WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. — Cam site Flirt4Free announced today that it recently unveiled an “innovative" upgrade to its affiliate program.
“The Member Bonus Program” rewards models in two ways — for bringing new members to the site via a custom link and by getting guest users to register through their room.
All Flirt4Free models are automatically eligible for participation in the site’s Member Bonus Program.
"Our new Member Bonus Program is all about big profits, ease of use and a great user experience," Flirt4Free Product Director Jamie Rodriguez said. "We know models don't always have the time or resources to be a traditional affiliate but still can have the potential to earn from referring users."
Rodriguez said the first way the program works is by bringing new users to the site.
This method pays when a model get someone who doesn’t have an account to create one through a custom link that models are encouraged to use on social media and on their websites, she said. If the unregistered user who clicks the link has not already been referred by someone else, and signs up through the link, that fan will be attributed to that particular model’s account and the model will be paid out 100 percent bonus credits on whatever amount they spend on him or her.
Rodriguez said the second part of the Member Bonus Program pays when unregistered users register with the site directly through a model’s room. When a guest user registers directly from the model’s live room they will be associated with that model’s account, which will earn the model five percent bonus credits on the total amount that user spends on him or her for the next consecutive 14 days after registration.
Flirt4Free’s Member Bonus Program, Rodriguez said, actively encourages models to bring in and keep their fans close, a community-mindedness which has always been a staple of the Flirt4Free brand.
“With this program we're able to reward our broadcasters for their strong relationships and great brand stewardship," Rodriguez said. “We're excited to see with our new program how much it can help contribute to our broadcasters earnings."