Affiliate Programs Rejections?

Affiliate Programs Rejections And What To Do About It

I’ve noticed that too many people get discouraged when getting rejected by an affiliate program. The rejection by affiliate programs is a cost of business for the business we are in . The clever thing to understand is that it is not personal, it is business as usual. But there are many steps you can take to revert that. The reasons for program rejection are too many and here is an email sent to me today 8/8/2013  from an ink company I’m affiliated with warning their affiliates from certain acts, so keep this in mind and here is the email…

{Hello,
 
In light of a recent rise in affiliate fraud we would like to take this opportunity to remind you of our PPC terms. Please remember that as a 1INk.com affiliate you have agreed to the following term and conditions:
 
– You may not bid on any of our trademarked terms, including any variations or misspellings thereof – 1ink, 1ink.com, www.1ink.com, 1ink coupons. -You may not use our trademark terms in sequence with any other keyword (e.g. 1Ink Coupon). – You may not use our trademarked terms in your ad title, ad copy, display name or as the display URL.
You may direct link your search traffic to our website. If You are found to be engaging in any of the above practices, We reserve the right to reverse any/all sales generated. It is suggested that if You participate in PPC advertising, that You add our trademarked terms as negative keywords.
 
You have 48 hours to remove any ads which are in violation of the above terms. Failure to do so will result in immediate termination from the 1Ink.com affiliate program and decommission of all sales. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
 
Thank you for your cooperation.
 
Warmest Regards,
PMG® Affiliate Management Team}
 
Hope this email gives you some insight of what’s been happening with affiliate programs,  like the say” The bad guys spoils it for the good ones“. So  it is very understandable why some companies are so picky when it comes to who they pick as an affiliate.
 
The nature of your website plays a roll
 
One more thing to remember is that your kind of niche plays a big roll in how you are picked by some certain companies, a health product company won’t be too comfortable to affiliate with a website that sells dogs, it makes sense since the conversion with such website would be almost zero in comparison with another site that sells heath product.
So, its all about business and nothing is personal.
 
You can Call the affiliate manager 

You can also call the affiliate manager of that certain company rejected you, In many cases, they would love to hear from you and to know that you are on the level and are going to promote in ways that best represents their company’s interest. There are too many scammers and spammers out there that give the affiliate company a bad name. They want to make sure you are not one of those pirates.

You can resubmit your application

Also don’t hesitate to resubmit later down the line. Most Affiliate companies often have multiple managers and when you resubmit later, you will be reviewed by someone different that may actually take the time to review your application and get approved. And if you get rejected again just move one and what the hell with them!… There are  thousands  of affiliate programs out there. Here is an affiliate sponsor company that is very well known, this is where I got most of the affiliate programs and banners for my website,  just click on the banner and register, I’m very positive you’ll end up with fifty affiliate programs at the end of the day.

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And you also visit this page  And register free for this digital network program,  I just registered with them myself  and they sound pretty good to me.

Again let me repeat, if you get rejected from an affiliate program, don’t take it personal. This very normal in our online world. Affiliate managers have their own motivations, reasons, company polices and there are things you can do to revert as described above.  Rejection from an affiliate program is the last thing I’ll worry about.

Sincerely

Sam Ammouri


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