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December 28th, 2005, 06:02 AM #1Recruitment Link Format
Tried this method before but got no answer, please help!
2 Issues that I do not entirely understand:
1. When I want to recruit new signups for ShareASale.com, what link do I use in order to get all the commission stemming from this affiliate in lower tires?
or... any other link code?
2. When recruiting second tier affiliates, what is the link format to be commissioned on their future sales?
...which is my affiliate link but I wanted to send recruiters directly to their affiliate page at...
...but does the signup link count as recruitment link???
Or do I need to use this:
Many thanks for your quick response!
December 28th, 2005, 11:04 AM #2Originally Posted by wwwjuggler
December 29th, 2005, 03:40 AM #3
Multiple messages about this, none got any answer, why?!?!
December 29th, 2005, 04:38 AM #4
I don't think you will get many answers....most of the members on ABW don't recruit second tier affiliates. Many of them will not sign up for a merchant that offers a second tier. This takes away from the earning potential of the 1st tier affiliate. You would do much better if the merchant would do away with the second tier, and increase YOUR commission rate accordingly.Stand Tall ~Eradicate A Parasite And Put The "Affiliate" Back In Affiliate Marketing!
December 29th, 2005, 04:45 AM #5
Oh, I forgot....Welcome to ABW!Stand Tall ~Eradicate A Parasite And Put The "Affiliate" Back In Affiliate Marketing!
December 29th, 2005, 04:46 AM #6
I know the answer to 1 is:
and I think it is for #2 also, but to be sure email support @shareasale.com
December 29th, 2005, 07:10 AM #7
Thanks for your responses, truly appreciate your time! And thanks for the war Welcome too ;-)
Tried emailing SAS, no response several times over.
I do understand the concern regarding the second tier snatching potential but my situation is this:
I am running an MLM directory where multi tier and two tier programs are listed among much other advice and information. I do nit sell the merchants products nor promote their links. What I do want to do though is to acquire a downline to suport the site's funding base.
Therefore I would need a code that allows me to be recognized by SAS as the top tier holder and start earning a bit with the downline.
Now, why would they support tiered programs when I can not become a downline holder? Why would they even consider it if there was no info available, but apparently this is exactly what's missing or I am too blind to find it.
Many thanks all!!!
December 29th, 2005, 09:14 PM #8
Affiliate Marketing is not MLM and I doubt most of your MLMers will make you anything on a two tier because to do so they need to sell and MLMers usually don't sell in the affiliate way. I'd rethink how your incorporating AM into your MLM directory and act accordingly before you waste many people's time.