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Become an affiliate for Daily Actor!

Daily Actor’s affiliate program provides website/blog owners with the prospect of referring potential customers to dailyactor.com and earning money from every sale (Casting Director & Agent labels with more products to come soon) made.

I pay my affiliates 15% on each sale and all payouts are done via Paypal. Your referral for each visitor lasts for 21 days and applies to each and every product ordered! Registration is quick and easy. You can begin promoting Daily Actor’s products right away.

How it Works

Step 1: Sign up for an affiliate account here

Step 2: After you log into your affiliate account, go to the “Banners/Links” page to get affiliate code/banner that you can put on your site to direct traffic (eg. http://www.dailyactor.com/?ap_id=your_user_id).

Step 3: Place the link/banner on your site.

Step 4: When visitors are referred to dailyactor.com and they make a purchase, you (the referrer) earn 15% commission of the total sale value. You can track all referrals and sales from your referrals via the Stats menu in your account.

Step 5: The commission is paid on a monthly basis. The commission will be paid given that you have earned $25 plus in commission. If not, the commission will roll onto the next month and will be paid once you have reached $25.

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