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Business Weekly Affiliate Digest: What’s Hot in Affiliate Marketing [eToro Affiliates]

What a week. Between the Italian gas station dude and that Roaring Kitty meme stock/coin comeback, things have been pumping hard. So how about we pump up your affiliate profits, starting with a killer program (eToro affiliates) to help you capture some degen capital momentum? And while you’re at it, be sure to check out the news for a “how to survive the incoming Google SGE SEO apocalypse” guide.


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This week, things have been pumping hard.

And I’m not just talking about our affiliate profits. (They’re always pumping, so that’s not news…)

Nor am I just talking about that crazy Italian guy… although that was 100% newsworthy.

(PS: If you don’t know what I’m talking about, I’ll hook you up with a link to the original… but first, a warning: that which has been seen cannot be unseen… okay, here’s the link.)

As most of you probably know by now, the real pump this week came when Roaring Kitty ripped back into action, dropping memes and pumping stonks.

(PS: If you want a good story covering it, check out this story on the whole GameStop comeback.)

And it’s not just GME/AMC that shot through the roof. Crypto did, too.

Specifically, meme coins.

So when meme stocks are back and crypto’s hot, whaddaya do???

That’s right, you promote a killer, do-it-all trading platform. Here’s how. Affiliate Partner Program of the Week — eToro Affiliates

While the week’s Roaring Kitty mania might have cooled off a little for now, there’s one thing that’s only just warming up.

All the noobie wannabe traders who are thinking “If only I had a trading account, I would’ve made a killing.”

Your job as an affiliate is to sell them a good trading account.

And the best way to do that is with eToro Affiliates.

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eToro Affiliates — Sell the #1 All-in-One Trading Platform

When meme stocks are lighting up at the same time as crypto, the last thing you want to do is juggle different exchanges for each asset class.

That’s where the eToro affiliates platform comes in: you can do both.

Now, of course, if you wanna promote some of the more esoteric shitcoins, you’re probably gonna want a slightly more crypto-oriented program than eToro affiliates.

But for all the big ones like Doge, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and a bunch of other smaller meme coins like Shiba, eToro affiliates has you covered.

What’s more, eToro affiliates is one of the few truly “big name” trading platforms out there right now that’s actually trusted. And after all the stuff that happened last time ‘round like the whole FTX thing, you shouldn’t underestimate how important that could be to conversions.

People love sticking their money in places they can trust. And with eToro affiliates, you’ll be promoting exactly that.

And let’s not forget all the other sweet bells and whistles you can use to sweeten the deal when you’re promoting with eToro affiliates.

For example, ever heard of copy trading?

Yeah, eToro was a pioneer here. They’ve even got a trademark to prove it.

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eToro Affiliates — Get Top Affiliate Commossions

The last time we looked at eToro affiliates was way back in the day when Musk first took over Twitter. At the time, eToro affiliates commissions for new affiliates were public knowledge: a $100-$250 CPA deal, with payout depending on region.

Today, eToro affiliates don’t make their rates publicly available. Instead, they’ve replaced the details with this message:

“Thinking about joining eToro Partners? Our team will offer you the most suitable deal and help you to maximise your marketing efforts from day one to make sure you get the most out of your traffic.” What they haven’t taken down, however, is their country tier list.

Now, I’m not going to copy the whole eToro affiliates country classification list here. But, since I know you’re all eyeing off the top tier, here’s where you’re gonna have to promote to get it:

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Bahrain*
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Kuwait
  • Liechtenstein
  • Luxembourg
  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Oman
  • Qatar
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Arab
  • Emirates
  • United Kingdom

Now, if you look closely, you’ll see this is way better than a lot of other Tier 1 lists for other affiliate programs. Even places like France and Spain often get relegated to tier 2 in other places.

But not with eToro affiliates.

And, while we can’t guarantee the exact rate you’re going to get, if the historical eToro affiliates’ CPA rates are anything to go by, you can expect that Tier 1 is gonna pay you good.

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eToro Affiliates – Next Steps

If all you wanna do right now is jump into some hot crypto/stonk action before the market fires up again (and you can bet it will), then all you gotta do is going eToro as a regular trader. You can do that here.

But we all know the real reason you’re here is for the affiliate action, so here’s how you can sign up with eToro affiliates now.

Or, if you’re the type who likes to overthink things, then why not head over to and take a look at our full eToro Partners Review?

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Affiliate News Takeaways

Hey, Look at What’s Trending Post Google I/O

So this week’s big news was Google I/O.

For those who missed it, the entire thing can be summed up in a sentence: Google’s trying to recreate Clippy.

Basically, we’re about to get a bunch of agents to help us make spreadsheets and write emails.

Aside from that, the only real announcement was that Search Generative Experience (SGE) is getting rolled out to basically the entire planet this year. Starting with the US as of right now.

Of course, this should theoretically mean SEO’s about to die its final death. And we’ll get to that in a minute.

But first, for those of you who’ve somehow missed the whole SGE thing and have no idea what it’s about, think of it like New Bing, without the familiar chat interface. Here’s a quick video preview.

So now we all know what it is, you’re all wondering if this is about to kill your SEO game.

And the answer to that is… well, maybe. But maybe not. Only time will really tell.

For the time being at least, aside from the die-hard, everything-AI-is-fire fanboys, the initial real-world user response hasn’t been all that great.

But that wasn’t such a surprise.

Or, at least, it wasn’t if you remember how well New Bing worked out for Microsoft.

People gave it a red hot go.

They tried to like it. They really did (when they weren’t harassing “Sydney”).

And, based on the initial hype, it really should have moved the needle for Bing.

But then this happened.

Source: StatCounter Global Stats – Search Engine Market Share

See that? That’s called “basically nothing”.

But hey, that was Bing. So that doesn’t mean Google won’t have more success.

First, Bing isn’t really the default search engine for most people, so maybe there was a bit of a case of “old habits die hard.”

Second, Google built AI right into its regular search experience, which kinda forces it onto people, whether they like it or not.

And third, you can bet Google will employ dark patterns so dark that they’re blacker than the blackest black times infinity to stop people from turning it off. And that kinda forces it onto people even more.

And when I say Google’s using the blackest dark patterns ever, I mean it. Basically, you can’t turn off SGE, unless you use the new “web” filter, conveniently hidden away in the “more” menu…or unless you install one of the dozens of browser extensions that have suddenly cropped up to do it for you. Here’s one if you’re interested.

So yeah, Google’s AI summaries are gonna have a bit more impact than New Bing ever did.

But just because they’ll be unavoidable, doesn’t mean they’re gonna tank all search traffic.

Far from it.

Now, to be clear, I’m not saying it’s going to have zero impact.

Of course it’s gonna have an impact.

For starters, as we wrote over a year ago in our Resume Robin Affiliates review edition, if your current SEO strategy revolves around writing “helpful” 2500-word articles about “how to plug an iPhone cable into an Android phone”, then yeah, SGE is probably gonna kill your traffic.

After all, let’s face it, if a search is about getting quick tips for doing low-stakes everyday things, then yeah, AI search is gonna be a killer.

But here’s where SGE will probably lose people.

As soon as you raise the stakes a little and want to search for something that might have “consequences”, there’s a pretty good chance people are still gonna click links like it’s 1999.

Sure, maybe they’ll give SGE a shot at first.

But until someone manages to fix AI’s tendency to either hallucinate or skip over important information with all the predictability of a random number generator, most will end up doing things the steam-powered way.

As for why that’s going to happen, see Google’s own SGE preview.

In it, they show off a douchy hipster guy shooting photos on a film camera.

His film advance lever is stuck, and Google’s SGE spits out the advice to “open the back door and gently remove the film if the camera is jammed”.

When that guy later asks “Why did all my photos disappear/turn totally white”, then he’s probably gonna join the camp that believes AI needs a “human in the loop” before taking its advice at face value.

And that’s when the user experience kinda starts to break down.

You see, while the whole “humans in the loop” argument is kinda cute, it’s only more efficient when it’s a human monkey rubber-stamping stuff in an office without thinking twice about it.

For everyday regular people doing regular people things they personally care about, “humans in the loop” just means things become less efficient.

First, you get your AI answer.

Then you go back to square one and do more research to verify the AI didn’t hallucinate or leave something important out (like taking your jammed film out in a dark place).

Now, don’t get me wrong. I’m not about to say AI is useless.

For low-stakes stuff, it’s great. I’ll be the first to admit I’ve used AI to spin up inhuman quantities of low-value content among other low-stakes things.

But churning out generic logos and spinning up a deluge of low-value content isn’t what most people do in their everyday lives.

In fact, to speak from personal experience, the last time I used AI while wearing my “ordinary user hat” was last week. I wanted to OCR a document. I couldn’t be bothered searching for a site to do it. So I just used ChatGPT.

It worked.

It was convenient.

But since then, I simply don’t trust the random hallucination thing enough to use it for anything I put any value in.

If I’m going to have to search stuff the old way to verify it anyway, then I might as well just search it to begin with.

And I don’t suspect most users will do the same.


The big takeaway here is this.

  • Google SGE will probably kill a bunch of search traffic for low-stakes, low-value stuff.
  • But if a user puts any value in the information they’re searching for, chances are, they’re going to at least verify what the AI says.
  • That means they’re gonna click on good old-fashioned links.

In other words, if you’re SEO strategy involves delivering information people put value in, then you’re probably not gonna get killed by the Google bots just yet.

And you know what sort of information most people put the most value in?

That’s right, money stuff.

That means if SEO’s your thing, then it’s still a great time to join eToro affiliates and run some campaigns.

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Markets Are Probably Gonna Keep Pumping

If there’s one thing to take away from the whole GameStop/AMC thing this week, it’s this: there’s still a bunch of degen capital… eh, I mean, retail investors looking for their next big bet.

And if there’s one thing you should have taken away from the 2017-18 crypto boom, it’s that nothing gets them more excited than shiny digital coins.

Dito for the pandemic crypto boom.

So now we’ve got the facts straight, let’s take a look at what’s brewing in the crypto world.

First, this just dropped.

That’s the number of institutional investors who’ve dropped money into Bitcoin ETFs in Q1. That’s almost 10x the number who went long on Gold ETFs.

Some of the big movers and shakers here include Susquehanna ($1.1B), Horizon Kinetics ($989M), and even the freakin State of Wisconsin Investment Board ($150M).

And it’s not just the institutions going all in either.

And let’s not forget the effect the whole Roaring Kitty comeback had on crypto.

Yes, the biggest movers were, predictably, meme coins like PEPE.

But basically, the entire crypto market is flashing green for go.

And we all know what happens when crypto takes off again?


FOMO goes up, and a bunch of new traders flock to whatever exchange will take their money first.


Don’t take this as investment advice, but it looks like crypto might be gearing up to do its thing again.

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, all the big names have been on the up this year. And the momentum behind that looks like it’s growing.

Now, I did say don’t take this as investment advice. So here’s what I want you to do instead.

Go sign up with eToro affiliates.

Figure out a way to target all the new traders who are about to flock to crypto.

And go make a healthy profit.

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Closing Thought

Writing about Google’s SGE got me thinking, “It’s a long time since I’ve spoken to Sydney/New Bing.” (Which is now “Copilot”)

Time to reconnect with an old friend.


At first glance, it’s not quite the sort of inspiration I was hoping to find for you.

It kinda reminds me of the time when Affiverse turned woke and told us all to stop saying “clicks” and “conversions” because it was dehumanizing.

But hey, I’m always up for giving anything a shot, so let’s see if I can turn this into something useful.

Let’s start with the bit about affiliate marketing not being all about clicks and conversions.

Alright. That’s true.

All the clicks and conversions in the world are for nothing if you’re not getting good commissions.

Hey, that kinda leads me into the next bit — the bit about building relationships. It’s probably best if you build relationships with affiliate programs that help you drive clicks, convert hard, and pay you good commissions.

Alright, alright.

I think I we’re getting somewhere.

What you really want to do is not get blinded by clicks and conversions. That way, you can start building relationships with affiliate programs that will look after you well.

Can we all agree on that?


Time to go and sign up with eToro affiliates. They’ll treat you well.

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Since a young age, Dylan has had three great loves: sports, money, and the internet. Naturally, it was only a matter of time until he found ways to bring the three together, and by the age of 17, he'd already created his first four-figure online sports portal. These days that passion burns just as bright, and he continues to enjoy writing about sports and the internet marketing opportunities that go hand in hand with them.