Affiliates interested in the Count Duh Money program will find our initial review with links to the program below, but due to apparent lack of interest to date we have temporarily removed their listings from the various indices.
Count Duh Money is the latest iteration of the PanchoDog adult affiliate program, who in themselves were a continuation of the Crazy Bank program. As the current successor of at least two adult affiliate programs that we know of, Count Duh Money has accumulated a massive library of solo girl content. If you are an affiliate who promoted any of the feature girl/solo girl sites of those programs, all this is probably sounding pretty good. And we guess it is, or it would be were it not for several noteworthy drawbacks, chief of which is a near total absence of materials provided for affiliate promotion – though we do offer a solution in which that can be mitigated.
About the Count Duh Money Program
- Payment Structure: 60% RevShare (CCBill), 50% (SDAMS)
- Payment Schedule: Weekly (CCBill), Biweekly (SDAMS)
- Payment Methods: CCBill, Check, PayPal, Wire
- Payment Minimum: $25 (CCBill), $100 (SDAMS)
- Sites: 2 – Hover here to view them.
- Hosted Galleries: NO
- Type of Content: High Res Pics and HD Videos – AVI, MP4, WMV
- Exclusive Content: YES
- Updates: YES
- RSS Feeds: NO
- Morphing Feeds: NO
- Tube Clips: NO
- Mobile: NO
- Content and Hosting: NO
- Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
- Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
- Trials: NO
- Cross Sales: None
Count Duh Money offers their affiliates a choice in how they wish to promote the program: via CCBill or the program’s own SiteDepth AMS. While using the program’s own backend for tracking sales does give affiliates the opportunity to get paid via PayPal – a very popular option – we would encourage affiliates to select CCBill under the ‘promotion type’ tab then over to the ‘marketing tools’ tab to access the CCBill join form. By doing so, affiliates will find that every outward facing page of the program’s sites can now be used for promotion. Frankly, in our opinion given how wonky the SDAMS interface is, using this method for promotion will save affiliates a lot of time and frustration. As an added benefit, going with CCBill provides affiliates a significantly lower minimum payment ($25 vs $100), more frequent payments (weekly vs biweekly) and even appears to offer a larger commission (60% vs 50%). Seems like a no-brainer to us.
Although it appears that the Count Duh Money sites do in fact update, the details of which are not exactly conspicuous. By which we mean that when you visit the site you are not immediately presented with when updates were added but have to actively search in order to find it. Not how we would do it, but then nobody asked us. Just our unsolicited two cents.
So there you have it. Count Duh Money has an impressive library of high quality solo girl content. But affiliates are somewhat handicapped getting that content in front of surfers by a general lack of promotional tools. We suspect affiliates with solo girl traffic can nevertheless do well with this program, especially if they utilize the CCBill option.