Fiverr is a great platform used by multiple upright affiliate marketers. However, fraudsters also use it to swindle pay-per-lead affiliate programs. Examples, red flags to watch out for, and analysis in this post.

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Written by HeatherStone
437 days ago

Geno,

Left a comment over on your blog, as well. I was wondering if you could share with folks here on the BizSugar community who may be less familiar with affiliate marketing how this works. I think most people think of affiliate marketing as a program where I refer traffic to your site and you pay me for every sale you make from my referrals. (Like Amazon!) But I think we're talking about something a bit different here.



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