Do you have a website with related content1, or a social network with some followers?
With your member-specific referral links you can help us promote our free .net library finaquant® protos and earn $5 referral fee for each contributing member2 you bring in. With this non-commercial .net library we target especially students and scientists. See below for more information. Campaign start date: 12. February 2013
Total number of unique visitors and members that came in through the referral links of all finaquant members, as of 21. May 2013
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How do I earn referral fees?
- You place your member-specific referral link in a website or newsletter to promote finaquant® protos. Please stay away from any kind of link or email spamming; all links must be decent and legitimate.
- If a user comes through your referral link to finaquant.com he/she becomes a visitor for you.
- If your visitor registers at finaquant.com (typically to download MS Visual project FinaquantProtosStarter) within 2 weeks after the first visit he/she becomes a registered member for you.
- If your registered member contributes to the product forum for finaquant® protos he/she becomes a contributing member for you and you earn $5 for each contributing member.
- In order to become a contributing member a user must have (a) at least 2 valid forum posts, and (b) the time interval between this first and last valid posts must be over 30 days. A valid post is a post which is at least 15 days old; all junk posts are either deleted or shifted to another category within 15 days.
- Referral fees are paid at the end of each year to your PayPal email. You can update your PayPal email in your member profile under Additional Profile Fields.
- We have an elaborate tracking and logging system. The users who create artificial members and posts will not be eligible for any referral fees; even if they have some real contributors.
Questions & Answers
- Why do you want us promote a non-commercial product?
In order to reach a wide user audience -especially students and scientists- as quickly as possible. A wide audience can inspire us for new ideas and product improvements.
- Will finaquant® protos ultimatelly become a commercial product?
No, finaquant® protos will always be non-commercial and freely available. Its commercial cousin finaquant® calcs with some additional business-related features will be marketed to small and medium sized companies with a self-service philosophy.
- How can I best promote finaquant® protos?
By placing referral links in your an article that explains your own experience about the practical use of this library for an interesting application. With your comments and suggestions as a user you can also help us improve the product so that it becomes more user-friendly and promotable within time.
- For how many contributing members will you pay referral fees?
We reserved a budget of $6000 for 1200 contributing members. The campaign will possibly be extended depending on the budget and success.
- Can you track users with cookie-disabled browsers?
No, our referral system can only track users with cookie-enabled browsers.
- Why should a visitor register at finaquant.com?
If a user is really interested in finaquant® protos he/she will probably register (a) in order to download the Visual Studio project FinaquantProtosStarter with demo functions and open-source DataTable extensions (b) in order to post comments or questions to the related product forum for finaquant® protos.
- Related content: Data analytics or analysis, statistical estimations, table and matrix calculations, table valued functions, calculation engines, function trees, reporting, .net libraries, numerical software … [↩]
- Contributing members: Members with at least 2 valid forum posts for finaquant® protos with an additional time interval condition. [↩]