WebmasterRadio.fm Affiliate Program

I’m not usually one to promote an affiliate offer without actually running it myself, but I got an interesting email from Pepperjam Network just now. The affiliate program is for Webmaster Radio FM.

Actually I thought to post it because it’d be a cool offer for all the make money online bloggers out there. The offer pays out $12.50 when the user signs up for a subscription that costs $28.73/month. Some noteable points :

  • Automatic approval into the program.
  • Trademark bidding is allowed.
  • 90 Day Cookie.

I just did a search on Google for the trademark terms, and looks like not much competition is there. So test it out a little and see if it converts; let me know when you do. If you have a make money online blog you can sign up for a membership, and then post a positive review of the site and how much you learned from it. It could inspire a lot of your readers to go ahead and sign up if the content is worth it. Just something to think about.

If you’re not signed up with Pepperjam yet you can click this link to do so.


  1. March 27, 2008

    Sorry but I cant see people subscribing for webmasterradio if they get the shows for free with a “little” advertising. Just my 5 cents.

  2. March 27, 2008

    quite possibly the worst affiliate offer in history
    some of wmr’s content is decent, but nobody in their right mind pays for a subscription when all the content is already free, unless they actually want to support the site for some altruistic reasons (lol).
    pro tip: if you want your 2nd hand john chow spillover traffic to sign up to perpperjam so you can make referral cash, maybe tell them to promote something that will actually make money.

  3. March 27, 2008

    yea im second to this….show em something that will make em good money!

  4. March 27, 2008


    Probably a really hard offer to get convert. However the competition thing is over now that you blogged this :)

  5. March 27, 2008

    lol I didn’t even plan on getting traffic from that video, the whole “leak” this was a joke he sent it to me and I asked if he cared if I posted it because I laughed.

    And the WMR thing I just posted about because I had just read the email and it was interesting for a minute…so I blogged about it. PJN referrals are only a flat $5 not even a percentage, I don’t really care about the 20 bucks I could potentially make from it.

  6. March 27, 2008

    it’s funny to see how readers of some blogs analyze and comment every single move of the blogger…

  7. March 27, 2008

    I wasn’t talking about just the video, i was talking about your blog’s traffic in general.
    And if you’re saying you arent promoting pepperjam, then you just posted this because you thought people might be stupid enough to mistake this for useful information?

  8. March 27, 2008

    Nickycakes is on a mission today.

  9. March 27, 2008

    How is that funny, could you tell me what the comedic value is? You have a really sick sense of humour you pervert.

  10. March 27, 2008

    No, I posted it because it interested me and it’s my personal blog and I can do whatever I want on it. Seems to be working so far.

  11. DingoBaby
    March 27, 2008

    While NickyCakes may be an asshat he does have a valid point. Why would anyone in their right mind pay for a subscription. The only major newspaper left with this model is the Wall Street Journal. Give me “mo money mo money” any day!

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  13. icomunik
    March 28, 2008

    Yeah.. this offer is the worst in history… pay for something that is already free?

  14. March 28, 2008

    I love how Cakes is so hard on Paul but he is also the always first to read every post he writes! lol.

  15. March 28, 2008

    I’ll have to side with cakes on this one (rare as it is). This is one one tough cookie to sell.

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