How many of you use multiple affiliate networks?

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I'm just curious how many of you regularly use multiple affiliate networks such as cj.com, Rakuten, ClickBank... or primarily just one?

If so, what affiliate networks should I be looking at.. or the most popular?

Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author aborsuk2
    The two I see most are jvzoo and clickbank.
  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    I am also using multiple ad networks. It helps me to diversify my income sources.
  • Profile picture of the author finlibre
    Yep. ClickBank, JVZoo, WarriorPlus, MaxBounty, DealGuardian, Peerfly, and Zaxaa. It really just depends on who has the types of offers that you want to make.

    Also, it's good to spread out your income sources. Don't just rely on one affiliate, ad network or method.
  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    Originally Posted by ultravi01 View Post


    If so, what affiliate networks should I be looking at.. or the most popular?

    Ryan
    This question is asked many times here. And my answer is always the same. Use the affiliate networks that have the product or products you want to promote.

    al
  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Yes- multiple is the way to go once you get going. If you are just starting out, try not to start with just one until you're earning enough to diversify to other networks as well
  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    I use multiple CPA networks, as they won't all have the same offers. However, at the same time, offers that do exist on multiple networks can be a benefit if you're sending an offer that you have a cap or the network has fixed budget for the month. So if either gets hit, you could switch to promoting the offer on another network.
  • Profile picture of the author Josh Mayers
    Hey Ryan,

    Personally, I use Clickbank, Clicksure, JvZoo, WarriorPlus as I think these are the best.

    My favorite is Clickbank as it has a huge variety of subniches that you can choose from and the products are the utmost quality of you ask me.

    Nowadays, i'm not so much of a fan of Clicksure as I used to be because a lot of offers are hit or miss and are too hypey.

    Hope this helps!

    -Yahshua
  • Profile picture of the author VidasVegas
    Am using multiple income streams funnel I promote only one link and get paid commissions from many services including autoresponders such as Aweber Getresponse
  • Profile picture of the author mickyl
    I also use multiple networks, it depends on what kind of product I want to promote - for instance, now I am working in a niche that doesn't offer too many good digital products, so I had to do some digging and found the best ones on two different networks.
  • Profile picture of the author Shawn Stinnett
    I like Maxbounty & ClickBank.
  • Profile picture of the author Joshua Young
    I use multiple networks. Some for CPA, some for affiliate marketing outside of the make money online niche. I really like ClickBank for niches outside of internet marketing.
  • Profile picture of the author stephenm44
    I use Warrior Plus which is great and JVZoo.
  • Profile picture of the author markowe
    A lot of people when they are asking this question are basically at the stage where they are making a site and wondering which banners to slap everywhere.

    And the answer in that case is, don't put ANY ads/affiliate offers. Create a decent site/funnel/whatever first. I see so many newbie sites that are just one big billboard.
  • Profile picture of the author Andrew Hurst
    Several, those mentioned along with some of the ones from other commentors here.
  • Profile picture of the author ultravi01
    Thanks for all the comments. I noticed that nobody mentioned some of the biggest affiliate networks like CJ, Rakuten (Linkshare), Pepperjam, etc... are these falling out of favor?

    Thanks!
    Ryan
    • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
      Originally Posted by ultravi01 View Post

      Thanks for all the comments. I noticed that nobody mentioned some of the biggest affiliate networks like CJ, Rakuten (Linkshare), Pepperjam, etc... are these falling out of favor?

      Thanks!
      Ryan
      It's interesting; nine years ago I used CJ, LS, and CB. I haven't used them for at least three or four years.

      Now I use JVZ and SAS plus several self-hosted programs.

      SAS has some excellent MMO type offers.

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