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February 20th, 2006, 02:47 PM #1
Hispanic/Latino Credit Card Affiliate Portal
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- February 20th, 2006
- New Jersey - USA
Dear ABestWeb forum users,
My company is developing a credit card affiliate marketing portal tailored to the hispanic/latino community (bilingual applications, etc..). We are developing direct relationships now with banks to offer their credit card products.
We will need affiliate software just like those found at www.CardOffers.com, www.NCSReporting.com, and www.SunSpotWeb.com
Since credit cards pay on a per approved application bases, no e-commerce/payment gateways are required, just affiliate tracking for approvals, link codings, etc..
Where do we find this software for the affiliate portion of the website?
Does it need to be custom made? (since it needs to be bilingual[english and spaanish]), or is there a provider who already has it developed?
We will be launching the site new site in 30-60 days.
Thank you for your attention, this is my first time posting on this forum.
Credit Cards en Espanol
February 20th, 2006, 02:55 PM #2
We are actually working with the US Hispanic market and have distribution in this market via several large publishers. I would love to speak with you further, so I'll give you a call.
February 23rd, 2006, 03:48 PM #3
I just left you a message. We both are working on the same markets. We have a recent promotion for spanish community and special discount for our carnival marti gra promotion.
Brian D. Hawkins
Pingo: Affiliate Marketing Manager
20 Second Avenue
Burlington, Ma. 01803
Direct: 781 505-7865
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