New Go Media Affiliate Program

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We have officially joined the PepperJam Network to help us better manage our Affiliate program. I’m sure most of you know about The Arsenal and only some of you know that you can actually be making money by promoting our products. Yeah, we never really did tell many people about our affiliate program before. That was because we didn’t really have much time to manage it. But now, things are different.

Meet Tim Seigfried, he’s Go Media’s dedicated Affiliate Manager. I’ve given him the keys to run our affiliate program and make sure you guys are put in a position to make some money. The better you do, the better we do. More on Tim in a minute.

So what is this new Affiliate Program anyway? Well, basically, you use banners and links to promote the Go Media’s Arsenal products and you get 20% for every sale you generate.

How to Sign Up

Click here to sign up for the PepperJam Network, and once you’re account is approved to the Network, log into your account and click on the “Find Partners” tab. Once you find Go Media, click on the “Join” button on the right hand side. Then Tim will review your application to join the Go Media affiliate program and let you in if you meet our criteria. Not every affiliate gets approved, but it’s not hard to get approved either. As long as you’re into design and are motivated, you’re Go Media Affiliate material.

If you have any questions, contact our manager, Tim Seigfried. His email is and his AIM is TimPJN. One of the great things about Tim is that he’s pretty much always online and you can ask him anything about the affiliate program and he can help you right away. If he’s not online send him an email. Also, here’s a tip. To get a speedy approval process, send him a message and tell him who you are and that you want to join the Go Media affiliate program. He will get in and expedite the process for you.


About the Author, Jeff Finley

I'm a partner at Go Media, a Cleveland web design, branding, and design studio. I started Weapons of Mass Creation Fest and wrote the book Thread's Not Dead, teaching artists and designers how to start a clothing company. I'm also writing a new book called Wake Up: The Morning Routine That Will Change Your Life

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