What Are Recurring Payments In Affiliate Programs?

February 14, 2013 0 Comments

As its name implies, these are recurring payments (also known as a continuous payment) from sales that occur automatically over and over – for example, if a membership fee will be due the customer’s account is debited automatically, usually once a week or on a monthly basis (depending on the plan) and the product or service is delivered until the customer cancels his membership.

It’s so easy for retailers, customers and affiliates.

All you have to do is find the customers and convince them only once and you will as long as the customer remains a member, paid month after month.

This is really an easy passive affiliate income for you!

Some providers offer recurring payments and some only pay a one-time lump sum payment. So make sure when you apply for programs that they will pay you every month, as long as the customer remains a member.

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