You have a blog about home remodeling projects and one of your articles is about fixing homes to sell. FLOODG8TM offers an educational course on how to profitably flip houses, so you could simply mention that in your post and provide a link to that particular program. If just one of your readers clicks on the link and purchases our program, you just made a quick $1,748.50 (assuming you are a Pro affiliate and our Real Estate: Flipping course still sells for $3,497.)
You are a small-group pastor looking for your next Bible study series. We offer an 8-week, contemporary Bible study that talks all about the Bible and money. If you decided this would be a good fit for your church and you plugged your 300 members into the 8-week program, you just made $870 for your church, helped your community grow, and did something you were going to do anyway!
You enrolled in our Debt AdvantageTM course and loved how it benefitted your life. You care about your friends and feel this information could also help them, so you post a link on Facebook to our free, no-obligation debt class. 10 of your friends appreciate the free class (and you) so much that they go on to enroll in Debt AdvantageTM. You just helped 10 of your friends AND made $1,985 (assuming you are a Pro affiliate and your friends bought Debt Advantage for $397)
Call us crazy, but instead of paying our marketing dollars to some big media conglomerate, we'd rather pay real people who could probably do a better job spreading the word anyway. After all, our greatest source of marketing is word-of-mouth from our fans and we believe in thanking and rewarding those who help share our products.
Our affiliate program is broken down into 2 levels. As a new affiliate, you will begin at the Starter level and once you simply generate over $2,000 in gross sales, you'll automatically be upgraded to the Pro level where you can start earning higher commission rates.
*The commission rates apply to digital products only. Physical and coaching products will have their own generous commission rates based on their individual associated costs.