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Insurance Affiliate Program – How To Choose The Insurance Affiliate Program With The Highest Payouts

An is one of the most profitable fields in affiliate marketing and can certainly be used as a residual income generator for entrepreneurs across the marketplace. It is a fact that everyone needs insurance in one way or another. This translates into insurance and insurance quotes being some of the highest searched terms across the board for consumers shopping online. With that being said, it is important for any affiliate in insurance to choose the affiliate program for insurance that offers the highest payouts. In this article I will describe my experiences with insurance affiliate marketing and their programs and hopefully help you make a more educated decision on which insurance affiliate program to join.

It has been statistically proven that over ~70% of consumers actively searching for an insurance policy have done so online. For an insurance program affiliate, this translates into some serious potential for high traffic to your landing page. Since insurance is one of the most actively searched keywords on the internet this means more traffic to your landing pages. When I first got into affiliate marketing I was involved with a low paying insurance CPA offer. It took me quite sometime to narrow in on the program that offered the highest payouts and took the most amount of traffic. I am paid very high payouts every time a consumer fills out a free quote form on my website and the insurance affiliate program that pays me the most actually provided me the form to host on my site. Thus, this leads to more money in my pocket in insurance affiliate marketing.

Before choosing which to work with ask yourself these three questions:

1.) Does this program pay me everytime a consumer requests a free insurance quote?

2.) Does this program offer some of the highest payouts in the industry?

3.) Does this program work with the affiliate on a personal level to help them drive more converting traffic to their sites?

I have used over ten insurance affiliate programs in the past and the one found below offers some of the highest payouts and has superior service to their existing and new affiliates.

Play crammed 1 Million Google Apps.

CALIFORNIA – the official Android app store, Google Play, the latest re-print track record. Google announced that Google Play enlivened more than one million applications.

Reported by Softpedia, Friday (27/07/2013), it was revealed by Google’s Senior Vice President Sundar Pichai, a corporate event, Wednesday (24/7), local time. Pichai also revealed a number of other details about the Android app.

He claims the app store has reached 50 billion downloads and revenue developer time to grow 2.5 times more than last year. Other interesting information is that the level of activation of Android tablets expected to reach 70 million units by the end of this year. In comparison, according to Cnet, activation of Android tablets in the last year only 10 million.

At the same event, Google also announced two new products that have long awaited the Nexus 7 and the latest Android operating system, 4.3 Jelly Bean. The latest generation of Nexus 7 has better hardware than its predecessor, and also be the first device that uses the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.

Top 5 Tips For Writing a Horror Screenplay

When you first decide you want to write a screenplay the first thing you need to think of is what genre you are interested in and what do you think you could write. What I will be explaining in this article is specifically aimed at horror. Although the general rules of screenwriting are the same there are certain things that change depending on the genre. Here I’ll be giving you my top five tips for writing a horror screenplay.

1. Always Decide On Your Sub Genre First

Horror is an overall genre of film but now you need to decide on the sub genre and go deeper into the subject. Will it be a ghost story? An monster story? A thriller? Once you have decided on your sub genre then you will start to get more specific ideas.

2. Think Of A Theme Before You Start Writing

The theme of the screenplay is what you story is about. The theme should be able to sum up the story in one sentence. Such as “the line separating the living and the dead has been crossed”. This is the theme of White Noise.

3. Create Engaging Characters

Good characters are essential to a good screenplay. Make sure that your characters have some type of weakness that can be exploited in some way or another, that way your characters will become more full and alive.

4. Find The Right Setting

This is probably the most important part of writing a horror screenplay. Have a think about your theme and your characters and list a few places that you think would suit the story. Have a look through them and list the pros and cons about that setting. Do this until you decide what location or locations you want to use.

5. Devise An Interesting Plot

Once you have your characters, setting and theme you can then use them to think of an interesting plot. Most horror films have some kind of twist at the end. To think of a good twist then take a look at all of your characters and think to yourself “what would happen if the consequences changed?”

These tips are just a base for what you could do. Over time you will develop you own ways of writing and thinking of characterisation and plots. Writing a horror screenplay can take a lot of time, just be patient and keep trying to think of new ideas along the way.

Animal House Review

Arriving on the scene in 1978, Animal House is the blockbuster frat house comedy that rewrote all the rules and created a generation of filmmakers hoping to replicate its comic genius. Original Saturday Night Live cast member John Belushi turned in a breakout film performance that made him a comedy rock star, propelling him to further fame with the release of Blues Brothers (1980). Tim Matheson also has his breakout role in the cult classic which features appearances by actors Mark Metcalf (“the Maestro” from Seinfeld), Donald Sutherland, and Kevin Bacon.

The film is set at fictional Faber College in the 1960s. Two incoming freshmen roommates, Larry Kroger (Tom Hulce) and Kent Dorfman (Stephen Furst), visit the various fraternities on campus in an effort to find a good group with which to socialize. But the two get more than they bargain for when the meet the guys of Delta House – a ragtag bunch of beer-swilling, womanizing, party animals. The group is the complete opposite of another campus fraternity, Omega House, headed by the snide, condescending preppies Greg Marmalard (James Daughton), Doug Neidermeyer (Mark Metcalf), and Chip Diller (Kevin Bacon). Favorites of Dean Wormer, the Omega House continually taunts Delta House and conspires with Dean Wormer to have the members of Delta expelled and their fraternity banned.

Leading the charge for Delta House is John “Bluto” Blutarsky (John Belushi), ladies man Eric “Otter” Stratton (Tim Matheson), and Donald “Boon” Schoenstein (Peter Riegert). Pledging Delta House, Larry and Kent are given the nicknames, Pinto and Flounder. Brought into the fold, they witness the true diversity of characters they are now brothers with. Otter seduces Dean Wormer’s wife, and Bluto spits egg on Greg Marmalard while Boon and his girlfriend work through their problems.

Things go well for the men of Delta House until Dean Wormer calls them into his office and places them on “Double Secret Probation”. With Omega and Wormer aligned against them, Delta House is kicked off campus and its members expelled. But the great men of Delta refuse to go down without a fight. With the Homecoming parade set to begin, they unleash a fury of revenge on Wormer and company.

At the conclusion of the film, we learn of the whereabouts of all the various characters. The timeless humor of this film makes it no wonder that it has ascended to cult classic status. An original and witty comedy wielding a trailblazing influence on teen/college comedies, Animal House has earned its place in the hallowed halls of American cinematic classics.