Money4Fetish Adult Affiliate Program The Money4Fetish adult affiliate program has closed. The Money4Fetish program sites are now available for promotion through the ExtremeMovieCash program – a program we can no longer recommend in good faith due to questionable practices.

As the name implies, the Money4Fetish adult affiliate program is all about fetish content. While multiple fetish niches are touched upon, there is a marked focus on girls in latex and spandex as well as other fetish-wear. There are also many sites in rather benign fetish niches including multiple sites featuring flexible contortionist girls. Money4Fetish is by the same folks as Bunnies4Money, with this programs sites and promotional content also being found on that programs multi-pass site, and the other programs sites likewise offered through this programs own multi-pass site. While a new site was released fairly recently, along with promotional hosted galleries for that site, unfortunately the remainder of sites have not seen new promotional content added in quite some time.

About the Money4Fetish Program

Payment Structure: 50% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Monthly
Payment Methods: Check, Wire
Payment Minimum: $200

Program Features

Sites: 14Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: High Res Pics and Videos – Flash and WMV.
Exclusive Content: YES
Updates: YES
RSS Feeds: NO
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: YES
Mobile: YES
Content and Hosting: Content YES, hosting NO.
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Trials: NO
Cross Sales: None


While the Money4Fetish galleries are very attractive, unfortunately they lack any unique scene description text. As a rule, the sites are likewise lacking in much depth that might otherwise allow affiliates to browse for particular updates in the hopes of finding good text to spin for their own promotional copy. Furthermore, as most of the sites have not seen updates in some time, it seems overly optimistic to expect this to change anytime soon.

In addition to being particularly attractive, it should also be noted that the Money4Fetish content is relatively softcore as such content goes – almost glamour content with a fetish angle. As such, affiliates may do well promoting the content in conjunction with glamour and more softcore content as opposed to the extreme hardcore that most think of when they hear the word ‘fetish.’

Affiliates will be pleased to know that the Money4Fetish program does not make use of canonical links, nofollow index tags, or robots files. Less reputable programs often use such methods to prompt search engines to index the programs’ own house links over those of their hard-working affiliates.

While the existing promotional content is very attractive, unfortunately the overall lack of updates is rather disappointing. Additionally, the lack of good text to correspond with those updates will be a deterrent to those affiliates not already accustomed to writing their own promotional copy. However, Money4Fetish is still a very attractive program for affiliates looking for exclusive content in markedly underdeveloped fetish niches.

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