Want to become an affiliate?
For now, there’s no automated way to become my affiliate. So, get in contact, and we’ll set things up.
What are the commission percentages?
Only offers that are currently promoted (or were when I last updated this page) are listed here. If you want to know what the commissions were for something you promoted previously (but isn’t listed here anymore), contact me.
The normal numbers:
- Purely a service (e.g., consulting): 10% (up to $10,000 per customer)
- Purely a digital product: 50%
- Offers that include some personal support have a commission level somewhere between 10% and 50%
Current main offers:
- 6-Figure Website course: 50%
- 6-Figure Website course with coaching calls: 25% (always at least as much as the commission for just the course)
- Discounted Clarity Calls (these calls aim for longer coaching and consulting projects, which you get a commission for)
- Services I buy from a subcontractor and sell forward with little profit (these are a very small part of my business, so this is unlikely to affect your commissions at all)
Note that if a customer gets a special discount (e.g., non-profit), the commission is always calculated based on what they actually pay. This is very unusual, but does sometimes happen.
Note that I sometimes test different offer variations and pricing options, so if you’re going to talk about the prices in your promotion, check with me to make sure I’m not testing something different at the time.
What do you get a commission for?
You get commissions from the sales of the offer you promote directly. You also get commissions from all services that are primarily coaching/consulting (including back-end sales).
As is normal, you don’t get commissions for refunded purchases and canceled/disputed payments. Similarly, if you’ve already been paid commission for such payments, those commissions are deduced from your future commissions.
When and how do you get paid?
In most cases, commissions are paid the month after a potential unconditional money-back guarantee ends. Payment plan payments are paid (after money-back guarantee ends) monthly. However, I rather make fewer larger payments than small payments every month. For example, if you could get paid some commissions this month, but it seems likely that you’ll also get some next month and then nothing after that, I’ll likely pay it all next month. If it’s especially important for you to get paid frequently, let me know, and I’ll of course do my best to accommodate that.
Exception to monthly payments: If your commission payment would be less than $100 and there’s a good reason to assume your total commissions from the next months will go above $100, by default the payment will be made only after the $100 threshold is reached. For example, if your monthly commissions would be $25, you’d get paid every four months. However, if it doesn’t look like your total unpaid commissions will go over $100 soon (e.g., there are no active payment plans that would get it to $100 in the next months), you get paid sooner.
If you have a preference of how to get paid, let me know, and I’ll take it into account. In general, I choose between PayPal and wire transfer.
Note that I reserve the right to withhold commissions for a reasonable amount of time if there seems to be anything odd about the payments (e.g., fraud alerts or other red flags with the payments). You will hear if this is happening with an explanation of what’s going on. This has never happened meaningfully affected commission payments, so it’s very unlikely to happen in the future, either.
Also, if we don’t know each other well, the first commission payment may be delayed. That’s almost exclusively a concern if there are very few sales of digital products or certain concerning patterns appear in the purchases. Don’t worry though, you will get your payment in full—just with a small delay. And I’ll keep you up to date if anything like this happens. This, too, has never happened and almost certainly won’t ever happen.
How long does the tracking last?
The tracking pixel lasts 30 days.
Once people opt-in through your affiliate link, the tracking doesn’t expire.
However, the tracking is email-address specific and doesn’t carry over someone unsubscribing and buying after that (except during the first 30 days). There may be other technical limitations, and I manually compensate for those as much as I reasonably can. For example, if someone buys and mentions that they heard about the offer from you, you’ll get the commission, even if there’s no affiliate tracking attached to that person.
Can you see your stats somewhere?
Yes and no. ClickFunnels (which I use for affiliate tracking) does offer an affiliate dashboard. However, ClickFunnels currently only counts commissions for payments made through Stripe. So, the stats in the dashboard aren’t accurate (because PayPal payments aren’t counted). But if you want access to the dashboard, let me know. Otherwise you can expect to hear the numbers from me directly. If you ever want specific numbers, I’m happy to look them up for you.
What other rules are there?
Nothing surprising. Break these rules and I can withhold all future commissions.
- Don’t do anything that could harm me or my brand. So, no lying, exaggerated claims, etc.
- If you suspect fraud, let me know.
- If I need some legal info from you (e.g., VAT ID, company address), you need to provide it to get the commissions.
- If a promotion has a start date and time, don’t start the promotion before that date and time.
The rules can change. If there are any meaningful changes, and I know you’re actively promoting something of mine, I’ll let you know, of course.