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    My Affiliate Program vs. affiliatetracking.net
    We are looking into adding an affiliate program to our site but have not yet made the decision on the software to use. After a lot of research, I'm really leaning toward my affiliate program or affilitatetracking.net. They both offer the ability to make the program look like it's inhouse and the features seem comparable. The difference is that myap costs much more to implement but seem to have more resources.

    Are there any merchants that have looked into or are using either of these that have any advice?

    How about from the affiliates point of view?

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    An affiliate program that I manage uses MYAP and I love it. I wish I had eVitamins use them when we first started the inhouse program there. I never used affiliatetracking.net so I can't comment on that one

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    Chet,

    What software is running the other affiliate programs you manage? Is myap better and why?

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    eVitamins is ran by a script they purchased called AffililateWhiz. The program is build kind of sloppy which makes it hard to customize it because it is difficult to understand. We had to rework alot of it to get the features we offer now.

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    how bout Traffic Synergy?

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