affiliate Programs- spam or not spam?
Is it normal practice for affiliate programs to contact you through your website or is this a form of spam? I just received this.... sorry if it's long
I’m Alisha Brandom from Testclear.com. I was reviewing your wonderful site http://mylifepoststroke.com and thought thatyou would be a perfect fit for our affiliate program. I invite you to join our affiliate program and start earning generous commissions today. Our online store specializes in the sale of drug testing equipment and related supplies. Testclear has been helping people pass drug test for 7 years providing proven drug testing solutions to help people pass urine drug tests, pass hair drug tests, and pass saliva drug tests.
Passing drug tests have never been so easy with our drug testing products. We believe that people should get jobs based on their education, knowledge, and skills instead of their bodily fluids. Passing a drug test doesn't have to be complicated or stressful. I am sure your website visitors will love it.
Our affiliate partners earn 12% per sale. We have set the cookie tracking period to count cookies for 45 days. That only means we continue to partner with you for a much longer time and keep sending you residual sales commissions. Is this not an exciting opportunity? I am equally excited to partner with great affiliate partners like you.
Please join our affiliate program here:
Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to welcoming you to our affiliate program.
Affiliate Program Manager
Should I be flattered and be happy they found my site? I am suspicious that its spam because their product doesn't really relate to my niche. I don't know how drug testing products would fit into my stroke survivor support group website. Since it arrived as an email to me, I can just trash it, but is there any way to stop them from coming or is it something I just have to accept and deal with?