Too Much Media Launches TMMCash

MORGANVILLE, N.J. — Software developer Too Much Media announced today that it is officially launching its new affiliate program, TMMCash.

The company said the program allows affiliates to earn income for promoting Too Much Media's flagship product, NATS (Next-Generation Affiliate Tracking Software), to potential clients looking for a backend affiliate management solution.

“Unlike other similar offerings, we do not require referred clients to sign any contracts when purchasing NATS,” said John Albright, Too Much Media's chief executive officer.

Through one TMMCash link, affiliates will be able to promote all levels of NATS, including standard NATS installations and NATS Pro installations, in order to earn referral income. The company said all sales will be tracked no matter which method they are referred.

NATS is a full-featured software that offers tools to set up affiliate tracking measures for a client's sites. The available payout amounts for NATS referrals through TMMCash are $500 affiliate payout for standard NATS license referrals and $1,055 affiliate payout for NATS Pro license referrals.

TMMCash affiliates will have various ad tools such as banners and landing pages. Any affiliates who are interested in enrolling in the new TMMCash program must first register for a TMMid, which provides a unified login system for all current and future Too Much Media products.

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