Our Club Collaborators program is designed to promote a truly collaborative spirit in which both parties benefit. There are just a few things we ask you to be aware of. By accepting these Terms, you agree to the following:
- Commission will be calculated on the final cost of the sale, minus any discounts applied, taxes and shipping costs. The commission amount will be stated in your Club Collaborator welcome email. Club Backdrops reserve the right to alter this commission amount, and if so, any changes will be communicated to the Collaborator via email.
- Commissions will be paid on the 1st of every month.
- Commissions are valid on all products on the Club Backdrops website.
- Any free backdrops will be provided on an ad hoc basis based on past performance and as negotiated with Club Backdrops and the Collaborator.
- On receipt of free backdrops, the Collaborator is required to maintain an acceptable level of promotion. For image content collaborations, a good benchmark would be to post at least 2-3 images per free backdrop within a month or so of receiving them. For traffic collaborations, we'd ask to see your content piece live within a month or so of receiving them. Failure to maintain this standard will simply lead to the termination of the collaboration.
- The Collaborator agrees to make available any image content created using free backdrops to Club Backdrops for use on their social channels and website. Club Backdrops agrees to reference the collaborator wherever their images are used.
- Collaborator coupon codes can be redeemed by the Collaborator's followers on the Club Backdrops website. The discount amount will be stated in your Club Collaborator welcome email. Club Backdrops reserve the right to alter this discount amount, and if so, any changes will be communicated to the Collaborator via email.
- Coupon abuse will not be tolerated (i.e. posting unique discount codes on coupon/voucher sites) and will result in termination of the collaboration.
- Collaborators are responsible for acting within their local laws in regards to promoting paid-for content (e.g. adhering to laws laid out by the Office of Fair Trade).