Commission Junction to Award 200 Top Affiliates

Jul 12, 2005 • 8:42 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Affiliate Marketing
 

Search Engine Watch Affiliate Issues Moderator, 5starAffiliatePrograms, posted a thread named Commission Junction to Spotlight Top 200 Affiliates. Basically, he posted information about CJ's announcement Top Tier Publishers Gain Competitive Edge with Commission Junction's CJ Performer. Basically, "top-performing publishers get access to enhanced support and resources, and recognition within Commission Junction's network as a premier publisher."

What is great is that I know about 25% of those 200 are in the SEM community, maybe more.

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Juan

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