shareasale affiliate?

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What is best way to find out a companys shareasale affiliates? Basically, if you want to "spy" on your competition and contact their affiliates whats best way to do it?

Please dont recommend affiliate elite, that doesnt work for shareasale, cj, etc.
#internet marketing #affiliate #shareasale
  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    You need to research the products/ merchants manually. A lot of programmers create the automatic softwares for the ClickBank. But there is no automatic software that designed for the affiliate networks. e.g: ShareASale, CJ, etc. I surveyed the softwares more than 3 years.

    However, you can use a keyword researcing software. e.g: Keyword Elite.
  • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
    Why not join the forum that they support (I think they own or have partnership in but that's just an opinion)..

    The forum that charges merchants like $2,000 for their own forum thread for affiliates.. Cant thinkof the name off hand but I think the link is inside your shareasale account on the header menu.


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