Did you know that you can enjoy playing your favorite MMO games without lag and still earn money at the same time? Yup, you can do both of the things you love at the same time with WTFast's affiliate system!
The WTFast affiliate system let's you earn money by just referring WTFast to others. You earn money (a percentage of the subscription fees) when someone subscribes to WTFast as your referral. To start, all you need to is to sign up for an affiliate account here. It's completely free so you have nothing to worry about.
After signing up, you will be given your affiliate link. Your affiliate link contains a tracking ID to make sure that you will be credited for people who sign up through your affiliate link. Then, all you have to do is to promote WTFast using your affiliate link. Here are some simple tips on how to promote your affiliate link:
- Social networks are one way of getting your message across a ton of people with just a simple click. Share your WTFast affiliate link with your Facebook friends and Twitter followers. This could get to a huge number of people if your friends and friends of friends share and tweet it too.
- Share it on social bookmarking sites such as Digg and Stumbleupon. A lot of people use this type of service which means a lot of people can see your affiliate link too.
- Get an affiliate banner (click here to see WTFast banners) and post it on your blog. You can also try writing a blogpost about your WTFast experience to convince people more. This would be beneficial especially if a lot of people visit your site often.
- You can also try to share it via word of mouth. It is one of the most successful techniques and it never fails. :)
Read more about WTFast's affiliate system here.
WTFast is a global software company specializing in MMO gaming tools. WTFast, is a popular subscription based software app that runs in the background while you play World of Warcraft or other TCP based games. It can speed up a player's game connection by 60-90%. You can go to http://www.wtfast.com/ for a free trial.