In a Relationship with Your Dating Offers? You should be!

Written by Zac Johnson
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As long as there has been internet… there has been online. With the amount of promotion online dating offers get, you would think they convert poorly and there is no money to be made. Fortunately, it’s the complete opposite! With such a demand for online dating, new networks are popping up every month, and all of the older networks still need to compete. What this means for you, is more money!

Let’s take a look at the dating offers listed at DatingLoot.com and how each site caters to the users and how you can profit from them.

The Classic Dating Offers
Whenever you are testing out general traffic from a new source, it’s always a safe bet to go with a successful veteran offer. You should already have tested and proven numbers to back up these campaigns. A few “classic” offers in online dating are True, SinglesNet, Mate1 and AmericanSingles. Most of the well known established dating sites will pay in the $3 range… with the ability to go much higher on volume. These three offers are continually a top performer across all affiliate networks.

Risque Offers
It’s no surprise that the more “adultish” an offer gets, the more attention and usually the more conversions it will pull. Outside of being claimed “pornography“, there are a few dating networks that push the envelope, while still occassionally managing to get approved slipped by on some social networks and banner placements. AdultFriendFinder.com, which has over 300,000 members, is the leader in adult online dating. Two other options for “risque” online dating offers are AmateurMatch and Passion.com (a branch off AFF). These offers usually start paying in the $2.50+ to $5 range for new signups. The success of most of these adult networks, is showing thumbnails of actual members and listing them as “Girls in Your Area“.

Targeted Dating Offers
As long as their are huge dating networks, there will also be smaller ones to cater to special interests, race and sexual orientation. ChristianMingle has been an extremely lucrative offer for affiliates advertising on Facebook, earning them over $3 per lead. Date.ca is a great example of how to geo-target your ad campaigns, as it’s catered specifically for people living in Canada. Other niche specific dating networks include BlackSingles and BBWPersonals. Many networks will create custom mini-sites or landing pages to improve user conversions. ChristianMingle and BlackSingles are both seen as two different networks, but owned by the same parent company.

VH1’s Pick Up Artist: MYSTERY
It’s no surprise that this guy is finally into affiliate marketing. After making several appearances at Affiliate Summit in Las Vegas, it’s only natural for him to take advantage of the power the internet. As for if his offer actually makes money… it’s a “mystery!”.

If you do a quick search on Google for “pick up artist affiliate program“, you can see several sites already playing off the success of his name. This is the first time I’ve seen one of his actual products/affiliate offer. Mystery’s “Revelation” book bundles pays out a $60 commission on a $97 now ($47 later) billing. With some simple targeting, you can easily put this offer in the face of users who are “interested” in “the pickup artist“. 😛

This was a quick run down of the different ways dating networks are catering their business to different markets and allowing for promotion from affiliates. Next week I will release another article on dating offers and how you can easily start profiting from running a few campaigns.

In the meantime, stop by DatingLoot.com and see what dating offers they have to offer. They also promise to beat any rate you are currently getting elsewhere.

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23 Replies to “In a Relationship with Your Dating Offers? You should be!”

  1. Interesting about Mystery – I was never clear on the angle for coming to Affiliate Summit.

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  2. <a class="replyTo" href="#comment-109629" rel="nofollow">@Shawn Collins:

    Same here. Would be great to know if this was a direct result of his coming to the event… or just eventually happened. Either way, I'm sure it won't be the last time we see him!

  3. I think that i am going to try them.

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  4. I’ve never tried the dating niche even though I understand there’s huge potential. Interesting to hear about Mystery. Do you know if he also try to make any money with affiliatemarketing or is he only selling his own products?

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  5. You're right! Finding the offer that works best for you may vary by company and network. Once you find the best one, you'll start seeing those much desired conversions and traffic.

  6. Who is that mystery guy? I've never heard of him before!

    Online dating is a very competitive niche these days and it's quite hard to make some serious money that way!

  7. Some good options, I'm doing well with the traditional offers and banking off the volume, but going to try some other ones and see how those convert.

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  8. @Zac Johnson:

    I saw him at Affiliate Summit and was cracking up! He's quite a character, not surprised he's looking for his next big venture- though it was pretty shocking to see him at an affiliate event.

  9. I betcha he gives current dating niche affiliates a run for their money!

    Great niche, although I am not too sure about some sites that promote cheating and affairs. That's when it goes too far, in my opinion.

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  10. <a class="replyTo" href="#comment-109661" rel="nofollow">@MLDina:

    VH1 should sponsor a booth for him next time around 😛 Maybe they can throw in Flavor Flav with a "teeth whitening" offer.

  11. Thanks for the Amateur Match mention, Zac. If anyone has questions about our program or promoting dating in general, please feel free to contact me! jay[at]datingblog[dot][com] – Also, first time commenter, long time reader, haha.

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  12. Never tried an online dating service, has anyone had success with them?

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  13. @Stocks on Wall Street, I have in the past just for kicks, and the only problem with these services… is that the people that are on there are mostly people who can't find dates in real life, so you get the picture…. and what you get… is a real bad selection to choose from.

    Till then,

    Jean

  14. Wow, dating offers are everywhere now. It seems like no one wants to go out to date anymore. It's funny how some of these sites do not do background checks and a lot of these people are….

    -Mike

  15. Sounds interesting, Dating networks are catering their business to different markets and promoting affiliate business.

  16. Hello,

    I've been looking for a good online dating website for gay people that is filled with real people and not a bunch of spammers. Anyone know of any?

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