Merchant Connect Adds Revamped Supermen.com

SupermenGlobal payment services provider CCBill now offers ImLive’s upgraded gay flagship site, Supermen.com, as part of the Merchant Connect network. Supermen provides an interactive live-chat environment for men seeking men and offers CCBill affiliate partners a new tool in their revenue arsenal.

CCBill’s Merchant Connect brings merchants together to leverage traffic and products in an ethical, interconnected network for traffic sharing and cross-selling to their existing customers. CCBill facilitates one-click purchases between merchants, easily and legally offerong instant purchasing power to the audiences from other merchants. CCBill also tracks the sales, manages the traffic and can even settle the payouts, so Merchant Connect partners can stay focused on running their businesses.

As a sponsor partner in the Merchant Connect program, Supermen.com will offer affiliate merchants a destination for their quality traffic with a seamless, one-click purchase flow, in order to help them capture more sales.

“After months of hard work, we have completely reimagined the Supermen.com user experience,” said Supermen representatives Douglas Richter. “The upgraded, intuitive user interface is optimized for conversion, and the guys online represent some of the highest quality and most motivated male models in the industry. Combined with CCBill’s awesome one-click user billing ability, now is the time to promote Supermen.com to your gay traffic.”

CCBill Managing Vice President of Sales Gary Jackson said, “ImLive has been a prime program in Merchant Connect since the beginning, offering an instant, first-class upsell to other CCBill merchants who have top-notch member and content sites. This fresh addition of Supermen.com brings a new level of sales growth and [pay-per-sale earnings] to our friends in the gay segment, leveraging the automation and access via CCBill for one-clicks and, of course, resulting in more revenue for our merchants in the program. It’s actually kind of a no-brainer.”

 

G. Zisk Rice

G. Zisk Rice

A native of Minot, North Dakota, G. Zisk Rice left his heart and other parts of his anatomy in San Francisco during a Navy shore leave, leading to an embarrassing demonstration of "don't ask, don't tell" in action. After earning a degree from UC Berkeley, he wrote for AVN's now-defunct GAYVN magazine before joining YNOT's editorial team in 2011. His heart and other body parts still belong to the man who claimed them while Rice was on shore leave. The couple married in May 2013.

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