MailGen Ranked Top Email Service Provider by Commission Junction


Email service provider and leading provider of web-based email marketing software Mailigen greets new success. Mailigen’s affiliate program now ranks 1st out of all other email service providers and in the top 100 out of 3,439 affiliate programs run by Commission Junction.

A growing leader in the email service provider (ESP) industry, Mailigen, announced today its affiliate program is ranked #1 among all email marketing service provider affiliate programs with Commission Junction, the global leader in affiliate program management.

Over the last three months, Mailigen has held an overall ranking from Commission Junction of first out of eleven total ESP affiliate programs. In all 3,439 affiliate programs run by Commission Junction, Mailigen ranks 74th. Commission Junction ranks affiliate programs based on their payouts and success rates. These are also key attributes of the Mailigen affiliate program.  Affiliate payouts from Mailigen are in excess of $142.50 earnings per click (EPC) for high volume affiliates or per 100 clicks on

“Affiliate marketing is an important way for Mailigen to extend our customer base and increase our brand recognition.  We reward our partners by supporting their efforts to generate sales, and value their contribution to our program,” said Janis Rose, CEO of Mailigen.

Affiliates can readily access updated banners and marketing assets provided by Mailigen. The company recently announced changes to their affiliate program so affiliates can get the most out of their relationship with Mailigen. The company recently added an exclusive $6 per lead offer to compliment the up to 40% commission based on performance for affiliates. Mailigen also invested in creating more tools and content for new affiliates to get started and access to experts for support.

Rose says, “Mailigen is a great solution for individuals and corporations looking for an easy to use Email marketing tool. We are very honored to be recognized by Commission Junction as powerful provider in this space.”

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