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Azoogle's New MPORT Affiliate Network to Compete with CJ & LS?

Discussion in 'General Affiliate Marketing Forum' started by Linda Buquet, Aug 29, 2005.

  1. Linda Buquet

    Linda Buquet <span style="color: #daa520;font-weight: bold;">Me

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    Sometimes AdBumb prints rumors that are funny but not true - yet I have seen a number of times when they turned out to have the inside scoop before anyone else. So I followed a lead over the weekend from a story they printed and found that AzoogleAds is indeed ready to launch their new affiliate network. Azoogle isn't talking about it yet. I assume they will do a press release next week. Looks like it's designed to go head to head with CJ and LinkShare:

    They are offering merchants a special promo through 2005 - NO FEES PERIOD. The fee structure they have set up to start Jan 06 looks like it was modeled after CJ's merchant fee structure - only lower. They even have a fee for setting up a "new action" - that's a CJ term! Affiliates also get a sign-up bonus of $50 for joining - through Sept. 30th.

    My guess is they are planning to make a big splash right before CJU to ensure that all the merchants and affiliates that will soon be congregating in Santa Barbara will be buzzing about it. I SWEAR I do not have a source inside and have not talked to anyone about this. Just seems like it would be perfect PR timing. I really like CJ (for the most part) but maybe some new competition would do the whole industry some good right now. Azoogle is big enough and well respected enough to take the big boys on. If they do it right, keep the network clean and take good care of affiliates they could force some other networks to clean up their act and step up their game!

    Original Source, AdBumb's publication: NewMedia Report

    Join the Mport Affiliate Program Here:
    http://www.5staraffiliateprograms.com/affiliate-network.html

    What do you think?
     
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