Behind The Scenes at Getads

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A few weeks back GetAds hired us to come and do a “Behind The Scenes” episode at their company. I love the folks at GetAds… because they really get it.

GetAds has a very unique atmosphere about it. Everyone always says they love where they work but as you can see in our behind the scenes video these guys really mean it:

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94 thoughts on “Behind The Scenes at Getads

    1. medomoc

      GetAds is definitely one of the best affiliate networks. They are comprised a a group of great folks who want you to make money. Now ask yourself before deciding on a career change, are you ready to take affiliate marketing to a whole new higher level?

    1. AnnieP78

      The interview with the CEO was really insightful. I agree with what he said. You really have to put everything on the table if you wish to bring your business to another level.

    2. Tammyexperiments

      He knew the web was the future and he wanted to be a part of it. Truly a visionary in the works. This is probably one of the best videos you’ve ever produced, buddy.

    1. Cristina Dy

      In a nutshell, GetAds Affiliate Network offers top payouts, exclusive offers and the highest customer service in the industry. Enough said. Now what did I win, Shoe? *wink*

      1. newmediaist12

        GetAds is awesome already, but i am sure they will continue to get even better as time goes by. I’d like to mention that I’ve had nothing but positive dealings with GetAds to date and I want to share the love.

    2. KrisM77

      They are definitely one of the most dependable affiliate marketing networks in my book. Thanks for sharing this, Jeremy. (By the way, is Rebecca still single?)

      1. PokeYerFace

        My friend signed up with them a few months ago. She has nothing but good words about her dealings with them.

  1. Ethan

    I still don’t see what makes GetAds any better affiliate network from the rest.

    I can name a dozen networks that can claim they have the best knowledgeable people working for them.

    1. enajyram00

      Sometimes you just have to pick the one that best matches your expectations. For me it’s how they address affiliates’ concerns that matters most.

      1. H delacruz

        Wanna know the real reason why George left hockey? He knew the internet was the future and George wanted to be a part of it. Nice job!

    2. F2Xsites

      One of my pain points the first time I joined an affiliate network was the lack of support. I got tired of having my concerns ignored so I ended my stint there a few months after I signed up.

      1. socialanim00

        This is a review from my friend, jeff, who worked with them last year: Get ads is the worst network I have ever worked with. The staff is rude and pretentious. They scrub on legit leads without reasonable explanation, do not give a transparent report on why leads we’re returned and they pre-scrub before leads even come in (how they make the appearance of high payouts without actually having to pay them). Hope you can verify this, Jeremy.

        1. WhateverWorks

          That sure negates the image they’re trying to project in the video. I hope it’s not true though. They seem like a good bunch of people.

        2. sasha_482

          I’m happy with my dealings with GetAds staff so far. They seem really nice and proactive in addressing the few questions I’ve had. I sure hope they were able to address the issue with your friend.

    3. B.Logan

      I know some affiliates who do split testing before they finally decide which network they’d stick with. It’s a great way to check which one would yield the most ROI.

    1. TomYoon

      I guess George began working with his former hockey team’s marketing crew to bring people in the rink. Finding that niche ultimately led him to online marketing. So hockey may not have had a place for him on the ice, but affiliate marketing allowed him to be a key player. Isn’t that what you call destiny? :)

      1. Robin Sterling

        I didn’t know he WAS a hockey player. My boyfriend says he was warming the bench 90 percent of the time. What’s your two cents worth on this, Jeremy?

        1. Yes2Freebies

          You only get to warm a bench in a game. Not at practice. I bet professional hockey training is as grueling as any other sport. I have a huge respect for anyone who gets to experience that.

        2. nealcal

          As a sports enthusiast, here is a definition for bench warmer to keep things in perspective: One who doesn’t get called up into play, hence sitting through the whole game and “warming the bench.”


          “Hey coach, can I finally join in?”

          “Nah, why don’t you do your part and warm the bench.”

      2. FirenzeZ

        Oddly, I thought that this post was about next year’s Humongo Nation tour. Can you do an article about them next, Jeremy? Best wishes from Des Moines.


      Unless you got something negative deleted, I wouldn’t read much into that.

      A lot of people that comment on his stuff don’t even read/watch what they’re commenting on and just throw out something generic to get a link out there.

      Having said that, the poster 2 posts up from you that says he doesn’t see what makes them any better than the rest.

        1. veronica_sm

          I love GetAds! Working with Mike Guida as my CPA affiliate manager is a dream come true. He is always available for questions and goes the extra mile to help me be successful. Having the right CPA Network and the right CPA affiliate manager makes all the difference.


      1. georgeblanco

        Wanna hear a hockey joke?

        At one point during a game, the coach called one of his 7 year old hockey players aside and asked, Do you understand what cooperation is? What a team is?” The little boy nodded in the affirmative.

        “Do you understand that what matters is not whether we win or lose, but how we play together as a team?” The little boy nodded yes. So,” the coach continued, “I am sure you know, when a penalty is called, you should not argue, curse, attack the referee, or call him a pecker-head. Do you understand all that?”

        Again the little boy nodded. He continued, “And when I call you off the ice so that another boy gets a chance to play, its not good sportsmanship to call your coach a dumb asshole, is it? Again the little boy nodded. “Good,” said the coach. “Now go over there and explain all that to your mother…”

    1. internetFTW

      They could’ve edited or skipped some parts but otherwise it’s cool. I think the whole idea was to showcase the company, it’s workplace and people. If I were part of their network I’d certainly be interested to see what kind of company I’ve trusted my business with.

      1. georgeblanco

        Just enjoy the video, guys. It’s a blessing enough that Shoe exerts effort to show us these web marketing gems. Now if you’ve just opened this, just skip the first 6 minutes and you’re good to go. :)

  2. Nikki Stewart

    “Risk it to live it.” Great advice. It’s the risk of losing everything that fuels the drive to succeed.

    1. WanderingMommy

      Now try telling that to my husband who’s always risking his life whenever he’s in the kitchen — he tried “cooking” a can of beans in the oven without even bothering to open it first. You guessed it. The kitchen was a complete mess afterwards.

      1. smstudent

        Hmmm…this reminds me of an Everybody Loves Raymond episode where Marie asked Frank to cook dinner and he just threw raw spaghetti into an oven and hoped for the best.

    1. FirenzeZ

      It’s called the “Snooki” and once you drink it, you’ll turn into an Oompa-Loompa. 😀 How’s that for comic relief?

  3. The American Dream

    Isn’t this the gig established by George Avery? He had a stint as a professional hockey player a few years back. His transition from a mover in the rink to an affiliate marketing genius is truly awesome. Nice video post, Shoe.

    1. Andrew Says So

      He reminds me a bit of my football coach way back in college. The will and drive to succeed, to win, is something that you can’t unlearn long after your last game.

    1. Bputitout / Putitoutthere

      He’s climbing in your windows

      He’s snatchin’ your people up

      Tryin’a rape em so y’all need to

      Hide your kids, hide your wife hid your husband
      Cuz they’re rapin errbody out there

      You don’t have to come and confess
      We’re lookin for you
We gon find you
      Run and tell that, homeboy

    2. thoushallpass

      You should have seen the hilarious shirts produced as well. They are certainly one of the funniest ever printed for a long time.

    1. Dandundun

      We used a lot of Final Cut Pro when I was still in UNLV. I knew there was something familiar about all these Shoemoney clips. Man, I miss college so much. :(

    1. EllaineR

      Somehow I was wondering where the spray tan room was. Remember the last office feature Shoe did? LMAO :X

      1. Bryan Jake T

        LOL I was half expecting something like the whole time I was watching it. That tanning tent incident in that other video was epic.

    1. GQmeansGeek

      Managing a group of creative and driven individuals can be very challenging. But the rewards more than make up for the headaches that come with the job.

  4. Susan Armand

    Like them or hate them, thanks to this video, we have been reminded that determination is a crucial factor in success. We salute you, George! Keep up the good work.

  5. PattyT12

    I just began working with GetAds and they have been fabulous to work with right out of the gate. They’re extremely organized and on top of their game. They have great offers and great people and I would definitely recommend working with them! Rock on!

  6. SmallBiz Sue

    There’s nothing quite like the experience of building a business from ground up. What I’ve learned from starting a small business a couple of years ago is that anything can happen. You have to be prepared to do everything you can to keep your business afloat.

  7. Alan Alan

    Nice office design and furniture selections. I’d like to have one of those work tables in my office. I hope they’re available in our local furniture shop.

  8. MVZP_01

    The office looks like a great place to hang out. Not the kind of workplace you’d be dragging your feet to every morning.

    1. Nicole Burns

      Interesting choice of artworks. The superhero analogy was an apt description for a success driven company.

  9. AurorMine

    1) find a niche, take it to the next leve, and 3) and be better than anybody out there. — I’m going to keep those in mind.

  10. Kevin

    so that’s how the behind the scene videos come about…Yeah this is worth the money…This is something I would for my business

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