Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Tele-Jobs: Commission Junction

Okay, first of all.  What the heck is Commission Junction?

From Wikipedia,  Commission Junction is a worldwide online advertising company owned by ValueClick, operating in the affiliate marketing industry..

Okay, so what's affiliate marketing?

Again, from Wikipedia: Affiliate Marketing enables merchants (business owners with products) to offer publishers (website owners, bloggers, etc) a share of any revenue that is generated by the merchant from visitors to the publisher's site, or a fee for each visitor on the publisher's site that completes a specific action (making a purchase, registering for a newsletter, etc.).

So basically, Commission Junction is a place that someone goes to that has a PRODUCT they want to promote to a larger audience.  They list their product and offer a COMMISSION for each lead or sale of their product to anyone (a publisher - i.e. website, blog, etc.) that PROMOTES the product to their AUDIENCE.  Commission Junction keeps track of  who gets buyers to what product and makes sure publishers (owners of websites, blogs, etc.) get their commissions for said promotion of product.   See? Simple.

This is big business, you guys.  And because Commission Junction deals in digital commerce and commission, they have the flexibility to allow some of their positions to be REMOTE or TELECOMMUTING positions.  Cool for you, right?

Okay, to access Commission Junction's open positions go to:

  2. Click on Search Jobs
  3. In the Location Section look for (drop down): US-All States, Remote
  4. Click Search

You should now have a list of all jobs in the United States that allow you to work remotely.

Happy Hunting!

If you want to view all the companies that I have found that offer telecommuting jobs, you should visit my post: Telecommuting Companies Round-Up.


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