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  1. #1
    Affiliate Manager DrMarie's Avatar
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    April 2nd, 2010
    Should I offer 2 tier?
    I have just launched an affiliate program with in house software and I am wondering if I should offer a 2 tier program.

    I've read the rules but I am unclear as to how much information I can post here about my program. (Don't want to be accused of recruiting!).

    Any thoughts?

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    January 18th, 2005
    No, offer the full commission to one affiliate, instead of splitting the money.

    So, instead of offering 10% to tier 1 and 5% to tier 2, offer 15% or whatever you pay

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    Affiliate Manager DrMarie's Avatar
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    April 2nd, 2010
    Makes sense. I was thinking of offering an extra 5% on top of the regular 25% but I guess most affiliates prefer 1 tier so they feel they are getting the maximum commission.

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    Affiliate Manager qualityunit's Avatar
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    January 8th, 2007
    Bratislava, Slovakia (European Union)
    in our affiliate program we pay up to 50% to affiliate and on top of that we pay extra 5% to 2nd tier

    I know, it is not trend to have multi tier programs anymore, but e.g. in our case it works. e.g. one affiliate earns $400 - $700/month from 2nd tier commissions... he doesn't sell, but he is at least motivated to search for next affiliates for us

    I think, that if you don't plan to make basic commissions smaller and if you want to pay 2nd tier on top of original commissions, you should try it.
    [SIZE=3][FONT=Arial]Viktor Zeman[/FONT][/SIZE]
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