So tell me about this affiliate program.
Well hey, ok! I’m excited to offer Sassy Suite Affiliates the opportunity to earn a little coin on any eligible video courses you sell through your own personal affiliate link.
Can anyone be a Sassy Suite Affiliate?
Nope, it’s a privilege we reserve for clients who have purchased any of our video courses, live coaching, or boot camp training. It’s a perk of investing in yourself by investing in Sassy Suite! And when you invest in us, we invest in you, too.
How much will I make?
You will make 10% back on any sales purchased through your link from the Sassy Suite website. This includes any pre-recorded video course programs! Holla! And the more you sell, the more you’ll make! Share more, earn more.
- Everyone starts at 10% affiliate commission.
- Once you hit $250 in earnings, you’ll automatically bump up to 15% commission.
- Hit $500 in earnings, bump up to 20% commission.
- Hit $1000 in earnings, bump up to 25% commission, and stay there for-eva!
Is there anything that is not eligible for affiliate commission?
Affiliate commissions apply only to pre-recorded video course programs. Personal purchases, live coaching, team training, swag, and subscription-based groups are not eligible for affiliate referrals.
Sounds awesome. How do I sign up?
Easy peasy. If you have a Sassy Suite account already, go ahead and log in. Then click here to apply to become an affiliate. If you don’t have a Sassy Suite account yet, no problem. Just click here to apply.
I’m filling out my application. What website should I enter?
The website refers to where you will promote Sassy Suite courses or services. If you do not have your own personal website or blog, you can list a Facebook fan page or VIP group.
What Sassy Suite courses can I promote?
Any video-based courses sold on this site are eligible for affiliate referrals. Live coaching sessions (group or private) are not included in the affiliate program.
Where do I find my affiliate link?
Click here to log into your affiliate area, then click on Affiliate URL.
Can I create custom affiliate links?
You certainly can. Watch this video for instructions on the entire affiliate registration process, including how to create custom affiliate links for specific courses.
How can I share my affiliate link?
You can email it, you can post it on social media, and send it via private message. You can add a link to the sidebar of your blog or website. You can run paid ads. Just don’t be spammy about it. Because no one likes spam.
Is there anywhere I can’t post my link?
Yup. You cannot post your link in any Sassy Suite administered social channels, including but not limited to: The Socialite Suite, Suite Retreats, Suite Bloggers, Suite SassyPants, Junior Suite, Boot Camp groups, or Admin groups.
Who can I sell to?
Friends, family, team members, upline, downline, sideline, anyone who is a small business owner or direct seller who you think would benefit from social media training services provided by Sassy Suite.
How does the affiliate link work?
When someone clicks on your specific link, a ‘cookie’ is placed on the browser and when any Sassy Suite courses are ordered through your affiliate link, you are credited with the order.
How long is the ‘cookie’ active?
30-days, and it’s device-specific. Meaning, if someone uses your affiliate link on a computer but then moves to mobile, they would need to open your affiliate link again.
How will I get paid?
Through PayPal, on the first business day of the month. Please make sure that your PayPal email is always up to date. Log in and make sure it’s updated. Because I really want to pay you!
Is there a minimum or maximum I can get paid?
No and no. You’ll earn on whatever you sell.
Do I have to provide support to anyone who uses my affiliate link?
Nope, isn’t that glorious? We will provide all the support to anyone who purchases on your affiliate link, as they will then become a Sassy Suite client, and eligible to create their own affiliate link.
Are there any special rules about disclosing that I’m an affiliate?
As a matter of fact, there are. If you’re in the US, check out the FTC’s website (Federal Trade Commission) for their endorsement guidelines and how you should disclose your affiliate status. If you are outside the US, check with your country’s regulating organization on consumer protection.
Wait, I have more questions!
All questions, help, and issues can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.