Links - Irish Affiliate Programs

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  1. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    Irish Companies Offering Affiliate Programs

    If you know of any Irish companies / websites offering affiliate programs please let us know.
     
  2. CGorman

    CGorman New Member

    Pride - sells GAA, Gaelic Football and Hurling T-Shirts
     
  3. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    That looks interesting. How much do they pay out?
     
  4. CGorman

    CGorman New Member

    I've never used them, but they claim to pay 12% commission
     
  5. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    12% is very good. I'm not sure where I could push that, but I'm sure I could find adspace on search.ie :p
     
  6. CGorman

    CGorman New Member

    I'm sure you will! How well does search.ie do for you? I see it's at an alexa ranking of 600,000, which is a good bit off the leader browseireland.
     
  7. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    Alexa rank is meaningless. Repeat after me:
    "Alexa rank is meaningless"
     
  8. CGorman

    CGorman New Member

    "Alexa rank is meaningless"

    ...its the only public figures I could get quickly on search.ie... so how well does it do? Do you find directories work well with adsense?
     
  9. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    It does ok, though I would obviously be happier if it got about ten times the traffic it gets currently :D

    I moved it to a different backend last year and have only done a small bit of work on making it more search engine friendly in the last few weeks (I only work on it in the evenings or at weekends)

    The problem with Alexa is that it only shows the number of users with their spyware / plugin installed. It is quite easy to fool Alexa (or the readers of the stats) that your site is a lot more popular than it actually is...
     
  10. CGorman

    CGorman New Member

    I supppose Blacknight is your day job... i'm really impressed by your .ie offer, if I could i'd love to register several of Damien Mulley's suggestions...
     
  11. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    If you can provide a justification for registering them then why don't you?
     
  12. CGorman

    CGorman New Member

    I hear it's very messy to register .ie's what do I need to do to register one? I'm an individual, i'm not yet turned 18, and i've only ever registered .com's.

    BTW: That link I posted above is wrong, shoul be this
     
  13. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

  14. CGorman

    CGorman New Member

    Thanks checked it out... not much chance of me getting a signed piece of headpaper from a chartered accountant yet! I'll focus on what i'm already doing for now.

    Got to go, good luck with the forum (I will be back!)
     
  15. cr8or

    cr8or New Member

    iword

    Ive seen a new sms company http://www.iword.ie/ doing somthing like this .. you get a % for signup then a % of profit made on short codes .. seems like a good idea.
     
  16. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    Pity they don't have a signup form on their site..
     
  17. cr8or

    cr8or New Member

    prob to screen users im guessing .. who knows ?
     
  18. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    You can normally screen signups without forcing people to send email enquiries. The software we use handles it very nicely
     
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