Reason(s) for removal: Wild Cash has since been acquired by Media Revenue – AKA DeeCash/Manwin/MindGeek – and the Wild Cash sites incorporated into the HypeTraffic adult affiliate program. Since, the sites have been shuffled as programs were combined and closed until it is now impossible to point to one and say ‘this used to be Wild Cash’.
At first glance, Wild Cash looks like it could be one of the best adult affiliate programs, but that is not the case. While the sites are very attractive, the majority contain non-exclusive content from DVD scenes and organized into niche sites. That alone wouldn’t be so bad if they continued to update the sites and/or provided their affiliates with handy tools such as RSS feeds. It looked as if they were taking a step in the right direction by offering 8 new exclusive sites, 6 with RSS feeds, but sadly those have since stopped updating as well.
About the Wild Cash Program
Payment Structure: 60% RevShare, $35 PPS
Payment Schedule: Biweekly
Payment Methods: Check, Paxum, Wire
Payment Minimum: $200
Sites: 57 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: Pics and Videos – DivX, MPEG, WMV
Exclusive Content: YES – 8 sites.
RSS Feeds: YES – For 6 of the 8 exclusive sites.
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: YES
Content and Hosting: YES
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Cross Sales: 2, pre-checked.
Until they decide to revisit the exclusive site with RSS feed model, to make any real money with the Wild Cash adult affiliate program the average adult webmaster is going to have to put in some effort. I recommend taking full advantage of their free content and hosting to build and host your own customized galleries and/or TGP/MGP. Their sites look good, it’s just a matter of getting your surfers to them.
I wouldn’t hold my breath, though, as it is highly unlikely new content will be added anytime soon as the Wild Cash adult affiliate program has since been acquired by DeeCash, AKA Media Revenue. As such, I urge you to read the program terms and conditions – with particular attention to the parts concerning primary and secondary billing processors.