How does the Fiverr affiliate commission plan work? It’s actually quite simple, so you can refer clients to Fiverr with confidence knowing that you’ll earn money from any gigs they purchase. In this guide, we’ll show you exactly how Fiverr’s affiliate program works, what you need to do in order to sign up, and how much you can make.
Fiverr affiliate commission plan?
Fiverr uses a commission based revenue model, meaning affiliates can earn up to 60% of every sale they refer to Fiverr. For example, if you refer a customer that pays $5 for a gig that nets an artist $3, you get $2.40 per gig. For more information on how our referral system works, visit here.
5% Affiliate Commission on all sales from new buyers
It might sound simple, but if you get someone to sign up through your affiliate link to sell a service on Fiverr, you will receive 5% of all sales they make (in addition to their seller payment). That’s on top of whatever service fee they charge. So if you refer someone who sells a $100 gig, you’ll earn an extra $5 right off the bat. And that commission-only increases as time goes on—at no point does it level off or go away. In other words, as long as people keep selling services on Fiverr using your link, there will be commissions in the future! We make it easy for affiliates by providing automatic tracking through our Affiliate Tool and more!
5% Referral Fee on all purchases from clients referred to you by your downline.
Clients that you personally refer to your downline make up one of two revenue streams in a multi-level marketing business. You earn 5% of their sales and you are entitled to 20% of sales sent from your downline as they continue to bring in new business.
This is why it’s called a downline: Your referral link sends new clients to your upline (generally the seller who recruited you), and not directly to you, so there’s an indirect path between most sellers. However, when those new clients become customers, they send an additional 20% of their lifetime earnings from any purchases on Fiverr back up through your upline the seller who recruited them to anyone else above them in their own downline!
4.25% $4.25 for every $100 in sales.
That’s how much Fiverr affiliate commissions are. If a customer makes a purchase and you refer them to us, you get $4.25 of that total transaction ($100). If they sign up as an Affiliate, then your commissions go up to 7%. That’s what Affiliates do: they help other people get their work done on Fiverr. In exchange for sending customers our way, Affiliates earn referral fees which ultimately determine how much they make on each gig they send us.
$0.45 per transaction (only applicable when using Perfect Money, Credit Card, and PayPal payment gateways)
8% + $0.45 for each transaction processed through a Perfect Money, Credit Card or PayPal payment gateway for services marked with a * icon. This commission does not apply to services marked with a ? icon, nor to Skype and Chat services. If you are an Affiliate who uses his own balance to pay for a Gig (referred to as Self-Paying Affiliate), you will get $0.45 per transaction, too! This only applies if your balance has been deposited via Perfect Money or Credit Card and does not apply when you pay from your Fiverr Balance.
10% First Level Recurring Commission (LRC) on all recurring packages your customers purchase as long as their subscription is active
Affiliates earn 10% LRC on all recurring packages your customers purchase as long as their subscription is active. This applies to both 1st and 2nd-level recurring packages. Affiliates will receive 10% of payments, excluding any applicable tax, and without waiting a period of 12 months after they are made. For example, if you have 20 active 1st level recurring packages in your inventory, affiliates will earn a 20% LRC on future 1st level purchases from these customers. You can monitor your LRC totals in your reports under Fees.
10% Second Level Recurring Commission (LRC) on all recurring packages purchased by people you’ve personally referred whose subscriptions are active
If you refer somebody to Fiverr and they purchase a subscription, we’ll pay you 10% of their first month’s recurring subscription payment. If they choose to upgrade from a non-recurring to a recurring package (or if they have purchased a non-recurring package that then automatically upgrades them to a recurring subscription), we’ll also pay you 10% of that second month’s recurring payment too! This happens every time they do an automatic renewal: first, we charge their credit card for the monthly recurring amount; second, we pay you 10% of that. You can see an example here.