Make Money with Boca Java Affiliate Program

Affiliate Program Review:
Boca Java has been around for many years now and have quite a presence on the internet. This works to your advantage, because people like to buy name brand products they can trust. In addition to being able to promote the offer through several different networks, they also offer different payout structures, landing pages and promotional offers. Boca Java’s visibility across several networks gives you the options to test the program on many different levels. On networks like NeverBlueAds, RocketProfit and Copeac, you can run the campaign on a CPA basis, and target towards different landing pages/promotions. The program is also available on Shareasale, which you can promote and earn 15% of each sale. The average order size from Boca Java coffee is in the $40 range. I recommend joining all three networks to split test this offer and see where it works best for you.

Landing Page Screenshot:

Boca Java: View Landing Page

Participating Networks:
NeverBlueAds (CPA), COPEAC (CPA) , Rocket Profit (CPA) & Shareasale (% of Sale)

Commission Rates:
$24-$26.25 CPA or 15% of Sale through Shareasale

Traffic Allowed: Web, Email, Search

Related PPC Keywords:
best coffee, best gourmet coffee, coffee gourmet services, coffee beans, coffee gourmet recipe, fresh coffee, decaf espresso
(Refer to my Super Affiliate Guide section for pay per click marketing tips. Test this campaign with Yahoo and receive a $25 credit and/or Start a new campaign with MSN AdCenter & receive a $50 credit.)

Relevant Categories:
Shopping > Food > Beverages > Coffee and Tea > Coffee

This affiliate program review post is part of a new series on this blog, 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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  1. The fact that you can promote this one through more than one network and play the trial&error game until you find out what works best for you is a huge advantage, I have to agree.

    Alan Johnson

  2. zac nice! i used these guys during December and it did great – I was kind of surprise to see users join because personally I wouldn't have joined but then again I am not into coffee that much

  3. Zac- pure genious…….your "CPA spotlight"- with wonderful ideas like these only in January- your blog revenue numbers for 2008 are going to be off the charts! If you were our President there is no way the economy would be in a recession right now

  4. My desire to start a blog about coffee just went up by 99% 🙂

    Thanks for the heads up, Zac.

  5. Zac, I like the new CPA spotlight updates.

    Everybody asks for tips on affiliate programs, but most affiliate won't share what's working.

    Another Angle To Boost Conversions:

    Try Pingo's Free $25 Boca Java Gift Card Offer

    Customer signs up for a Pingo Calling Card for


    They recieve the Free $25 Boca Java Gift Card

    Plus an Extra $5 Phone Card

    Affiliate earns $15.00 CPA in making this sale

    landing page:

    Good luck all you coffee drinkers


    Affiliate Manager

  6. I was actually thinking about signing up for their coffee and testing them out. I didn't know that they had an affiliate program! Thanks for sharing…

  7. I market coffee with Gano Excel Im really thinking of joining Bocha Java as a member how much is the pay out per box of coffee"" 20% 50% ?? please let me know Gano Excel pays 56% to all members.

  8. Yesterday,I came across a Boca Java offer of coffee @ $19.xx with a free software program. I was ready to purchase it right now, I love coffee, and could use the software. I googled Boca Java to find the offer again, and found this web-page. Now I'm leery. I thought it was a real coffee company, with a promotion, but after reading this web page, it sounds like a scam, and you all' read like a bunch of scam artists. I'll investigate a bit further, if it's a scam, thanks for the tip, If it's legitimate, you people are really stupid…..keep your dirty-laundry off of a public bulletin-board–

    1. UPDATE-I seriously was ready to purchase the Boca Java (offer) right-away, but thanks to you guys, I did some googling-research on them. It seems, that the coffee is so-so, some people like it, others don't (so what else is new), but the scam is that Boca Java makes it really, and I mean really, difficult to cancel….seems you can only cancel by phone, and I've read that they don't always answer it…….now I'm trying to figure-out if you guys are plain stupid, or just don't really care……either way, thanks….I'll buy my coffee at the market!! –al

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