The Bunnies4Money adult affiliate program has closed without notice. Links to the program now redirect to a site of another of their programs – an under-performer we also removed for questionable practices.
Bunnies4Money is a decent sized CCBill adult affiliate program with high quality teen content. While fifteen sites may not sound all that large, that is fairly impressive for a program using CCBill. Although the majority of Bunnies4Money sites are in the posing and solo masturbation range of more softcore content, they offer some more explicit content to promote as well. Best of all, the program continues to update, having added several new sites since their initial review. It should be noted, however, that while most of the sites do continue to update, not all of the sites have their promotional content updated regularly – which is more than a little disappointing from an affiliate standpoint.
About the Bunnies4Money Program
Payment Structure: 50% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Weekly
Payment Methods: CCBill
Payment Minimum: $25 (CCBill)
Sites: 15 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: High Res Pics and HD Videos – 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
Affiliates may notice that the Bunnies4Money program has a multi-pass site which contains content that does not correspond with any of the Bunnies4Money sites. It appears as if the program has a couple of sister programs: One an exclusive fetish content program and the other mainly comprised of sites with niche licensed content. Affiliates should take heart that there does not appear to be any sort of inter-program cross-sales, but can view the content in question as merely offering added value for the traffic and visitors sent. Incidentally, as the programs in question are distinctly separate from Bunnies4Money, they warrant their own reviews and have already been added to the list of programs for future review.
As mentioned, Bunnies4Money is a CCBill program – meaning that they use CCBill as a third party to track visitors, collect revenues, and disburse payments to affiliates. The upshot is that affiliates can be relatively assured they will be credited with all sales and rebills that they generate. The downside, however, is that visitors on site are tracked exclusively by cookies, and the affiliates ID is dropped from the URL when the visitor arrives on site. So, should the referred visitor bookmark the site to join at a later date, the affiliate will only be credited with the sale if the cookie is still in the visitors cache and has not yet expired. For this reason, it is recommended that affiliates consider limiting their linking primarily to the galleries, or make use of nofollow rel tags should they decide to link to the sites directly. Unfortunately, the galleries and RSS feeds appear to be devoid of any unique text scene descriptions, and the sites are sadly lacking in that regard as well. In other words, affiliates are pretty much left to their own devices for coming up with their own promotional copy.
The Bunnies4Money has some fantastic sites with high quality teen content. However, the update schedule for the promotional tools falls a little flat. Factor in the overall lack of text scene descriptions, and you have a program that will likely be difficult for many affiliates to promote despite the very attractive content.