SpoofCard, a provider of enhanced calling card services, has announced a partnership with Commission Junction, one of the largest global pay-for-performance marketing networks, to promote its new affiliate program. The new program offers webmasters trusted-third party tracking, real-time reporting and monthly commission checks. SpoofCard launched its affiliate program officially on August 27.
With SpoofCard’s affiliate program, webmasters can gain a share of the company’s revenues by working as its partner in promoting the company’s services. All they need to do is link their portal with the website of SpoofCard. The new affiliate program of SpoofCard, launched at Commission Junction, provides webmasters with a wide array of text, flash and static banner ads. In addition to this, affiliates are offered support by a dedicated affiliate management team that is prepared to work in tandem with the webmasters.
The affiliate program of SpoofCard is also unique because it is among the very few programs in the industry that offer commissions for recurring purchases. With this feature, affiliates can earn passive income as well when a new customer is acquired by the company.
SpoofCard's unique calling card provides users with the ability to change the number displayed on the Caller ID. Customers can record phone conversations as well as modify one’s voice to sound like the opposite sex. SpoofCard is available for individuals as well as businesses and business owners, who wish to have a specific number displayed on the Caller ID when they are calling from a different phone e.g. a private cell phone.
Affiliates can join the program for free. New affiliates will receive a free SpoofCard as well if they sign-up and actively promote the SpoofCard program.
For more information on SpoofCard's affiliate program at Commission Junction, or to sign up to promote SpoofCard on your website, blog, or newsletter, please visit: www.spoofcard.com/affiliate.php
For more information on SpoofCard, please visit: www.spoofcard.com
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