Copyright Registration Service
To promote awareness of copyright protection and encourage more people to register their creative work, the Intellectual Property Rights Office runs a campaign to raise the profile of the Copyright Registration Service amongst creative individuals such as writers, musicians, artists, photographers, computer programmers, and anyone else who creates and records original creative output.
If you have a website, you can help this campaign and earn money at the same time by joining this affiliate program. You can join for free and then all you have to do is place one or more links on your website. Every time a new registrant clicks on your link and then takes out a registration you will earn US$10. The Intellectual Property Rights Office will pay you electronically, allowing you to withdraw your earnings in your own currency, if different.
How it works
After you join you will be given a unique linking code to place on your website. Whenever anyone clicks on this link they will be sent to this website. Your affiliate account will be credited with $10 every time you introduce a new user to the site who proceeds to create an account. If a user clicks the links of more than one affiliate before taking out a registration the first affiliate to direct them to the site will be credited, provided the cookie used to track the user's activity is still present on the user's computer.
Payments are made at the end of each quarter to any accounts with more than $50 accrued. Payments are made via PayPal, allowing you to withdraw your payments in your own currency. If you do not have a PayPal account you can obtain one for free at www.paypal.com. If the balance in your account is less than $50 then the amount will be held over to the next quarter.
You can log into your affiliate account at any time to view how many users have clicked your link, and what your current balance is.
To join, choose a username and enter it in the "Join" box above. To log into an existing account, enter your details in the "Log in" box above.