Webmasters: Make Money With Our Adult ReviewsGeneral Questions:
- Who is behind RabbitsReviews?
- I already have sites in my webmaster program featured on RabbitsReviews. How do I get my new site reviewed and listed?
- I want to get my sites reviewed by RabbitsReviews for the first time. How do I get my site reviewed and listed?
- When can I expect to see my review posted?
- Do I have to wait 45 to 60 days for my review to go live?
- How can I check the status of my review?
- I want to notify you of updates and changes to a site that is already reviewed.
- I have a business/partnership opportunity. Whose attention should I bring it to?
- Where can I find quality content, hosting, programmers and other resources to build my own website?
- Where can I report a broken link or an inaccuracy?
- How can I trade links with RabbitsReviews?
RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program:
- How much will RabbitsReviews pay me?
- How do you track your stats?
- How do you determine the affiliate code replacement in your links?
- How do you track my visitors?
- Do I have an option of not promoting certain sites/sponsors?
- How do you make money?
- What kind of conversions can I expect?
- How often do you update your site?
- Can I send traffic anyway I want?
RabbitsReviews was launched in 2003 by The Rabbit, a college student, who had been a member of numerous adult websites. His passion for adult entertainment and his experiences buying memberships to sites that promised more than they delivered proved there was a need for unbiased reporting.
RabbitsReviews has worked tirelessly to position itself as the most honest and reliable porn review site. With a team of 30 employees and several part-time consultants, RabbitsReviews works around the clock to ensure that surfers can find the best porn the web has to offer. It's no wonder that over eight million surfers (over 260,000 each day) follow the White Rabbit every month.Back to general questions
The first step to getting your newest sites reviewed is to sign into your sponsor admin account. Please use the login and password we provided you. Click on the "Request a New Review" link for all new sites.Back to general questions
The first step to getting reviewed is to fill out this simple form. Once it is complete, you should expect to receive your first welcome e-mail from the team within a few hours. It details our policies and will show you how to proceed, so we can start sending quality traffic and sign-ups.Back to general questions
Due to the high volume of requests that we process daily, your review will take an average of 45 to 60 days to go live. We ask that you not contact us if you have received your welcome letter and less than 60 days have elapsed from that point. However, if for some reason you do not receive a welcome letter or you do not see your review appear after the 60 days has elapsed, please inquire here.Back to general questions
Rush reviews are possible for programs that can provide multiple reciprocal links. Rush reviews are published within a week of submission. Please contact our marketing department through this contact form for details.Back to general questions
New affiliate programs accepted at RabbitsReviews will be sent an email containing logins to our sponsor admin system within a few days of submitting their sites. Once you login, you can see the current status of your review(s) and/or request updates for sites that have already been reviewed.Back to general questions
Please login to the sponsor admin system and request a review update. Click on the "request" link on the far right of the list of sites we've already reviewed to give us a new login. You can detail all of changes that are not currently reflected in our review at the same time. Typically, unless it is regarding a modification in pricing, we update reviews no earlier than six months from the previous posting/update.Back to general questions
Please submit any and all inquiries and proposals via this form. (both)Back to general questions Back to general questions
Please contact us by clicking here. Be sure to describe the issue in detail and leave appropriate contact information, so we can get back to you.Back to general questions
Trading links with RabbitsReviews is simple. Just add a link somewhere and fill out this short form to get the ball rolling. We will contact you within five business days should we have something to offer in return.Back to general questions
RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program:
First off, we need to be clear: we do not pay you. You are paid by the companies/sites that you select to promote with the RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program (actually, there are about 20 mandatory companies, but the rest are up to you!) When you register for our program, you supply your affiliate codes for the various companies you'd like to appear. They will pay you for all the signups that you send through RabbitsReviews. Our job is convincing your traffic that they're making a wise choice!Back to RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program questions
Each link has a counter assigned to it. We do NOT track incoming hits. Only clicks on site/gallery links are tracked and counted. Stats are available through our affiliate program members' area. You will be able to track the exact number of unique and raw OUT hits you have sent to each site.Back to RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program questions
The counter that tracks stats also allows us to apply the 9/10 rule (nine times out of 10 the link will have your code, one time out of 10 it will have our code). Test it yourself and you can see it in action. On the first and second clicks, the affiliate code will be yours. On the third click, it will be ours. The following seven clicks will contain your code, then the fun starts all over again!Back to RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program questions
When you send your surfers to RabbitsReviews, the linking code contains your account ID (ex. http://www.rabbitsreviews.com/Default.aspx?mid=17). When a surfer comes to the site using this link, the ID is stored as a cookie. Thereafter, nine out of 10 times all the site/gallery links will contain your affiliate codes. When a surfer clicks on a link to bookmark RabbitsReviews, the bookmark will also contain your account ID.Back to RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program questions
YES! We realize that a large number of sponsors is tedious to manage and subscribe to. We have a list of about 20 sponsors that you must register for, but all the others are optional. The obligatory sponsors were chosen to ensure a respectable number of reviewed sites/categories appear for your traffic. However, we strongly encourage you to promote ALL sponsors in order to enhance the experience and options for your surfer.Back to RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program questions
When you send your surfers to RabbitsReviews, 90% of the links leading to paysites and their hosted galleries will contain your affiliate codes. The remaining 10% cover our costs of hosting, reviewing and marketing. We mostly make money through promoting RabbitsReviews on our own. A portion of our income comes from referrals, i.e. when you sign up to a sponsor using our link codes.Back to RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program questions
It all depends on the type of traffic you send. Using our own marketing, we average 1:75 overall. Of course, if you send surfers through blind links/exit consoles, you will not achieve this rate very easily.Back to RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program questions
We have seven people writing reviews on a weekly basis. The finished and edited versions are added each day. All our webmasters get a warning one week before their affiliate codes need to be in place for the new sites.Back to RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program questions
We do not tolerate spam in any form. By signing up to our program you agree to follow our terms of serviceBack to RabbitsReviews Affiliate Program questions