Disclosure: If I'm not making money through affiliate links on the post you're currently reading, it's an oversight on my part and will be corrected soon.

** Update: Feb 5th ** Program submissions are no longer being accepted. I will be reviewing all of the opportunities during the week of February 9th and will get back to everyone as quick as I can. **

After swearing to hang up my Affiliate Management hat 3 years ago to concentrate on some of my other ventures…. I’m back.

And, it’s for a good cause.

That’s right, I’m looking for one merchant (with or without an existing affiliate program) to let me be their affiliate manager — strictly on a performance basis!

Why am I doing this, you ask?

Well, the answer is two-fold. First, all of the money that I will earn will be donated directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Second, this gives me the opportunity to keep my affiliate management skills sharp 🙂 It’s a win-win.

I’ve been interviewing hand-selected companies for the last two weeks but have decided to publicly announce a call for merchants. If you’re interested in working with me, there are a few ground rules:

1) You must have a product(s) that I believe in and would want to purchase myself.
2) You must have a solid infrastructure, offer great customer service and have access to IT and design personnel.
3) You must maintain a clean program at all times
4) You must be willing to consider and implemement the suggestions I provide to make your program better.

All the other details — we’ll sort out together.

So, if this sounds like something you’d like to explore, shoot me an email at missyward@gmail.com and we’ll chat about it.

I would like to make a decision by the latter part of February, so don’t delay in getting in touch with me.

Important Note: Before anyone asks — the answer is NO. I am not starting a new Outsourced Program Management company. This is a one-shot deal strictly for the reasons I outlined above. 🙂 There are plenty of awesome OPM companies out there already — if you need me to make a recommendation, get in touch with me.

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Missy Ward

Co-Founder & President at Affiliate Summit, Inc.
Missy Ward has been in affiliate marketing since 1999. She is the Co-Founder of Affiliate Summit, FeedFront Magazine, GeekCast.fm, itsaWAHMthing.com; the Co-Publisher of Revenews.com, Founder of AffiliateMarketersGiveBack.com and manages many of her own affiliate sites. If she's not making money through affiliate links on the post you're currently reading, it's an oversight on her part and it will be corrected soon.

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1 Pat Grady January 26, 2009 at 4:01 pm

Excellent move to support a great cause!

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2 Irfan Danawala January 25, 2009 at 9:13 pm

Good luck and if you need any support let me know..always there for people like you 🙂

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3 Michael Vorel January 23, 2009 at 1:53 pm

Excellent idea Missy, good luck on your new venture and welcome back to affiliate management!

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4 Mike Peters January 22, 2009 at 11:40 pm

Make that 41 🙂

Just emailed you! Love what you're doing

All the best,
Mike Peters

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5 Missyward January 22, 2009 at 5:59 pm

Thanks — I feel the love today! Over 40+ interested merchants so far. I've got a lot to sort through and I can't wait to pick "The One" 🙂

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6 Kellie January 22, 2009 at 5:52 pm

Kudos Missy! What a great idea. Win/win for everyone involved: you, merchant, affs and most importanly the National Breast Cancer Foundation. You rock for sure!

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7 Billy Kay January 22, 2009 at 5:38 pm

Great timing. I recently fired my Kansas OPM 🙂

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8 Deborah (aka Loxly) January 22, 2009 at 5:11 pm

That is an awesome way to use your skills to raise funds AND give a company a terrific affiliate program. I know of a couple that could use you, but they are probably too small for your goals 😉 We want you to raise LOTS for the National Breast Cancer Foundation!

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9 Geno Prussakov January 22, 2009 at 3:33 pm

Great cause, Missy! Welcome back and WTG!!

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10 Missyward January 22, 2009 at 3:41 pm

Thanks Geno — that means a lot.

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