Content Supply & Advertising & Sales Revenue Sharing Agreement

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This Ecommerce Agreement is for use by two parties who wish to generate revenue from banner advertisements and products and services. The agreement provides for the Content Supplier to supply content to the Content User. Where the User displays banner ads or sponsorship with the content the Supplier is entitled to an agreed net percentage of that revenue.

The agreement also provides for the User to link to the Supplier's website and direct customers to the Supplier's web site. Where those customers purchase products and services from the Supplier in a single user session the User is entitled to an agreed net percentage of that revenue.

For the User web site it means that they have the use of the Supplier's content, which they can then use to promote the Supplier's web site and generate revenue from sales where the customer comes through the User's web site to the Supplier's web site to purchase products or services.

For the Supplier it means another channel for the promotion of their web site and the ability to generate further advertising and sales revenue.

Clauses in this agreement:

  • Interpretations
  • Outline of Agreement
  • Contract Period
  • Content Specification
  • Co-Branding and Linking
  • Loss or Deterioration of Service
  • Products and Services - Commission Payments
  • Products and Services - Sales Reports
  • Products and Services - Invoicing
  • Products and Services - Tracking
  • Products and Services - Verification
  • Products and Services - Security and Chargebacks
  • Banner Advertisements or Sponsorship - Commission Payments
  • Banner Advertisements or Sponsorship - Sales Reports
  • Banner Advertisements or Sponsorship - Invoicing
  • Banner Advertisements or Sponsorship - Tracking
  • Banner Advertisements or Sponsorship - Verification
  • Termination
  • Notice
  • Confidentiality
  • Press and Publicity
  • Data Protection
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Limitation of Liability
  • Assignment
  • Force Majeure
  • Joint Venture or Partnership
  • General
  • Jurisdiction

If you are providing content for use by a third-party it is vital that the terms of any agreement are clear and detailed enough to protect your content and ensure that both parties understand the revenue opportunities. It is vital to have a proper agreement in place.

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