uShip Affiliate Program Earn up to $50USD! Earn up to $50USD commission with unlimited referrals! uShip is the worlds largest transportation marketplace, shipping large items including cars, motorbikes, heavy equipment, boats, couches, chairs, appliances, antiques, household goods and well, anything larger than a parcel. We operate in 19 countries and we are always expanding. We are committed to working with our publishers to really make a difference in the transportation industry. If you need new text links, banners, GIF’s or anything we will make them for you. Feel free to contact me personally at jaldridge@uShip.com if you have any questions. Sign up today to be a uShip Affiliate! uShip Affiliate Program Features:Upto $50 commission rate Unlimited referrals Category-specific banners Bounses paid for success shipment for the verticals of vehicles, boats and heavy equipment Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Policy: We encourage affiliates to use our keywords in their search engine optimization. However, affiliates may not use our trademark name, our domain name or misspellings or variations of these. Please see our Program Term for our detailed SEM policy. Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Policy: Terms apply to Search Networks offered by Google, Yahoo, Bing, and any Search Partner Networks Powered by these Engines Brand and Brand+ Terms – Publishers may not bid on any keyword consisting entirely of or including uShip’s branded terms. These terms include uship, uship.com, and common misspellings such as u ship, youship, you ship, etc. A full list is attached. Publishers must add these terms as negative keywords to all campaigns in any applicable account. Prohibited Terms – A list of prohibited SEM bidding keywords is attached. This list is subject to change at any time. If found to be broad matching to prohibited terms, the term in question must be added as a phrase-match negative keyword. Important – A restricted term is considered to include common misspellings, plurals, spaces added/removed, and inclusion/omission of stop or filler words. A good rule of thumb: If Google will near match a query to a prohibited term, then any of those near match queries are to be considered prohibited terms and are subject to the same rules. Repeated violation(s) of these terms is subject to punitive action up to and including removal of Publishers from uShip’s affiliate program.