Many web site owners sell products of other companies on their web sites and get a cut of the sale or per click from the company whose products they are selling – this is affiliate marketing. Republicans are working with popular affiliate program service provider, Commission Junction to set up their own affiliate program. The NY Times is reporting Howard Dean, move over. In a nod to the successful online fund-raising of Mr. Dean and other Democrats, the Republican National Committee will this month start paying Web site owners who raise donations for the party through their sites.
The program is open to operators of Web sites registered at Commission Junction, a technology company that helps advertisers reach Web page publishers. The committee will pay Web sites amounts equal to 30 percent of the donations they raise as a commission, according to Commission Junction’s Web site.
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