CuriousCash - Passion Pays
A F F I L I A T E   N E W S L E T T E R  
1st June 2006
CuriousCash - Passion Pays
G'day Affiliates !

Hope our USA affiliates are having an excellent Memorial Day weekend and the rest of our global family are happy and well.

WOW - and the year just keeps on racing by !  And so does the growth of CuriousCash - we continue to go from strength to strength!!

This has been an extraordinary year so far for us and our affiliates, and now with the Awesome Aussie Adventure potentially being open to a wider range of people, CuriousTim has decided to give some bonuses that ANYONE can hop to achieve !!  See down below for full details of our June and July affiliate bonus specials!!

We have LOADS of pictures of ToyBoy's continuing antics around the globe - wait until you see what happened when he starts his 39th Birthday in Australia and then ends it in Seattle with a group of 25+ other webmasters so 70-odd hours later after flying halfway around the world and chasing timezones to start it all again !! 

You can catch up with ToyBoy on his further travels in June at either Redneck Getaway in Fort Lauderdale or Cybernet in San Diego and he will also be in Las Angeles for a couple of days - hit him up so he can at least buy you a drink - email him on

WebmasterDan and CuriousJesse have been hard at work back on deck at Caza De La CuriousCash pumping out new sites and sorting issues and giving even more promo material - do not forget we have OVER 2500 pics in the members for you to use to promote us - why not get in and get some now ?

Many of you would be familiar with the biz phenomenon of the "summer slowdown" when sales drop over the North American summer.  Well did you know that CuriousCash, in the 3 years since we launched has NEVER gone backwards over that period !!  Sure our growth has slowed some in those times, but every month we have just got bigger and bigger!  Surfers LOVE our boys no matter what time of year.

If you want some personal advice and assistance to avoid any downturn in sales for you, feel free to hit up any one of our team at anytime !!!

The CuriousCash Crew

CuriousCinema: Is up and running. We are now just awaiting a few further modifications to bring it into CuriousCash. The members area will take affiliate sales however the download and streaming options will not so we will not be releasing this site to our affiliates until all is 100%.

IPOD SITE: Still waiting on that last script. Hopefully not too far away.

Addition of MyVirtualCard and OPSBilling: Right now OPSBilling is in the testing phase. As soon as all parties are happy it is working correctly we will launch. Should only be a few days away. As for MYVirtualCard, it is up and running and we are slowly bringing all sites into using it within the cascade.

And New Processors continue to come online: Password by Phone has just integrated into MPA3 and CuriousCash will be their first client online. We have had our account setup and are just ironing out the last of the bugs. Should be 100% up and running within a week.

New Payout Methods in the Pipeline: Our Epassporte Account is just about ready to go. We are encouraging you to select this over Check (See Ask Webmaster Dan section below) due to issues with Check Payments. If you keep your payout level at $250 we will also cover the setup fee with Epassporte. Payouts as low as $50 will be accepted under Epassporte.

Geo Targetting: At CuriousCash we do our best to make every dollar possible out of the traffic that comes in. As a result of this we are now in the process of getting Geo Targetting on all of our sites to better server the Customer. This should be up and running in the next 2 weeks. Geo Targetted banners may also be added in the near future.

Chargeback Fees: Now we all know that credit card chargeback's are the ball and chain of our industry.  Changes in our processing arrangements, which have increased returns under the cascading billing feature of MPA3, have also hit us pretty hard when it comes to chargeback's - even though our chargeback rates are amongst the lowest in the industry.  Unfortunately, as and from 16th January, whilst we have been able to increase revshare returns (see box below), we have also had to introduce a fee to the affiliate of $15 per chargeback.  This is well short of what it costs us in real terms, and we have absorbed the remainder.  Again we apologize, but we cannot dictate terms to the processors and banks.

- New Look

CuriousCash Bonus Payouts June & July

CuriousCash is rewarding webmasters for helping make the continuing success of it’s program so outstanding.

EVERY affiliate has the chance to win bonus payouts in June and July – whether they send 1 join or 5000 joins !!

The top sales affiliate, the affiliate who sends the most sales to CuriousCash in June and July will get a $1000 cash bonus !

The top traffic affiliate, the affiliate who sends the most unique hits to CuriousCash in June and July will also get a $1000 cash bonus !

And finally, our most improved active affiliate, the affiliate who sends the biggest relative percentage increase in joins in June and July over what they sent in April and May also gets a quick $1000 !!

Jump aboard the CuriousCash Gravy Train for bonuses in June and July. We convert and retain way above industry averages - because we shoot all our own great content and provide some of the most progressive marketing tools in the business and excellent affiliate support.

Since 1999, CuriousCash has grown from one site, to a massive 33 and still growing strong - all built on the 100% exclusive and original content shot by CuriousTim himself

If you have never promoted CuriousCash come over and see why many other webmasters send their gay/bi/curious traffic to one of the pioneers of the young straight boy niche.

CuriousCash - Passion Pays

All Australian Boys
Converting 1 in 147
Converting 1 in 162
All Australian Boys
Converting 1 in 210

Australian Males

Converting 1 in 220

All Australian Boys

Converting 1 in 260
All ratios are calculated as hits to the site front page as ratio to joins from MPA3.  Do NOT be fooled by programs who show you 2nd or join page hits !!!

Curious Tim

Curious ToyBoy
ICQ: 293070684
AOL: GMM Toy Boy
Yahoo: gmmtoyboy

Webmaster Dan
ICQ: 297970749

Curious Jesse
ICQ: 349840177

CuriousCash was nominated for a 2005 XBiz Award !!!

CuriousCash and our sites were nominated in several surfer and industry categories in the 2005 Cybersocket Web Awards !!!



Craig has an original “Aussie” guy look, he has a muscular body and plays Rugby League. He would like to travel the world surfing and snowboarding in all the best places.

He really enjoyed showing off his body and he also liked the attention. Once he slipped out of his jeans it wasn’t long before he was stroking his cock. His rock hard cock stood to attention and he was ready to blow, with his eyes glued to the hot Lesbian action on the television.
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I couldn’t believe that Brett is only 18 years old, he is 6’2” tall and weighs in at 212lbs but he is a real gentle giant. He has just changed from playing AFL, to A grade Rugby League Football. He spends most of his time on the Football field training.

Brett really enjoyed being photographed even though he needed a couple of bourbons to relax so he could get a hard on. Once he was relaxed there was no stopping him. He had such a great body I couldn’t help it, I just had to pour some oil over it. Watch as Brett rubs it all over his upper body while jerking off at the same time. Keep an eye out for Brett again as I’m sure I can convince him to put his cock through the gloryhole. Click Here To See More



Wayne is a 20 year old Boxer and a Footballer. He likes to lead life to the fullest extent. His life goal is to be on music clips and rap his own music. His build is Super cut, ripped and toned at just 55 kgs (120ibs) about 5’9” tall. His lean toned body looks disproportional small when compared to the big cock when it is hard. We got his pants off rather quickly and then suggested he start stimulating himself this he did and his cock soon sprung to attention. We slapped the milking machine on it for a while and he then finished himself off.
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So many of you wanted to see Samuel the Canadian back-packacker back again. So we have now re shot him and after a lot of talking got him to do a Glory Hole shoot. The Beast was the person selected to service this young man, as he watched Lesbian Porn. Sam was very reluctant to do this but needed the bucks for a surf trip down the coast, with his mates, in his old VW Combi. He was nervous at first and was a bit slow to get hard but he soon relaxed and let the Beast go to work on his now erect cock.
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Will 20 says his best asset is his back, not sure if that includes his ass. He likes honesty in people and likes to stay happy. He is a really out door type guy. He comes from a country station (ranch) Into Surfing (like so many of our models) see his board-shorts tan line, skydiving and base jumping (jumping off cliffs and buildings) In short he likes to give anything a go !

Which he sure did during this shoot. First his board-shots off, then cock in hand jacking off. Hmmm watching Straight Boys Jack off is such a thrill. Click Here To See More



JayJay’s smouldering good sports jock looks and complemented by his Huge meaty cock. Being a champion BMX rider, has developed and sculptured his glute/ass muscles to perfection, yum. He wants to fly and be a stunt man. JJ thinks his best assets are his broad shoulders and his smile. We would probably add his big meaty cock and his perfect ass to this list. He took his pants down and then watched some Lesbian Porn, His cock Jumped up, so fast - like a Jack-In-The-Box. Adding capias amounts of lube this quite sportsmen’s cock, he came alive and really got into jerking himself off. Proud of his big cock he came and blew everywhere.
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Why is it your checks are bouncing?
We have had numerous webmasters state they have been unable to cash their checks from us.I believe this is because we are an International Company using an International US Dollar Bank Account. We do not actually know why the banks are having so much trouble with these checks as we are using a well known Bank however the problems do seem to persist.

What we are encouraging now however is for people to select EPassporte as their preferred payment method. EPassporte will allow you to be paid out at a lower minimum, however if you continue to keep your minimum at $250 we will also cover the setup costs associated with establishing an EPassporte account. We are also looking into alternative Check solutions.

You seem to be adding a lot of additional processors. Are all of these through MPA3?
Yes, we have been working closely with Mansion and the 3rd Party Processors to ensure all integrate together. We simply will not use a processor unless they integrate with MPA3 which of late has resulted in several companies taking the plunge to allow us to do so. We were the first Verotel client under MPA3, and we are the first Password by Phone Client under MPA3. We will also be the first OPSBilling Client. Here at CuriousCash we are constantly looking at ways to ensure the longevity of our business and in this highly volatile environment of Credit Card Processors being here today and gone tomorrow we are ensuring we have plenty of backups and plenty of billing alternatives to ensure if their is a dollar to be made from your traffic we will make it.

What is happening with the CuriousCinema integration into CuriousCash?
This has been delayed at the moment as I can not guarantee all traffic you send to the site will be picked up within your account. I am working with Mansion Productions to try and get a suitable solution, but I will not release any products to the Webmasters that do not work to their best benefit. If you are eager to start promoting then feel free to shoot me an email and we can look at getting you a direct affiliate account with the processor which will overcome the current issues with MPA3.


Creative Web Design is an art form that needs in-depth technical and practical knowledge of the way in which Web pages function and are constructed. There are however, a number of tips and tricks that can be implemented to create imaginative and functional Web sites without intensive scripting or programming knowledge to enhance design and increase user traffic.

The more insight and knowledge one has into the workings of the Web and the way Web pages are viewed and displayed on different browsers and on different platforms, the better. Paying attention to advice from professional webmasters will aid designers who are relatively inexperienced. However, both experienced and novice designers sometimes forget even the basics, and lose sight of the fundamentals of Web design in their quest for the brightest and most advanced site. A beautifully designed site with all the Flash, Shockwave and other paraphernalia that can be used sometimes fails dismally, because a relatively simple issue such as navigation has not been properly implemented or thought through. Reviewers for the recent Webby Awards ( found that many sites - although well constructed from a graphical and aesthetic viewpoint - fell from contention for the Awards because of basic flaws.

The Basics: Presentation and Information

The Internet is all about speed, presentation and, more recently, content. If the aim of the webmaster and designer is to keep the users' attention, they should ensure the user does not encounter reams of dense text and obscure layouts that are hard to decipher. A primary element requiring your attention is when designing a site, keep the interface clear and intuitive; and the text clean and concise. A practical tip is to use bullets to outline main points. Don't try to fit the entire site onto one page. Lead longer explanations to linked pages that allow the user the choice to explore that specific area if they wish. Remember that users will click away from a site if they cannot quickly find the information, or at least a link to that information.

The secret of a good Web site is organization, and getting into the head of the prospective user and client. In order to do this, make a sketch that clearly outlines the site before actually coding or creating pages with editing software. Try to imagine how a user would respond to the information and how the navigation would work in an uncomplicated, user-friendly way. Better still, do some market research and invite users to explore these ideas with you.

Graphics are a crucial part of the overall design; a page without graphical elements looks dead and static. Yet, there is a propensity on the Web to overdo the use of images and graphics, which results in a messy and often bulky site that has the added danger of retarding download speeds. A rule of thumb is to ensure that every graphical element is absolutely necessary to the message or idea that you are trying to convey. Many professionals estimate that the use of graphics should not be more than 20 percent of the page space. Another basic element is the use of background color, which should be easy on the eye and not obscure the text. For instance, a bright background will obscure lighter colored text.

The format of your page should not only be aesthetically pleasing but also readable and logical in construction. Many major Web sites have stopped experimenting with obscure designs, and have returned to the three or four column newspaper layout simply because this format coveys news and information more easily and does not require the user to spend time unraveling the logic of the page. Keep in mind that long scrolling Web pages are definitely a thing of the past; a site should be designed with the minimum of scrolling. As a designer, one should always be aware of the psychology and effectiveness of "white space." Creating areas of space on your pages effectively aids visual relief and aesthetics. Many designers warn against a recent design trend known as the "centered and stacked" approach, where everything is squeezed tightly into a centre table. This has been overused, and results in a cramped and bulky looking Web page.

An aspect of Web design that is becoming increasingly significant as more and more people come online is the accessibility of your site to all. In other words, you should design your site so that the maximum number of users can access it with ease. This means that the non-graphic user should be accommodated as well as the high-end multimedia seeker. Make sure that you make use of the ALT-tag. This provides a description of the image while it is being downloaded for display. Users who switch-off the display of graphics on their browser - and many do so to facilitate speed - will see the ALT-tag describing the image. Similarly, the ALT-tag is essential when using a graphic as a hyperlink to navigate to an important part of the site. Also describe the image, rather than just entering the name of the image in the ALT-tag. A description of its function should be included. The ALT-tag also has importance when it comes to accessibility for the impaired user in that there is now software available that allows ALT-tags to be audible. This aspect has become important as more users are surfing the Internet using mobile devices and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs). Keep accessibility in mind when using advanced scripting. For example, when using Dynamic HTML Menus on your Web site, you should provide an alternate means of navigation for those with mobility impairments, as they may have difficulty in controlling a mouse to manipulate the dropdown menus. A good site for news and tips on accessibility can be found at

Very important as well is to make sure that your site is multi-browser compatible. This is a complex factor, as there are a number of browsers on the Internet with slightly different standards. However, this has improved recently and common standards are beginning to be applied - at least by the major browser creators. It is wise to test your pages in various browsers, such as Opera, in addition to IE and Netscape, to ensure compatibility for the widest audience. It is often the small elements that make the biggest difference to a site. For example, if you use audio files or video and movies on your site it is a very good idea to offer the user the option to use these elements. In the same vein, if you have reams of information that you would like to give the user, then rather prepare a PDF file for downloading from your server. Another vital aspect is easy access to your contact details. It is amazing how many sites - including large corporate sites - forget to make their contact information obvious and easy to find. Make sure that your e-mail address and contact info is in a prominent place and repeated throughout the site.

Text and Content

Text should not only be attractive, but should at all costs be precise and informative. Web users have become accustomed to rapid viewing, and will probably dismiss a site that does not have concise and quickly digestible copy. Writing for the Web has become a new art form in itself, with numerous articles and books continually being published on the topic. Other considerations, when it comes to text that will enhance your site, include readability and the use of fonts, aspects that are often ignored by many sites. Colored text should be used with due care, and should never be obscured by the background. A good tip is not to center all the text on a page as this can make it difficult to read. Another tip is not to use blue text as this usually denotes links and might confuse the user. Another common error is to underline text for emphasis; this also often indicates a hyperlink. Motion and moving text have become easily created, and common elements on Web pages - however, moving text should not be over-used, and motion should only be used when it is pertinent to the message you wish to convey. Another important aspect is to ensure that the text to your links indicates precisely where the links are taking the user. Links are often misleading; taking the user to a site that has little relation to the link title - for example, a link entitled discuss this may lead the user to an e-mail address.

Writing for the Web has many different prerequisites. Here are just a few to pay attention to: A good guideline to follow is to write and present your information in such a way that it is useful to the user. The intention is to make clear what each page has to offer the user. This is an obvious but essential point and one that can make the difference between someone staying on your site or clicking away. Another good tip is to make your writing as personal as possible and to write conversationally. Formatting and page design all form part of this communications technique, and there are a number of elements that can help the Web writer in this respect. When writing copy for the Internet, always start with the headlines and reduce your most essential points to not more than two lines. An important aspect to remember is that Web writing requires conciseness and expertise in presenting the gist of the subject. Using subheadings to draw attention and direct your reader to different areas is also useful. Use bold text sparingly and italics for emphasis. An interesting and effective way of presenting text is to use pull quotes - quotes that are set larger and in a different typeface - which are intended to interest and direct the viewers' attention.

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