Rewards Network

Rewards…..

How can we make them work?

How can we make sure this is viable and worth while to everyone?

Well, from our background in creating and running Sales Team and Affiliate Programmes, we feel that we have put together here a great programme.

So, the question is how we deliver, track, implement and reward – well creating a coding solution is the most plain and simple way…..

Let’s look at the structure – you need to have something gives people an incentive but is also measurable, whether they Senior Management, Middle Management, Staff, Consultants, Partners or Affiliates. Thus meaning, you will be able to see at every level of the business, what each person has done to deliver growth to Scredible.

Thus by delivering the levels based on arrivals, positions, introductions and layers then we can build up a great way to see how and who the customer base have come from:-

Arrival – this is the year of involvement/arrival within Scredible

Position – this can be whether they are Board Member, Senior Management, Middle Management, Staff, Consultants, Partners, Affiliates

Introductions – this can be the year of arrival and start date of using Scredible

Layers – This can be the way to keep track who brings people on board and the mount each year

Thus, using Thomas as an example:-

Arrival – 13 (2013)

Position – BM – Board Member

Introduction – 2013 – Year of introduction

Layer – 0001 – the number allocated to the person coming on board

Thus my discount code for joining and given to me by Thomas would 13BM20140001. All signup’s that I do, will be given this code. So, based on say a monthly fee of £9.95 per month:-

– If someone signs up on online, they pay £9.95per month

– If they sign up via myself, they pay £8.45 per month using my code of 13BM2014001

– By running a report and using my code of 13BM20140001, I receive £1.50 per account per month

– By running a report and using my code of 13BM20140001, Thomas receives £0.50 per account per month

As we are now in 2014, all introductions given by Thomas, will get a code of 13BM2014xxxx. This gives Thomas the opportunity of introducing 9,999 people per year. When I start to introduce people, my details will be:-

Arrival – 13 (2013)

Position – MM – Middle Management

Introduction – 2014 – Year of introduction – ie changed to this year to identify how many signup’s/introductions I did in 2014

Layer – 0001 – the number allocated to the person coming on board

So, my code that I issue to people as introducers would be 13MM20140001 and:-

– If someone signs up on online, they pay £9.95per month

– If they sign up via my introducers, they pay £8.45 per month using my code of 13MM20140001

– By running a report and using my code of 13BM2014001, they receive £1.50 per account per month

– By running a report and using my code of 13BM2014001, I receives £0.50 per account per month

This whole process never goes beyond three layers meaning:-

Thomas introduces me and I introduce someone who signs up customers, Thomas gets £0.50, I get £0.50 and the person I introduced who signs a client up, they get £1.50. In total, from the sign-up of £8.45 per month, £2.50 is paid out in commissions and Scredible gets £5.95 per month.

If the person I introduced, signs someone up, then the payment structure is:-

Thomas introduces me and I introduce someone who then signs someone up who signs up customers, Thomas gets £0.00, I get £0.50 and the person I introduced get’s £0.50 and the person they signed up gets £1.50. In total, from the sign-up of £8.45 per month, £2.50 is paid out in commissions and Scredible gets £5.95 per month.

Thus, if we get this all formalised over the next month’s, then we have this in place for Warren House event at the end of April/beginning of May 2014.