Clickbooth Gets It!

With contest going on and all the press that Clickbooth has gotten lately, I thought I would do a little review of them.

Clickbooth has been around since 2002 and is paying out over $20 million a month in commissions to affiliates.

As an affiliate you will also have access to their 24/7 support, via email, phone, AIM, blog and even Twitter (@clickbooth) Clickbooth is one of the few affiliate networks that “get it” by using social media to reach their affiliates and the affiliate community.

One of my biggest things with any affiliate network is customer service, from the moment you sign up. For me customer service is always #1. That being said, I recently signed up for Clickbooth and shortly after they contacted me and I was approved. My Clickbooth experience so far has been nothing but excellent.

On the main login page, you will find your affiliate manager’s contact information, along with all the tools needed to get started and manage your account, and one of my biggest likes is the “Deactivated Offers” list. This is one of my biggest pet peeves is to make affiliates aware of which offers are deactivated. Nothing is more frustrated than finding out that you’re sending traffic to an offer that has been deactivated.

Clickbooth has a huge number of offers; currently they have over 450 exclusive offers on top of many offers that other networks carry, plus they have some excellent payouts. I just moved servers last week, more on that later this week, so I haven’t run anything yet, but plan to before the week is up.

I also highly recommend you read their blog by Eric Schechter, not only because they recently interviewed me, but to see what’s going on behind the scenes at Clickbooth and upcoming contest.

So if you’re looking to expand your affiliate marketing efforts and looking for some new offers that you can’t find anywhere else, then check out Clickbooth today! I highly recommend them!

I look forward to meeting Eric and the rest of the Clickbooth crew at Affiliate Summit this coming weekend.

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