A week before the chaos of online sales erupts, we spoke with Keegan McMullin from the Collin Street Bakery. We’ve been hyping this new affiliate program for a good reason. Affiliates will earn money by promoting the products—especially the DeLuxe fruitcake.
They have an impeccable eye for design. Their house has the sharpest-looking version of your everyday household object. They are your home decor enthusiast friend, and this gift guide is for them. From tabletop fire places to retro-feeling espresso makers to colorful, whimsical cuckoo clocks, Apogee has a great roster of clients.
In 2015, I added a modest two-tier model to all of the programs we manage at Apogee. Twelve years ago, two-tier commissions were popular but in decline. I brought them back to Apogee-managed programs, and today, the default two-tier commission is a $2 flat payout when a referred application is approved. We’ve paid out 100 bonuses this year.
When I say Fruitcake is the Money, I’m specifically talking to the affiliates in the Collin Street Bakery affiliate program on ShareASale. An instant success when launched in July, we have seen explosive growth each month since. I predict this program will easily be the in ShareASale Top 100 PowerRank by the end of December.
Apogee is putting together three gift guides featuring our merchants to help inspire affiliates and illustrate how these brands can be incorporated into their own gift guides. First up: the Foodie Gift Guide!