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Visit www.elearning.law/affiliate to sign up as an affiliate for Foreclosure.Win.

How the Affiliate Program Works

Our affiliate program is run through our eLearning course website that is located at www.eLearning.Law.  We maintain other sales pages, such as foreclosure.win which ultimately lead to a sale from elearning.law.  Therefore, the affiliate program is run and maintained through elearning.law.  Once signed up through eLearning.law, you will be provided an affiliate code and specific landing page on eLearning.Law that will record the visit by placing a cookie through their browser. They will then be redirected to the relevant sales page, with that cookie remaining in place in accordance with these terms.  Thereafter, when the visitor ultimately purchases through eLearning.law, you will receive credit for that sale. 

Please see eLearning.Law’s terms regarding affiliates as they will be most up to date.  However, this information will provide you a solid understanding of the program:

  1. Affiliates do not need to be course creators or students.   Anyone who wants to earn commissions from the sale of eLearning.Law’s courses can sign up for our (20%) commission rate from eLearning.Law.
  2. The commission is paid on all future purchases by the user with no expiration date.
  3. As an Affiliate, you have the ability to earn commissions by promoting courses and bringing in new students to our site.  Understanding exactly how eLearning.Law tracks affiliate associations and commissions can help you get the most of that relationship, and ensure that you get appropriate credit for the extra business you are generating.
  4. eLearning.Law uses custom URL website links to track who has sent a new student to a site; these links are specific URLs that include your unique Affiliate Code, and you will have access to URLs for individual courses, as well as a general homepage link. Whenever a new visitor arrives at the site through one of these links, their browser saves a cookie with a record of your code, which lasts for 30 days — if that student signs up at any time during that next month, they will be counted as one of your referrals. From that point on, courses they buy will earn you a commission, based on the terms of your affiliate agreement.

Getting Set Up 

Affiliates are set up as regular users of www.eLearning.law, and so have their own login and password. You must sign up at www.eLearning.law/affiliate.  Email support@elearning.law to help if you are having any problem.

An affiliate account is mostly the same as a student account, but it does include an additional menu with specific information related to your role as an Affiliate.

Pay Day

You get paid the first day of the following month following the sale to pay you commissions.  For example, all payments process all payouts from June will be paid at the beginning of August. This is in case the customer requests a refund during that time (any customer refunds will be removed from the affiliate’s commission automatically).   

How to Find Your Affiliate Referral Code

  1. Login to your account
  2. Click Your Affiliate Links
  3. The referral code will appear at the end of all links listed
  4. It will be formatted like this: ref=XXXXXX
  5. You should then update the URL link to reflect: https://www.elearning.law/bundles/FC-Affiliate-Redirect  
  6. This redirect will place a cookie on the user and direct them to the mail sales page (external link), which is at www.foreclosure.win.

Additional Guidelines

  1. The first time a visitor accesses your site must be through an affiliate link.
  2. If it is the first time a visitor has accessed your site, a cookie will be saved in their browser that includes the Affiliate's referral code; this cookie will last for 30 days.
  3. The visitor must sign up for an account within 30 days in the same browser (with the saved cookie) to be associated with the affiliate.
  4. The affiliate cookie lasts for 30 days and is not overwritten or renewed if the visitor accesses your site through another affiliate link within that 30 days. The cookie expiration date will remain the same.
  5. The visitor does not need to make a purchase right away. If they simply sign up for an account or for a free course, they will still be associated with that Affiliate for future purchases.
  6. If the cookie has expired and the visitor returns to the site, a new cookie will be created. For example, if a student visits a site through an affiliate link and never signs up, then 31 days later, visits through the same affiliate link, a new cookie is saved that includes the Affiliate referral code.

Timing Issues

Because the tracking cookie only cares about the first visit (in a 30-day period), an Affiliate will not get credit for a student sign-up if that student had already visited your site prior to engaging with the affiliate. This is true even if the student later uses the affiliate link when actually enrolling in the course.

Cookie Trouble

Because cookies are browser-specific, you can run into problems if the visitor eventually signs up from a different browser than the one they were using when they first visited. This will only be a problem if they do not find the site via the same Affiliate link on the new browser.

If the student ends up having to clear their browser cache or otherwise reset their cookies at some point between first visiting the site and signing up, then returns to the site without using the original Affiliate link — e.g. because they have bookmarked it, intending to sign up later — they may not end up associated with the Affiliate.

A student account that you create manually from your Admin Dashboard will not be associated with an Affiliate, even if you later sign that account up for a course using an affiliate link.