Sep 182013
 

why gdiWhat are commissions?

Commissions are what you earn from assigning new members to your downline. You can think of this as income from referring someone to GDI.

How do I earn commissions with GDI?

You earn commissions for any sale referred through your affiliate link up to five layers deep.

When will I get my commissions?

Commission payouts are sent on or before the 15th of every month provided your commission balance meets your selected minimum payout amount. The lowest minimum payout limit you can select is $10 USD. Commission totals less than your selected minimum payout amount will be carried over until such time as your balance meets your selected minimum.

How are commissions paid out?

GDI currently offers commissions payments by mailed check, bank wire or PayPal. You can change how you receive commissions by logging in to your Members Area and navigating to Preferred Commissions. Here you can select how you will be paid out as well as several other options.

May 032013
 

premium affiliateWe talked about the benefits of being a basic affiliate on Wednesday, now it’s time to talk about the benefits of GDI’s Premium offering. Our Premium offering is for those affiliates who want more form their products and services and the chance to make more money. The best parts of being a Premium affiliate are listed below. Find out if it’s right for you or your downline.

Premium Commissions

The biggest draw of Premium is the chance to earn even bigger commissions. With Premium, GDI will pay out 75% of the revenue from Premium customers. That means 4 to 14 times larger commissions on GDI Premium customers in your five level downline.

Daily Ticket in GDI Lottery

If you follow us on Twitter, chances are you’ve seen our daily announcement of the winners of the GDI Premium Lottery. Winners receive new trial signups who do not yet have a sponsor. We select three winners daily. This means more downline building potential without any extra work.

Domain Privacy

Who doesn’t want more privacy online? Domain privacy prevents your personal information from displaying in the public whois. The law requires accurate and verifiable whois information for your domain at all times. GDI changes the information to our own, while you still retain ownership of the domain. This service is free with your Premium status.

Increased Storage     

Your SiteBuilder Gallery, Webmail, and Hosting all have increased storage with your Premium upgrade. This includes 50 email addresses (as opposed to 10 with basic) and 5GB of storage for your GDI email. SiteBuilder storage increases from 100MB to 1GB and hosting storage also increases from 100MB to 1GB. If storage is a priority, Premium is right for you.

Dec 092011
 

How often will I receive commissions?
Commission payouts are sent on or before the 15th of every month provided your commission balance meets your selected minimum payout amount. The lowest minimum payout limit you can select is $10 USD. Commission totals less than your selected minimum payout amount will be carried over until such time as your balance meets your selected minimum.

What methods can I select from to receive commissions?
We currently offer commissions payments by mailed check, bank wire, or PayPal.

Where can I change how commissions are paid to me?
You may update your Preferred Commission Method and Minimum Payout Amount at any time from within your account. Simply click the Preferred Commission link along the left edge of our WebSite.

What happens to unpaid commissions if I deactivate my account?
All unpaid commissions (if any) are automatically forfeited if you deactivate your account.

Where can I update my payment information?
This is also changed from within “Account Info”. Scroll down to the bottom of the page where you will see the “Preferred Payment Method” section.

As an Affiliate, do I need to send in any paperwork?
Yes. The required simple documentation can easily be accessed from within your account. However, you may begin building your business immediately (before we receive your documents).