Announcing the JustRetweet Affiliate Program

by Chris Fong · 16 comments

I love the fact that JustRetweet has a core, loyal set of of users who use the site regularly to help promote their content. And I am really thankful for all of you who have taken the time to spread the word about JustRetweet through numerous blog posts, tweets and emails.

That’s why, over the past couple of months or so, I’ve been busy setting up the new JustRetweet affiliate program, and today I am excited to announce that it’s now live.

Once you sign up, you will be able to earn 30% commissions on referrals you send who buy any of our credit or Feature VIP packages. Not only that, but your affiliate links will drop a lifetime cookie so you will earn commissions if someone purchases a package today, next week, or even a year from now. And if you end up referring someone who buys packages on a regular basis, then you get a commission each and every time.

Plus, once you make 10 sales, I’ll bump your commissions up to 40%.

Most of the traffic to JustRetweet comes from referral traffic sent by our members. We have folks like Ileane Smith, Kim Roach, Ana Hoffman, Carol Amato, Terrance Charles, and many many others who have already written some awesome posts detailing how they are using JustRetweet as part of their online business.

So making some money by promoting JustRetweet is going to be really easy to do as anyone can write a simple case study that demonstrates their own results. And now with this new affiliate program, you can share in the success and growth of the site and help make it one of the best social sharing co-op services out there.

Click here to join the JustRetweet affiliate program

I’m also planning on rolling out a monthly affiliate contest in a couple of weeks once all the kinks have been worked out. Prizes will be based on signups, so everyone will have a great chance to win. Look for the official announcement in an upcoming blog post.

Update: If you haven’t received your approval email within 24 hours, please check your spam folder. I’ve been hearing back from some of you that the approval email is ending up there.

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