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MySavings Mediais CPA or “cost per action” affiliate marketing company that pays you for each person that successfully signs up for freebies or other campaigns offered by their partners. They offer family friendly brand name campaigns. While MySavings offers many of the same campaigns as Logical Media and Escalate Media, they also offer an added way to promote their campaigns. With traditional affiliate networks you’ll have the option of banners, text links and often email campaigns to choose from. This means that you can insert an image anywhere on your blog.
However, with MySavings you can also create a”Syndicated Savings” widget, like Example #3 displayed on the right, that can be customized by size, color and particular campaign type. Some of the advertiser topics include “Coupons and Samples” while another option is “Survey“. You can choose how many ads show up as well. Once your widget is created, you can insert it in a post, page or sidebar. The ads will switch out when the campaign expires which means less work for you in terms of removing expired campaign links.
It’s absolutely free to joinMySavings Media, plus you’ll get a $25 cash bonus when you are approved for the MySavings affiliate network. If you have a website or blog you can apply. Plus, 0nce you join, you can earn a 5% commission for every approved new affiliate you refer to ReadySite.
If this is the first affiliate company you’ve ever partnered with, here are some things you’ll need to know before you sign up.
1) Site stats such as how many visitors does your site get.
2) A valid mailing address.
3) A social security number or tax i.d. number.
Okay…this is everything you need to know about MySavings Media to get started. If you have any additional questions leave them in the comment section below ( if you are reading this in a reader, you’ll have to click over to the site to comment), or contact me via email.