Make Money with 123InkJets Affiliate Program

Written by Zac Johnson
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Affiliate Program Review:
Everyone needs ink and everyone is searching online for the best discounts on it. With 123InkJets, you can target to this niche audience, while offering the competitive rates and cheap discounts they are looking for. 123InkJets have been around for many years now and are one of the largest ink providers online. This offer has been a consistent performer in the affiliate space for many years now.

Through NeverBlueAds and RocketProfit, you can start promoting 123InkJets, while earning $14.50-$15.00 per sale. Through NeverBlueAds, this offer currently is earning around .35 per click, based on network performance. There is still heavy competition in the ppc market on ink jet offers, but there is still also plenty of money to be made. To heavily increase your conversions and chances of making money in this competitive niche, make sure to test with longtail keywords, targeting towards ink jets coupons and actual printer / cartridges model numbers.

Landing Page Screenshot:

– 123InkJets: View Landing Page

Participating Networks:
– NeverBlueAds (CPA) & RocketProfit (CPA)

Commission Rates:
$14.50-$15.00 per Sale

Traffic Allowed: Search, Banners, Text

Related PPC Keywords:
inkjets, return ink catridges, printer ink, ink catridges, toners, cheap printer ink, buy ink
(Refer to my Super Affiliate Guide section for pay per click marketing tips. Test this search campaign with Yahoo and receive a $25 credit and/or Start a new campaign with MSN AdCenter & receive a $50 credit.)

Relevant Categories:
Shopping > Office Products > Supplies

This affiliate program review post is part of a new series on this called “CPA Spotlight“. A new affiliate based offer will be reviewed and featured daily. Along with a full offer review, you will receive information on where you can promote the offer, along with payout ranges, traffic promotions and keywords to target your ppc campaigns.

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8 Replies to “Make Money with 123InkJets Affiliate Program”

  1. @Paul…if you're not in the country that the offer is geared towards then it will redirect you….a lot of the offers do that…I guess it's better than nothing…even though it is untargeted traffic it could still possibly make some sales…I've made a cpl bucks from it…

    But, what I do now is use a geotargeting script that figures out ahead of time where you are from and creates the affiliate link appropriately.

    For example, I have a Bad Credit Car Loan offer that pays well but only for the US. If I get a Canadian browser to the page I regenerate the link to point to a Canadian offer even though it pays a little less. That has netted me better profits than a SmileCentral type thing because obviously it's a bit more targeted.

    Great blog Zac….

  2. I have an ink site that's pretty lame to be honest. I used to use 123inkjets. I prefer the high % per sale deals rather than per click or flat per sale. I have had sales upto $500-600 range ( I assume small business) and those payout at 25-33% or so.

    This month I am averaging a sale on 11.3% of all clicks and a payout per click right around $1.80. Sure I have had a few lower sales, like $9.00, but the average commission is closer to $20.

    FWIW, my site is an ink site with a 3 word domain with all natural traffic and very few backlinks.

  3. Zac,

    I have given your 123inkjets PPC concept a try using Commission Junction and Adwords.

    Day 1

    I setup a Godaddy url redirect with 1K+ Google-Adword keywords.

    Day 2

    Adwords reports 2K+ impressions, no clicks yet. Ads start showing on first 10 pages. Some keywords go inactive for .50 minimum bid. I increased bids from .30 to .50 on all keywords. I create more keywords totaling almost up to the 2K per ad group limit.

    Day 3 – BANG, 1 click overnight! Whoopee. Some Progress….NOT.

    Now it gets interesting…

    Almost all of my 2K keywords go inactive requiring $5.00 and some $10.00 minimum bids.

    So tonight I try an experiment. I saved all of my key words and deleted everything except my .50 minimum bid keywords.

    Then I add this gem keyword " ashshfeuhfs sdjhsadghk vmvjsksfue

    Pure random key strokes are the source of this keyword and Adwords sets it to inactive with a $5.00 minimum bid. Now…how did they come up with that!

    Did I freak out Adwords with too many keywords? Was there way too much keyword activity for Adwords to handle in a few short days?

    Really hope you can respond.

    Thanks,

    Ray Szasz

    1. Zac,

      After some thought tonight I think I know what happened. My Adword campaign has been Google slapped. I believe my keywords were inactivated because Google detected the 301 redirect my ads were pointing to and they shut down my keywords.

      This is probably an off shoot of their MFA site crackdown efforts. I think conceptually this strategy I tried is really the same thing as MFA in Google's eyes. NO RELEVANT SITE CONTENT, NO TRAFFIC.

      I was bidding on keywords that were related to printers, ink, coupons and model numbers that directly related to the target site – so there was relevancy in the link, which I thought would pass Google scrutiny.

      I guess I can try using another traffic source, Yahoo or MSN.

      Anyway, you made some good referral bucks because I clicked and have joined several of your recommended affiliate programs. I know I can generate online revenue – I just need to figure out how to get the dough landing into my pocket.

      By the way your OYH3 coupon did save me $6 bucks off the go-dad-dy site registration. A few bucks saved and some lessons learned on this round.

      Let me know what you think.

      Regards,

      Ray Szasz

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