Monday, December 10, 2007

AffiliateFairPlay.com Is Affiliate Marketing Best Practice Police

By Luis Galarza - Affiliate Marketing Secret Training Guide Blog

New Subscription Base Service AT AffiliateFairPlay.com Will Have Their Eyes On Affiliate Programs, Merchants, And Affiliates, Then Will Create Reports About Their Bad And Good Behaviors!

The Affiliate Fair Play Testing Service it will provide sensitive behavior data about affiliate programs, and affiliates to different teams like merchants, program networks, and of course affiliates, that was what Kellie Stevens president of AffiliateFairPlay.com said.

The information will be separated by levels. There is a level of data for affiliates only, one for merchants, and another one just for networks. For exmaple: Merchants
and program networks will have complete access to their affiliate IDs, but this info will not be available for affiliates eyes.

Each level have there on type of data, incuding their on discussion forum where members can share information with their level group. Some of the subjects open for discussion are: Adware, typosquatting, cookie stuffing or forced clicks, Trademarks on PPC, landing pages, and more.

The whole service is design using a advanced forum program with a strong search tool. But, members can only search data for their group level, at least that's the way Kellie wants it
to avoid bad emotions.

Kellie is testing many type of affiliate marketing behaviors and documenting everything on the forums. She have forums testing Adwares and who is using it, under what company name, who affiliate is using adwares, and which affiliates the merchants are working with.

AffiliateFairPlay.com is also testing how they generate their income, like: if affiliates are using pay-per-click ads to send visitors? If they using another affiliate IDs? Or if the revenue is done by media buys? If they using comparison shopping? Or simply PPC Marketing?

And you know what if she detects any type of bad behavior she will IM or email the affiliate managers.

And no, Kellie will not offer certifications to good affiliates or program networks, because this market always change and some poepl will start bad behavior right after the certification.

A goog thing for affilaites is that you can also see which programs are making money and have higher conversion rates, plus you can see which merchant or network is not playing by the rules or prefer affiliates with technology knowledge that have unethical pratices.

The service will be annually, but prices are not yet available. Just keep checking the site until it is.

So, don't use bad, shady, or unethical affiliate marketing strategies or the new AffiliateFairPlay.com police is going to get ya!



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Luis Galarza, Internet Marketing Consultant


About Author: Luis Galarza is a respectable Internet Marketing and Small Business Consultant in the area of Leominster and Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Also, he had teach 100's of entrepreneurs how to make money online and offline without their own product.


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2 comments:

Blogger said...

You can make $20 for each 20 minute survey!

Guess what? This is exactly what big companies are paying me for. They need to know what their average customer needs and wants. So these companies pay millions of dollars per month to the average person. In return, the average person, myself included, fills out surveys and gives them their opinion.

Blogger said...

Do you like talking?

Or to talk English?

How would you like to speak and get paid good money for talking?

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