Tax filing offers are a popular campaign choice for affiliates every Spring. Networks see an in flux of offers in this vertical to coincide with tax season, and affiliates know it’s an opportunity to add to their earnings by promoting within a niche that’s only available once a year. This time we’ve launched perhaps our biggest tax campaign ever, an H&R Block - RevShare offer. If you’re an affiliate of ours and have hesitated to run tax filing offers in the past, running one by a brand as big as this would be a great place to start.
H&R Block are arguably the most well-known tax preparation company in the world. They have over 12,000 retail office worldwide in numerous countries, and are a trusted, respected global brand . Users will immediately recognize the logo and name when you’re promoting this campaign, which will help in obtaining more clicks than other tax filing offers without that same level of brand awareness.
This campaign promotes the company’s downloadable do-it-yourself online tax software, an alternative for users who would prefer to do their taxes from home. Since this offer operates under a revenue sharing model, for every completed sale and download for H&R Blocks tax software, you’ll receive 14% of that sale amount.
There’s no daily cap on this offer, and a large selection of traffic sources and countries are permitted for promotion.
Percentage of Sale: 14%
Traffic Sources: Display, Contextual, Social, Mobile Ads, Search, E-mail, Native Ads
Countries: Australia, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States
Log in to your MaxBounty account and click click here to begin promoting this campaign.
If you’re finding success with another network running an offer that isn’t available at MaxBounty, we want to give you the opportunity to start running that offer with us as soon as possible.
One of the features in our network that perhaps not every affiliate is aware of, allows you to request campaigns that aren’t currently active on MaxBounty. Once you’ve requested a campaign and filled out the additional information, our Business Development team will then review your request. If the campaign you’ve requested is deemed as having adequate value, our team will then work to acquire the advertiser if necessary, and launch the campaign at MaxBounty for you to promote. If the campaign you request is eventually launched, we’ll ensure your Affiliate Manager contacts you so that you’re aware.
Below is a preview of the Request form.
We even want you to tell us what rate you would need to promote this offer at MaxBounty rather than another network.
To try out this this feature, just log in to your MaxBounty account and click here to begin filling out the Request a Campaign form.
Our Airbnb campaign has generated six figure earnings for our affiliates in total. The popular hotel alternative site is also the most recognized brand in the world that offers hospitality services for home owners and tourists, becoming one of the largest advertisers we work with while doing so. Despite that evident prosperity that our affiliates are experiencing running this campaign, they can now make even more money promoting our Airbnb Host offer in the month of March with the introduction of two performance bonuses.
First time promoting Airbnb offer:
Generate 10 bookings within the month of March to receive a $500 bonus on top of your initial earnings.
Previously generated clicks to Airbnb offer (July 2017 – February 2018):
Generate 20 bookings within the month of March to receive a $1000 bonus on top of your initial earnings.
All bookings must meet the minimum booked amount for each tier which is explained in more detail on the campaign’s offer page.
CPA Rate: $40
Bonus Rates: $200, $32, $16
Traffic Sources: Display, Social, Contextual, Search, Mobile Ads, Native Ads
Countries: United States
Log in to your MaxBounty account and click here to run the Airbnb Host offer and begin working towards your March bonuses
Note: Promotion periods ends on April 1st and is only available to current MaxBounty affiliates who have been approved into the network before the start of March.
Two background check campaigns at MaxBounty are seeing a significant increase in conversions recently. Affiliates running Spokeo.com Background Check and SeekVerify Background Checks – US are quickly adding to their 2018 earnings by promoting these campaigns, and we want you to do the same.
Background check campaigns allow users to utilize public records to access an individuals background information such as criminal records. This can be useful for people who want to ensure the person they’re in contact with is who they say they are. Renting out a residence or purchasing a used car are a couple of examples where someone might want to do a background check on someone.
Both offers allow nearly all traffic sources to be used when promoting them, except for incentive traffic. This broadens your possibilities when choosing a strategy that you think will be successful. Search or PPV contextual traffic typically have the best results in this niche, with native ads are also an effective option.
The SeekVerify campaign is also currently running a promotion that will pay out affiliates an extra $4 per lead if they generate 10 or more in a calendar month. This essentially increases the CPA rate to $28 if you surpass the 10 lead threshold.
The Spokeo.com offer converts on a completed subscription sale, while the SeekVerify offer converts on credit card submit for a subscription or $1 trial.
CPA Rate: $37 (Spokeo) $24 (SeekVerify)
Traffic Sources: Display, Contextual, Social, Mobile Ads, Search, Social, Native Ads
Countries: United States
This week Facebook implemented some changes to their Page Insights section that will impact the way reach and impression information is calculated. If you’re an administrator of a page that you use to promote offers, it’s important to know what these changes are and how they could alter your perception of the analytics Facebook provides you with.
Below is a description from Facebook of the main changes being implemented.
"For Pages, we’ve historically calculated reach based on how many times a post was delivered in News Feed. And for paid ads, we use a stricter definition that only counts reach once a post enters a person's screen.
We previously announced this change, and starting Monday, we will update how we measure organic reach of Pages to be more consistent with the way we calculate reach for ads. This is a change in the way that we measure reach, not a change in News Feed distribution, and other engagement metrics will remain the same. This will provide Page owners with a more precise measurement of their audience and offer a more consistent measurement methodology across both our paid and organic reach reporting. Since this is stricter reporting, some Pages may see lower reach figures than before."
To smoothen the transition process, both the new and old metrics will be available to admins for the next couple of months.
Facebook’s definition of reach has always been a little ambiguous, and unlike engagement such as comments and clicks, there’s no way for you, the page owner, to verify the information Facebook is providing is accurate.
Something important to take away from this is that the number of users you typically reach with your posts should remain the same. If you notice a decrease in your reach numbers, it’s because what was considered a ‘Reach’ before on your page has changed, not that less users are being exposed to your content.
In addition to technical changes, the Page Insights section is receiving a cosmetic makeover as well. Both iOS and Android versions of the Facebook app have been updated, with information being re-prioritized and moved to the top of display, including:
• Page diagnostics (likes, reach, engagement)
• Recent post performance
• Page engagement preview (demographics of new followers, etc.)
Admins can also now create new posts that are based off older posts that have gained traction in the past. This gives you the opportunity to have repeated success by duplicating components of your posts that your users felt compelled to engage with previously.
If you notice a decrease in reach, don’t be too alarmed, as it’s likely just a by product of this update. Continue to monitor other engagement such as clicks, likes, and comments as that information is what's most valuable anyways. Both these technical and cosmetic changes could alter the way you promote and analyze content as a Facebook Page admin however, so it’s important to be aware of what they are, and what exactly they change, until Facebook decides to change something again next month.
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