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These affiliate recruiters, often owners of websites, ezines, and forums that attract other webmasters, focus their energies recruiting other webmasters to sign up as their "sub-affiliates" and to sell affiliate products.
As a result, when affiliate products are sold by their sub-affiliates, these affiliate recruiters will also get paid a referral commission.
Two important points to understand are:
1) The affiliate programs must be free to join...no "sign-up" fees, "set-up" costs, nor "product-testing" fees are involved...otherwise they become traditional multi level marketing programs, and run risk of affiliates trying to make money by "pushing products" to other affiliates.
2) While these programs create a new role for "affiliate recruiters" who can make money by specializing in recruiting affiliates, products will still have to actually be sold to real customers for merchant, affiliate recruiter, and affiliate to make any money.
If you are currently an affiliate merchant having problems recruiting good affiliates, why not consider using a multi tier affiliate program and let "affiliate recruiters" do this work for you?
If you happen to run a webmaster related site, or happen to know many webmasters or successful affiliates, why not consider being an "affiliate recruiter" by recommending multi tier affiliate programs?
Terence Tan is the project manager of HugeAffiliates.com, a website dedicated towards the development of Multi Tier Affiliate Programs as an alternative system of business. Visit http://hugeaffiliates.com to learn more about how to multiply your affiliate referral commissions.