Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 13, 2013
The PC HealthBoost™ software affiliate program recently rolled out new, tested creative for its affiliates. The roll out coincides with Boost Affiliates' recent ClickBank launch of the product, which brought in 250 active affiliates and another 700+ potential affiliates undergoing affiliate training.
The creative consists of almost 100 different display advertisements of all dimensions and sizes. The display ads come in dimensions appropriate for use as banner ads and visual PPC ads, and include both flash advertisements and HTML ads.
Former super-affiliates and Boost Software™ co-founders Peter Dunbar and Amit Mehta tested the display ads. The two co-founders say they are big believers in continual split testing. In fact, Mehta attributes his fortune to it.
“At the peak of my affiliate career, I cleared $70,000-$80,000 net profit per month—which is ten times what I had been doing the year before,” says the former super affiliate. “It was all because of two things: consistent split testing and learning how to outsource almost everything else.”
Mehta and Dunbar spent $300,000 on the software, and then tested it on the market for almost three years before publicly courting affiliates on ClickBank. They released PC Health Boost™ on September 3, and it became the network's most popular registry cleaner—and 6th-most popular program overall—in less than four days.
Boost Affiliates gained 250 selling affiliates, as well as 700+ up-and-coming affiliates who took the new media course and affiliate training. Mehta, Dunbar, and VP of Business Development Brock Bourne put together a course that instructs readers from starting as an affiliate, to developing a campaign, to scaling efforts to a wider range.
Peter Dunbar and Amit Mehta founded Boost Software™ in 2009, after years in the trenches as software affiliates. They entered the registry cleaner market, but they saw a lack of robust, quality software with good customer support. The product offers 24/7 customer support based out of the U.S., UK, and Australia. Mehta and Dunbar cite this as a reason for the product's low refund rate (around 3%).
Affiliates who want to learn more about the new creative, affiliate training, and commissions can learn more at BoostAffiliates.com.