1.VigLink

VigLink works a bit different compared to other affiliate marketing programs because it designed specifically for bloggers. It works as a middleman between the blogger or publisher, and merchants by scanning the content of the publisher, and automatically creating links them which are selected in real time, depending on their conversion/payout rates.

2.Rakuten LinkShare

Did you just sign up for a YouTube affiliate marketing program in Malaysia? You may also want to consider signing up for Rakuten LinkShare. This platform is regarded as one of the oldest and most reputable affiliate partner networks around. Rakuten allows deep linking to merchant landing pages, allowing increased customization of the kinds of affiliate campaigns you can manage.

3.Shareasale

ShareASale has over 4,000 listed merchants. They publish a big amount data on every offer they are running, from reversal rates and average commission toe earnings per click and average sale amount. These figures won’t be able to provide the payout you can expect, but they can help marketers in evaluating every campaign.

4.MaxBounty

MaxBounty is the newcomer in this list. It operates on the business niche, and takes pride in having over 1,500 active campaigns. If you want to promote digital products, this platform is the one for you. It has pay-per-call, CPL and CPA campaigns, and is involved in a big number of verticals. As for the commission, it depends on the kind of campaign.

5.CJ Affiliate

CJ affiliate is considered as one of the largest affiliate marketing platforms in the online world. Nearly every retailer has an affiliate program on this platform, making it a one-stop shop in the affiliate marketing business. CJ Affiliate has more than 3 thousand advertising partners, with tons of affiliate link options and creative sizes.