StreamMyGame Affiliates to get Sustained Advertising and Revenues

26th July 2008 London UK

StreamMyGame announced today a new "Free to Join" Affiliate Program that pays a commission and delivers sustained advertising to websites, blogs and forums that link to

"Our Affiliates can generate real money from this program. This is much more then just exchanging links," said Richard Faria StreamMyGame's CEO. "Our Affiliates can maintain their own community identity within the StreamMyGame framework as well as funnelling traffic back to their own websites."

The program enables Affiliates to place their own logo and hypertext link onto the StreamMyGame Toolbar. This prominent link generates additional traffic flow back to their own website and maintains the Affiliate's brand and identity on StreamMyGame.

Affiliates can create their own groups on StreamMyGame and offer membership to these groups through their own websites.

StreamMyGame pays its Affiliates $1.99 for each recommended customer who subscribes and also pays$1.99 for customers who register for free and subscribe at a later date.

"Obviously we are hoping to continue to attract even more members through this program but it has also been designed to return revenues and traffic to the gaming communities and websites that support StreamMyGame" said Richard Faria.

Image of StreamMyGame Toolbar with Affiliate Logo

Link to one of our Affiliates

Link to full details and online Affiliate application

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