Up and coming affiliate network Advaliant, is holding a promotion this month to award top affiliates on their promotion with a very successful offer called Ultra Green Tea Lean. Original Advaliant was going to award the top SEVEN affiliates, based upon their leads sent for the month… I received an email yesterday letting me know that they are increasing their cash prizes award to 15 more affiliates… making it a total of 22 affiliate prizes. Here’s how the affiliate cash prizes are broken down.
In addition to hefty commissions, 22 affiliates will receive cash awards!
The prizes amounts will be awarded based on overall volume for the month on the Ultra Green Tea Lean offer. I’m doing fairly well with the offer, but I’m not pushing enough volume to rank in the FIVE award amounts, so I figured I would share this promotion with everyone else as well.
A quick test campaign shows this offer has a lot of potential!
Based off my current stats and ad groups, the offer is earning around .50 – .80 per click, which is pretty good. I didn’t do much at all with this campaign, as I just threw a couple ad groups together to see some initial stats and how it converts. With a high paying commission of $26 per lead, there is definitely room to test and improve on these numbers.
Advaliant Ultra Green Tea Lean Offer:
So what exactly is the Green Tea offer everyone is promoting? Well, first off, the campaign pays a $26 commission on every lead. A lead is anyone sent to your landing page and requests a free 30 day trial (cc required). The landing page is setup nicely and there are a bunch of different creatives for you to test and play with.
An Excellent Landing Page = Great Converting Offer
I’ve been an affiliate with Advaliant for several months now and met with them at Affiliate Summit West. If you aren’t already an affiliate with Advaliant, I recommend you join now and start promoting this offer. Even if you can’t push heavy volume, you can still make some good money with this offer. And for those of you heavy volume pushers, the month is still early!