TMM Announces CCBill Paid Program

MORGANVILLE, N.J. — Too Much Media has announced the release of the CCBill Paid Program feature for NATS.

With this integration, affiliate program owners now have the ability to use the NATS affiliate software for tracking all of their statistics and have CCbill handle affiliate payouts, the company said.

Affiliate program owners can now utilize the vast benefits of the NATS software including features such as advanced detailed reporting, numerous pre-built and fully functional ad tool types.

Affiliate programs using the CCBill Paid Program feature in NATS still have the ability to also run a normal direct paid program as well.

“NATS is the perfect solution for affiliate programs of any size and will allow you to grow at your own pace, supporting your needs along the way,” the company said.

Affiliate and member data will be imported and existing CCBill affiliate links will be redirected to the new NATS links.

“There is no need for any of your affiliates to change any of their links and current affiliates will simply need to login to your new NATS interface once your program goes live.”

Affiliates who promote sites within a NATS CCBill Paid Program will be required to enter their CCBill affiliate ID.

They have the option to merge an existing CCBill affiliate ID, or to create a new account.

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