Linkfire Wallet (Beta) extends our services beyond creating links and landing pages, offering monetization through exclusive partnerships and innovative ad products.
This program allows you to generate revenue from your smart links and landing pages by displaying ads that seamlessly integrate with your content. Developed in close collaboration with labels and digital creators, our ad suite is designed to complement your landing pages subtly and effectively, prioritizing your campaign goals for efficient and cohesive advertising.
Table of Contents
- How can I join Linkfire Wallet?
- How much will I earn?
- What ad placements can I expect?
- How can I know how much I earn with Linkfire Wallet?
- When and how can I request a pay out?
- How can I increase my earnings?
- How can I opt out from Linkfire Wallet?
1. How can I join Linkfire Wallet?
The easiest way to join Linkfire Wallet and start making money from your smart links is by enabling the program's settings from your profile. Log into Linkfire and navigate to your profile, from there choose “Wallet Settings”, and afterwards within the Wallet Settings page, enable the toggle “Enable ads on landing pages”.
Once you’ve done that, we will proceed to activate the program for your organization and within a few moments will enable ads on your landing pages older than 7 days.
If you don’t currently have Wallet settings under your profile, contact your Linkfire account admin, and ask them to activate the program for your organization.
2. How much will I earn?
Your revenue will be influenced by the performance of your ads, determined by factors such as the type of ad products used on your links, the countries where your fans are clicking from, and various other elements.
Generally, you can expect to make $3 to $4 per thousand visitors when displaying artist notifications and interstitial ads. These rates may go up as our program evolves.
3. What ad placements can I expect?
You can expect two different types of ads - direct and programmatic.
Proprietary ad formats that add value to the user experience, and are used to promote partner services and brands:
- Open State Artist Notification - type of an ad that’s placed directly on the landing page as an overlay, and it includes the advert, a button, and a button to close the ad. E.g. walletads.lnk.to/OSAN
- Close State Artist notifications - a discreet notification placed at the top corner of the landing page. Upon clicking on it, the visitor has the same experience as on the Close State Artist Notification. E.g. walletads.lnk.to/CSAN
- Service boost and other organic formats. E.g. walletads.lnk.to/1point5
Banners, interstitial ads, and other programmatic formats placed in a way that doesn’t interrupt the primary goal of your links.
- In-between Banners placed in-between content blocks.
- Fixed Banner ads affixed on the bottom of the user’s screen, including the advert and the button to close the ad.
4. How can I know how much I earn with Linkfire Wallet?
To monitor your earnings and traffic, you can head to the designated Wallet settings page, located in the ‘Account Settings’ where you’ll see a ‘Wallet Report’ tab.
The report will show an estimated number and will have a 7-day delay to show proper attribution data. A monthly report will be sent via email to your company's administrator once all the attribution data has been processed, presenting the most accurate numbers.
5. When and how can I request a payout?
If you have once sent your billing information to Linkfire, a payout will be made by default when you reach the $100 threshold. In case you haven’t sent your billing information yet, you can simply do so by filling in this form.
Your payout will be processed within 90 days, and you will have the option to either receive a credit to your Linkfire subscription or a payout via bank transfer.
6. How can I increase my earnings?
If you have been trying to increase your earnings with the Wallet program but haven't yet seen significant results, don't worry. Here are some strategies that could enhance your revenue.
The golden rule of online earnings is simple: the more traffic you generate, the higher your earnings! This principle applies to the Wallet program as well.
Sharing Your Links
One of the best ways to boost your traffic is by sharing and re-sharing your links across all available channels. Whether it's TikTok, Meta (formerly Facebook), Instagram, YouTube, or any other platform—leverage wherever you have a substantial following. Remember, the key here is consistency. Regular updates and posts can help keep your audience engaged and drive more traffic to your links.
Understanding RPM and how to improve it
RPM (Revenue Per Mille) is a metric that measures the revenue you earn for every 1000 visits to your links. While the average RPM for the Wallet program tends to hover around $3-4, it can fluctuate significantly.
To improve your RPM, consider the following strategies:
- Favor Certain Services: When ordering your services, prioritize platforms like Apple Music, Amazon Music, and Spotify. These platforms often fetch higher RPMs, leading to increased earnings.
- Avoid Unnecessary Redirects: Conditional redirects and direct-to-service-links can sometimes hinder your RPM. Unless necessary, try to avoid these. However, always keep in mind your main objectives while making this decision.
Remember, improving your earnings with the Wallet program is a gradual process. It requires persistence, patience, and a keen understanding of your audience’s behavior. By employing these strategies, you can not only increase your traffic but also optimize it to secure better earnings.
7. How can I opt out of Linkfire Wallet?
To opt out of the program, simply click on your profile picture at the bottom of your screen, then navigate to ‘Wallet Settings’ and disable the toggle ‘Enable advertising on landing pages’.
Once you’ve done that, you’ll be prompted to confirm disabling the ads and will receive ‘Advertising Disabled’ pop-up message in the right corner of your dashboard:
Once you’ve confirmed your choice, your Wallet program will be disabled and the wallet settings should look as the ones in the image below.
Please note that you can always change your mind and re-enable the program.