Using RAP for membership site?

by Sirius Lin 4 replies
I currently use Fantasos (JVManager 2) to run my main membership site. I'm thinking of setting up a few smaller membership sites, mainly for my members to promote as affiliates.

One key advantage that RAP has over Fantasos is that you can let the affiliate earn 100% commission and have the amount deposited into their Paypal account directly. However, I'll need to purchase an additional plugin to enable this feature in RAP.

I've been using Fantasos for a while, so I'm comfortable with it. The downside is that I've to manually pay the affiliates each time.

IMHO, if I were the affiliate, I'll highly prefer instant payment into my account. It's a greater motivator than having to wait for my affiliate paycheque each month. So if I use the RAP setup, I might get more affiliates.

Does anyone have any thoughts on this?

~ Sirius
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  • Profile picture of the author ExRat
    Hi Sirius,
    One key advantage that RAP has over Fantasos is that you can let the affiliate earn 100% commission and have the amount deposited into their Paypal account directly. However, I'll need to purchase an additional plugin to enable this feature in RAP.
    Which plugin do you need to enable this feature?
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    Roger Davis

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    • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
      Great minds think alike!!

      I was pondering this a few days ago. If there's a plugin that does that, I'd sure like to know what it is.

      John
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    • Profile picture of the author Sirius Lin
      Hi Roger,

      RAP comes with the autopay directly into affiliates' account already, but not for a subscription model. For that, you need a plugin that supports continued affiliate commissions for subscriptions. I can't recall the url of the product off the top of my head right now, but it's priced at $67 if I'm not mistaken.

      ~ Sirius
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      • Hi Sirius,

        It wouldn't be possible to do an alternating monthly Paypal subscription - eg one month you get paid, one month they get paid. But you could do a straight split so that they get one subscriber then you get one.

        It should be fairly easy to make such a plugin if the API allows. My Instacash system does this so that I can have affilaites on my membership sites, but Instacash is invitation only and not for general sale.

        Perhaps Amember could be modified to do what you want?
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