Reason(s) for removal: Seemingly of no interest to users of this site. Additional info: Affiliates interested in the Dom Bucks program will find our initial review below with links to the program, but due to apparent lack of interest to date we have temporarily removed their listings from the various indices.
Dom Bucks is a small adult affiliate program that would best be described as fitting the FemDom niche. Personally, we try to avoid using that term whenever possible as various programs seem to interpret it differently – some with the female doing the dominating, and others with females being dominated. In the case of the Dom Bucks program it is most certainly the former, with submissive males being subjected to rather rough treatment. The exact nature of that rough treatment varies among the program’s four FemDom sub-niche sites. Three of those sites focus on forced-bi, face-sitting, and fisting content respectively, where the fourth site offers a wider range of domination content including, but not limited to, CBT, pegging, and BDSM.
About the Dom Bucks Program
Payment Structure: 50% RevShare, $35 PPS
Payment Schedule: Weekly
Payment Methods: Check (via CCBill), WebMoney, Wire, Paxum
Payment Minimum: $25 (Check/CCBill)
Sites: 5 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: Pics and HD Videos – Flash and MP4.
Exclusive Content: YES
RSS Feeds: NO
Morphing Feeds: NO
FLV Tube Clips: NO
Free Content and Hosting: NO
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Cross Sales: None
At the time of sign-up affiliates will need to decide if they are going to promote the program as PPS or RevShare. If PPS, then affiliates can choose to get paid via Paxum, WebMoney, or by wire, though the payment minimum for each of those is $100. The RevShare payment model requires the additional step of linking their Dom Bucks account to their CCBill account, which also offers payments by check, and minimum payments as low as $25. We are a fan of CCBill – well, more accurately we are a fan of receiving a single weekly payment for all of our CCBill earnings in one lump sum – so we would typically encourage affiliates to go that route, as well. However, in the case of Dom Bucks there is one more thing to consider before deciding on which payment model to pursue.
Unfortunately, Dom Bucks is severely limited in terms of promotional tools. While there are banners (of course) and hosted galleries, updates appear to have stopped. We can’t say when exactly, as no dates are given, but attempting to generate a list of all galleries added in the past year turns up blank, so it was sometime before that. As is, there are 59 video galleries and 20 hybrid galleries, making that a grand total of 79 galleries all together. A pretty meager selection, all things considered.
With no ongoing updates, we would expect that any subsequent re-bills would be very short-lived, which might incline affiliates to pursue the PPS option instead. However, with CCBill allocating affiliate’s commissions at the time of sale, there is added security by going that route – especially should the program choose to abruptly close up shop.
Affiliates looking for high quality FemDom content offering a wide diversity of indignities heaped upon submissive males will appreciate what Dom Bucks has to offer. Unfortunately, there just isn’t too much of it, and that does not appear likely to change anytime soon.