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Behind Blogging: The “Dark” Side of Affiliate Relationships

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This is why I never rely on one source of information for any type of reviews, etc.  Too many people nowadays have a stake in the game and can be paid for their "expert" opinions.  

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These agreements should contain provisions for transactions which go untracked. 

 

As an affiliate I would expect to be paid for approved referrals that the other party was unable to track, based on a reasonable "assumed" approval ratio. 

 

The number could be based on the historical approval ratio with me specifically, the approval ratio of all similar affiliates, or some industry average.  

 

Both parties should also have the right to audit the relevant records of the other party.

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