Crocmint is yet another free affiliate program that on top of being 100% free to join, they will throw in a $50.00 sign up bonus as well. That’s a pretty generous offer for future Crocmint affiliates.
I’m not to hip on the products Crocmint has available to promote. It looks like just a bunch of pharmaceutical products that focus in weight-loss, hair loss, skincare, sexual health, etc.. Nothing I would really enjoy promoting. Crocmint does however pay a hefty 40% commission to all sales made under $1,000.00 (silver plan). Once you earn over $1,000.00 in one month you’ll jump into the gold plan at 45% earned commissions.
If you’re anything like me, you’ll probably just want to focus on recruiting other affiliates like yourself because with Crocmint you can earn 10% off of all their earnings. Here is an example provided by Crocmint on how much you could potentially earn for referring other free affiliates:
Unfortunately, if you want to receive commissions through Paypal you’ll have to earn a minimum of $500.00 in commissions. I’m starting to see where the $50.00 sign up bonus is coming. They are probably offering the sign up bonus knowing that most of the free affiliates that join are probably never going to see that free $50.00 in their bank accounts. If you decide to use ePassporte you’ll only need to earn a minimum of $150.00 to earn your first paycheck with Crocmint. I’ve never owned a ePassporte account and I don’t intend to get one just for Crocmint’s affiliate program. I’m involved with quite enough payment processors to know that enough is enough.
A good thing about Crocmint, and you don’t see this very often, they pay every Wednesday once you earn over the minimum in commissions. I just think that’s odd. All I got to say about Crocmint is that they are a free affiliate company to join. If you have a website or blog, you can easily promote their products on your website and hopefully earn some extra cash from home. You’re not going to lose any money by doing this at least.
**Disclaimer – Affiliate links are used on this post.