Appropriate commission % for marketing websites and related apps

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Hi all
A web development company is offering me commission-only work for marketing their products (commercial websites and related applications, I reckon mostly for the food industry). I've been writing ads for family and friends with great success most of the times, sometimes charging sometimes for free. How much do you reckon is a fair percentage for this kind of work? Would it also depend on the industry (other than food, etc)?
Thanks guys
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  • Profile picture of the author andr3w84
    If anyone has done or currently does this kind of work, your feedback would be greatly appreciated. Just a rough estimation would be fine, eg 5 vs 25 vs 50% commission for selling websites/apps.
    Thanks again
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  • Profile picture of the author charity4Uall
    The last affiliate program I looked at cost $60 to join and paid out affiliate commissions on referrals over 5 levels. $10, 8, 6, 4, 2.

    Not the most lucrative for marketing purposes but it is an option worth considering in my opinion.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    whatever percentage meets your income requirements. It is hard to give a definitive answer without knowing prices and whatnot


    A bar of iron cost $5. Made into horseshoes, it's worth $12. Made into needles, it's worth $3500. Made into balance springs for watches, it's worth $300,000. Your value is determined by what you are able to make of yourself

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