Nastycash is a small adult affiliate program, currently with just a couple of adult sites. It’s important to note that the NastyCash program uses PostAffiliatePro for affiliate sales and tracking, which uses a combination of cookies and recording of IP addresses to better insure that referring affiliates are properly credited with sales. We only mention this because we were initially concerned when we saw lots of cross-site linking without any hard-linked affiliate ID. Given the over-all paucity of tools with which to promote the Nastycash program, affiliates are mainly limited to site links and the content found therein.
About the Nastycash Program
- Payment Structure: 50% RevShare
- Payment Schedule: Monthly
- Payment Methods: PayPal, Wire
- Payment Minimum: $300
- Sites: 2 – Hover here to view them.
- Hosted Galleries: NO
- Type of Content: High Res Pics and Videos – Mp4
- Exclusive Content: YES
- Updates: YES
- RSS Feeds: NO
- Morphing Feeds: NO
- Tube Clips: NO
- Content and Hosting: NO
- Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
- Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
- Trials: NO
- Cross Sales: None
We should say up front that we feel that we might be taking a chance with the Nastycash program, but we’ll give them the benefit of the doubt and see what happens. One of their sites – Jolie And Friends – was previously the flagship site for the now-defunct Bang4Cash program. Prior to the Bang4Cash program eventually closing, there were multiple allegations of non-payment. In fact, we had some small balance with them that remains unpaid.
As mentioned, there is very little with which to work in terms of promotional tools. Currently, only three of the program’s seven sites have ready-made banners for affiliate to use. In addition to links, that is pretty much it. However, there are a few other nice features which might interest affiliates. Of particular interest is a deep-link generator. Nice, but not really necessary once you see how your affiliate ID can be appended to any link, though possibly useful if you are experimenting with multiple campaigns and channels. Basically, this allows affiliates to generate affiliate links to on-site archive and update pages and use them as they would hosted galleries.
We have seen some changes with the Nastycash program since we first took notice of them, with a very recent overhaul of the program tour. We are hopeful that recent change is indicative of more to come. More sites, tools, and/or onsite content would certainly be welcome, but we’ll just have to wait and see.
The best thing the Nastycash program has going for it is that the sites continue to update, and it appears steps are being taken to update the program as well. While affiliates can take those updates and generate links with which to use them in their promotion, at present this will mainly be a manual process. Affiliates not prepared to put in a little extra effort may want to give this one a pass for the time being.