Programs are usually categorized according to their mode of payment.
The categories of affiliate programs are:
any combination of these.
In this arrangement the merchant pays the affiliate when the
affiliate sends them a customer who completes a purchase. Some
merchant web sites pay the affiliate a fixed commission per
sale, others may pay some type of sliding commission.
(Cost-per-Lead): These programs pay their affiliates
based on the number of visitors who sign-up, register or complete
a form on the merchant website.
(Cost-per-Click): In this arrangement the merchant
pays the affiliate based on the number of visitors the affiliate
directs to the merchant site. Visitors don't have to buy anything,
they just have to visit the merchant site.
These programs pay affiliates based only on the number of visitors
who see the merchants banner ad. Normally this type of arrangement
is not structured as an affiliate program, but simply as a traditional
of typical affiliate programs include
Affiliate Programs: These affiliate programs have
a structure similar to multi-level or network marketing organizations
such as Amway. The affiliate profits through both commission
sales and sales recruitment. In addition to receiving commissions
based on sales, clicks or leads from their own site, affiliates
in these programs also receive a commission based on the activity
of affiliate sites they refer to the merchant site.
Affiliate Programs: Affiliates in these programs
can keep making money from visitors they send to the merchant
site for as long as the visitor continues to purchase goods
or services from the merchant site. Many online merchants who
receive regular payments from their customers (such as monthly
service fees) run this sort of affiliate program.
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