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    Quote Originally Posted by FruityJelena View Post
    Hi all
    So, my main question is - Is it so hard to reply to an email, at least with something like - I'm not interested?
    Examples:

    1.) Excel affiliates, after 100500 emails.

    https://www.gpwa.org/forum/excel-aff...xcelaffiliates

    Today, i get new email from them.

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    Interesting topic

    1) We all get occasional requests from other AM's to share details of certain affiliates, I prefer a face to face introduction at a conference or drop it in a skype conversation. Only if the affiliate agrees, then share his details with the AM.

    2) As for prospecting new affiliates by email or skype, the best results I have found is when you spend a considerable amount of time on their site before you contact them. Read through their content, check their links, analyse their UX on site as if you were an organic visitor looking for relevant info. 9 out of 10 times you can come up with some feedback (good or bad), I have often reported broken links from competitors on their site in a first introduction email and received a response. It shows you are adding some kind of value, rather than spamming them with a request to join your affiliate program.

    3) AM's who respond to every single email and don't ignore the more challenging emails establish a better longterm report. Even if you don't have an answer to something, respond back to the affiliate. Bit like when my other half asks me when I will be mowing the lawn... if I don't respond, I will be sleeping on the sofa for a week.

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    I've had a classic case recently, I signed up to *** (won't name them) affiliates after months of badgering from a couple of aff managers. Got a couple of signups on my first month, but mysteriously the deal we agreed is now not showing on my account.

    In that same time the aff manager emailed me asking for more coverage on the site, I said "it's a new program so I usually wait a few months to see how it performs before offering extra exposure, but hey, how come the deal we agreed is now not showing on my account?" Radio silence. No response from the aff manager. This is a classic case of why affiliates ignore these contacts from aff programs.

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    Or an affiliate manager asking every 5 minutes if I already published the review, for morning until evening. I wished I never ever replied their first mail.

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    I am glad that affiliate managers state they know it's wrong to share contact details of their affiliates. (if they all state they won't do it, wonder why it still happens)

    For those affiliate managers that WOULD think it's ok to share an affiliate's details, please keep in mind that porn sites are ALWAYS looking for details of personal contacts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    For those affiliate managers that WOULD think it's ok to share an affiliate's details, please keep in mind that porn sites are ALWAYS looking for details of personal contacts.
    The kind of porn I like is....

    Oh, just the ones who like to share details?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonlight Cat View Post
    Examples:

    1.) Excel affiliates, after 100500 emails.

    https://www.gpwa.org/forum/excel-aff...xcelaffiliates

    Today, i get new email from them.
    same here lol , tired of them !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triple7 View Post
    Or an affiliate manager asking every 5 minutes if I already published the review, for morning until evening. I wished I never ever replied their first mail.
    so true! Let us affiliates do our job. We have the same goal in the end. Earn as much money from Every brand listed on our website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBCasinos View Post
    so true! Let us affiliates do our job. We have the same goal in the end. Earn as much money from Every brand listed on our website.
    There you touch an important point. I think me and an affiliate manager do not always have the same goal. My goal is to optimize my earnings, which means that it could be better to simply not list a certain brand. Their goal is to get as much earnings for their own brand. They do not care if that means that they're wasting traffic that other brands would convert in players. But I do care.

    Totally agree with "let us affiliates do our job". And if somehow I do not list their brand or don't give it too much exposure, they better should invest their time in making better their product.

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