Option I: The Fundraiser
One of our goals is to be good citizens of the open source communities that we belong to, and to us, being a good citizen means donating money to those communities. So we donate 5% of the prize money to developers each time a question pertaining to their theme/plugin is posted to WP Questions. The developer simply needs to register with us and provide a few keywords and an email address. Payments are sent once a month. This is a pure donation, the developers do not need to do anything for us.
Option II: For Bloggers
Earn $1 every time you sign someone up who asks a $20 question.
If you wish to simply put a WP Questions ad on your site to earn affiliate revenue each time someone signs up via you and then asks a question, you can use one of the ads shown below. You will earn 5% of any prize money they spend on any questions.
If your username is 'johndoe' and you opted for the 125x125px ad, your affiliate code would look like:
<a href="http://www.wpquestions.com/affiliates/register/name/johndoe"><img src="http://www.wpquestions.com /images/ad-affiliate-125.png" alt="WP Questions"></a>
If you log in to your control panel and click "Affiliate Info", you will find a summary of the users you have signed up, the questions they've asked and the revenue you've earned.
Note: WP Questions retains the right to change our prices at any time. If a post is about multiple plugins, from multiple authors, the default assumption should be that WP Questions would keep 100% of the revenue from that question. We would be unable to split up the revenue into multiple shards, each going to a different plugin author.