arunrev's picture
As we know if someone did not qualify for referred offer then referrer do not get paid. But what happens if referred person gives his consent to receive future or other offers via email for which he/she may qualify . So what happens if referred person fill a future/other offer and qualify for it? Initial referrer gets credit for these future leads or not? If yes then how? and if not then why?
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Karen's picture

Hi Arun,
Thanks for your question.

You are correct that when a user subscribes to an offer through our partners they are given the chance to opt-in to TradePub mailings on the bottom of every form displayed across our network. This is a choice for all users and nothing more. This works in the same capacity as every other established affiliate program from Amazon on down. We do not share the revenue generated from the opt-in mailings from TradePub with our partners.

Every affiliate program in existence takes this position. One prime example is Amazon.com’s affiliate program. When a users clicks on a product from a partner’s site and proceeds to buy that item, the partner is paid. Later, Amazon.com will email users recommending products and providing direct Amazon.com links.

We set down the path to aggressively reward our partners for the leads that they generate up front and hope that you are pleased with the payouts you receive for the qualified subscriptions you generate.

arunrev's picture

Fine. What happens if someone who is already in your mailing list, apply for any offer via my referral link? I will be paid for this or it will goes in rejected column? (here i am assuming he/she fulfill all eligibility criteria given openly)

Karen's picture

Hi Arun,
You will get credit for all qualified subscriptions that come in through your partner URL regardless of that user's TradePub opt-in status.

arunrev's picture

That's fine. I think initial referrer should get some credit for all future leads too. Not much but around 10% - 20% value of lead. There are some affiliate programs who use this model like some % on initial sale/lead and a fixed % on all future orders/leads. Awber is great example of this model. I had some discussion with members of other lead generation networks who are making around $xx,xxx - $x,xx,xxx every month and they refused to join revresponse. They said this network is lack of transparency cause first data is collected by them and then transferred to companies. You never know which kind of profile (exactly what criteria) will make how much for you as their is no fix payout. Their networks do not collect data in middle and visitor is sent to company landing pages who is providing offer. They just track by some code on last finish page to check if offer is completed or not so they can refer same person again and again for future/other offers as network do not have data of that person and can not contact him directly.

So i want to say you should implement some tracking system which give some credit to initial referrer on future/other qualified offers by referral. It will add more value to revresponse and make it better in lead generation industry as more decent afiliates will join it.