In order to provide more transparency to referrers, we’ve added more details in Tier 2 / Tier 3 / Tier 4 referral dashboard.
Organic Referral: In order for a referral to be considered “organic”, they need to have used your unique link to sign up, or be referred by a user who used your unique link.
Total Organic Invited: These are the users who have been referred by users who used your unique referral link to sign up.
For example: User A (Mark) invited User B (Shannon) using User A’s referral link. User B (Shannon) invites User C (Greg) . User C (Greg) will be added as part of the Tier 2 “Total Organic Invited” section in User A (Mark) dashboard.
Total Organic Active: This is a user who has been invited to PipeFlare. In order for a user to remain active, they must claim once a week.
For example: Using the example above…If Greg is invited but never makes a claim, he will not be considered active. If Greg makes a claim, he will be added to Mark’s “Total Organic Active” portion of the dashboard.
Total Purchased Invited: This section only applies if you’ve purchased referrals in our referral purchase store. When you purchase a referral, they usually continue to invite their friends and family to the website. Total Purchased Invited consists of referrals that are generated from users you’ve purchased in our store.
For example: User A (Frank) purchases User B (Susan) using our referral store. Later, User B (Susan) invites User C (Tina) . User C (Tina) will be added as part of the Tier 2 “Total Purchased Invited” section in User A (Frank) dashboard.
Total Purchased Active: Similar to Total Organic Active, an invited referrals needs to participates in PipeFlare’s games/faucet to be active. If a user is invited but never claims and never uses any games, he will not be considered Active.
For example: Using the example above…If Tina is invited but never makes a claim and never plays any games, she will not be considered active. If Tina makes at least 3 claims or plays any games, she will be added to the “Total Purchased Active” portion of Frank’s dashboard.
Total Active: This is the sum of “Total Organic Active” and “Total Purchased Active”