Offer Vault – Compare 10,000+ Affiliate Offers

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The Offer Vault started out as part of a piece of Pay Per Click software offered by super affiliate, Mark Roth. However, the service proved so popular that it was recently spun off as a separate stand alone web site. The nice thing about that is you don’t have to buy the PPC software in order to use the Offer Vault feature. It is now free and Mark ordered this review to give it some buzz.

What Offer Vault does is allow you to compare affiliate offers from dozens of affiliate networks, including all the big names like NeverBlue, Motive Interactive, Clickbooth, etc. Offer Vaults allows you to search their database for over 10,000 offers to promote and compare offers and payouts between networks. The offers are updated daily.

The service is completely free, but you do need to sign up for an account by entering your name and email address. Once you confirm your information, you are given full access to the Offer Vault search engine.

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The Offer Vault search offers general keyword search that will look for offers from every network they track. You can search all offers or just new ones. Alternatively, you can search all the current offers by any of the affiliate networks and even exclude the networks you don’t want to deal with.

How Offer Vault Makes You Money

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Offer Vault allows you compare payouts by different affiliate networks. You can use this information to see if you’re getting the highest payout. In the above example, I’ve done a search of SinglesNet to see what the payouts are like.

As you can see, the payouts varies quite a bit. For example, CX Digital offer $4 per sign up for the SinglesNet email campaign. However, you can get $4.80 per sign up with ROI Rocket. If you’re a CX affiliate, you can use this information on your affiliate manager to get her to match or beat the competing offer.

Offer Vault is a great tool to ensure that you’re getting the highest rate possible from your affiliate offers. You should definitely use it before running any offer from your affiliate network. It never hurt to find out if the pay out you’re getting is good or not.

How Offer Vault Makes Money

While Offer Vault is free to use, you need to sign up for their Aweber list in order to create an account. No doubt, you’ll be receiving affiliate offers from them in the future. After you sign up for an account, you’re presented with an one time offer (OTO) to buy some affiliate site templates. If you accept the offer, Offer Vault makes $27 to $37.

The main way Offer Vaults makes money is by referring new affiliates to the affiliate networks. Most affiliate networks have a referral program that will pay you 2% to 5% of whatever the affiliate you referred makes. Refer enough affiliates and this will turn into a nice passive income stream.

Offer Vault is ideally targeted to create this type income. Chances are, you don’t belong to all the networks in the Offer Vault database. If you find a high paying offer from a network that you don’t belong to, chances are, you’ll sign up using the Offer Vault link.

Offer Vault – Compare 10,000+ Affiliate Offers


41 thoughts on “Offer Vault – Compare 10,000+ Affiliate Offers”

  1. Offer Vault is really cool. I have been using them for a few days.Since I use more than one CPA network, it help me get the most from the offers I promote.

    1. Tushar says:

      Do you know how many networks it covers exactly? Wouldn’t want to join if this offer was one of the only ones where they have multiple networks.

      1. John Chow says:

        They cover over 30 networks.

        1. Tushar says:

          On every single offer?

          1. John Chow says:

            They cover all the offers of over 30 different affiliate networks.

          2. Thats fantastically useful! Now if only I could figure out how to do the whole affiliate marketing thing!

          3. Trial and error. Start and experiment.

          4. Tushar says:

            That’s great then.

            Solid content, now they just need the traffic from this blog.

          5. Jake Stone says:

            I bet they do get lots of traffic from here. Looks like the perfect offer for this site’s demographics and it is free, which is even better given this site’s demographics.

          6. max says:

            Hey there John,

            This isn’t related to this post but I had a question about how well you are doing with Lijit. If you can, would you provide me and readers a blog post in the future about how much you are making with Lijit and percentages of people searching with it?

  2. Tushar says:

    Wow, this seems like a really cool site.

    Will check them out for sure!

  3. John,

    Very cool! I have been tracking the offers on different networks, and there is a marked difference in payouts. Offer Vault has the goods!

    Respectfully,

    Nicholas Chase
    http://www.twitter.com/nachase

  4. Didn’t know about this site until now… I’ll check it out.

  5. Hmmm, I wonder when these guru guys will learn a thing about user interface design – it’s like they try to make their sites unintuitive.

    Nevertheless, seems like a useful service, even if the idea itself isn’t particularly unique.

    1. Jake Stone says:

      Just like store design, if it is too intuitive, customer flow is too fast and there will be less spur of the moment buying.

  6. Very slick site for comparison affiliate program shopping. Heading over there right now to see what trouble I can get into…

    1. Jake Stone says:

      If you happen to see any cops, you know you got into too much of a trouble.

  7. Sweeeeet. Thanks J.C.

  8. That search engine is going to come in handy. I can’t believe that I’m only hearing about it now.

  9. 10$ to 100$ says:

    really intersting . i will give it a try

  10. Karl Foxley says:

    I’ve just checked out the site and can say I’m impressed. Thanks for the post as I probably would have missed this one otherwise.

  11. John,

    Thanks for posting about this tool. It looks like a great way to streamline your affiiate activities – I know I spend far too much time bouncing among affiliate networks looking for products, checking commissions, etc. Nice to have such a wealth of opportunities all in one place!

    Lee

  12. This is awesome! Thank you John

  13. Dean Saliba says:

    Looks like I have yet another site to check out when I start doing affiliate marketing.

  14. Excellent resource! Off to check it out – thanks for the headsup!

    Barbara

  15. Meh. Most of these sites end up being a waste of time for newbies in particular. You spend all your time comparing and searching for your offer, and not testing.

    1. Luggage Set says:

      Newbies love to read. We want to get it right and perfect.

      1. Tushar says:

        Not to say that you’re wrong or anything, but one thing I’ve noticed from my little experience in affiliate marketing (and I’m a newbie myself) is that even if you prepare months in advance, you really have to test and experiment to actually get it right.

      2. Jake Stone says:

        New guy on the block really gets to be noticed, they really are that dorky. You only get it right by doing. Reading is most of the time waste of time. Posting comments like this likewise. It’s only entertainment and all the heavy lifting is done alone with the keyboard.

    2. Tushar says:

      You’re right to an extent, but this can also be a great resource for experts.

  16. Pheak Tol says:

    cool program for those with a lot of affiliates and what not.

  17. Fred Roberts says:

    Great post. Would surely give this a try.
    Thanks.
    Fred

  18. Seems like a great resource but at first look the site looks like one of those “sketchy” sites.

  19. Sounds good.. Lets check it out 😉

  20. Seems a very great tool I will check it ut for sure.

  21. Cheap iPods says:

    What a great tool, will go and sign up now!

  22. What a great tool this is. I think most of us will appreciate learning new things to do less work to get the same solutions. It’s working smart ,something which will benefit us since there is so much competition around us.

    Peter Lee

  23. eric says:

    nice tool! now i don’t need to use Mr. G to look for the best IM network out there.

    Listing down the payout of each competitors on a particular product makes my life easier to choose which one will pay better for the same effort.

  24. Thanks John, as a new blogger I’ll definitely be using this tool to learn and compare all the affiliate programs out there.

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