How to create affiliates links?


Affiliate marketing is performance-based marketing, in which how much a marketer earns depends upon how his/her marketing campaign sold many tickets/products. 

For example, you are the organizer of an event, and you have created your event on AllEvents. You have also enabled and set up ticketing for your event. Now, as part of marketing for your event, if you wish to partner up with someone who has access to the right audience circle, and you think they have the ability to enrich your audience base, then you can add those parties as an affiliate to your event. You will need to decide on their commission rate out of the total ticket amount sold by their campaign.

How and when you pay affiliates their earned commission is entirely up to you. Since affiliates are entities created by the organizer, AllEvents is not liable for any payment issues with its affiliates.

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Creating an Affiliate link
Log In to your AllEvents account and go to My Events.


Find the relevant event and click on  Event across the event to open the Event dashboard.


On the next screen, the Event Dashboard will open and then finally click on Manage Affiliates.


On the subsequent page, Click on Add Affiliate button. 

TIP: You can add multiple affiliates by clicking on Add Affiliate. You only need to provide the email of the affiliate and the commission you wish to give them.


Enter the affiliate's email address and commission(%), then press Add to finish it. 

Once you enter these details, AllEvents will send an email to them with their affiliate link to your event. They need to distribute that link among their networks to get the maximum audience for your event. 

Note: Once an affiliate is created, you won't be able to alter or remove them from the list of distributors. 

See the performance of each tracking link.

To keep track of your affiliate's performance and the amount of commission they earn, you can use the 'Affiliates Sales Report' tab. 

You can also export their marketing activities as an Excel file by clicking on the Download button. 

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