- OFFERS 2.5
- PAYOUT 2.42
- TRACKING 2.42
- SUPPORT 2.33
SnapVertise was formed by a team of industry veterans who grew tired of Advertising Networks that lacked a certain care for the backend performance of your campaigns. The team realized that by working very closely with Advertisers, they could help create Campaigns which increased income for both the Advertiser and Publisher. We run our own campaigns through our network, which enables us to quickly judge the quality of traffic from our publishers. Publishers that do not generate quality leads are removed from the Network - or offered lower rates. As a publisher, it's no secret what you need from the advertising network you choose to send your traffic to. From a huge selection of interesting and unique advertisers and corresponding offers to quick, industry-high payouts, SnapVertise has everything you need to succeed. We specialize in international leads and good quality sales.
Affiliate Network Details
- Sean Sutherland
No idea when will I get paid or even if I will get paid or not..
Sean is a thief posing as many different people inside the company. Worst CPA program that I have ever had to deal with. You simply will not get paid unless you hound them on their Twitter page. And even THEN you only have maybe a 60% chance of them actually sending you your rightfully earned commission. I\'ve promoted a few of their offers on Bing PPC and spent $1600. I\'m owed around $4400. I got in touch with Sean after hounding him publicly on Twitter. He promised to pay me via Paypal. He sent me much less than the $4400, and the amount he sent even had a large chunk taken out for Paypal fees. I haven\'t been able to get in touch with him since! Stay far away from these scamsters!
I hope all is going well with you. I have been trying to get in touch with you for around a month and a half now. I've left you many voice mails, emails, and AIMs, but I haven't received a response. Please get a hold of me ASAP.
I'm sorry to have to leave a negative review on this one but I believe that in these uncertain times, when every affiliate second network files for bankrupty and not the smallest ones (Copeac, Neverblue, Azoogle and the like) the smaller networks such as Snavertise that depend heavily on the aforementioned bankrupt network for their own revenues become susepect whenever they start acting like they are acting right now.
I have not received payment for last month (august 2012) and I tried to join them by email sending a 1st, 2nd and 3rd payment reminder all through this week. Tried to get a hold of my AM Erik Maddeaux (yes the same "seasonned veteran" known to register domain names in bad faith see : http://www.cira.ca/assets/Documents/Legal/Dispute/2008/00116-bowring.ca.pdf)
Result = no reply to my emails, no reply to my voice messages left on answering machine.
Tried to reach Sean Sutherland Business Development Director
Result = no reply to my emails, no reply to my voice messages left on aanswering machine.
Last pay period, I did acheive getting overdue payment. (thank you) This time I'm starting to wonder if there is anybody alive in this company anymore or if they just went bankrupt in the meantime.
I just want to note that this is the only time I have ever written a negative review for an affiliate network. I have been doing affiliate marketing since around 2005 and have never had a problem with other networks.
I have a free, non-incentivzed website in the paid survey niche that currently earns over $200 per day with various other networks. While searching for more offers to add, I came across SnapDollars, which is exclusively on Snapvertise. It looked like it would do well on my site, so I signed up to Snapvertise to promote it. There isn't a lot of information on Snapvertise floating around, so I had to go out on a limb and try them for myself.
First, there are several red flags for this network. They don't offer free ACH, only wire transfers with high fees. Also, they don't offer Paypal. Regardless of what excuses they use (including fraud-related issues), the fact of the matter is that just about every other serious affiliate network offers those options. In addition, they have net-30 payment terms to begin, so you have to wait an entire month to receive your commissions at first.
With all of this under consideration, I decided to send them a small amount of traffic just to reach the commission threshold and see if they paid. I exceeded the threshold in May and was supposed to receive a check at the beginning of July.
My affiliate manager is Erik Maddieux. I contacted him once back in June just to inquire about payment terms. It took him a week to reply. I replied to him to ask about alternative payment methods. I got no reply to that email. I have since contacted him 3 times via email about this specific non-payment issue and have not received a reply. I have left several voicemails and still have not received a reply. I contacted their general automated support phone number and was transferred to a voicemail for a guy that says that he will be in and out of the office all throughout FEBRUARY! So he hasn't changed his voicemail in 6 months!
My personal experience with this network is exactly why you only send a little bit of traffic to hit the commission threshold to see if they pay. Maybe everyone's experience is different (YMMV), but I just wanted to give a little bit of insight so others wouldn't have to join blindly like I did.
One of best network, They got some exclusive offers and for some offers are payout highest, I received 2 payment and i'm already working there, Here is proof
Been working with Snap for about 6 months. No payment problems whatsoever. Payment terms were a little slow to begin with, but when I upped my volume on a number of offers it was no problem getting weeklies.
They have beat a number of prices on offers from other networks and have worked with me getting caps raised.
I wouldn't suggest to newbies as they aren't babysitters, but if you have a clue and been around check them out and consider adding them to your arsenal as they will bend over backwards for those putting in the effort.
For those commenting scam it is pretty obvious you have never worked with them or you yourself are the scammer and were booted from the network.
I have been having gud time with them. Always been paid in time. No issues at all and they have gud offers. Worth joining
support is hard to maintain contact with.
Staff is unknowledgeable.
Their advertisers pay then net45, they mail checks net25,
Check min $50 - free
ACH to US, CA, AU, UK min $500 - $2.50 charge per deposit
Wire transfer min $1000 - $30 charge per
from what i have seen it is managed by 2 individuals, Sean and shamiso.
scam, pure scam!
Never heard of them before, and as always, I recommend you stay away from these unknown networks.
Does anyone have any experience of working with this network? Any feed back would be appreciated. Thanks.