After your acceptance of the terms and conditions set out in this PowerPartner™ Affiliate Marketing Agreement (Agreement), we agree to appoint you as an authorized, limited, marketing representative for ServInt (ServInt, we, us, our). This Agreement does not give you an exclusive territory. Other affiliates, resellers and agents can and will compete against you for the same or similar customers. Your customers (the Referred Customer) are free to become our direct customers. We will not directly and specifically target your customers. You agree that general advertising, if directed to more than one entity, is not specifically or directly targeting your customers. Any link or other method to sign up potential Referred Customers must require affirmative action on the part of the Referred Customer. New sign ups may not be automatically generated. The Term of this Agreement is month-to-month, and may be terminated by either party upon five business days written notice.
Performance Horizon's affiliate marketing and partner management platform allows companies to work directly with their global, mobile, and online publisher partners to drive sales. It supports clients' performance marketing strategies in more than 150 countries from offices around the world. By leveraging its SaaS platform, brands can make payouts based on performance, enabling them to scale sales through their online marketing partners and affiliates. The company also provides performance measurement and tracking, growth through analytics, and settlement in currencies all over the world. By measuring all partnerships based on performance, Performance Horizon's solution is highly beneficial for brands.
The average commission rate is $58 per the Shopify website. Shopify’s commissions are paid according to different metrics. For instance, if a referral signs up for the Shopify Plus enterprise plan (the highest tier), the payout is a flat $2,000. Referrals who sign up for the standard plan earn a $598 commission. The payout for a Basic account is $58. Commissions are calculated as follows: you will earn two times the monthly rate but only two months after the user has been a paying customer.
Compliance with Applicable Laws.  You shall comply, and shall ensure that any third parties performing sales or referral activities on your behalf comply, with all applicable foreign and domestic laws (including without limitation export laws and laws applicable to sending of unsolicited email), governmental regulations, ordinances, and judicial administrative orders. You shall not engage in any deceptive, misleading, illegal or unethical marketing activities, or activities that otherwise may be detrimental to us, our customers, or to the public. Export laws and regulations of the United States and any other relevant local export laws and regulations may apply to the HubSpot Products. You will comply with the sanctions programs administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Department of the Treasury.  You will not directly or indirectly export, re-export, or transfer the HubSpot Products to prohibited countries or individuals or permit use of the HubSpot Products by prohibited countries or individuals.
PartnerCentric touts over 60,000 partnerships and knows how to leverage those existing partnerships to help your individual program. There is no one-size-fits all solution to fully optimize a program and we provide a team of industry veterans who know how to drive success. We have experience working across 16 different networks globally, and are not limited to any one platform or network. Additionally, we maintain benchmark data on every affiliate partner, client vertical, and paid placement opportunity. An in-house team is unable to reference such benchmarks in order to optimize partner conversion rates, improve ROAS or negotiate lower cost paid placements with specific ROI goals. Lastly, in-house teams are typically not kept up to date on changing legal matters like Nexus, international laws or tax forms for partners. We have a team solely dedicated to these matters.
On the bright side of the CPC model is that if you, as a publisher, serve ads that you know for certain match your audience interests, you should expect high revenues. But the dark side is that advertisers you serve ads for don’t pay you for all ad views that haven’t resulted into a click. The worst case scenario – you may serve a big volume of ads and not getting any revenue at all, if you fail to match your audience interests with ads topic(s) you serve. To sums up – this model is lucrative for a target audience only.

For example, rewardStyle has aggregated thousands of high-value fashion affiliates who feature products prominently in their content, which makes it a highly lucrative channel for fashion brands looking to drive customer acquisition. In its first year, the company drove more than $60 million in sales by inviting fashion bloggers into its network and then fostering relationships between the bloggers and retailers. If a post led to a sale, the blogger received a share of the profits.

Many laws specifically regulate the ways online ads are delivered. For example, online advertising delivered via email is more regulated than the same ad content delivered via banner ads. Among other restrictions, the U.S. CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 requires that any commercial email provide an opt-out mechanism.[108] Similarly, mobile advertising is governed by the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA), which (among other restrictions) requires user opt-in before sending advertising via text messaging.
8.4. Affiliate shall not transmit any so-called "interstitials," "Parasiteware™," "Parasitic Marketing," "Shopping Assistance Application," "Toolbar Installations and/or Add-ons," "Shopping Wallets" or "deceptive pop-ups and/or pop-unders" to consumers from the time the consumer clicks on a qualifying link until such time as the consumer has fully exited Merchant's site (i.e., no page from our site or any AWeber's content or branding is visible on the end-user's screen). As used herein, "Parasiteware™" and "Parasitic Marketing" shall mean an application that (a) through accidental or direct intent causes the overwriting of Affiliate and non Affiliate commission tracking cookies through any other means than a customer initiated click on a qualifying link on a web page or email; (b) intercepts searches to redirect traffic through an installed software thereby causing pop ups, commission tracking cookies to be put in place, or other commission tracking cookies to be overwritten where a user would under normal circumstances have arrived at the same destination through the results given by the search (search engines being, but not limited to, Google, Bing, Yahoo, AOL and similar search or directory engines); (c) set commission tracking cookies through loading of AWeber's site in IFrames, hidden links and automatic pop ups that open AWeber's site; (d) targets text on websites, other than those web sites 100% owned by the application owner, for the purpose of contextual marketing; or (e) removes, replaces or blocks the visibility of affiliate banners with any other banners, other than those that are on websites 100% owned by the owner of the application.
In the case of cost per mille/click, the publisher is not concerned about whether a visitor is a member of the audience that the advertiser tries to attract and is able to convert, because at this point the publisher has already earned his commission. This leaves the greater, and, in case of cost per mille, the full risk and loss (if the visitor cannot be converted) to the advertiser.
“Other Products” means those products and services that we offer, which are not included in the Subscription Service (as detailed below); and, for the purposes of this Agreement, Other Products include all of our marketing software, legacy sales and marketing products, and any implementation, customization, training, consulting, additional support or other professional services, or fees for third-party products or services.

During the term of this Agreement, in the event that we make our trademark available to you within the Affiliate Tool, you may use our trademark as long as you follow the usage requirements in this section.  You must: (i) only use the images of our trademark that we make available to you, without altering them in any way; (ii) only use our trademarks in connection with the Affiliate Program and this Agreement; and (iii) immediately comply if we request that you discontinue use.  You must not: (i) use our trademark in a misleading or disparaging way; (ii) use our trademark in a way that implies we endorse, sponsor or approve of your services or products; or (iii) use our trademark in violation of applicable law or in connection with an obscene, indecent, or unlawful topic or material.
Thanks to Shopify’s partners and app developers, figuring out how to create an affiliate program for your Shopify store is easy, as you can start by simply installing an affiliate app of your choosing. From there, each app will take you through an onboarding process that will get you up and running with an affiliate program catered to your business.
Leadpages claims that its affiliate program is not exclusively for affiliate marketers, which is true, but the narrow focus of this niche means that only professionals affiliate marketers will ever be able to earn significant income from the program. Leadpages’s affiliate program does offer quite a lot of different options (webinars, videos, blog posts, free marketing courses, etc.) to send referrals to, which can lead to higher conversion rates if done correctly.

There’s a good reason why ClickBank is still a strong contender, however it does tend to focus more on digital products which may be of questionable quality. Yes, the review process is more professional these days, but it’s still primarily focused on selling digital products, especially “how to make money” courses and the like. That being said, there are some genuinely high-quality products on offer, and few affiliate programs are bigger than ClickBank, especially in selling (primarily digital) books.
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