What does a legitimate software business started by software super-affiliates look like? Performance marketing insiders got a chance to see at the Affiliate Summit West 2014 Meet Market, according to a post on the Boost Affiliates Blog.
The company has been enjoying success since it was founded in 2010. While a few affiliates worked with the software company from its early days, Boost Software™ didn't make an active effort to recruit affiliates until
That is when they released their flagship software PC Health Boost on the Clickbank affiliate network. Within 72 hours, the PC optimization software became the top-selling registry cleaner on the network, and the #6 most popular Clickbank software product overall.
Now, Boost Software™ is seeking affiliates for the 2014 business year. The company will be coming out with its own antivirus software, as well as several other consumer-centered programs.
“We're really excited about 2014,” says CEO and Co-founder
“I'm really proud of our development team,” says Co-Owner
The Meet Market has traditionally been a way for publishers, vendors, and affiliate managers to meet up and form profitable relationships. It is a popular event and is typically sold out weeks in advance.
Owners Mehta and Dunbar weren’t the only ones representing the company at the #ASW14 Meet Market. Public Relations and Inbound Marketing Director
“We're looking forward to the chance to expand our operations,” says
The Boost Affiliates member site contains landing pages, banner ads, and other creative for its software affiliates. All creative and other materials were tested in “field conditions” before their inclusion on the affiliate website.
More information about the affiliate program is available at http://boostaffiliates.com, while information about the company's Affiliate Summit West 2014 meetup is available at
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