If there was one clear winning payout type or formula, there’s a good chance we’d only be offering this one specific type ourselves.
So, no, there’s really no universal answer to the question of which payout type is THE best.
Each and every single one of us needs to figure out for ourselves what type of payout fits his or her own needs—and the spending habits of their visitors.
Read more here:
Payout Race: What Horse Are You Betting On?
A commission is the amount of money earned by the affiliate after generating a sale, click-through or lead for the advertiser.
Commission rates are usually defined in the affiliate agreement.
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Revshare, RPS and RS
We offer more than 1000 offers with different payout types.
At CrakRevenue, you will find pay-per-lead (PPL) offers, subdivided into SOI (Single Opt-In) and DOI (Double Opt-In), pay-per-sale (PPS), Click-per-Install (CPI) and RevShare programs available to promote.
Because you are joining a group of Webmasters who generate large volumes of leads, you will have access to higher payouts. The more quality traffic you send, the more we will be able to raise your payout.
Revshare — sometimes labeled as RS or RPS — stands for Revenue Sharing.
At CrakRevenue there are 2 types of Revshare programs:
1) Revshare Lifetime
When you promote a Revshare lifetime offer, it means you get a percentage of whatever your user spends — anytime your user spends anything.
Revshare Lifetime income is for the lifetime of the user you refer and it never expires.
Example: If you are promoting a Lifetime Revshare Cam offer, and the user registers for free, you receive no commission for this lead. You would only receive a commission if this lead of yours eventually decided on upgrading their account and purchases “tokens” or “credits.” If the token or credit package costs $19.99, you would receive X% of that number, and this would be your Revshare earnings on that particular amount.
When you promote any Revshare offer, it means you receive a promised percentage of the commissions paid by your traffic, from the advertiser.
This means that the commission paid is shared by CrakRevenue and its affiliates.
Example: If you are promoting a Revshare Nutra offer, and your user purchases a bunch of products, you receive a percentage of the commission paid by the advertiser: The commissions are shared between CrakRevenue and you. If your user spendings are $100 for instance, and the payout offered is set at 80% Revshare, you’ll receive $80 by of the payout.
For examples on how profitable Revshare offers can become, please see:
3 RevShare Rationales That Lead to Skinny-Wallet Syndrome
Rev-up Your Earnings, Permanently!