 a month in sales which would give over a hundred dollars a month in royalties for just one referral, sign a couple dozen mediocre ECA and you have a full time income for life.

Longevity: SFI has been the top online affiliate program for 17 years with no signs of yielding that position any time soon. Other companies claim to make millionaire affiliates but SFI has outlasted nearly every one of those programs and their empty claims and we just keep getting better.

Andy Zeus Anderson

SFI Advantage Team Build

answered Oct 28, 2016 by YumaBloggers IBO Specialist (12,400 points)
I agree with you on SFI I have been involved with them since 2014.  I am not getting some real growth.  I love the auctions and games.
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Amazon Associates is my favorite... The Amazon Associates program has a more than 12 year track record of developing solutions to help website owners, Web developers, and Amazon sellers make money by advertising millions of new and used products from and its subsidiaries, such as and When website owners and bloggers who are Associates create links and customers click through those links and buy products from Amazon, they earn referral fees. It’s free to join and easy to use.

answered Oct 28, 2016 by ebest IBO Specialist (80,610 points)
I’ve used many affiliate programs as an online marketer, and at least in my experience, Amazon’s program has a relatively high conversion rate compared to other affiliate programs.

Many people prefer not to use the Amazon Associates program largely because the commissions are pretty small compared to some other programs. And that is very true, as it is not unheard of for other affiliate programs to offer up to 75% commissions. Let’s face it – compared to the 4-8% rate for Amazon, it sure seems a lot better.

But keep in mind your conversion rate is an extremely important aspect to your affiliate campaigns. And yes, your personal campaign will have a high impact on your conversion rate, but did you know the actual program you’re promoting also has a huge impact as well? If you’re promoting through a little known sales outlet people are going to be less likely to actually  buy, and not many companies have a conversion funnel as powerful as Amazon’s.

However, average commission rate largely depends upon your niche and what you’re promoting – so for many niches, 4-8% is about average. It really comes down to what you’re selling , so keep in mind that the Amazon program really isn’t the best option for every niche.
Did you know that Amazon Associates have to remarket their referrals or risk losing commissions through cookie expiration, the visitor clearing their browser, or a new affiliate showing the prospect a link after yours? Conversions are not that great, commissions are low on most products, and people buy from mom and pop shops all the time if the smaller sites didn't get the same attention Amazon and Ebay wouldn't be there. Just saying, they were all small sites once.

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