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Get Cash For Your Opinion’s Generous Affiliate Program Raises Eyebrows

(PRWEB) June 3, 2004

The fanatically popular website, Get Cash For Your Opinion Dot Com, has made it clear that it will continue to pay its affiliates an 80% commission. This is virtually unheard of in the business world. It is unclear why the company would maintain such unusually high commissions when they have no shortage of applicants for their affiliate program. A spokesman for the company says, “Our program has been a dream come true; everyone wants to get paid for taking surveys; our affiliates deserve to be rewarded for spreading the word.”

Many people still do not know what an affiliate program is. An affiliate program is a mutually beneficial way for two parties to promote a product. The affiliate simply recommends the merchant’s product to others, usually through a link on his website. He is then paid a commission for this (usually 10-40 %).

In the case of Get Cash For Your Opinion Dot Com, its affiliate program has been successful because the affiliates themselves use the service. In addition to receiving four fifths of all revenue they bring to the company, they themselves fill out surveys for extra money (affiliates are not required to purchase the product). They believe in the product and therefore promote it with more enthusiasm, which causes them to make even more money. “This is a dynamic that we never want to abandon” says James Smith, affiliate director for the company. “If it means paying double or even triple what other companies pay, then so be it. You can’t argue with our success and we have a lot of good will as a result”

When pressed to explain how they can afford such high commissions, Mr. Smith admitted that the company spends next to nothing on advertising. “We don’t have to. Our affiliates take care of all the marketing for us. There are millions of people who would love to get paid just for filling out surveys. Our affiliates simply refer them to us and get paid well for it. Everyone makes money; the customer, the affiliate, and our company.” When asked if the company needed anymore affiliates, Mr. Smith’s response was, “We are always looking for high-producing affiliates. However, we impose no minimum on our lower-producing affiliates.”

Get Cash For Your Opinion Dot Com’s exaggerate affiliate commissions are possible because advertising expenses are eliminated, which can otherwise be substantial. The affiliates are rewarded with 80% commissions because they are successful, and they are successful because they are selling a product that sells itself: the opportunity to make money just for expressing your opinions, with no luck or skill required.

Anyone interested in learning more about Get Cash For Your Opinion Dot Com can visit their website at:

Get Cash For Your Opinion Dot Com sells a program that gives consumers access to hundreds of companies that are willing to pay them cash for their opinions. The program is backed buy a 90 day money-back guarantees and there are virtually no charge-backs. Get Cash For Your Opinion is at the forefront of a quickly expanding new industry and welcomes any new affiliates or other interested parties. Please send an e-mail to: [email protected]

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