Best Musical Instrument Affiliate Program

Profile picture of the author iwilsmar by iwilsmar Posted: 01/07/2011
Hello Warriors,

I have a couple hundred page review site going, and traffic is building nicely.

I'm at the point now, where it's time to start monetizing.

I'm looking for info on Musicians Friend or ZZSounds, as these two seem to have the best programs.

From what I can tell, M-Friend pays a bit more, but ZZ has a longer cookie...45 compared to 14 days.

Any feedback would be appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author AFI
    AFI
    Really it's just up to your own personal preference. You could even log into Commission Junction to see if they have any music affiliate programs.
  • Profile picture of the author masterofinternate
    masterofinternate
    Friend,
    So now you want to start your affiliate program? yes its the best time to do this. the two sites that you are interested are both cool and trusted. sorry but i never used them personally. but heard a lot in other forums and blogs about them. but you can also visit CJ, clickbank and other well reputed sites before taking decision.
    Wish you all the best.
    thanks.
  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    WillR
    Originally Posted by TestosteroneDude View Post
    Hello Warriors,

    I have a couple hundred page review site going, and traffic is building nicely.

    I'm at the point now, where it's time to start monetizing.

    I'm looking for info on Musicians Friend or ZZSounds, as these two seem to have the best programs.

    From what I can tell, M-Friend pays a bit more, but ZZ has a longer cookie...45 compared to 14 days.

    Any feedback would be appreciated.
    I would probably be more inclined to go with Musicians Friend - the main reason being that it is the best known online music shop around. Trust plays a big role when people make purchases online so using a shop they already know and trust should yield better results.
  • Profile picture of the author Abbie88
    Abbie88
    Sorry, but I was wondering why no one said anything about amazon.
    They got tons of musical instruments and ready to sell online.
    Actually I'm on my way to try M-friend and zzounds to combine with amazon.
  • Profile picture of the author pahsurf
    pahsurf
    Actually, from my experience, DubTurbo, located at the CB market place gets the best conversions. I've made some good money with it
  • Profile picture of the author rentmyinstrument
    rentmyinstrument
    If you're still interested in a musical instrument affiliate program, we have our own, and it can be for purchase or rental. Send me an email!
  • Profile picture of the author ProAffiliate01
    ProAffiliate01
    Maybe you can do more than one musical affiliate programs. Why not?
  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    agmccall
  • Profile picture of the author undergroundaff
    undergroundaff
    Any of the large warehouse type musical places are cool. I am a musician and I purchase mainly from Sweetwater and Guitar Center for guitar and recording related products.

    Sweetwater has an incredible sales staff and you are assigned a sales person that calls and checks on your satisfaction after orders or if there is a delay etc... so if you have a following and you know they will always go through your site they would be a good option at converting potential buyers.

    I think but not sure GuitarCenter is through Commission Junction but if you have established quality site should be easy to get accepted.

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