Technically DDGCash is not closed just yet, but with the announcement that all of their content for their one and only site has been acquired by another company and will soon be imported over, the DDGCash program is effectively done.
In case you were wondering, the DDG of DDGCash stands for Digital Dream Girls the name of their flagship high quality glamour style content site which now goes by the name Digital Desire. In addition to that site of predominantly solo content (though with a bit of lesbian content thrown in the mix) is their relatively new site, Go Honey Go, whose content is non-niche specific. Meaning it offers solo and girl-girl content in addition to straight boy-girl scenes, threesomes, and so on. Best of all, potential affiliates will be pleased to know that both sites feature high quality content as well as continue to update. [Review updated 04/30/2021]
About the DDGCash Program
Payment Structure: 60% RevShare, $30 PPS
Payment Schedule: Biweekly
Payment Methods: Check, Paxum, Wire
Payment Minimum: $100
Sites: 1 – Digital Desire
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: High Res Pics and HD Videos – AVI, Flash, MOV, MP4, and WMV.
Exclusive Content: YES
RSS Feeds: YES*
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: YES**
Content and Hosting: Content YES, hosting NO.
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Cross Sales: None
Although DDGCash has a couple of great sites, with high quality content and ongoing updates, unfortunately some of the promotional tools that are provided are not as user friendly as one might hope. Affiliates will of course find the obligatory links and banners as well as hosted galleries and downloadable content sets. Affiliates looking for videos to stream will also find downloadable MP4s – sorry, hosted/embedded clips are not offered at this time.
While an RSS feed is provided for Digital Desire, unfortunately it offers little more than a brief title and small thumbnail image – though linked, those links do not include the affiliates ID so some further effort is required on the part of the affiliates who wish to make use of them. Similarly, we attempted to activate the NATS feature for accessing the ad tools via RSS, but apparently to do so requires some final admin approval which is yet to occur. However, the Digital Desire site and galleries contain a number of links, including those to a blog and POTD, both with RSS feeds that affiliates might find of some use.
There are a couple of points that we feel affiliates should take into consideration. First, the various links found on the sites and galleries that we mentioned above also include links to social media pages, and third party cams and stores, which obviously pose as rather significant traffic leaks. Second, the sites and galleries contain precious little unique text scene descriptions, though a good bit can be found scattered about on those pages we have mentioned which are not expressly provided for affiliate promotion. Affiliates may also want to check out the user comments found with the actual on-site updates to see what existing members are saying.
If you read all of that, then you probably already know our final assessment: With great content and ongoing updates, but promotional tools that are going to require a bit of extra effort on the part of affiliates, DDGCash is nevertheless a very good program. In fact, we are confident that extra bit of effort will pay off in the long run as industrious affiliates will not have the usual boat-loads of sploggers and other copy/paste affiliates with which to contend.