Although it appears that the GetExtremeCash adult affiliate program and their sites are still up and running, we cannot login and requests for assistance go unanswered. While a single incidence such as this may be an innocuous oversight, for it to happen concurrently to two programs owned by the same individual leans strongly in favor of shenanigans.
GetExtremeCash is an adult affiliate program primarily centered around mature and taboo fantasy content. Before continuing, we should caution affiliates interested in promoting taboo niche content to carefully peruse the terms and conditions of the programs they are considering promoting alongside, as some understandably frown on particular terminology despite having sites that otherwise fit the niche. Fortunately, GetExtremeCash changed the names to several of their sites which might otherwise have caused us some conflict with other programs we have reviewed should they be particularly adamant in regards to the banned words and phrases laid out in their terms and conditions. Unfortunately, we should also point out that updates to the GetExtremeCash program appear to have stopped, with the last site and promotional tool offerings added over a year ago.
About the GetExtremeCash Program
Payment Structure: 50-65% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Weekly
Payment Methods: Fethard, Paxum, WebMoney
Payment Minimum: $50
Sites: 21 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: High Res Pics and Videos – AVI, MPEG, and WMV.
Exclusive Content: NO
RSS Feeds: NO
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: NO
Content and Hosting: YES
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Trials: $19.95/10 day
Cross Sales: None
We are inclined to believe that taboo fantasy content is experiencing a revival of sorts. Which is to say that we have taken notice of what appears to be new content in the niche – though it is entirely possible that it was always there for those who knew where to look. However, if our conclusion is correct and the niche is experiencing a surge in popularity now would be a great time to capitalize on that increased interest. We should also point out, though, that the content found here appears to be largely Russian in origin, and not exclusive.
Although the GetExtremeCash program appears to have ceased updates, it is still a good program for affiliates just getting into promoting adult content. This is because the program offers links to a variety of paid and free scripts that might prove useful for those interested in creating their own CJ, TGP, and top list sites. Additionally, the program offers a traffic-back feature, where affiliates can send the exit traffic generated by their links to sites of their choosing.
Overall, we are rather disappointed in GetExtremeCash’s lack of updates and paucity of promotional tools. However, as their focus niche is rather under saturated, affiliates promoting them effectively will likely fare alright. Just be careful which programs you promote alongside them, and how you promote them in order to not have accounts with other programs terminated as a consequence.