CrakRevenue Offers 20% Payouts on MyFreeCams

CrakRevenue Offers 20% Payouts on MyFreeCams

QUEBEC CITY — CrakRevenue has announced the return of the revenue- sharing program to its extensive portfolio of offers.

According to the company, the 20 percent payout is the highest revenue-sharing percentage ever offered to CR affiliates, with being one of the largest live cam communities, now celebrating 10 years of exclusive partnership with CrakRevenue.

“This is an amazing opportunity for all affiliates that have been promoting MFC,” says Olivier Bourque, CrakRevenue's vice president of business development. “MyFreeCams simply has a way about attracting spenders. MFC is really the best in its league, making the MFC [revenue- sharing] program and CrakRevenue collaboration one of the best deals on the market for affiliates with quality cam traffic.”

“The MyFreeCams [revenue sharing] program was dearly missed over the past few years and I have received hundreds of requests from affiliates for its return,” said Arnaud Guilon, business manager of the cam vertical at CrakRevenue. “We had been working tirelessly to get this deal up and running again and we succeeded — and I think it’s safe to say it’s now even better than before under the current [revenue sharing] model with the current payout that’s being offered.”

Revenue sharing has long been considered to be one of the most lucrative, long-term passive income streams available to cam site affiliates, with webmasters, affiliates and even models earning big from loyal users of the site.

Affiliates are paid when any MyFreeCams user buys tokens. These affiliates receive 20 percent of all money spent when MFC’s registered users decide to purchase token packages for as long as these members continue to spend.

“We still have affiliates making a living from the previous MyFreeCams [revenue sharing] deal we had in place at 15 percent,” Bourque added. “Really, the beauty of the revenue share model is that it has absolutely no time limit; you get your share of any and all spending for as long as the members remain active and continue to spend money.”

“Thankfully,” Bourque said, “ happens to be a rather addictive site.”

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