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Matomy Offering Credit to Affiliates

Israeli powerhouse, Matomy Media group is now offering a unique plan to help affiliates hit by bad networks debts. Following in the footsteps of Adknowledge, they are offering a special plan which will pay bonuses for up to a year from joining their programs, hoping to assist those affiliates that have been hit by COPEAC, Epic Media and fears about Neverblue’s (parent) bankruptcy. While tiered payment plans aren’t anything new, the length of the bonuses plus the unique promise to start extended credit lines to valued affiliates should bring attention from the industry.

Accentuating the benefits of steady, long-term growth as opposed to a more popular but less stable quick win, Matomy is contributing a 10% bonus on top of approved affiliate commissions for a period of 12 months from the date the affiliate joins the program. In addition, affiliates can earn a monthly bounty of up to $5,000, based on set earnings criteria.  The company has also promised to extend a credit line to eligible affiliates on a case-by-case basis to boost confidence and activity.  The promotion begins on June 27, 2012 and is open to existing Matomy affiliates as well as new accounts that register by August 31, 2012.

Assaf Suprasky, Affiliate Network General Manager, says, “Affiliate marketing is a legitimate sales channel that, when done right, provides enormous value for advertisers’ money and provides a steady income for millions of affiliates.  To this end, our responsibility as a performance marketing company is to create profitable relationships between advertisers and affiliates, manage commission approvals, and provide reliable and sustainable terms to our affiliates who heavily rely on their payments.  With this promotion, we are putting our money where our mouth is, and have temporarily reduced our network commission to help our affiliates pass this hurdle”

Learn more about the promotion with Matomy here.

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  1. Who has been hit by Neverblue? They’re still paying affiliates to my knowledge. What happens in the future can not be speculated. Unless someone can tell me from experience that I’m wrong, I’m done with Performance Insider and anything associated with it. AKMG has pushed more traffic to my offer this year than any other affiliate network I manage (not including direct partnerships with list managers) and I know we’re paying them. Seems like a personal dig more than an honest assessment of the situation.

    1. What are you talking about? They are in bankruptcy and tons of affiliates have bounced checks. They may survive it, but don’t hold your breath

      1. Really? I have always been paid. as have all of my other friends that work with them. I haven’t heard about anyone missing a payment.
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  2. I think its very courageous of them to make that offer. It sounds like it might be somewhat successful, unless affiliates are feeling rather jaded about being affiliates, putting in work and not getting money.

    1. I left EWA months ago for this reason, late payments, broken promises and hollow carrots. 1K weekly from day 1 (JOKE!!!!!!!!!!!) I would rather wait 2 extra weeks be told the truth and not be shaved 15% to make up for the BOOOOSTED FAKE PAYOUTS! Getting service from accounting or a legit AM is not what you would expect. Brokered offers. Second tier network all day errrr day! Don’t believe the hype!

  3. Matomy should be applauded for their efforts.

    Taking a step like this helps provide stability in otherwise volatile times.

    This is one of the rare times where a company makes moves that doesn’t only benefit themselves, but helps the entire industry.

    I would expect nothing less from a first class company like Matomy.

    Peter Tarr

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