The EvaCash adult affiliate program appears to have closed without notice. All traffic to the sites or the program itself is being redirected elsewhere.
Evacash is a relatively new adult affiliate program for exclusive, mainly European, content. While the sites and content are all very attractive and of particular high quality, we do not recommend this program for the average affiliate, which is to say affiliates who prefer ready made promotional tools provided for them. This is because, except for a relatively small number of hosted galleries and promotional tube clips, there are none. Since the program is just under a year old, it may be that they are focusing primarily on building their sites and a good base of content for their members before devoting too much effort in attracting new affiliates. In any event, early affiliates will be largely on their own to devise and implement the majority of their own promotional materials.
About the Evacash Program
Payment Structure: 50% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Biweekly
Payment Methods: Check, Paxum, Wire
Payment Minimum: $50
Sites: 8 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: High Res Pics and HD Videos – Flash
Exclusive Content: YES
RSS Feeds: NO
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: YES
Content and Hosting: NO
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Trials: $1.00/2 day
Cross Sales: None
With only site links to work with and a very limited number of hosted galleries, how can affiliates hope to promote the Evacash program of sites effectively? As mentioned, those sites are all of glorious high quality. Also, the sites offer depth, where surfers – and affiliates – can peruse many of the past updates and those updates are showcased with enticing flash video trailers. Although there are no scene description texts to go along with the updates that affiliates might otherwise use as a basis for their own promotional copy, they do come with tags usually including the names of the female performers. So, it would be a relatively simple matter for affiliates to create their own deep links linking to those update pages, and working the tags into their own promotional copy. It is also worth mentioning that the sites do not employ canonical links, noindex tags, or robots files to restrict affiliates pages from getting indexed, which is particularly important to those affiliates who do choose to follow the outlined method of creating their own deep links.
While the above may sound like a lot of work to the average affiliate, this is how the best performing affiliates do it. Granted, splogs have their purpose, but affiliates who are not creating their own unique promotional content are highly unlikely to make the big bucks. It all boils down to quality over quantity.
While we have no doubt the Evacash program will prove very lucrative for the more industrious affiliates, without too much in terms of promotional tools the average affiliate has precious little with which to work. Not only will this help keep the competition low, but it also means a fresher more novel experience for the surfer who hasn’t already been inundated with verbatim splog posts pushing it.