This opens the door to affiliate earnings for those who are active on sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Digg, but aren’t interested in traditional forms of affiliate marketing, which can be expensive and time-consuming.
Dan Iacono, DynaSpy President, explains, “Until now, earning affiliate commission has been accessible only to those who have done the hard work in creating their own website, marketing and promotion, building traffic and so on.”
But with sites like Facebook and Twitter now exerting major influence, with their many millions of users who have built up major followings, everyone now has the power to share information with a massive audience. That means everything is already in place for you to start earning dollars right away with our program.
“And best of all, it’s all done with a single click. It’s that easy.”
When affiliates register for the affiliate program through DynaSpy’s one-click system, they are assigned a unique account identifier. Then, when the affiliate shares a product using the share link on each product’s description page, the identifier tells DynaSpy when one of the affiliate’s friends has bought the product.
A 15% commission is then credited to the affiliate’s account, which is paid out at the end of every month via PayPal.
Details and sign-up form for the affiliate program can be found at: http://www.dynaspy.com/
Iacono adds, “It’s not limited only to customers or to products that you’ve bought, if you would prefer to keep your purchase history private. If you think it’s cool and your friends and followers will be interested, simply hit the share button at the top of every product page.”
There are plenty of cool products to choose from, Iacono says, such as fully functional iPod docks that double as motion-activated hidden cameras, wireless bug detectors, and GPS trackers that fit in the palm of your hand.
And it’s not just for the amateur P.I. or James Bond wannabe. DynaSpy supplies a wide range of surveillance products—mostly hidden spy cameras—for individuals who suspect their partners are being unfaithful, businesses that need to keep tabs on employees, protecting your child while with a nanny or babysitter, law enforcement agencies; even the military.
“We also have a distinct quality advantage over a lot of other suppliers,” says Iacono, who has a background in computer science and entered the spy gadget industry with a passion for “building a better mousetrap”—specifically, better nanny cameras to protect children.
He says DynaSpy, Inc. is committed to helping its customers be aware of, and to know how to avoid, the many cheap imitations flooding the market—devices which, on the outside, look identical to the real thing but are hiding inferior components.
“We only sell items which we have tried and tested ourselves. Security surveillance is a serious business. When you leave your loved ones in the care of an employee, you want to be sure the device is working one hundred percent of the time. That’s why, for example, our keychain spy cameras use a genuine Samsung processor and a Sharp sensor.”
DynaSpy has already managed to make a major splash in the social media space—their Facebook page has clocked up over 3,700 Likes, while almost 2,500 follow their tweets.
Anyone can sign up to be a single-click social media affiliate at: http://www.dynaspy.com/
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Founded by computer science graduate, programmer and security expert Dan Iacono, DynaSpy is a leading U.S. supplier of spy cameras and spy gear for both amateurs and professionals. Their retail store is located on Long Island, New York. DynaSpy, Inc. specializes in spy cameras, home and business security, wearable cameras, GPS tracking, personal protection and more.