I've been developing a site which allows users to complete a simple download.
At the end of the day, I recieve a bit of money from them downloading the software although it costs them absoluotally nothing to access.
However, I would like to increase the number of people downloading this product and reward them with either an affiliate or MLM style (preferably MLM) reward system where affiliates will recieve financial compensation every time someone else downloads the software.
Do you know any websites which would allow me to add my program to their site so that I can track and reward my affiliates. Currently I've seen alot of programs which would work for something that COSTS money, however because my download is free I can't find anything that lets me reward affiliates.
Hope it was clear,
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