What is it?
Our pay-per-click-per-visitor program is one part of our affiliate program. Within this program, affiliate partners earn money for every visitor they send to our website. Learn more >
Do I need to own a website blog to be an affiliate?
No, you do not.
Having a website or blog means you have some audience to market to.
However, you still need to have access to an audience you can market to.
Any of these will do:
Since you can post text and picture banners and links in social media and email messages, you can still be a very successful affiliate for us.
However, if you don't have access to any audience at all, there is no way you will be successful as an affiliate with no audience to market to.
Running online marketing campaigns on reputable ad networks may be an option for experienced marketers,
but joining or using PAY TO CLICK or TRAFFIC SALE/EXCHANGE websites is not an option for anyone.
How do I link to your website?
We offer a number of ways to link to our website. Please review the affiliate manual pages on linking carefully to understand all these options.
It does not matter what page you link to on our website, we pay the same $ 0.10 per click for every link.
I am shown 2 links (shop and join) on my account page, which one should I use?
Depends on which of our product/service/program you choose to market. If you are only interested in marketing our products and services, you can simply link to your sales portal ( www.ajiboye.com/shop/YOUR_AFFILIATE_CODE ). If you want to just market our affiliate program and recruit more folks into your salesforce, you can link to your recruiting portal ( www.ajiboye.com/join/YOUR_AFFILIATE_CODE ). If you want to market a specific product/service/program, you can find the product page on our website, and link to it directly as such ( www.ajiboye.com/ANY_WEB_PAGE_ADDRESS?aid=YOUR_AFFILIATE_CODE ). It's all very flexible. Please review the affiliate manual carefully for more details, especially the FAQs. Finally, it does not matter what page you link to, we pay the same 10 cents per click for everything. To see your earnings in realtime, go to the clicks report; all clicks and earnings and detail stats are on this report. Every month, all the data in the clicks report are converted into commission recordsd and paid out. At which point, you will see commission records on the My Commissions page. Please carefully review our documentation, all these is meticulously covered.
How much do you pay?
We currently pay 10 cents per click per visitor. So for example, if 1000 visitors click from your website or blogs to our website, we will pay you $ 100.00.
You can link to any page on our website. Please carefully review the affiliate manual pages on linking to see available linking options.
How do you pay?
We pay via CHECK, PAYPAL, WESTERN UINION or DIRECT DEPOSITS. Update your account to specify your preferred option.
* Your processing fees will be deducted from your commission payout amount. For example, if you are paid with WESTERN UNION and earn a payout of $ 100.00, yo will actually receive $ 90.00 after we substract the $ 10.00 processing fee.
When do you pay?
If you have earned any commissions within the month period ending, you will receive an email alert to the total amount of the commission on the 1st of every month.
All pay-per-click reports and commissions are audited by our team and paid out from the 1st - 31st of every month, excluding weekends.
We do not audit product/service sales, and commissions for product and service sales are paid out on the 1st of every month.
When your commission payout is made, you will receive an email alerting you to the fact that a payment has been made to you. You can track the status of your commission payouts on My Commissions.
Unfortunately, with over 10,000 partners in our affiliate network, we cannot respond to every commission payout inquiry. So please understand these guides and only create a helpdesk ticket regarding commission payouts if you do not receive your commission only after 2 months.
Is there a minimum?
No, there is no minimum. We pay what you've earned.
Do you accept traffic from PAY TO CLICK networks?
NO. WE DON'T.
Using ANY website or network with a PAY TO CLICK model is against our PLAIN SPEAK TERMS.
It does not matter to us what fancy description these networks give themselves, if their model overtly or covertly resembles a PAY TO CLICK model, we will add the website/network to our BLACKLIST, and will not pay commission for traffic coming from those networks.
Some of these call themselves traffic exchanges, traffic buys, traffic marketing, pay to click, and so on. No matter what they are, we can spot and blacklist these networks easily when we complete manual audits before payout.
Why don't you accept PAY TO CLICK networks?
Because they violate the common sense rule of marketing. Folks that you are paying to click on your ad, are not looking to buy anything.
What is POOR QUALITY TRAFFIC?
On your clicks report, traffic you are sending us can either be marked as GOOD or POOR.
GOOD traffic is high quality traffic that meets or exceed our minimum quality standards.
POOR traffic is poor quality traffic that do not meet our minimum quality standards.
We pay for GOOD traffic, and DO NOT pay for POOR traffic.
Please carefully review the affiliate manual page on clicks report for information on how to read and understand your clicks report and payout calculation.
What is traffic quality and how does it affect my payout?
All clicks are not born equal, we only pay for high quality traffic!
Click fraud affects online and programs like ours are targets for fraudsters and abusers trying to game the system. It is fairly easy to simulate clicks online, what is not easy to do is simulate high quality traffic.
So we only pay for high quality traffic.
High quality traffic only results when affiliates actually market using proven basic best practices:
Traffic flow reflecting these steps have a high quality signature. In technical terms, we see lower click fraud rate, lower bounce rates, higher pages per view rates, no spoofs and so on.
We track up to 10 key performace indicators indicating the quality level of the clicks traffic you generate for us.
If your clicks traffic meet or beats our minimum requirements, we pay you for the high quality traffic you are sending us.
If your clicks traffic do not meet our minimum requirements, we do not pay you for the poor quality traffic you are sending us.
How can I improve the quality of my clicks traffic from networks I market on?
Poor traffic quality will cost you dearly in payout income. Things like high bounce rates, low views per page and so on are clearly marked on your clicks report showing you where to improve your marketing to earn the payouts for the traffic you generate. High bounce rates, and other negative quality traffic metrics are all due to a simple fact: the intent of the visitor clicking on the link.
So it goes like this: the advertisement ( banner, or link ) that the visitor is viewing on these networks must match the content on the destination page that you send them on our website. We have a lot of pages with product and services information, and we make it easy to link directly to those pages that match the copy of what you are promoting on your networks.
For example, if you are promoting website solutions, it is better to link directly to our website solutions page ( http://www.ajiboye.com/website ) or even more specifically website design ( http://www.ajiboye.com/website-design ) page, rather than your standard sales portal website ( http://www.ajiboye.com/shop/YOUR-PARTNER-ID ) which basically is just a redirect to our own home page ( http://www.ajiboye.com ).
The bottom line is if you are showing an ad selling website design to someone on a website and they click on that ad, they expect to see information about website design immediately on the page they end up on our website. Website users are impatient, and may not go looking around on the website for the information; they just leave which is what a bounce is. Bounces directly affect your average page views per click, driving it down well below our required threshold. And so on, it's a ripple effect affecting all the other quality metrics we measure.
So all you have to do to assure good quality traffic from clicks you generate is to market carefully and properly by trying to understand the audience that you are marketing to. Do they want to actually buy a product? If so, are you taking them to the right information page on our website?
For information about linking to pages on our website, please review this page of the affiliate manual again. If you need more assistance, please contact the Helpdesk.
My clicks report says I earned $ X.00, but my commissions page shows nothing!
The clicks report shows you the commissions/payout you earn during a period, default to the current month cycle. At the end of the month, what it shows is processed automatically and a commission record is created for you, which you will find on your commissions page, marked as due. Then our auditors review your due commissions for the month and review your clicks report for any sign of fraud. This happens every month between the 1st and 12th of the month. If everything checks out, the auditor approves your commission and payment is issued immediately, usually made by Paypal, unless you changed the payment method on your account.
Is it the recruit website that allow me to earn $ 0.10 per click or the shop website?
It does not matter, all of our pages payout the same rate. You can send people to the recruit address, or your shop address, or any other webpage ( as long as you link properly ), on our website, and it's all the same. Please be sure to review pages in the affiliate manual on how to link properly.
What are spoofs?
Spoofs are cross-bleeds in traffic referrers. In the simplest form, this means more than one affiliate "claiming" to refer the same visitor at the same time ( time period ), which would be physically impossible. For example, you may claim that you are sending a visitor from one ip address to our website from your website, while at the same time, the visitor is seen coming from the same ip address to our website from yet another website, but this time by another partner. Spoofs only result from automatic traffic exchange systems, which as you know are not acceptable to us.
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