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New Affiliate Site - Question
« on: October 27, 2017, 04:20:12 am »
Hi I'm new to the site.

My name's Joanie Allum and I'm a glamour photographer now retired. My work was featured around the world but mainly in the USA version of Club and the British titles Mayfair & Men Only. My work is mainly from the year 1995 and down.

I've opened a website selling my picture sets and I'm looking to open an affiliate section. My question is:

To find affiliates do I post messages on adult boards or is there some place online specifically for this purpose?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: New Affiliate Site - Question
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2017, 07:24:25 am »
I don't think there is "the" way to pick here. For biggest success chance do all of what you suggested.

* Post to forums (no spamming!). Interact with other users in message boards and have a link in your footer.
* get in touch with adult webmaster sites to get featured.
* Have an affiliate referral system (when someone sends you a new affiliate make them earn 10% of what the referred affiliate earns).

Most importantly: Give webmasters a reason to link to you. If your partners send you 100,000 visitors but don't earn anything they will go on and send the next 100,000 visitors to another affiliate program that works better - so make sure that once you have visitors on your site they do convert.

 


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