Denver-based eBags has joined with affiliate marketer Be Free Inc. to implement a system for tracking and reporting sales and related activity generated by eBags affiliates through its “Ambassador” program.
Be Free’s solution simplifies and automates the process of signing up affiliates. Financial arrangements were not disclosed. eBags is an online retailer of bags and accessories for business, sports, travel, school and fashion.
“Business, sports, travel, fashion, shopping and community sites can all benefit by becoming eBags Ambassadors,” said Jon Nordmark, co-founder and CEO of eBags. “Our relationship with Be Free will provide our Ambassadors the tools they need to grow their revenue share from eBags.”
With Be Free’s BFAST affiliate sales channel solution, an eBags affiliate can generate sales reports on a daily, weekly or monthly basis and monitor commissions earned from sales generated from the affiliate’s site. Commissions range from 7 percent to 10 percent.
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