Standard Affiliate Agreement

A sponsorship contract can be simple or complex depending on the type of sponsorship. It is imperative to outline the rules and the overall structure of the two agreements. Be aware of the general purpose and terms of the agreement, such as commissions, as well as specific conditions such as restricted trademark conditions. “Affiliate” – The company, the individual or corporation that applies or participates in the affiliate program, or displays FatCow`s products and services and/or promotions on its website or by any other means using an affiliate tracking code in exchange for a FatCow commission on sales resulting directly from such an announcement. The first thing that is included in an affiliate agreement, like all agreements, is a clear indication between which exactly the agreement exists. As mentioned above, you need to know if the person who pays and the person who is paid is either an individual or a business. Both are able to enter into affiliation agreements with each other. You should have the full legal name and contact details of the person or company in the agreement itself. This affiliation agreement (“agreement”) contains the terms and conditions between you and FatCow regarding your application and participation in the FatCow affiliate program (the “affiliate program”) as a fatCow partner (an “affiliate”) and the creation of links from your website to our website www.FatCow.com. You cannot create, publish, publish or distribute mass e-mail messages (also known as “SPAM”) without FatCow`s prior written consent, which are granted or denied at your discretion by FatCow.

In addition, you can only send emails containing a FatCow affiliate link and a message about the FatCow or FatCow Partnership Program to people who have previously agreed to receive such notifications. Your failure to comply with this Section 14, the 2003 SPAM LOI, our anti-spam policy and all applicable e-mail communications laws is considered by you to be a major violation of this agreement and leads you to retain all commission rights and termination of your participation in the affiliate program. If your account has excessive clicks in a very short period of time, as determined by FatCow at its sole discretion, the affiliate relationship may be broken. The model for affiliate agreements should also include an overview of the initial and current responsibilities of the affiliate and the company. For example, is the affiliate responsible for maintaining a certain level of brand consistency and how it writes about the company or presents it? Are they responsible for reporting certain performance indicators to the company? Is the company itself responsible for providing related companies with continuous support, resources or performance metrics that help them succeed? These are all things that should be taken into account before creating an affiliate program itself, but once decided, it will be valuable to outline clearly in the agreement itself. U.S. affiliation agreements are governed by specific federal laws and national laws that cover general treaty principles such as education and mutual understanding. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) oversees the disclosure of subsidiaries.