The MVG Cash adult affiliate program has grown considerably since we first reviewed them. In case you were wondering, MVG stands for Michael Van Goren, who we assume is the talent behind the camera for the MVGCash sites. It seems safe to say that most of the content found in the MVGCash adult affiliate program is shot by the same person, as several of the sites all have a distinctive look and feel to them, which includes a penchant for subdued earth-tones in the settings. Individually, the thumbs on the site tours are very attractive, but viewed en masse as they are, and you are left with the impression that the content is rather repetitive. For affiliates, that initial impression is crucial and all the more disappointing as there is no consistent update schedule. In addition to adding some new sites, the MVGCash program will occasionally dump a sizable number of hosted galleries and videos for affiliates to make use of in their promotion as well. [Review updated 06/17/2021]
Join the MVGCash Adult Affiliate Program
About the MVGCash Program
Payment Structure: 50% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Biweekly
Payment Methods: Paxum, PayPal, Wire
Payment Minimum: $50
Sites: 16 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: Pics and Videos – Flash and MP4.
Exclusive Content: NO
RSS Feeds: NO*
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: YES
Content and Hosting: Content YES, hosting NO.
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Cross Sales: None
Before continuing, we would like to point out that the MVGCash program does continue to update. In fact, when we first looked at this program we decided to not review it at that time as there were no promotional tools and no indication of updates to justify a review. However, when we received an email announcing the addition of a new site, we thought perhaps we should take another look.
Unfortunately, other than another site, nothing else had changed. There were still no promotional tools to speak of yet, though the new site was considerably more engaging with variety in the promo images to draw the eye, and embedded sample clips for surfers to peruse. While there was practically no text content to speak of, thankfully the updates included the performers name, so affiliates had at least a starting point to base their promo copy. However, the site also employs canonical links.
Since then, the MVGCash program has recently added yet another site, in addition to dropping a large batch of promotional videos for a number of their sites. And, since the program now uses NATS, affiliates can turn on their adtool feeds in order to get their promo tool updates via RSS.
Undoubtedly, affiliates interested in promoting the MVGCash program will have their work cut out for them. But the program is obviously taking steps to make that work a little easier. Though we suspect affiliates will have a much easier time promoting – and converting – the program’s newest sites.