Sugar Daddy Site SeekingArrangement.com Launches Affiliate Program with Commission Junction

SeekingArrangement.com, the leading sugar daddy dating website that was featured on Dr. Phil, 20/20, Good Morning America, CNN, New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal, today announced the launch of its new Affiliate program with Commission Junction. Through its new Affiliate program, webmasters and publishers will be able to earn a commission each time a sugar daddy or sugar baby registers for a free account, as well as up to 40% of each sale.

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Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 27, 2011

SeekingArrangement.com, the largest sugar daddy and sugar baby social networking website, today announced the launch of its new Affiliate Program through Commission Junction.

Unlike the hundreds of other sugar daddy dating websites, SeekingArrangement.com has established itself as the definitive leader. It is the only website that has been featured nationally and globally on TV shows, newspapers, radios, magazines and more. Most recently, the website was featured on the Dr. Phil Show, New York Magazine, Wall Street Journal, MSNBC: The Today Show, CNN - Dr. Drew's Show, CNN Headline News, Huffington Post, CBS News, Vanity Fair, The UK Times, ABC News, 20/20, The New York Times, New York Post, U.S. News and World Report, Good Morning America, Playboy Radio and more.

“As the global market leader in sugar daddy dating, we want to collaborate with the global leader in affiliate marketing,” says Mr. Brandon Wade, Founder & CEO of SeekingArrangement.com. “Commission Junction’s vast affiliate network provides us with the reach that our product and service deserves.”

SeekingArrangement.com which had been running its own in-house Affiliate Program since 2007 will be shutting down its in-house program effective immediately. Publishers who are members of its old Affiliate Program will continue to receive commissions for traffic they send up until Oct. 31, 2011.

Affiliate Payout

The company’s new Affiliate Program promises to be more rewarding than before. Webmasters and publishers will earn a commission for both generating leads and sales. For each sugar daddy or sugar baby member signup, affiliates will be paid US$1.50 per lead for up to 30 days after clicking on an affiliate link. For each sale, affiliates will be paid 40% of all sales receipt for up to 60 days after clicking on an affiliate link.

“Our affiliate program is the highest paying in the sugar daddy space,” says Mr. Wade who is also the author of the Definitive Guide to Sugar Daddy and Mutually Beneficial Relationships. “More importantly, our affiliates will be marketing a product that really works. The New York Times named us The Best Sugar Daddy Fishing Hole for a reason.”

To find out more about SeekingArrangement.com, visit our website. To join our affiliate program, please visit the Seeking Arrangement Affiliate webpage.

About SeekingArrangement.com

SeekingArrangement.com is the leading sugar daddy website that provides matchmaking services for those seeking mutually beneficial relationships. More specifically, its members include the wealthy, successful and beautiful – including billionaires, millionaires, doctors, lawyers, bankers, executives, professional athletes, celebrities, politicians, investors, entrepreneurs, as well as models, aspiring actresses, college students, single moms, playmates, and the girls next door. Founded in 2006, the website currently boasts over 1 million sugar daddy, sugar mommy and sugar baby members. The website is founded by leading online dating expert, Mr. Brandon Wade, who also launched SeekingMillionaire.com – the leading millionaire dating website, and WhatsYourPrice.com – the online dating marketplace where first dates are bought and sold.

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