Monday, October 18th, 2010

T3Leads updated their look and platform.

T3Leads LogoAbout 2 years ago I gave a review of You can see it here: Check out this Financial PPL site!

So… T3Leads has asked me to give them another review… So here I am… Just so we’re clean, I did get paid for this review.

What’s changed?

For starters, the T3Leads website has a brand new look. Unfortunately, the website now looks like a low end gentlemen’s club… Black and Gold. But that’s okay because their member’s area is a nice crisp white. T3 is currently on the 3rd generation of their backend tracking platform. Dirty on the outside, clean on the inside. A little deceptive if you ask me… but that’s not the point of the network.

The real change has come from how T3Leads now supplies their payout to affiliate. Previously your leads were valued based on a bid method sort of like an “auction” for your data. Now T3 does a straight sale depending on the data that is given as well as the exact niche the lead is for.

Payouts range from $1.50 on the low end and go all the way up to $100 for a payday loan offer

Reporting for T3 hasn’t changed much. Just the look really. They’ve upgraded to better looking graphs and a cleaner navigation through the reports. You can also see a report for leads that errored on conversion. And of course there are the standard filters for on date ranges, product, channel type, etc. I happen to like the fact that I can see my stats for Today, Yesterday, last Week, previous Week, Last month, and Current Balance all in the header from any page in their system. This saves me time when I just want a quick look at how my conversions went.

Ahh I can also see when my next check is going to be sent from any page. This helps me with budgeting out my campaigns. And as always, T3leads pays out twice a month with a minimum payment of $100. Of course if you generate more than $1000 in a week, you can always receive faster payment terms.

What makes them different from the rest?

Easy answer really. Because T3 is not your average affiliate network, they provide you with two… umm… creative options. The first is called a “Public Website” this is their generic webpage that everyone has access to. This allows you to promote to something that already has branding. Your Affilite ID is carried through the URL and you will be credited accordingly for your lead.

The second method of promotion that they offer is called a “Private Website”. This is by far the coolest function of T3Leads because they are essentially allowing you to white label their form onto your website. That means that you have 100% control over the look and feel of the landing page. You can create a whole site based around funneling people into the form or you can do a one page lander to get people to sign up. The integration is super easy and their customization functions to get the form to blend in with your site is absolutely a life saver.

Just a little more information has gone a long way to set themselves up as a special niche specific network. By focusing on financial leads they can gather the best financial advertisers and hook them up with the best financial affiliate.

If your an affiliate in the financial services space then I highly suggest I’ve been using them for the last couple of years and I am definitely satisfied with what they have to offer.

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16 Responses

October 18, 2010

Who cares if they have a new interface when they are crooks who steal from their partners. If you want to get paid for your legitimate leads, stay FAR AWAY from T3Leads. I learned that lesson the hard ($$) way.

October 18, 2010

Oh man that sucks. I’ve never had a problem with them. When did this happen?

October 19, 2010

Thanks for the post, but your sentence about paid interview says it all, and there’s even no need to read further – the company I work in also orders such releases, but a good service doesn’t pay to be written about, Really. At least if they are in business long enough, which is the case. Though the attempt to fix reputation is always welcome, everyone makes mistakes. Probably new T3 is better than what some of my friends and WayneDog experienced in the past, at least I haven’t heard any major negative complaints about them for about a year.

October 19, 2010

This was roughly 4-5 months ago. I am now seeing them paying many bloggers to post about them, most of whom I am sure have no first hand experience dealing with them (not saying you haven’t man) so they can dominate the SERPS with positive paid reviews which is exactly what has been achieved. I really haven’t looked up how many other people have complained about them recently but I’ll dig more and see if our experience with them is an isolated incident somehow which still doesn’t look good because in that case they took advantage of my high volume and saw an opportunity to steal a big chunk on money one time and think they could move on.

October 19, 2010

Wow see that’s interesting to me. I’ve never had a problem with them. I have 2 affiliates that are active with them as well and have been for the last year or so.

Sorry that happened. I’ll look around and see if there are more people that have experienced this same issue and then update the post accordingly.

October 19, 2010

T3Leads is everywhere, lol.

Nice review Kris. :)

October 19, 2010

I never had a problem with them but it seems like many others have

October 20, 2010

Thanks for this post, will join that soon, hope i can earn some buck from that network.

October 22, 2010

I hadn’t heard about them, i will soon check them out.

I have personally not had much experience with T3 leads, but a good friend of mine had a very negative experience with them. Updating your interface is one thing, but generating trust is a whole different matter. It will be interesting to see how this plays out.

November 8, 2010

T3Leads is everywhere that is true and they are on the eyaes of every webmaster.

November 16, 2010

I did enjoyed the sentence about “I did get paid for this review”, honestly. You have tried to avoid some kind of responsibility for your words?

November 16, 2010

@Colin HAHA… No… I’m trying to comply with FTC guidelines by disclosing that I was paid for the post.

November 24, 2010

I hadn’t heard about them,but sure i will soon check them out.

January 19, 2011

I am very impress by reading your article and really want to appreciate your work. Keep going it God bless you

January 25, 2011

For a long time tried the given program, it was pleasant but is not has gone;) I wish all of greater good luck than mine:)