Affiliates interested in the Fantasy Girl Revenue adult affiliate program will find our initial review below with links to the program, but due to apparent lack of affiliate interest to date we have temporarily removed their listings from the various indices.
With a name like Fantasy Girl Revenue, you might conclude that this adult affiliate program was primarily geared towards featured girl sites. And you would be correct, at least in part. With the exception of their flagship featured girl site for Catalina Cruz, the rest appear to have stopped updating. Fortunately, within the past few months the program has introduced several new VR sites, suggesting that is likely their new niche of focus. However, Fantasy Girl Revenue has been around for awhile, and amassed quite a bit of content in that time. So, even though one of their older sites may not have seen any recent updates, there is still a lot of content to engage members. [Review updated 10/23/2019]
About the Fantasy Girl Revenue Program
Payment Structure: $20-25 PPS, 50-60% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Monthly
Payment Methods: Check, Chexx, Paxum, Wire
Payment Minimum: $100
Sites: 27 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: High Res Pics and HD Videos – Flash, MP4
Exclusive Content: YES
RSS Feeds: NO
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: YES
Content and Hosting: Content YES, hosting NO.
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Trials: $8.99/3-5 day
Cross Sales: None
Fantasy Girl Revenue has actually been in our list of programs to review for a long time, but for whatever reason we kept passing it over for a later date. In hindsight, we think it might have been a combination of the 2006 copyright and broken/out-dated links at the bottom of the program tour which give the impression that the program is on auto-pilot. However, we are pleased to say that contrary to appearances, that most certainly is not the case. In keeping with the times, the Fantasy Girl Revenue program has recently added several VR sites to their roster as well as the promotional tools to with which to promote them.
Unfortunately, affiliates wishing to stay up to date with the latest updates are going to be somewhat hindered. No dates are prominently displayed with the site updates nor with the promotional tools – with the exception of the downloadable content sets – though you can search within a time-frame. On those older sites whose updates have ceased, that lack of indication of when the content was added may actually be beneficial, especially when they contain a wealth of content to help obscure the fact.
Fantasy Girl Revenue has some very good looking sites. While most affiliates will primarily be interested in the newer – and updating – sites, those others still possess the quality – and quantity – of content to continue to convert. We look forward to seeing what’s next!