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  1. trying to find affiliates for a program that offers 30% commissions    Forum: Affiliate Marketing and Reseller Programs
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    Programs that pay commissions for life

    There are several affiliate programs that pay commissions "for life". This means that webmasters are rewarded for leading visitors to merchants sites, then get commissions for ALL purchases made by those visitors (reorders) - as long as the referring webmasters stay affiliated.

    We wish that all affiliate programs would do this!

    Here are some that already do:

    * AIS Media
    * American Red Cross
    * Amira - AtLast
    * Ariat Boots
    * Art Institute Online
    * AWeber Autoresponders
    * CashbackMall
    * Cyber Trakker
    * Ediet Shop
    * Fitness Quest
    * Gold Violin Gifts
    * GroundBreak Software
    * Hooked on Phonics
    * Impulsaria
    * Kaktus Legal Forms
    * LifeSign
    * Music City Motorsports
    * One&Only Network
    * Perfect Presence Web Host
    * Rainbow Light
    * Search Engine Blaster
    * University of Phoenix
    * Most programs using QuinStreet as third-party program manager

    Contribute to this thread if you know of any such programs. No spam, please: avoid posting affliate links.

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    OK, here's one more: OneTravel.com

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    Talking A friend sent me this recently

    I left her links in, since I haven't had a chance to sign up myself .
    Here's the email:

    I've been collecting
    info on some programs that pay repeat commissions on repeat orders. I got
    word about a new one just announced yesterday, and I think it has real
    potential. If you don't already know about the Scholarships and Grants Guide
    I invite you to check them out! :-)

    The Scholarships and Grants Guide (US)
    http://scholarshipgrantguide.com/c.cgi/overview Unique product, and some
    better-than-average marketing tools.

    The Newbie Club - PC training resources for beginners
    http://newbieclub.com/home/buckworks (run by the same folks as above)

    Medicalville - medical and home care supplies, a lot of things that lend
    themselves to repeat orders. - I discovered this one by accident a couple of
    days ago. http://www.medicalville.com/a/492

    USA Prescriptions - Prescriptions can be filled online for a variety of
    medications. I just found them, don't know yet how good they are. (What a
    dreadful URL!)
    http://www.usaprescription.com/affiliates/agent.asp?agentid=118943&site=inho
    use&d=affiliates

    KwikMed - more online prescriptions, smaller product range. I've had several
    checks from KwikMed. http://KwikMed.com/store/122757/webmasters.html A bit
    tricky to promote, though!

    WellnessValue - vitamins, health supplements, etc. I've had checks from
    them, too. (Leader's "Gold Standard"!)
    http://KwikMed.com/store/122757/webmasters.html


    Hope that helps
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    spam?

    Thank you for your contribution webmistress. However please avoid posting affiliate urls on this board in the future. We don't want it to become a spam-board, right?

    About Medicalville, I urge everyone to stay wide away from their affiliate program: it isn't trustworthy.

    I checked the other programs: they all look allright, but The Newbie Club - They don't tell you what the conditions are before you sign up. They only tell you what your obbligations are. I don't like that.

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    Dan,

    The links that do contain referl id's are not those of webmistress they are of the person that sent her the email. Regardless, I feel that when a person makes a genuine contribution, they do deserve to be rewarded for doing so.

    However, you can rest assured that spam will not ever be tolerated

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    Talking Last time I posted something...

    When I posted that Trellian has its own affiliate program with a percent per sale rather than the lead fee from fineclicks, Dave Bailey asked me to post my own affiliate referral link, which was irrelevant since it wasn't a two tier program.

    When a friendly webmaster offers me information on good affiliate programs, I almost always ask if they have their own referral link and sign up through it. Likewise if I am surfing and find something juicy I have no problem signing up through the site where I found the info. After all, it was someone else's sweat that went into putting that info where I'd find it.

    This thread was about programs that pay for life, and on this board I had previously been asked to post my own referral link. I put the two together and posted as I posted since the webmaster who sent the information to me has been very helpful in many matters, and as I said, I haven't signed up for them myself yet.

    I appreciate the info about MedicalVal and will pass it on.
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    Here are some sites with links to many lifetime commison sites:

    http://www.lifetimecommissions.com/
    http://esponsors.ws/affiliateprograms/residual/

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    It's not about how long these affiliates will pay commission, but more as of how long they will be around. If one wanted to stop paying you, they can easily just change the name of their company

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    Re: Programs that pay commissions for life

    AVOID PERFECT PRESENCE! I no longer use Perfect Presence as a Web Hosting company but I was an affiliate until they ceased paying and continually lied about a check in the mail. The support folks create tickets that are never handled. Currently I have three open ticket all open for 3 weeks or longer that have not been dealt with. I have a long history with Perfect Presence and in the past they were not bad to work with. However, in the past year the service has decreased dramatically. Out of 10+ times calling the 800 number a human has never answered and the past few times the voicemail is completely full and you are unable to even leave a voicemail. If they were located in the same state as me I would be taking them to small claims court. They currently owe me $545.38 and I was told a check was in the mail around Thanksgiving. I am guessing I will never see the money owed but I do want to take the opportunity to warn others.



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