Advertiser Guide for ‘Revenue Share’

What is Revenue Share?

Revenue sharing is the distribution of profits and losses between stakeholders, who could be general partners (and limited partners in a limited partnership), a company's employees, or between companies in a business alliance.

Revenue sharing in Internet marketing is also known as cost per sale, in which the cost of advertising is determined by the revenue generated as a result of the advertisement itself. This method accounts for about 80% of Affiliate Marketing programs, primarily dominated by online retailers such as Amazon and eBay.

Our Model:

DCMnetwork works on an 80/20 model which means 80% will go to the publisher who gets you the sale and 20% to DCMnetwork.

Example:

If you work on 40% revenue share, this means you give 40% to publishers. You will need to increase the commission by 20% so that DCMnetwork can give their publishers the same 40% that they might get when working directly with you. The commission for DCMnetwork will then be 48%. 

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