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Cashback Support Email: cashback@funded.today

What are the rules or prohibitions for getting other people to back a project using my link? (IMPORTANT)

 

Can I receive cashback on a project if I didn’t use my link?

 

Unfortunately you can’t. Pledges are tracked based on the last referrer source. To get cashback on any pledges you generate, your link needs to be the last referral before the purchase takes place.

How do I redeem my earnings?

 

All earnings must be redeemed through PayPal. If you don’t have a PayPal account you will be unable to redeem your earnings at this time.

Is there a minimum balance I need before I can withdraw money?

 

Yes. To withdraw money, you need at least a $20 balance.

Are there any processing fees for withdrawing money?

 

Nope.

How long does it take for visitors and pledges to show up in the dashboard?

 

Visitors and pledges are updated once per hour. For some projects that have substantial volume in terms of visits and pledges, the data can be delayed. In such cases, the data can take up to 24 hours to update.

What are pending earnings? And how long do I need to wait to receive those earnings?

 

On Kickstarter you need to wait 15 days after the campaign is over for your earnings to be available. During this time, Kickstarter pledges will have a status of “Pending” and will not be available for withdrawal. Pending earnings are pledges that have not yet processed. Kickstarter doesn’t charge the backers until a project is over. As you might expect, we don’t pay cashback on pledges that haven’t been charged. After a Kickstarter project is over, there will be some cards that fail to process. Kickstarter will periodically try to charge these cards for the next 14 days. After 14 days, Kickstarter will generate a list of pledges that did not go through. We check this list of failed pledges against any pledges generated from the cashback network. Any pledges you generated that failed to charge will be reduced to $0. All other pledges will change from pending to posted. Posted pledges are then available for redemption.

What do EPV and CR stand for?

 

These are marketing metrics that stand for Earnings Per Visitor and Conversion Rate. If you use the Funded Today Cashback Program primarily for your own personal use, these metrics aren’t too important. However, if you use the Funded Today Cashback Program to generate income by getting other people to pledge for products on Kickstarter or Indiegogo, these metrics are very useful. These metrics can help you identify what products are best at generating sales and pledges. EPV, or Earnings Per Visitor, tells you how much each visitor on average generates in sales. For example, if you get 100 people to visit a project and 3 people make a pledge for $50, this would be $150 in pledges. The Earnings Per Visitor in this example would be $1.50. The math for calculating EPV is (pledges / visitors), which in this example is $150 in pledges / 100 visitors. So if you see a project with an EPV of $1.50, you would know that on average, each visitor to that specific project generates $1.50 in pledges. CR, or Conversion Rate, tells you what percentage of visitors make a pledge. For example, if you get 100 people to visit a project, and 3 people make a pledge, the conversion rate would be 3%. The math for calculating CR is (sales / visitors), which in this example is 3 pledges / 100 visitors. So if you see a project has a CR of 3%, you would know that on average, 3 out of every 100 visitors make a pledge. When viewing the EPV and CR data in your Dashboard, the EPV and CR are only calculated based on visitors from your tracking link. For example, if you are the only person who has clicked on your tracking link for a given project, and you immediately make a pledge, say for $50, the EPV would be $50 and the CR would be 100%. When viewing the EPV and CR data in the Marketplace, the EPV and CR are calculated based on all traffic to that project. Let’s say a project has 55 different sources of traffic: Huffington Post, New York Times, Facebook, etc…. The EPV and CR in the Markerplace are calculated based on the combined data of all these traffic sources. It’s important to note that different sources of traffic will convert at different rates. For example, for a given project, traffic from Huffington Post might have an EPV of $3.90 and a CR of 2.34%, traffic from New York Times might have an EPV of $2.40 and a CR of 3.25%, and traffic from people sharing that campaign on facebook might have an EPV of $5.32 and a CR of 3.11%. Every source of traffic, for every project, will have different EPVs and CRs. When looking at the EPV and CR for different projects in the Marketplace, do not expect that the EPV and CR for visitors you send will be the same. Traffic you send may have a higher or a lower EPV and CR.

Do you have an affiliate program for referring clients for your services?

 

Yes, Funded Today does have an affiliate program for clients you refer over. Please watch this video for a brief description for how it works and how to sign up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CETPVFzzWI

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