Build My PC
sells customized computer systems to consumers and business owners. While the commission offered by their affiliate program may seem low (at 1%), the company claims that their average sale goes for $1500, suggesting that your cut on a sale will be in the range of $15.
has initiated an affiliates program paying between 10% and 35% commission of the gross sales of notebook computers generated from a partner's site. In order to receive the higher commissions, one must apply to become a Senior Affiliate, which asserts that Hyperbook must stand as one's exclusive computer-related advertiser.
, a popular cybermall, has initiated an affiliate program that pays referrers 25 cents for each new customer that they refer, in addition to a 7-11% commission on any sales generated from referred customers - including all of their future purchases!
Montes de Oca
are offering a 12% commission to Webmasters for the sale of quality cigars. Upon joining the program, you will be provided with your own storefront Web page, and be required to link to the page via a banner or text link.
SMC Money Tree is a program initiated by
the SMC Inspirational Development Center, by which you can sign up as a distributor, and earn a 10% commission on any sales generated from the SMC marketing page through your link.
Spree is a large cyberstore
promising to share between 10% and 29% of gross profits generated from referral partner links. The commission rate depends on the total amount
of profit generated through your links in any given month. On top of this, Spree offers a quasi-MLM scheme in which you can earn bonus commissions
based on the performance of Spree Independent Partners who signed up through your referral link.
is an online software retailer offering "50% of a product's markup price" - which equates, interestingly, to a commission of only about 2 per cent of each product's gross price. Cleverly deceptive marketing, wouldn't you say?