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  1. #1
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    CNET Affiliate Program
    Might be a good fit for some people here, haven't went thru the details yet:

    Have a blog or content site reaching tech enthusiasts?
    Want to make more money?
    Become a CNET Affiliate.

    http://www.cnet.com/affiliates/

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    Interesting. A CPC program, just like the old days. Good luck with that CNET!

    It's running on Kowabunga.

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    Yeah, don't think I would ever do a program like that at least as a merchant. 30 cents a click but has to be not merely to CNET but out to one of the merchants on their site.

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    Running on Kowabunga?

    That makes it simple.

    No thanks.

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    CNET Affiliate Program
    Actually the program is still fairly new, but we are excited at the activity and in the amount of interest the program has been generating.

    CNET is offering their affiliate the ability to earn $.30 per click out of the CNET website and into one of their participating merchants websites. It is a 2 step process, but the program is still developing.

    They (CNET) also offers special promotions where the affiliates can earn a higher payout for a specific promotion within a certain date range.

    If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

    Thanks,
    Shannon
    shannon.ferger@thinkpartnership.com

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    If Cnet wants the program to flourish, why don't they leave Kowabunga/thinkpartnership.com*

    Chet

    *My entering of data in this form does not give thinkpartnership the right to send me spam**.
    **They think entering data in a form, not even submitting it, does give them this right.

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