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Software Affiliate Program Gives Bonus to Software Affiliates That Can Make 5 Sales

Boost Software™ is making an offer to its new affiliates that is rare for other Clickbank vendors: a bonus to every new affiliate who tests out the company's high-converting PC optimization software, PC HealthBoost™. The Boost Affiliates program offers substantial aid to help affiliates close these five sales.

Sep 10 2013, 3:10am CDT | by PR.com

Boston, MA, September 10, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Software affiliates take note: Boost Software™ is paying software affiliates $150 to take a test run of their cutting-edge registry cleaner, PC HealthBoost™. But what's the catch?

The catch is that Boost Software™ after testing ads, landing pages, and creatives for three years, is finally ready to release its flagship software to the affiliate community at large. Confident that PC HealthBoost™ will outperform similar offers, the company is offering a $150 bonus to all new Boost Affiliates who sell 5 or more downloadable copies of the software.

The offer is open to all affiliates who are new to the Boost Affiliates program, whether they are veterans of performance marketing or new to the affiliate space. The business's owners are offering the bonus to all new members.

How difficult is it to make those sales? According to the Boost Affiliates new affiliates web page, not too difficult. PC HealthBoost™ boasts a high conversion rate—6-12% download-to-conversion—tested over the past three years. The software also features a refund rate of about 3% (low for the industry), and 24/7 native U.S./U.K./Australian-based support.

In addition, the Boost Affiliates program offers a free media course, affiliate link generator, tested graphics and visual creative, tutorials, and an extensive keyword list. Among the graphics are trust seals from companies such as Tucows (5 Stars) and ScanSafe.

Another graphic that seems to inspire trust with consumers is Boost Software's™ status as a Microsoft Gold Partner status in Application Development. PC HealthBoost™ is rated 5 stars by customers at the Microsoft Pinpoint website, and was called “Safer and more stable than your garden-variety registry cleaner” by Brothersoft, from whom it gained the Editor's Pick accolade.

Boost Software was formed in 2009 by super affiliates Amit Mehta and Peter Dunbar. The two had been selling registry cleaners and similar software, and were becoming frustrated with the quality of most offers. Many of those offers seemed to them like “here today, gone tomorrow,” products. Even the good offers didn't have technical support that Mehta and Dunbar felt was adequate.

The pair decided to create robust PC optimization software with a robust build and substantial technical support that would have staying power in the PC optimization tool market. They spent over $300,000 developing the software before releasing it in 2010.

Like most business leaders with an affiliate background, Dunbar and Mehta are enthusiastic about continual testing. They test landing pages, creative, and even site graphics on a regular basis in order to achieve PC HealthBoost's™ higher-than-average conversion rate.

The Boost Affiliates program recently began to offer PC HealthBoost™ on the Clickbank network. Clickbank has been in operation since 1998, making it one of the oldest online affiliate networks. Software affiliates interested in earning $150 to promote Boost Software’s registry cleaner can learn more at BoostAffiliates.com.

Terms and conditions do apply. The five sales must be from 5 different locations 7 days after your initial sale. Test sales and other sales that you do under your own account do not count. They must be legitimate sales. You may not receive multiple bonuses by using multiple user IDs.

Contact Information:
Boost Software
Erin Walsh, Director of Public Relations
479.310.5444
Contact via Email
www.boostsoftware.com

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