Direct Agents Super Spring Affiliate Contest

Direct Agents would like to reward YOU! Become a Direct Agents’ Email Affiliate and Earn $1,000! If you meet their affiliate requirements, you will be notified of your acceptance within 72 hours. This is a great offer for those of us with mailing lists.

This special offer ends May 15, 2010 so don’t wait too long to sign up. Here’s the fine print:

Email affiliates must be approved and go live with at least one campaign and generate a minimum of $10,000 in email revenue to Direct Agents within the first 3 months of being accepted into the Direct Agents Performance Network before receiving a bonus in the amount of $1,000. In order to earn the bonus, affiliates cannot have previously held a contract, run a campaign, or worked with Direct Agents in any capacity.

Already a Direct Agents’ Email Affiliate? Refer your email affiliate friends to the Direct Agents Performance Network. In addition to earning a 3% commission on your referral’s leads for their first 6 months of activity, you will receive a $1,000 bonus!* If your referral meets our affiliate requirements, they will be notified of their acceptance into the Direct Agents Performance Network within 72 hours.

Earn $1,000 with the Direct Agents Super Spring Affiliate Contest


25 thoughts on “Direct Agents Super Spring Affiliate Contest”

  1. Wow, thanks for letting us know of this contest.
    Too bad I don’t have so much traffic as you do, so meeting the requirements for the bonus would be a little difficult for me πŸ™‚
    But interesting network anyway.

    1. jtGraphic says:

      You should still try.

  2. Awesome contest… don’t know if im able to pull 10 grand off in 3 months, maybe if johnchow readers come and subscribe to my blog I can ;)!!!

  3. d3so says:

    Another contest?! There’s a bunch going on.
    Too bad I don’t have a mailing list πŸ™
    I would like to start one but can’t afford to pay for one like aweber since my blog isn’t that big yet.
    Does anyone know of any free mailing list systems out there?

    1. There’s MailChimp. Try that. Though, you’ll have to pay after you get more than some visitors to your mailing list.

      1. d3so says:

        Haven’t heard of mailchimp. I’ll be sure to check it out. Thanks for the recommendation!

    2. What’s bad about it?

      Contest are created to push a campaign. There is no harm done in joining contest.

      1. Could not agree more with you πŸ™‚

        1. d3so says:

          I didn’t mention it was bad…..?
          I just said there are too many contests going on lol
          which should obviously be a good thing.

  4. Nigel Chua says:

    d3so, I think you can reconsider your ideas about having a mailing list. Like you, my blog isn’t that big yet as well, but I’ve decided to go ahead with purchasing AWeber’s mailing service after thinking about it. Start building your list TODAY. When it’s big already you’d realise you would have missed many potential clients. Also, it’d push to create better content and market more, so consider it seriously. Anyway, even if you build a list using a free/different provider, when you switch over to paid ones, your existing list WILL HAVE TO RE-OPT IN! And then you may lose even more.
    So if you’re serious, start now.

    1. d3so says:

      I understand what you’re trying to say but it’s doubt that’s holding me back. I could build a list but I have no idea how long it’ll take before I’m able to profit off it. I suppose that’s the risk and yes I will take it into consideration.

      I’ve always thought these list services would have a feature to export list databases and transfer them to different one but I guess not?

      1. Yes, you can transfer a list, but most list providers / managers, will require that your subscriber opt-in a fresh. John posted some time ago a story how he lost a large percentage of his first list due to this as he transferred it from self-hosted to aweber, SY

  5. AgentJill says:

    Hey,
    Thanks for your feedback about the contest. We hear your concerns but hope that you will consider joining the Direct Agents Performance Network anyway. We frequently run all different types of contests and have several exclusive offers that we would love for you to participate in. And don’t forget, you can still earn $$ if you refer an email affiliate when you are part of the DAPN πŸ™‚

  6. Charles says:

    Wow that is a very interesting contest but generate a minimum of $10,000 in email revenue. That is quite a lot I would have put a lot of campaigns off to actually run this kind of campaign. I will think about it and figure something out.

  7. awesome contest :))

  8. fas says:

    You earn them $10000 and they give you $1000, cool.

    1. You sound quite unconvinced. Do you really mean that? LOL!! You have to work hard for the money, so hard for it honey!! Always remember that πŸ˜‰

  9. Adam says:

    Yes, you can transfer a list, but most list providers / managers, will require that your subscriber opt-in a fresh. John posted some time ago a story how he lost a large percentage of his first list due to this as he transferred it from self-hosted to aweber, SY

  10. Brian says:

    Wow that is a very interesting contest but generate a minimum of $10,000 in email revenue. That is quite a lot I would have put a lot of campaigns off to actually run this kind of campaign. I will think about it and figure something out.

  11. Alan says:

    Haven’t heard of mailchimp. I’ll be sure to check it out. Thanks for the recommendation!

  12. Dave says:

    You earn them $10000 and they give you $1000, cool.

  13. Charles says:

    You earn them $10000 and they give you $1000, cool.

  14. Simon says:

    awesome contest :))

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