WTFBucks is a relatively new adult affiliate program featuring mainly Euro content by the same folks behind the 35PPS and BFProfit programs. Though WTFBucks is currently of moderate size with only fifteen sites, they are all of very attractive high quality. As a relatively new program, WTFBucks is still rolling out a steady supply of new sites and galleries. Affiliates looking for brand new exclusive content to promote that surfers have not already seen countless times before – or isn’t already all over the tubes, should consider getting in on WTFBucks while it is still fresh.
About the WTFBucks Program
Payment Structure: 50% RevShare, $30 PPS
Payment Schedule: Biweekly
Payment Methods: Check, Paxum, and Wire.
Payment Minimum: $100
Sites: 15 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: High Resolution Pics and HD Videos – WMV
Exclusive Content: YES
RSS Feeds: YES
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: YES
Content and Hosting: NO
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Trials: $1/1 day
Cross Sales: None
As mentioned, WTFBucks is currently unveiling brand new sites along with batches of their respective galleries and embedded tube videos. While batch updates are beginning to occur for previously released sites, they are yet to arrive on a regular update schedule. When looking for feeds, affiliates will more than likely first find the XML documents which provide data for promoting the FLV clips, including lengthy text descriptions, however they lack the affiliates linking codes, so affiliates will want to modify them accordingly. However, enabling the RSS option in the affiliates ‘account details’ panel will allow affiliates to create custom RSS feeds for accessing the promotional tools. While this artifact of NATS usually returns a simple grid that affiliates can mainly use to view the latest updates, in this instance the RSS feeds with text heavy entries they generate can easily be used for promotion. Affiliates will also be pleased to note that so far all of the galleries are of very high quality, many offering lengthy unique text descriptions that might be used as the basis for the affiliates own promotional copy.
Affiliates should also be pleased to learn that the WTFBucks adult affiliate program does not appear to use any sort of shady indexing tricks such as canonical linking, noindex meta tags or robots text files that many other programs employ to instruct search engines to give preferential indexing to pages without affiliate IDs. While eschewing such practices is not sufficient cause alone to say that a program is entirely above board, it is a particularly good start.
While it is too early to say whether WTFBucks will prove to be one of the best adult affiliate programs, we encourage affiliates to give them a try and find out for themselves while this program is brand new and therefore decidedly under-exposed.