Were we to look at the Pink & White Productions program strictly by the numbers we would give them a lower rating than we think they rightly deserve. That is where a certain subjective factor comes into play. Although the program is admittedly limited in terms of number of sites and availability of promotional tools, we feel that the earnest approach to the gay, lesbian, and queer lifestyle will likely appeal to a particular subset of surfers who can identify. This is not Porn Valley’s version of the LGTBQ community – for that there is no shortage – but rather comes across as the work of a community of filmmakers looking to portray the diverse nature of their marginalized demographic realistically and lovingly. [Review updated 09/17/2021]
Join the Pink & White Productions Adult Affiliate Program
About the Pink & White Productions Program
Payment Structure: 30% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Weekly
Payment Methods: CCBill
Payment Minimum: $25 (CCBill)
Sites: 2 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: NO
Type of Content: Pics and Videos – MOV, MP4, and WMV.
Exclusive Content: YES
RSS Feeds: YES
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: NO
Content and Hosting: NO
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Trials: FREE to register
Cross Sales: None
As mentioned above, the Pink & White Productions program is rather limited in the number of sites they have to offer. The programs tour is slightly misleading and appears to indicate that they four sites, when the fact is there are only two. The slight confusion stems from this being a CCBill program, so it is easy for affiliates to generate their own deep links (they provide several examples for newer affiliates who might not already be familiar with the technique), and one of the sites in question covers a wide assortment of content from a variety of filmmakers and producers including the featured Pink & White Films and Heavenly Spire, the only difference being that for those featured producers some promotional banners are provided. Affiliates should note that this is basically a VOD site, and as such members can register for free, with affiliates earning 30% of purchases made for the life of the member.
In addition to the paucity of individual sites, we should also point out that there is not too much available in terms of promotional tools, though there is a blog style RSS feed for their membership site. We should also point out that the membership site pays out at 30% revshare as well. While some affiliates may be initially put out by the rather low commission structure, we are of the opinion that given the exclusive and untapped potential of this program, affiliates who can send targeted traffic will find this program to be much more profitable than programs with twice the rate but less understanding of their target audience. Speaking of targeted traffic, we must confess that our chief complaint of the sites is the the rather hodge-podge mix of their content, without tags or other filtering options to limit browsing to particular niches – ie gay, lesbian, bisexual, etc.
If you have read any of the above, then you no doubt recognize that the Pink & White Productions program is not for everyone. However, if you are an affiliate who can send traffic specifically looking for real LGTBQ content and not the LA bullshit, then the Pink & White Productions program is precisely what you are looking for!