Without a doubt, FTVCash is one of the best adult affiliate programs for solo masturbation and featured girl content. This programs quality exclusive content is superb, with high resolution photos and HD videos. Best of all, this program uses CCBill for tracking and billing, so you can rest assured that shenanigans are kept to a minimum, if not altogether non-existent. While many adult affiliate programs that partner with CCBill seem to sacrifice availability of promotional tools for that added trust, FTVCash offers both – such as their recently added hosted tube site.
About the FTVCash Program
Payment Structure: 50% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Weekly
Payment Methods: CCBill
Payment Minimum: $25 (CCBill)
Sites: 7 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: High Res Pics and HD Videos – AVI, WMV
Exclusive Content: YES
RSS Feeds: NO
Morphing Feeds: NO
FLV Tube Clips: YES
Free Content and Hosting: Content available by request only.
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: YES
Free Trials: NO
Cross Sales: 1, unchecked.
FTV stands for First Time Videos, though that is a bit of a misnomer, as they frequently have popular performers as well as return visits from previously filmed starlets. Not too long ago the content on the FTVCash sites was limited exclusively to solo posing and masturbation – often bordering on extreme penetration with some monster dongs. Recently, though, there has been more and more full-on fucking finding it’s way into the FTV Girls updates. Personally, we don’t mind the added variety but adult affiliates promoting FTV Girls as a purely solo masturbation program have been upset. Still, for purely solo masturbation sites there are the featured girl sites, though they update less frequently.
Many adult affiliates like to promote CCBill partner programs as much as they can, and even with just a few programs that can be considered on par with FTVCash it is easy to understand why. The only negative thing we can come up with is that the galleries could use a bit of scene description text – something that is altogether absent, but that seems a bit nit-picky considering everything else that this program offers.