Builderall Affiliate Program Review
Builderall is an online marketing platform that utilises a Software as a Service (SAAS) subscription model. The software includes a drag & drop Website builder, sales funnel templates, email list software and autoresponder, Facebook chatbots and scheduled posting, webinar creation software and various other utilities and tools.
You can earn income promoting Builderall by joining their affiliate program.
This isn’t a software review but for the record, I found the components of the suite to be a mixed bag, some seem pretty useful and others a bit clunky.
Check it out yourself on the link below if you get chance. I’ll move onto the affiliate program review below.
The following post is NOT a software review. It’s a review of the affiliate program structure only. If you aren’t sure what affiliate marketing is, then click here to find out.
I would recommend trying out a software or service before you join the affiliate program. You can try this one out using the button below:
Affiliate Program Details
Cost Per Sale (CPS) – You earn commission when the merchant makes a sale
Builderall is a two tier multi-leveraged affiliate program.
$49.00 per referral followed by a recurring income of 30% per month (approx. $14) while the referred customer remains a Builderall subscriber. You also receive an additional 30% recurring commission for any affiliates they go onto recruit.
5 days after the sale you are eligible for commission. This is paid out on the first Thursday following eligibility for payment.
Browser Session Only
Reasonable Marketing Materials available to affiliates with a set of pre-built sales funnels hosted on the Builderall platform. There are series of training videos (average). Other support includes Facebook groups.
The Builderall Affiliate Program is only available to Builderall Business Subscribers. This subscription costs $49.90 per month. One referral a month would cover this cost.
Pros: Multi-Level commissions. Good Affiliate Program Structure. Potential of Recurring income. Reasonable marketing materials and training.
Cons: Poor cookie life (Session only, meaning if a referred person closes their web browser and returns later in a separate visit then you won’t get the credited commission). You need to be a paying subscriber to be an affiliate.