PopCash is an advertising affiliate program specializing in popunder traffic. Advertisers can create advertising campaigns to have their sites pop under niche targeted publisher sites, while those Publishers earn a small commission for every impression – which is to say every popunder served regardless of any clicks on those sites. It is worth noting that PopCash is not strictly an adult program as they are geared for working with mainstream advertisers and publishers as well as those with adult content sites. This flexibility makes the advertising program ideal for those looking to monetize multiple sites which may not be entirely limited to adult content.
About the PopCash Program
Payment Structure: Variable
Payment Schedule: NA
Payment Methods: Paxum, PayPal, Payza
Payment Minimum: $10
PopCash Program Features
Since PopCash is not an adult affiliate program in the typical sense, we have decided to forgo the typical listing of tools and features as they are largely absent.
Like most advertising programs, PopCash’s payment structure is variable. That is to say that affiliate commissions are dynamic, influenced largely by the niche of the site serving the ad, the country of origin of the visitor, and other traffic quality parameters. However, from what we have seen so far, it looks like PopCash will become our preferred means of secondary monetization.
You may have noticed that we did not list anything for the payment schedule above. This omission is because there is no set schedule. The minimum payment amount is $10. Once affiliates hit that threshold – which should not take long at all – they can request payment. At present, payments are made to Paxum, PayPal, or Payza virtual wallet accounts. Personally, we would prefer an automatic payment schedule by check or wire, but beggars can’t be choosers. Having to request a payout and then move those funds around is a rather small inconvenience for what we perceive to be as free money.
Although we just started using PopCash on one of our sites, so far we are very impressed. Affiliates looking to monetize traffic to their sites without overly detracting from the visitors experience should check out this program. It’s like free money.