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The Adidas Affiliate Program: Monetizing A Sports Brand


In this post, I review the Adidas affiliate program. I cover the commission structure, promotional strategies, and examples of successful affiliate sites promoting Adidas brand products. If you’re unfamiliar with the company, Adidas designs and manufactures clothing, shoes, and accessories.  According to Wikipedia, it’s the biggest sportswear manufacturer in Europe, and the second largest in the world, trailing […]

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The Nike Affiliate Program: Joining & Monetizing


Does Nike offer an affiliate program? Yes, but with a caveat. The bad news here is that according to this support page, Nike is not currently accepting new affiliate applications for U.S. traffic.Don’t despair, however, because there’s still a chance you can get into this iconic brand’s affiliate program if you’re a European Union citizen. And there could […]

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The Uber Affiliate Program: Monetizing Ride-Sharing


In this post, I discuss the Uber affiliate program- examining its commission structure and discussing how I would acquire and push traffic to this offer.  Living in NYC, Uber has become indispensable to urban navigation. Given the filth and incompetence of our MTA train system, Uber is a lifeline for fast, comfortable transportation.  Despite some recent controversies, […]

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The Home Depot Affiliate Program: Better Than Amazon?


If you’re a niche site publisher, you’re probably familiar with the all-powerful Amazon Associates affiliate program. There are, however, other affiliate programs that are worth promoting- especially if you’re in the hardware & tools niche. In this post, I’ll review the Home Depot affiliate program- analyzing their commission structure, how they compare with Amazon’s referral […]

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The Wayfair Affiliate Program: Any Good?


If you’re an online publisher in the home & garden space, you’re probably familiar with Wayfair. This home goods e-commerce company launched in 2002 and specializes in home furnishings and décor items. According to Wikipedia, it has over ten million products from over 10,000 suppliers. As opposed to some of the other physical-goods affiliate programs […]

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The Walmart Affiliate Program [Full Review]


While the Amazon Associates program is the most popular option for physical goods affiliates, Walmart is another resource if you’re trying to make money online. I won’t lie to you- in terms of revenue and pure conversion power, nothing beats Amazon and their affiliate program. I’ve been using Walmart, Jet, and Wayfair as Amazon Associates […]

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The Lowe’s Affiliate Program: Worth Promoting?

Lowe’s is a Fortune 500 American company that runs a chain of appliance and home improvement and stores in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. According to Wikipedia, Lowe’s is the 2nd biggest hardware chain in the United States, sitting behind The Home Depot and ahead of Menards. On a global scale, Lowe’s is the second-biggest hardware […]

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The Target Affiliate Program: How To Cash In


Target is the second-biggest discount store retailer in the U.S., placing just behind Walmart (Source). If you’re running an authority site, could Target be a viable alternative to the dominant Amazon Associates affiliate program? In this post, we examine the Target affiliate program, comparing it to Amazon’s affiliate program, and discuss promotional strategies.If you’d like to signup, […]

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The Best SEO Affiliate Programs For Internet Marketers

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The SEO niche is incredibly lucrative. It sits beneath the ‘make money online’ & ‘internet marketing’ umbrella.  If you’re any sort of player in the make money online (MMO) or ‘learn SEO’ space you’re likely paying for at least half a dozen software services- the majority of which probably have affiliate programs that you can cash in […]

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