How does the Agesha tour affiliate program work?
What is called an “affiliate program” or “associate program” is a relationship in which a merchant pays (the “affiliate”) for links through his site to visit our site and when reservation has made. Usually, the affiliate is paid only when an actual sale is made by the merchant as a result of link. Affiliate place links and banners on their sites that send customers to the Agesha tours website. Affiliates are paid a commission on any resulting sales of eligible products purchase.
This kind of advertising is called Pay per Action (PPA), since the affiliate isn’t paid for carrying the merchant’s advertising link or on his site, but only when a visitor performs a certain action (visits, fills out a form, and makes a purchase).
To give you an idea of how this works in action, I’ll describe program briefly. While you visit through different booking engine example Expidia, Hotel.com and I-booking on their site and are assigned an ID.
Let’s say when you want to book your trip through third party to sell your reservation with our company by looking booking conditions.
When the visitor clicks on the link, then the conformation letter will be sent to the traveler by fulfilling the payment requirement based on the term and condition. At the same time my assigned ID will be recorded (an arbitrary number assigned to each visitor every time he enters the site), so that if the visitor makes any purchases on that session, I will be credited with their purchase.
One of the reasons affiliate programs are so popular is that that offer a win-win situation for both merchant and affiliate.