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Need to raise funds or earn extra cash? Become a Wise As Affiliate

Happy Friday folks! It feels like the summer holiday season only wraps after Australia Day - after which the new working year begins. To kick things off, we are excited to be launching our new Wise As Affiliate program


After spending all our marketing budget on big tech platforms over the last two years, we are glad to have found a way through which our funds can go back to the folks who are supporting us - our customers and their communities.


Who is a wise as affiliate?


A wise as affiliate is simply someone who likes us and our products and has signed up to tell about to the rest of the world about it :-)


Most of us do this as a matter of course anyway...


When we come across something we really like, it's just natural that we talk about it - tell our friends, family and others in the community.

Becoming a wise as affiliate comes with a few perks though - you get your very own discount coupon to share with your community (and use for your self).


If they go ahead and buy something (anything) from us, you earn an equivalent amount (to the discount) in cash reward.


What you do with this extra cash is purly up to you.


We are all feeling the pinch from cost of living pressures so this can be some extra cash for your back pocket - a passive income stream of sorts.


What if I don't need the extra cash?


If you don't need the extra cash, you can use this as a way to raise funds for a worthy cause or your club, association, charity or any other community enterprise.


Our affiliate program will especially suite fundraising initiatives for local community enterprises like Child Care Centres, Schools, Libraries, Playgroups, etc.



Who can be a Wise As Affiliate?


The program is open to all individuals and organisation who like what we are doing and of course our products - Willow the Wonderer range of picture books, toys and gifts.


It's perfect for individuals who already know lots of like-minded folks looking for meaningful gifts for their kids and grandkids.


Social media content creators and influencers are also welcome.


As mentioned above, it is also great for community based organisations who need to raise funds e.g. a local charity, club, child care centre, school or library.


How it works?


Three easy steps.


1. Signup


We have setup a very simple process to become a Wise As Affiliate.


You simply need to sign up via this link.


This will direct you to create an affiliate account using a username and password - and off you go.



2. Share


You'll receive a personalised refferal link and a 10% discount coupon code to share with your community.


You can share with whomever and however you like e.g. via social media, a newsletter, over lunch, etc.


You will be able to track your referrals, orders and commissions online (on the same portal that you sign in on) so you know exactly what is going on.



3. Earn

Every time someone uses your link and/or coupon to place an order, you will earn 10% of sale as commission, which we will pay out in 30 days.


Use this to earn extra cash, raise funds for a worthy cause or your local club, association, charity or any other community group.


You decide.



Get creative! We are prepared to give 20% away.


You may not personally need the extra cash or have friends who need the discount, but it's possible that you know a charity, club, association, child care centre, library, or other community enterprise that needs funds.

Talk to us about other ways we can work together to spread seeds of wisdom whilst raising funds for a worthy cause.

Want to learn more?


Find all the details on our Affiliates page and if it feels right do take up the option to Join.


For all other questions and ideas, feel free to drop an email (wiseasstories@gmail.com) or give me a call (+0405 447 362).


We look forward to welcoming you and your community :-)


 

Checkout our bestselling gift for kids - Our premium gift set that packages together our beautiful picture books and toys in a themed box.



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