RCJRevenue is an adult affiliate program for promoting a pair of sex toy stores. Although the two stores have very different looks and feels to them, they are essentially the same – both offering the exact same products, with verbatim descriptions, and at the same price-points. Before proceeding further, we would advise interested affiliates to sign up for the program ASAP, as accounts are manually approved, which might take awhile. Additionally, from our own experience, webmasters will not receive an email when their accounts have been activated. However, affiliates accounts will be credited with $10.00 upon creation, so you can think of that as a sort of compensation for the inconvenience.
About the RCJRevenue Program
Payment Structure: $20% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Monthly
Payment Methods: Check, PayPal
Payment Minimum: $50
Sites: 2 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: NO
Type of Content: NA
Exclusive Content: NO
RSS Feeds: NO
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: NO
Content and Hosting: NO
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Trials: FREE to browse and/or register
Cross Sales: None
When it comes to promotional tools, unfortunately the RCJRevenue program is rather lacking. At present, there are an assortment of banners and page peels, but that’s about it. Affiliates will also find that the stores link to their own blog pages – though these are likewise nearly identical. Sadly, although the blogs featured lengthy entries, they have not been updated in over a year.
It also bears mentioning that the RCJRevenue sites employ cookies to track visitors. As such, they make it exceedingly easy for affiliates to create their own deep links, such as linking to a particular products page, or category of marital aids and novelties. However, although affiliates can create their own deeplinks and be credited with any subsequent sales, the downside is that there are no pages hard coded with the affiliates ID that might otherwise get indexed in the search engines.
RCJRevenue is fairly typical of other sex toy store programs we have seen. Though there’s nothing wrong with that familiarity, it’s just not altogether easy to get too excited about either.