Sculpteo offers many 3D printing services, including rapid prototyping, a cloud engine, production with additive manufacturing, all tools needed for 3D printing, support service and numerous applications related to all the sectors (education, healthcare, energy, construction, the automotive industry, etc.) impacted by 3D printing technologies. One new service is Sculpteo’s Affiliate Program. If you use Sculpteo and have a website for your own business, then you can recommend the company to others. What’s in it for you? You can receive a commission on sales — resulting in a program that provides a good way to advertise your 3D prints and Sculpteo’s services and products.
If this sounds like something you would like to try, then there are a few simple steps that need to take place. To get started, create a Sculpteo account and register your PayPal account. (This account will be used to pay your commission each month.) Next, accept the Sculpteo Affiliate Contract. This contract covers all of the terms and conditions governing the Affiliation Program for Traffic Provider between you and Sculpteo. The final step is to email Sculpteo Affiliate Program ([email protected]) and provide your Sculpteo username, your website URL, and a description of your website. Once Sculpteo receives this information, they will create and send you an Associate ID. It will not take too long once you have done all of this to receive your Associate ID.
Your Associate ID allows you to make an affiliate link available on your website or an email. Every time visitors click on this affiliate link, a cookie will be placed in the user’s browser for tracking purposes for 25 days. This cookie will tell Sculpteo that customers came from your website even if they order something several days after clicking on your link. If the visitor orders something, the order is then registered as a sale and you will receive a 7% commission for the sale.
So, when the sale is made, that is when Sculpteo registers your commission and they post money to your PayPal account each month. You make no commission from simply being an affiliate, but you do if that affiliate status leads to sales.
There are numerous ways to embed Sculpteo links into your website to increase traffic to Sculpteo’s site. For example, you can embed a design of a specific Sculpteo product, choosing its size, color, panel borders, viewer technology, and the action generated by a click. Other embedded link options include a 3D viewer, 3D gallery, thumbnail, product frame, purchase module, overlay box, and design queries.
Since registering for the affiliate program is free, why not take the time to link your website or emails to Sculpteo? All Sculpteo purchases leading to your account will be acknowledged and paid for, so it is a win-win situation that doesn’t even take much time or effort to get set up. Are you thinking about doing this? Discuss in the Sculpteo 3D Printing Ads forum over at 3DPB.com.
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