Their gimmic is they automatically put 50 bucks in your account when signing up.
In january I had 28 signups with them.
So far in February a grand total of ZERO. This is with the same banner placement and my traffic actually being higher.
Of course my earnings are in the $90's and you must be at $100 to get paid.
It just seems to be a scam. Get people to join with the lure of 50 free bucks, and then when approaching payment, put the brakes on your signups.
I don't know about the sudden decline in signups... it could have to do with dating club changing their site very recently. They no longer offer the "free trial" that so many people have been promoting, they offer a free ad posting only. I wrote and asked them if they told affiliates about the change in their site and they said they were working on it... or something to that effect. Very unprofessional IMHO.
Also, beware of the terms of the affiliate agreement. Upon finer inspection I noticed that if 4% of your signups don't buy a membership from them, that datingclub has the right to reduce your commissions to next to nothing (I can't remember the exact amount, but it was nowhere near the $1+ per signup they claim to give).
Hauling down all their links from my sites is on my todo list!
I joined them a few weeks before the $50 bonus, but even at that, I've been stalled at around $76 in commissions from them forever. SocialNet, Kiss.com, and WebPersonals are good ones, though. SocialNet recently merged with American Singles, so I don't know how that will effect their affiliate program. One and Only isn't a great performer for me, but it pays on time every month.
Could you post the url for this site? I've never heard of it before, and want to check it out... no, I'm trying to find a girl online! :) I just want to see what the affiliate program is like, for real. :)
Hi Lorena, can you tell wat your converstion ratio with Kiss.com is? that is signups that take up a paid subscription?