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Indian Affiliate Network for Web Publishers

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5:29 pm on Mar 2, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Hello Indian Webmasters!

Do you know any indian affiliate network other than mediaturf?. If so, please suggest few companies.

Most of the web advertisement are monopoly business in india, and there are about 20 to 40 online advertising agencies with media buying and ad-campaign services.

Besides, The leaders in Individual Affiliate offering business in India is www.baazee.com (Sharp Payments). But their tracking system is false. Hope, their involvement with CJ.com will improve their services.

Though, i've great credential earning in www.shaadi.com & www.fropper.com (Both run by same management), i've not been paid by them yet.

There are about 30 to 40 other websites in india, offering individual affiliate offers. To name few others, mapsofindia, indianfriendfinder, keralaonlineshop etc.

Is any webmasters interested in starting up a dedicated affiliate network like cj.com or affiliatefuel.com or clicksor.com integerating publishers & advertisers. I'm ready to go ahead with investments and promotions, if some reliable webmasters can join hands.

6:13 pm on Apr 7, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Glad to see a fellow Indian webmaster!

I'm currently based in India and am using Google AdSense for my English and Hindi websites.

I'm new to this online ad territory, and was hoping you can recommend some AdSense-similar programs that I can try out? I've only heard of Adsonar.

7:02 pm on Apr 7, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Hi consumersofindia,

There was an India affiliate network launched recently (I am not sure it is a fake or a true one) the site is a template generated one and the worst part - they don't have merchants with them.

Any serious affiliate network must have some good number of merchants with it to get the affiliates interested And it should have some big names in Indian business as clients - then only it can hope to sign up some good affiliates.

I think for the time being it is the individual merchants to go for as an affiliate.

Your idea of setting up a dedicated affiliate network is a good one but again the question is which merchants can you bring on-board with good offers?