Now they are revamping their affiliate program to better serve the needs of affiliates in 2013. One major change is that affiliates who net 50+ sales a day will now be rewarded with 90% commissions (the standard for PC Health Boost is 75% commission).
One reason they decided to create their own software was so that there would be a PC optimization program on the market that had adequate customer support. Lack of customer support can all too often mean refunds and even chargebacks.
These refunds don't just cheat affiliates out of their commissions—they can also result in credit card processing problems for vendors which typically affect affiliates as well. High refunds are also the reason many offers get booted off of networks.
“A little bit of customer service goes a long way when it comes to refunds,” says
But in this day and age of increasing mobile device usage, are PC optimization programs like PC HealthBoost still relevant to the market?
“If our sales are any indication, people need PC optimization software as much today as they ever have,” says co-founder
PC HealthBoost is used by computer owners not just to speed up PC performance, but to also repair .dll issues, Windows installer errors, and avoid screen freezes. Ultimately, it helps prevent computer crashes by performing these actions.
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