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American Diabetes Wholesale Launches Affiliate Program
Date:5/15/2008

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- American Diabetes Wholesale (ADW), a discount provider of diabetic supplies, is proud to launch its new affiliate program on the Performics network. ADW hopes to expand its online reach and strengthen its brand with this new endeavor. ADW will pay its affiliate partners a percentage of every sale they refer. Commissions will vary based upon amount of sales. "We see our affiliate program as a great way to cultivate an online sales team while strengthening our brand. We looked at this as something we must do if we want to continue to grow online," said Chris Maguire, Vice President of American Diabetes Wholesale

American Diabetes Wholesale has teamed up with MoreVisibility, a three-time INC 500/5000 nominee and leader in Search Engine Optimization, Web Design & Interactive Marketing to help launch and manage the Affiliate Program. "ADW has a large selection of diabetes testing supplies and other diabetes-related products at unbelievably low prices. MoreVisibility is excited to expand our existing relationship with ADW. We know the audience for these products is out there and look forward to uncovering the potential this program has, to compliment the existing search engine marketing efforts underway," said David Green, Affiliate Program Manager at MoreVisibility.

By joining the ADW Affiliate Program, affiliates have the potential to earn unlimited commissions. Affiliates will have the support needed to run successful campaigns, including creative, marketing copy, bonus programs, product feeds and more.

About American Diabetes Wholesale

American Diabetes Wholesale is a fast growing reseller of top brand diabetic supplies. ADW's mission is to make diabetes management more affordable to consumers who are uninsured, underinsured or have to pay out of pocket. The company offers savings of up to 60% off retail prices on thousands of brand name diabetic products. The company is based in South Flo
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