No monthly fees
You pick a commission rate you are willing to pay for new customers. You only pay when you get results.
Let's use an example to understand how commissions work on Boost
Your partner directs traffic to your site and a $100 purchase is made.
You are charged a commission of $20 for the new sale.
This commission is split between your referring partner and Boost.
Your referring partner receives 70% of the commission and Boost keeps 30% as a service fee.
The Lowest Customer Acquisition Costs
When you factor in the commissions you’re earning on Boost, you get new customers with the lowest acquisition costs around.
Again, there are no monthly fees to be a part of our community.
It takes only a few minutes to get started.
More details on how money flows with Boost
We charge the commission based on the total product after the discounts are applied. We do not charge commission on shipping or taxes. This is the most favorable price for merchants.
So if the customer purchases $120 worth of products and you offer them a $20 discount, the commissionable amount is $100.
We charge you directly through the Shopify API. We listen for when Shopify tells us the payment has been captured and charge you at that time.
We try everything possible to credit your account directly on Shopify. This is possible for accounts that spend more money paying commissions for new customers than they are making money on referral commissions. When we have excess funds that we can not credit through the Shopify API, we will send the money to you via PayPal. At the end of the month we look at any commissions that are older than 30 days, total the amounts and send the money your way.
Cookies last for 60 days on Boost. This gives you plenty of time to retarget to your new traffic and convert them to customers while still rewarding your partner for sending you traffic.
See our Frequently Asked Questions for non pricing related questions