National Debt Relief provides high converting banners with various sizes that affiliates can choose from.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
National Debt Relief, the leading debt settlement company in the country is offering online bloggers and finance website owners a rewarding opportunity through their debt affiliate program.
Operating through Commission Junction, the largest affiliate network online, the debt relief company has demonstrated a 3 month EPC of over $150 and a 7 day EPC of over $300. EPC stands for earning per click.
The debt affiliate program offers a pay per lead program wherein affiliate members can get $27.50 for every valid lead. National Debt Relief considers a lead as valid when the client is able to provide accurate contact information, lives in one of the states that the company operates in and has over $10,000 worth of unsecured debt.
Another part of this program is known as the pay per call program. The affiliate will be paid $41 for every valid call that goes beyond 3 minutes. An additional $9 will be paid as a bonus if the call lasts for more than 20 minutes. The company will only consider a call as valid when it is received during business hours, it is coming from a state that the company can work in and the consumer has over $10,000 worth of unsecured debt.
National Debt Relief provides high converting banners with various sizes that affiliates can choose from. This is to allow them to incorporate the ad to the design of their blog or website. The company assures affiliates that they have high converting landing pages that are also mobile optimized.
To learn more about the debt affiliate program, click on this link: http://www.nationaldebtrelief.com/affiliate-program/.
National Debt Relief is a company that offers debt settlement as their primary debt solution. They have helped thousands of debt ridden consumers achieve debt reduction. They employ IAPDA (International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators) certified debt experts. They are also a BBB accredited business with an A rating. Visit their website to know more about debt, debt relief and personal finance.