Payout Bumps of Up to 50% All Summer Long

CrakRevenue kicked off the promotion with more than 25 dating offers.All summer long, cost-per-acquisition network CrakRevenue is offering payout bumps of up to 50 percent across the board on the platform’s selection of offers. The network will tag the offers “Summer Deal,” allowing more than 25,000 affiliates easy navigation.

According to Business Development Manager Pierre-Olivier Brown, offers in all verticals, covering numerous geos and niches, will be tagged at various times throughout the remainder of the season.

“We are working very hard to negotiate payout bumps with our providers to keep a great selection of offers,” Brown said. “We want to make sure affiliates make the most of the sunny days.”

CrakRevenue kicked off the promotion with more than 25 dating offers.

“We have a great selection of dating offers with payout bumps of up to 50 percent to start with this Summer Deal tag we’re applying,” said Eric Migneault, business manager for CrakRevenue’s dating vertical.

Migneault added CrakRevenue affiliates should check back in on the platform’s Offer section regularly, because “we’ll continue tagging offers that have increased payouts. Affiliates have a lot to gain by staying up-to-date with the hottest deals.”

In the video-on-demand vertical, well-established sites like Broken Teens, Punish Tube and DAGFS offer payout bumps ranging from 15 percent to 25 percent.

CrakRevenue’s newest addition,, also is part of the summer promotion, offering a payout bump of 25 percent.

“By checking the ‘Summer Deal’ tag frequently on CrakRevenue’s platform, affiliates are guaranteed not to miss out on any of the industry’s best offers or our most lucrative opportunities,” Brown said.

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