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LeadDyno Review & Pricing

Affiliate Software Tarun Gehani todayNovember 23, 2018 56

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LeadDyno proclaims to be the “best affiliate tracking software” with “easy setup”. On the setup side the program certainly integrates very well with the likes of Shopify, PayPal and Bigcommerce and even has one click integrations with wordpress. It even promotes a 3 minute setup:

However some ex-customers would vote differently in terms of support. One is the website conversion software company Proof who wanted to move away from Lead Dyno to Partnerstack and had been working on getting every affiliate partner transferred before canceling their account.

For the past 6 months we’ve been trying to move Proof’s affiliate program off of LeadDyno to a much better solution, PartnerStack and they have made it quite difficult for us.
My team and I have worked diligently at getting every partner and commission transferred. This morning I woke up excited to finally press that cancel button.
Plot Twist: you think they are gonna let our 4000 affiliates switch without throwing some punches? I shouldn’t have given LeadDyno the benefit of the doubt.
No no… they sent this email **ON BEHALF OF US** to all our affiliates saying we are no longer crediting sales.

Austin Distel, CMO at Proof

Another SaaS customer of Lead Dyno was Leadfuze shown in the example below have also moved, in their case over to FirstPromoter. Justin McGill is the founder and in charge of marketing and in his words:

I actually stopped LeadDyno and switched over to FirstPromoter because LeadDyno kept showing commissions owed even when the customer cancelled. Literally spend extra thousands on commissions that weren’t actually owed because it apparently it just does a recurring commission but doesn’t associate it to the Stripe. 

LeadDyno Affiliate Dashboard

Companies set up an “affiliate website” on a subdomain such as using the sales prospecting tool Leadfuze as an example below:

leaddyno affiliate board

Above is the dashboard partners log into. You are greeted with your affiliate link and easy to share social links which you can pre-populate. It shows how many friends have visited, signed up and purchased your product.

Under Marketing Materials you can upload your banner ads and other assets for affiliates to promote; under Newsletters you can keep your partners informed on new products or features that they can focus on promoting.

The SubIDs/Channels is powerful as means your affiliates can can create custom affiliate links that can point anywhere on your website, not just your homepage or sales page. This gives people the ability to soft sell by first linking to say a blog post and still getting commission if the person signs up.

Affiliates can also search for thousands of affiliate programs on the LeadDyno network at

Lead Dyno Pricing

LeadDyno offer a free 14 day trial and comes with three plans: Starter from $49/m, Biz Builder from $59/m and Accelerator from $79/m. Pricing plans are based on unique visitors to your website but come with unlimited affiliates and support.

Refersion Vs LeadDyno

Here are our thoughts of LeadDyno vs Refersion – you can find our single product Refersion review here and our Lead Dyno review here.

According to the technology search engine Datanyze, Refersion is currently running on twice as many websites as Lead Dyno – but does that make it best?

Well according to Lead Dyno it’s not even close as in the video below!

Both software affiliate products share the accolade of being the highest rated apps on the Shopify store, however what they don’t share is their pricing model.

Refersion‘s pricing is based on the number of affiliate generated sales whereas Lead Dyno prices on your monthly traffic.

Put another way, the software has unlimited visits each month to your ecommerce store however has different level pricing plans where your have to pay more for the most advanced features wheres Lead Dyno includes all their features with every plan.

What’s your preference with Refersion vs Leaddyno for generating sales and commission with your affiliates? Let us know in the comments below 🙂

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