- AdministratorJan 21, 2018 at 10:59 am
Sometimes it's ok, but most of the time it isn't. So obviously I am giving access to my course which is available for purchase for $199 because I am in the Elementor referral program.
The way referral programs work is, the first time you click on someones link a cookie is placed on your computer that records who referred you. If you click on someone else's referral link later, it doesn't count, only the first one you clicked on counts even though they usually contribute the least to your decision.
Now when you are in a private/incognito window, none of those referral cookies are used in the web browser. This is how you can guarantee that you purchased via my referral link, I earn a small sum, and in exchange, I give you access to the course, a $199 value, which will help you get the most out of Elementor. It's what I like to call a WIN – WIN – WIN! Elementor just got a new customer, I earn a little bit of money to keep the lights on, and you are getting the essential training to get the most out of your purchase.
So if you didn't open the link in a private/incognito window, most likely you purchased via someone else's referral link, which is totally fine, you just purchased a great plugin which I fully use and support, however, I am unable to give access to the course.
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