I talked a little bit about Logical Media's affiliate program here in the beginning of May.

I started implementing some of the advertising campaigns from Logical Media in early May. I've been happy with the quality of the ads I've chosen and how they compliment the purpose of my site: spending less to do more.

I'm new to using affiliate programs, so May was really a test-drive month for me with Logical Media. I figured I could try it out and see what happened, paying attention to the statistics and reports they offer on each campaign you implement.

I thought I'd share with you what I earned in May:

Logical Media earnings: $23.50

They payment threshold for Logical Media is $100; most affiliates have some sort of minimum threshold amount before they issue payment.

Since this is my first month using the program and I was just testing it, I'm happy to see it was successful. And I've earned more than that already in June; one thing to remember if you choose to sign up as a Logical Media affiliate is that many campaigns are run every month, beginning at the first of the month, and have a "campaign limit" as to what the advertiser will pay each month. It really does pay to pay attention to the ad campaigns in the first few days of the month before they cap out.

You can also earn with Logical Media by referring other web publishers to their affiliate program; you earn a 5.00% commission on the earnings of anyone you refer. If you choose to sign up for Logical Media using any of the links in this post, thanks so much - I appreciate it greatly.

I'll be chatting about more affiliate programs as I add them and learn more about them; if you have one to recommend, please share what you know in a comment below!

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  1. Chels // October 8, 2009 8:06 AM  

    Thanks for your input on this. I have been blogging for about 6 months and a few people keep telling me to add some affiliates to my site. I'm nervous about it because I don't have a big readership and don't know if the companies would want me. This is the second post I've read on Logical Media so I think I'll go for it!