HasOffers Free 30 Day Trial

HasOffers Free 30 Day Trial

HasOffers is offering your existing or new network a 30 day free trial using there top of the line network software. I have been using has offers to run my network for while now & love it. Unlike Direct Track where you only have a demo account to log-in to HasOffers is giving you 30 days to test offers & get a feel for using there software. They continuously update & stay on top of the game perventing fraud accounts using Fraud Score detecting fraud affilaite & advertiser accounts. I really like HasOffers dedication & team support they put into their software.

Little Background about the company HasOffers, is a product of Adapp, Inc., located in Seattle, Washington. Adapp creates online advertising applications for all levels of online marketing, focusing on performance based solutions. Adapp has assembled an excellent team of programmers, engineers, managers, and support associates to provide the very best technology and support for all of our products.

Learn more about Adapp, Inc. by visiting www.adappsolutions.com.

HasOffers mission is to track and facilitate online marketing relationships, empowering advertisers, networks, and marketers to maximize their reach to relevant consumers around the world.

So pretty much anyone can run an Affiliate Network so what are you waiting for start your free trial with HasOffers Today

Comments (5)

  • nickthrolson

    HasOffers CEO Lucas Brown Talking About Offer Exchange & Free Trial[youtube hma3tKx4cnQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hma3tKx4cnQ youtube]

    July 15, 2010 at 6:52 pm
  • Bryan

    Glad I got in when they first started and gave you a killer setup for free 🙂 Anyways, HasOffers is a good system for small scale stuff and they are getting better and better.

    July 16, 2010 at 11:53 am
  • nickthrolson

    Bryan,

    I cant agree with you more. We were one of the lucky first that got the free network from HasOffers.

    July 17, 2010 at 6:52 am
  • Cloud Hosting

    HasOffers is a good system for small scale stuff and they are getting better and better.

    August 12, 2010 at 4:09 am

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