And, I can't be more thrilled.
Back in January, I announced that I was coming out of affiliate management retirement to take on one affiliate program to manage on a performance basis, with all the money that I earn to be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
After evaluating over 50 merchants, I selected an affiliate program that fit all of the criteria that I was looking for — DIYthemes, the home of Thesis Theme for WordPress (www.ThesisAffiliates.com).
The opportunity to help grow an affiliate program for a product that I already use and love and help out the NBCF is something that I'm really looking forward to.
The owners of DIYthemes, Chris Pearson and Brian Clark (also, owner of CopyBlogger.com) are great guys to work with, which made the decision even easier.
I've got a lot in store for their program and can't wait to get my feet wet. In the meantime, to kick things off, we've launched a new promotion, in which our affiliates have the opportunity to earn free passes to the upcoming Affiliate Summit East 2009, in NYC.
During the months of March-June, our affiliates that make 3 sales can earn themselves a Gold Pass or 10 sales gets them a Platinum Pass. Pretty simple, huh?
The affiliate program pays a 33% commission and has a 60-day cookie return. More information about the program can be found at ThesisAffiliates.com, or you can get in touch with me.
I encourage all new and existing affiliates to give me your feedback on the program. My goal is to provide you with everything you need to make it a profitable and fun affiliate program to be a part of.
I'm stoked to get started!
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