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(PMI-TV) Ian Fernando is a Snitch

(PMI-TV) Ian Fernando is a Snitch

Not everyone likes Ian Fernando these days, because he’s helping keep some of CPA networks a bit more honest. Affiliates are tired of offers going down and not getting credited by some less than ethical networks.

Ian Fernando, an active super affiliate, experienced his share of frustration throughout his affiliate marketing days, and is known for documenting the joys and pitfalls of the industry, using his blog and various other media to reach out to fellow affiliates. After numerous incidences involving redirected, capped and expired affiliate links without prior notification, and finding no imminent solution, Ian decided to create a tool that would allow him to monitor such changes to the campaigns he was promoting. Shortly thereafter, OfferSnitch was launched to the masses.

Murray Newlands interviews Ian and finds out what exactly OfferSnitch does and why some networks are embracing it, and others are running scared.

This Episode of PMI-TV is Sponsored by PointClickTrack

About Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands is a reporter with PMI-TV. Before that he was an affiliate marketer in England, trying his hand at making money online. Now he interviews people who make money online for a living!

10 comments

  1. I really like Ian and I think he’s a classy guy! Can’t wait to try out offersnitch, great idea Ian!

  2. Good concept. Would love to see an affiliate program for offer snitch.

  3. This is definitely something all affiliates should invest in.. I started using it less than 48 hours ago and I’m already surprised.

  4. great Idea 😉

    OfferMonitor since 2008 ….

    http://OfferMonitor.com

  5. Nice job Ian and tx Murray for the report. The headline caught my eye :)

  6. Careful snitch… I heard that some networks will give you the ole’ cement your feet and throw you in the deep end of the river treatment.

  7. Thank you Peter

  8. Great interview guys!

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