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affiliate program

An arrangement whereby a website is paid for advertising a product if the user clicks the link. Affiliate programs are responsible for driving a huge amount of traffic to a target site. For example, many well-known Web retailers offer affiliate programs to thousands of website owners who agree to display the retailer's ads. See keyword advertising.
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