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Last Modified: May 6, 2023
1. Commission rate: Available commissions are set forth in the Affiliate Tool. Commissions may be based on either purchase or first month's value of subscription signup (can be both if for example a customer purchases a standalone item AND signs up for a subscription), and purchase commissions may be calculated based on monthly or annual purchases at the rates set forth in the Affiliate Tool.
a. For purchase commissions, you will receive commission for the first purchase made by a new customer who is not in an active sales process with us at the time of the affiliate link click.
b. The customer needs to be an active customer for the locking period in the Affiliate Tool.
c. Commissions will still be counted if a user starts on one domain and then signs up or purchases on another Brave in Bloom domain.
d. Affiliate links may rely on cookies to track referrals. Therefore if cookies get cleared, we may not be able to track these events.
e. Cookie windows are stated in the Affiliate Tool.
f. Only affiliate links can be used to track referrals. Incorrect use of affiliate links will cause inability to track referrals.
g. You can't be a billing contact or user of the account referred.
h. Fraudulent or stolen attribution is a non-payable event. If we suspect fraud (for example, if we see that signups are all from the same city or IP address) we may require you to prove that the referrals are valid.
There are a number of other limitations that may result in commission not being paid - we encourage you to read the Marketing Affiliate Program Agreement for more information on this.
3. Upgrades/downgrades: You do not receive additional commission if a customer upgrades to a higher tiered product in the future. If a customer downgrades, you will receive the commission associated with that downgrade.
4. Attribution: In the event a single customer clicks two different affiliate links, the last affiliate gets the credit. We do, however, reserve the right to modify this in certain circumstances.
Promoting Brave in Bloom
1. Brave in Bloom branding
Do Not: Use false or misleading statements on the benefits of using Brave in Bloom (e.g. “Cure All Skin Conditions with Brave in Bloom”). Do not modify or adjust the Brave in Bloom wordmark or "Bb" logo in any sort of marketing material you might create, including the creation of any visual badges or dual-logo lockups.
2. What to call yourself
As we have multiple ways to partner with Brave in Bloom and several ways to reference those relationships, here are some guidelines around what you can and cannot call yourself within the Brave in Bloom Affiliate Program.
Do: Say you’re a “Brave in Bloom Marketing Affiliate” or “Marketing Affiliate”.
Do Not: Refer to yourself as a Partner or that you’ve “partnered with Brave in Bloom.” This includes press releases, references in videos, listings on your website, or in any other marketing material you may be using.
3. Buying ads
You will not purchase ads that direct to your site(s) or through an affiliate link that could be considered as competing with Brave in Bloom’s own advertising, including, but not limited to, our branded keywords. If running ads, you need to direct the ad to your own website (and not to braveinbloom.com or a standalone landing page).
Policies that don’t fit into the other buckets
- Survey participation: We would encourage you to participate in any affiliate-specific NPS surveys, industry surveys, marketing surveys, etc. as we request.
- Sharing placements: When requested, you’ll share the places you’ve used your affiliate link. This includes, but is not limited to, links, screenshots, and email sends.
- Purchasing Brave in Bloom yourself: One of the benefits of the Affiliate Program is we don’t require you to purchase Brave in Bloom products. Though if you decide to purchase, we require that you do not use your own affiliate link.
- FTC disclosure: You must be FTC compliant and disclose in a clear way before the affiliate link that you will receive commission if someone clicks through and purchases.