MADISON, S.D. - FreeHomeLoanFinder is now the highest converting home mortgage, home refinance, home equity and new home purchase offer available in the CommissionSoup affiliate network. It is also the most profitable product in those same categories with an average EPC of $158. FreeHomeLoanFinder is offered exclusively through www.CommissionSoup.com.
FreeHomeLoanFinder conversion rates improved significantly after numerous upgrades and extensive testing. When marketing this program, affiliates are paid what the lead is worth that day instead of a flat rate for all leads. Nearly all leads are used and therefore affiliates are paid more for their traffic.
FreeHomeLoanFinder, a product of CreditSoup, Inc., is a free, no obligation program designed to help consumers find a home loan that fits their needs. This one site is utilized to locate the right home loan and lender based on their situation.
"FreeHomeLoanFinder is one of many exceptional financial products offered through our network," said Darin Namken, President of CommissionSoup. "We have spent a great deal of time revamping the program to provide the highest returns to marketers. We encourage anyone promoting home mortgage, home refinance, home equity or new home purchase offers to look into promoting this exclusive offer through CommissionSoup."
CreditSoup, Inc. was established in 2000 and utilized CreditSoup.com to connect consumers with lenders to meet their credit-related needs. Their affiliate network, CommissionSoup.com, was launched in May 2001 to provide a larger consumer base for merchants’ programs to be more successful. CreditSoup, Inc. is a privately-owned company that has developed strong, quality business relationships with leading financial companies throughout the country.
Through their performance-based affiliate network, CommissionSoup connects online marketers with quality programs to maximize earnings on traffic and generate top sales. With corporate offices in Madison, SD, CommissionSoup works largely with financial products and is expanding their network to include a variety of other properties. Visit www.CommissionSoup.com to learn more.