Reason(s) for removal: ClickCash has closed. Additional info: Although we never got any notice of their closure, apparently they did make some public announcements.
ClickCash is quite possibly the best adult affiliate program for targeted niche webcam sites. Although all of the sites have their own unique index pages to better convert targeted niche traffic, inside they are all fairly obvious derivatives of ClickCash’s flagship cam site iFriends. While this program advertises a $50 signup bonus to new affiliates in conjunction with a $50 minimum payout option, affiliates should be aware that the signup bonus will not be realized until they have generated an initial $250 in total revenue. To better assist affiliates in reaching that goal, there are a plethora of payment options including a pay per free signup option that starts at $20 per signup and increases upwards to $55 with volume.
About the ClickCash Program
Payment Structure: 20-35% RevShare, $100-200 PPS, $20-55 pay-per-free signup, $25 parked domain signup, $1-2 pay-per-email signup and $100 model referral.
Payment Schedule: Weekly
Payment Methods: Check, FedEx, Wire and Payoneer.
Payment Minimum: $50
Sites: 73 – Hover here to view them, or build your own co-branded whitelabel.
Hosted Galleries: NO
Type of Content: Pics and Videos – Flash.
Exclusive Content: YES
RSS Feeds: YES
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: NO
Content and Hosting: NO
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Cross Sales: None
Although ClickCash has an extensive list of niche sites, any usable content for promoting those sites other than banners and text links is remarkably absent. This lack of promotional material is only compounded by the majority of content such as archived performer pics and even the promotional streaming cam feeds having large overlays prompting surfers to join for full access. Since surfers can join for free, this obstruction of content may actually prove beneficial for signup conversions. Additionally, it should be pointed out that while excellent content rich RSS and XML feeds are available which can be customized by niche, number of results, and payment option, there seems no way to configure the feeds to pull results or otherwise direct surfers to a particular niche site.