How to Apply for Infolinks Affiliate Program

by Galyna on February 5, 2012

If you are searching for Infolinks  affiliate program, you’ve probably notice that they don’t have usual page for affiliates anywhere on their website. However they do do have their partner program running.

In order to become an affiliate, you need to contact Infolinks via email and ask them to participate. I basically wrote “Dear Sirs, my name is Galyna I wanted to ask whether you have an affiliate program and if so how I can appy for it .” Next day I’ve receved an answer with my personal affiliate link and the rules.

This is the rules:

For each publisher who joins the Infolinks network by clicking your personal referral link, you will be entitled to a one-time referral fee of up to $1,000 per new publisher, as follows*:

• Small Publisher – $25 (up to 10,000 average net Infolinks page impressions per day)
• Medium Publisher – $100 (up to 100,000 average net Infolinks page impressions per day)
• Large Publisher – $1,000 (over 100,000 average net Infolinks page impressions per day)

* Publisher’s traffic must have at least 30% of traffic from the US. If less than 30% of the publisher’s traffic comes from the US then the referral fee will be 30% of the fees listed above.

Please notice that in order for you to be entitled to the referral fees, the new publisher must be actually new (and not in previous contact with Infolinks or related to any of the Infolinks publishers), must enter the Infolinks website through your referral link, be accepted to become a qualified Infolinks publisher, and remain a fully active Infolinks publisher with an average of at least 300 daily net impressions for a minimal consecutive period of three months. Only after this period, and subject to you still being a fully active Infolinks publisher as well through that period, you will be paid (together with your regular earnings), all subject to your agreement with Infolinks and in accordance with the results accumulated and recorded in the Infolinks system.

So if you like you can join Infolinks (affiliate link) and then apply to become part of their affiliate program for publishers.

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1 Jonathan Cohen 02.06.12 at 4:00 pm

Hi Galyna,

This is Jonathan from Kontera. Looking at your content, I think you might be a better match as a publisher and as a referral partner for INTENTclick. INTENTclick is a new direct response in-text network from Kontera specifically for publishers like yourself with either Save Money or Better Income content on their sites.

The network comes from Kontera, the leading provider of in-text brand advertising, only rather than brand advertising; INTENTclick provides direct response offers from the leading performance players in the target verticals.

INTENTclick also offers a unique Performance based RPC (rate per click) payment system that provides several key advantages over competing affiliate solutions.

For instance, our RPC guarantees a minimum of $0.07 per click for U.S. users. In comparison, Infolinks typically only pays publishers ($0.01-$0.02) for this type of content. Additionally, clicks that convert into leads or sales significantly increase the publisher’s RPC levels. So if your site traffic generates sales for the advertisers, you’ll also receive commission sized compensation.

You get the steady PPC income, without having to miss out on the big commissions from affiliate sales.

Additionally, the INTENTclick referral program offers you a 10% monthly commission from the earnings of every approved publisher you refer to INTENTclick, for a full year. That means regardless of the size of the referral, you’ll still receive compensation.

If you’d like more information about INTENTclick, you can signup as a publisher by going to or learn more about our Referral Program here .

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