2015 Top CPS and CPA Affiliate Networks

Revenue Performance Magazine has named its top affiliate networks for 2015 in the Cost per Sale (CPS) and Cost per Action (CPA) categories. The ranking is based upon their Blue Book survey of thousands of active performance marketing industry professionals and a panel of performance marketing industry experts.

The top 10 CPS affiliate networks are:

  1. Linkshare
  2. Commission Junction
  3. Amazon
  4. Avangate
  5. eBay Partner Network
  6. Clickbank
  7. Share-a-Sale Affiliate Network
  8. FlexOffers
  9. RevenueWire (AffiliateWire) (Based in Canada)
  10. AvantLink

The top 10 CPA affiliate networks are:Canadian Affiliate Networks

  1. MaxBounty (Based in Canada)
  2. PeerFly CLOSED
  3. NeverBlue
  4. ClickBooth
  5. Mundo Media (Based in Canada) CLOSED
  6. Adwork Media
  7. Adscend Media
  8. Above All Offers
  9. Matomy
  10. A4D (Ads4Dough)
  11. CPAWay

The top networks would vary somewhat amongst Canadian marketers and merchants due to special terms and conditions that may make some less Canadian-friendly than others. It’s important to read the terms and conditions of each network or you may lose some of your hard earned money. Our top choice of Canadian-friendly affiliate networks would be ShareASale for Cost per Sale, and MaxBounty for Cost per Action. For Canadian merchants launching an affiliate program for their products, our recommendation is ShareASale.

You can check out the 2014 winners for comparison.


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Source: mThink Revenue Performance Magazine

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Our Top Earning Affiliate Programs of 2014
2014 Affiliate Marketing Benchmarks + Top Networks
Top Two-Tier Affiliate Programs for Canadians


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7 Responses to "2015 Top CPS and CPA Affiliate Networks"

  1. moooon  July 26, 2018

    As for me, peerfly, mostCPA, maxbounty is more enough to reach my goals. but as they said, without good budget, vps hosting plan, good written landing page and testing ads, you ‘ll loose your time & effort.
    thank you for your awesome article and list.

  2. Peter  May 2, 2016

    The list you have provided is very accurate, I agree with all that you have mentioned. However, I would add one more to the list. Namely, CashInPills – I work with them for 2 years now so I can tell a few things about them. It is a CPS affiliate program. Check em out on their site and maybe write something about it.

  3. OliviaCambridge  February 4, 2015

    That helps alot!

  4. Suzanne - KawarthaMums etc  January 31, 2015

    As a publisher, I agree with your recommendation of Share A Sale as an excellent affiliate network I work with several of the affiliate marketing companies listed, but Share A Sale offers the most intuitive platform for publishers in my opinion.
    Companies using Share A Sale get more coverage on my blogs than businesses advertising with the other platforms, since I can grab links and banner ads quickly, and create deep links easily.
    In addition I can use the banner ads on all my blogs. There is nothing more frustrating than having to create separate banner ads for each of my blogs, so I rarely use other CPS networks.
    Some advertisers on Share A Sale, such as Craftsy also offer CPA opportunities. Companies offering CPA opportunities usually have strong marketing funnels and are confident in their conversion abilities.
    The CPA networks you listed are new to me, but I have had success publishing with two other CPA networks not mentioned.

  5. Ernie Y  January 21, 2015

    Great info! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Stephen  January 20, 2015

    An affiliate network is a marketplace which brings Merchants and Publishers together creating a powerful tool. The tool can monetize publishers and generate traffic for merchants. Keep it up.

  7. BevJacobs  January 19, 2015

    It’s tougher to be accepted in CPA networks but they’re worth it once you’re there. I publish Max Bounty a lot in my newsletters!


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