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Tiered Affiliate System (Subaffiliates)

EnvisionForce SEO shared this idea 7 years ago
Under Consideration

Having a tiered affiliate program where affiliates can earn money from other affiliates they refer has been requested for years on the WHMCS forum. Some people's concern about this came from restrictions that PayPal has in regards to multi-level marketing programs. However, I have checked with PayPal and they confirmed that two tier affiliate programs are okay to use. And if you want it to be more than two tiers, then it's better to email their compliance team.

What I am promoting is a simple two tier affiliate program. I would like my normal affiliates to earn $100 per signup and for them to earn $20 per signup that their subaffiliates bring in.

Multi-tiered affiliates programs have a long track record of being beneficial to companies and I think it would greatly benefit both WHMCS customers and WHMCS itself. A feature like this would directly increase the amount of sales made by web hosting companies, which helps out the owner of the web hosting company. However, it simultaneously helps WHMCS.com at the same time because the more money your customers make, the more likely they are to continue paying for the WHMCS software.

Thanks for your consideration and have a great day!

Comments (24)


shweta wrote:

I also need for set up multiple tier affiliation in WHMCS admin?

Is there any solution ?

Currently the only solution is to use a 3rd party affiliate software integrated into WHMCS.


This is something that we might consider to create and release. Feel free to contact us if you need more details.


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