Affiliates are almost always at the mercy of affiliate programs and the people who run them.
Why do I bring this up?
Because many affiliate program managers are knowledgable, ethical, and honest. But I’ve discovered there are a few who are not.
I’m also aware of a situation where the affiliate tracking code was accidentally removed from the post-sale conversion page — so affiliates were not credited with the sales they had referred.
Even worse, this was during a launch. The company never told affiliates what happened and did nothing to make it right.
The point is: Affiliates get ripped off more often than they realize.
If you’re an affiliate, are you being paid on time? And are you getting all the commissions you’ve earned?
It’s important to know the answers to these questions.
And if you own or run an affiliate program, what are you doing to make sure you’re not associated with unethical affiliate programs?
One of the reasons I created the Paid On Time Affiliate Trust Seal is to help affiliates find programs that have a reputation and track record of paying affiliates on time.
I also designed the trust seal and web site to promote those affiliate programs that are doing things right.
By the way, right now, you can get special “early bird” pricing when you join Paid On Time. Pay just $9.95 a month (an 80% savings). Or save even more with the annual option: just $47 a year (a 90% savings).
There won’t be a better time to join Paid On Time. Sign up today…
-Ryan M. Healy
Direct response copywriter. 10 years experience. Available on a limited basis to write long-form sales letters, direct mail packages, space ads, emails (broadcasts and autoresponders), video scripts, opt-in pages, and copy for product launches. Learn More Here »