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    Any experience with travel related affiliate programs? Which ones are the best?

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    Check outOneTravel. They pay and my test purchases tracked just fine.

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    Hi,
    Talking about solely hotels, too me:
    Asia: Asiavoyage24 & Planetholiday
    Europe:Bookings.org (Amsterdam) & Hotelclub.net (Paris)

    States: Travelnow & PriorityPartner

    These are my best performers, Expedia/Lodging/Onetravel/ are for me poor performers for Hotels, but maybe for complete packages they are better.
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    Thumbs up for TravelNow.

    Had problems with Expedia that is yet to be settled after several e-mails and phone calls.

    Banners from CJ seem to dissappear from my site.

    "Life is a journey - not a destination"
    Aerosmith

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    Thanks Jim

    Mokum- we are constantly expanding our International net rate offerings- check our Paris vacation rentals or Asia Pacific hotels and you may be surprised!

    Jessica Hutson
    Manager of Affiliate Relations/Development
    Interactive Affiliate Network
    http://affiliate.travelnow.com/affiliates/home.jsp

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    Can an Online Travel Affiliate really compete with all the travel competition? I heard it is nearly impossible to get a travel site to show up on Yahoo or Google. Because there are too many of them. Yahoo even has their own travel information site now. I was also considering trying the Online travel Affiliate programs. It was just a thought.

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    Travel Insurance affiliate
    You may want to check out the World Nomads affiliate program -- they merge the best of two worlds: travel and insurance, offering travel insurance to the backpacking set.

    Best,
    Kirsten

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    For me, travel is tough..

    Travelnow is who I use also and people find the rates pretty good.. The biggest complaint I have heard is discounts. Other sites allow you to enter in discount codes like for AAA, AARP, Entertainment, etc.. Not possible with Travel now.. I have a spot where the Road-trips seem to get traffic but just don't convert..

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    Can an Online Travel Affiliate really compete with all the travel competition? I heard it is nearly impossible to get a travel site to show up on Yahoo or Google. Because there are too many of them. Yahoo even has their own travel information site now. I was also considering trying the Online travel Affiliate programs. It was just a thought.

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