Motive Interactive Releases Advent 2.0


Motive Interactive is releasing their new version of their advertising platform called Advent 2.0.  The system was developed to increase advertisers ROI and to maximize publishers profits.

I have never worked with Motive Interactive, but I’ve been seeing a lot of information popping up about this new release.  And after I was contacted by them to check out the system, I thought I’d detail my thoughts about the new release in a post.

At first glance, I’m really impressed.  The interface is fast loading and easy to use.  They have a a great selection of offers, lots of which are exclusive to them.  One I’ll discuss in more detail later.  But overall, I have no idea what Advent 1.0 was like, but 2.0 looks pretty sweet.  I guess it’s ran off of an ajax system, so everything is running off of one page.  Very nice.  Advent contains features other platforms can’t touch, like multiple payout support including commission based sales, individual publisher and advertiser allocations and lead routing to multiple advertisers and buyers.

Once I logged in for the first time, I wanted to check out the stats section to see what that was like.  They have probably the most detailed statistics I have seen from an affiliate network.  That’s a huge plus in my opinion.  And is a huge selling point for any publisher.

They have a really good demo video you can see the system for yourself:

I also noticed, they have a rewards program that is paying 2%.  Most are around 1%, so obviously these guys know the value in rewards.  The payouts are below:

Commissions – Rewards
$1,000 – $10
$2,500 – $25
$5,000 – $50
$10,000 – $100
$15,000 – $150
$20,000 – $200
$25,000 – $250
$30,000 – $300
$50,000 – $500
$100,000 – $1,250
$150,000 – $2,000
$200,000 – $3,000
$500,000 – $10,000
$1,000,000 – $20,000
$1,250,000 – $25,000

They also have the highest referral commission around, with 5.5%! But they do state “The referred publisher must continue to generate commissions without a lapse of twelve (12) calendar months in order for the referrer to continue receiving the 5.5% commission from that publisher each month.”

Overall, Motive is making a big step with Advent 2.0.  If they weren’t a top affiliate network before, they will be after people check this system out.  They have some really cool offers like this:

And exclusive offers like this one I found that can be run in search and email:


81 thoughts on “Motive Interactive Releases Advent 2.0

      1. Mike Henry

        I don’t like running those survey ads. I’ve received poor feedback from them. When they check off the box for college information, the telemarketers are relentless.

  1. Pat with SPI

    I’ll definitely have to check this out for my blog. I love seeing new advertising opportunities spring up and improve on what has been done in the past.

    Thanks for this =) Happy Election Day!

  2. How To Make Money

    I checked out the demo it seems pretty cool. And I am a big (HUGE) fan of lead generation campaigns. The statistics that they have for you are awesome to and the navigation and interactivity is pretty neat. I have never used them before, but they seem like a place that I am gonna’ have to check out now. I have been seeing them popping up more and more too.

    Thanks for the post and the info.

  3. Ben Tremblay

    On a more serious note Shoe, I might have to check them out because their user interface looks very nice. Not like the web 0.1 MarketLeverage’s interface…

  4. browie

    I have seen them pop up all over now. They seem to be taking a smaller approach to getting their name out than what ML did. Maybe I can jump on their bandwagon too. I love referrals but it is always tough to keep up your end of the stick.

    User interface looks very nice.

  5. mrkbsm

    They’re doing a good job getting the attention of some big name bloggers – looks like they’ll be doing pretty well in the near future.

  6. Derek

    I just wrote a review of this interface myself and agree that it is a really slick UI that blows others away. There were a few things that I didn’t like but they were not enough to detract from the positives.

    1. Luke Smith

      Derek – I just approved you on a few offers – have at it my friend ! We will look into improving the interface and reading your review closely to do so ! – Thanks for you review Derek !

  7. BusinessX

    I often wonder if there are too many affiliate programs? Or more accurately, if one could join too many programs? Maybe after I am converting well for the programs I already have, then I could try some others which would improve my campaigns’ margins. I need to get A right before worrying about B.

    Of course that is just personally, as to Motive it is nice to know it has an endorsement from someone like shoemoney. Will keep up for future posts and mentions of Motive from shoe.

    1. Keral Patel

      Really nice thinking. Going for many many programs will in end get nothing from all of them. What most of the people do is joins one and before it is settled they move on with the next one.

  8. Nick Throlson

    Motive Is By Far the best CPA network I have been with my aff manager Chris Rodeno goes way out of his way to make sure I’m doing my best & making the most with motive!

  9. Melvin

    I thought it was a paid review.. :-) Just joking… Motive has contacted me a lot of times on my different emails inviting me to join them… these days I have seen a lot of posts about them about 89.76% are paid…

    1. Luke Smith

      Motive reached out to a number of blogs and worked with them closely on writing honest reviews some were very honest, if you read
      Derek Semmler (link in the above comment) or Tyler Cruz’s review. Motive will continue to improve our interface and we value highly all our reviews (and comments) -Luke

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  10. Bondox

    Hi jeremy, I dont think this people wil accept registeration from small blogs like mine. started just like a month and doing so bad it has less than 1000 visit in a month. how do u want motive interactive to accept this blog as a publisher.

    Is there any alternative or is there a way out to register with a low traffic blog like mine

    1. Luke Smith

      komm nach Motive Interactive , Wir haben Deutsche Klingeltöne erstaunliches Angebot und mehr und eure Personal verstehen alles und sprechen Ihre Landessprache, Willkommen till The Motive Interactive Netz!

  11. Bourne

    The rewards you listed are 1%, but you state 2%.
    Also, as for reporting on Motive, give us an idea of how it stands against other affiliate programs such as Commission Junction.Thanks

    1. Luke Smith

      Ok to clear things up …

      The reward payout starts at 1% then increases to 2% the higher the tier.

      The current payout tiers for the rewards program are as follows:

      Commissions – Rewards

      * $1,000 – $10
      * $2,500 – $25
      * $5,000 – $50
      * $10,000 – $100
      * $15,000 – $150
      * $20,000 – $200
      * $25,000 – $250
      * $30,000 – $300
      * $50,000 – $500
      * $100,000 – $1,250
      * $150,000 – $2,000
      * $200,000 – $3,000
      * $500,000 – $10,000
      * $1,000,000 – $20,000
      * $1,250,000 – $25,000

  12. Ganesh

    I’m still holding back from stepping into affiliate marketing. Once I sell some of my blogs, I might consider testing the waters.

  13. brendan jevon smith

    Just wanted to drop a line in here and say thank you for a great review! Motive is excited and looking forward to working with all of you! We are now out of beta and have officially launched the new Motive CPA Network powered by our advent 2.0.

    Check out the press release :

    Brendan J. Smith
    Chief Executive Officer / Founder

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