Hi Associates – okay, here comes the good news! Our GearBest Associate Team has decided to increase the commission rate for our Low Price Products (i.e. those priced from $0.01-$5.00). The commission rate will now be up to 50% ( New Customers Only)! Please note: this change will come into effect from July 10th @ 02:00 UTC to August 1st @ 02:00 UTC.
The Specific Commission Structure is as follows:
For products priced from $0.01 to $1.00 (inclusive), the commission rate increases to 50%;
For products priced from $1.01 to $2.00 (inclusive), the commission rate increases to 30%;
For products priced from $2.01 to $5.00 (inclusive), the commission rate increases to 20%.
Note: This upgraded commission structure only applies for New Customers, sales via Existing Customers adhere to the previous commission rate.
Let’s take a look at an example: For existing customers, if you sell a Bat Hand Spinner Fidget Toy priced at $1.39 on GearBest, the most commission you could earn was $0.11, but now, for new customers, you can earn $0.42 with a massive 30% commission rate! That is almost FOUR times more commission on each sale!
Now you will never have to worry about earning enough because you’re selling low price products – even better, new customers are the ones who tend to be attracted the most to affordable items as they’re priced for impulse buying!
We think you already noticed that Low Price products always play an important role in attracting New Buyers. And the data absolutely backs this up! Low Price Products are much easier to catch a customer’s attention with, especially if the item is in a hot category. So by selling Low Price Products, you will attract many more new customers to expand the market and boost your sales further along the line!
Even better, our New Customers Incentive Campaign is still ongoing! So you are also eligible to get the Incentive Bonus if you reach your New Customers goal! Even more money can be earned!
I believe that this new policy will be wonderful for our Awesome Associates! What do you think?