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Affiliate managers

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by EpicApps, Jul 11, 2016.

  1. EpicApps

    EpicApps Junior Member

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    Hope someone can give me some good advice, we are adding a CPA affiliate program to our gaming site, we've been offered by 1 company to have them provide a full time affiliate manager but I want to compare that with what affiliate managers normally work for.

    How are AM's normally paid? Are they given a salary to go out and find affiliates or do they get a cut of commissions, if they get a cut what kind of percentage do I have to offer them?

    Any feedback or advice would be great. Thanks
     
  2. Solli

    Solli BANNED BANNED

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    I believe the managers get 30% and the publishers 70% of the commissions usually
     
  3. affiliatemoney

    affiliatemoney Newbie

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    Sadly, affiliate mangers don't get much.. Base salary + 2-5% (tiers) of profits they generate is normal for larger networks.
     
  4. Xtreme Ads

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    haha, another vastly broad and incorrect assumption.

    They get paid base salary + performance bonus and it's a tiered system and there is no fix 2-5%.

    Get your facts right - it depends on the company policy, their margins and also on the performance of their affiliates managers.
     
  5. affiliatemoney

    affiliatemoney Newbie

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    Obviously it depends on the company.. He asked generally, and I said "is normal for larger networks"... Not "is the compensation for every network". Learn to read Captain Obvious!

    Btw.. Why are you commenting on every post I make? I must have hurt your sensitive little feelings somewhere... Or you must have a crush on me, but I don't swing that way LOL..
     
  6. Gallag97

    Gallag97 Junior Member

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    AM'S are usually paid through commission. It could vary that the AM will get 20% and the publisher 80%. or 30% and the publisher 70%. It depends on the people and what agreement are they able to come down to.
     
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  7. lingy21

    lingy21 Junior Member

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    I used to work as a gambling affiliate manager and was paid a yearly salary + monthly commission that was worked out on the amount of depositing players my accounts generated.