@Sylvain : Personnellement, j’ai un peu d’expérience avec Commission Junction et Clickbank (des réseaux américains) et on ne m’a jamais refusé parce que mon site internet était francophone. Si tu tiens à vendre des produits d’entreprises francophones, tu peux visiter les plateformes française (1TPE, Effiliation, NetAffiliation, Public-Idées) de la liste ci-dessus. Sur quelques plateformes anglophones, c’est aussi possible de trouver des programmes/produits francophones.

Citizenside est pas mal aussi, il peut nous permettre de gagner énormement d’argent si on a de la chance pour choper des bons scoop (infos, photos, vidéos…) où que l’on est bon dans le domaine. De plus il nous facilite la tâche car Citizenside nous envoi un mail lorsqu’il y’a un évènement intéressant dans notre ville, il nous mâche le travail en quelque sorte.
I would personally agree with linkshare.com as a great affiliate marketing platform to join as a publisher. Here’s why. Back in 2005 when I knew nothing about affiliate marketing and was using blogger.com as a free blogging platform without any experience whatsoever and joining Walmart.com as my first official affiliate program, I was able to insert Walmart affiliate in its in my blogger blog and earn a $72 commission. I was onto affiliate marketing for life from there.

The only difference with the offline middleman and affiliate business program is that the online affiliate does not need to get hold of the actual product to earn revenue. He doesn’t need to shell out money to buy the product that he has to sell. All he has to do is create a site that markets the products of the producer. Every time he makes a sale, the producer will take over to send the actual products, receive payments and extend customer support, when necessary. A special web-based script records this process and thus the affiliate is paid for every successful sale he makes.
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