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On September 22, 1996, ClickCash opened its doors to all webmasters and work-from-home entrepreneurs. ClickCash provided the hosting, technology, and revenue for affiliates looking to turn their ideas into successful enterprises.

Twenty-two years later, affiliate marketing has changed. ClickCash has changed, too. Thanks to your input, ClickCash evolved to provide affiliates an arsenal of marketing tools: website plugins, full-page landers, URL shorteners, data feeds, and more.

Thank you for using and for making us part of your live webcam marketing.

Your ClickCash Affiliate Marketing Team

You can now get paid electronically with Paxum.

Easily withdraw from your Paxum account by Wire Transfer and Credit/Debit Card.

Set up Paxum in a few easy steps:

  1. Sign up at
  2. Check your email for a Paxum activation link
  3. Enter your Paxum email in My Dashboard > Account Settings
  4. Get paid and start spending!

Paxum no longer provides service to USA Personal Account Holders. USA Business Account Holders are not affected by this change.

During this season, we take the time to reflect upon the good things we have... like our valued affiliates! We appreciate working with you and hope that the holidays and coming year bring you happiness and success.

We are looking forward to moving into the New Year together!

Your Affiliate Team at ClickCash

Reminder: Columbus Day is Monday, October 9th

FedEx and FirstChoice payments will go out as normal.

Banks and the US Postal Service are closed in observance of the holiday. As a result, Direct Deposit and mailed checks will be delayed by one day.

We want to ensure that users click on your marketing and join iFriends through your affiliate links. To do this, you'll want to provide the best user experience possible with your content and your ads.

Have you ever had a bad experience with annoying or intrusive ads that caused you to leave the site you were surfing? Chances are good that you have. A poor ad experience not only frustrates users but can hurt your website traffic.

Major advertisers and businesses involved in the Internet, including Facebook and Google, IAB and IAB Europe, have formed the Coalition for Better Ads to educate webmasters on the types of ads that provide the poorest user experience and should be avoided.

Here are some of the ad formats you should consider excluding from your website:

  • Pop-Up Ads
  • Flashing Animated Ads
  • Auto-playing Video Ads with Sound
  • Ads with density higher than 30% on mobile
  • Large sticky ads
We invite you to review your ClickCash marketing and the Ads Standards to ensure that your campaigns provide the best user experience, and help you convert surfers into happy customers.

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