We encourage site owner to embed 'Requests' in their website using IFRAME. Embedding requests can help to you to attract quality users, increase user's engagement with your site and build niche dominance.

Site owners can also partner with us and share with us the requests-handling fees we collect for requests originated on 3'rd party site. When you partner with us we assign a special role to your account that allow us to associate web-properties to your account. Each web property has a code that you can add to the IFRAME script. Adding the code cause requests generated on your site's to be marked as originated by certain web-property, and this allow us to revenue-share with you.



Revenue sharing. When helper lock a request we collect a fixed 'Request Handling Fee' (RHF) and deduce the amount from user's wallet. We calculate usage on a monthly base and when user reach the minimum debt, we issue an invoice. By becoming a partner and running 'Requests' IFRAME we offer you to share with us on RHF. For sharing to be possible we assign your account with special role and associate web-property record(s) that represent your website. By adding the web-property code to the IFRAME we can mark requests as originated on your website and this allow us to log a credit in your account when we log a RHF for user. After users make payment, and after holding period, we can pass you your share.

Increase user engagement. Writing good content is great but without having quality users that act and operate on your website, you will find it hard to generate user engagement and acquire dominance in your site's niche. 'Requests' can make the difference between casual visitors and quality visitors. Embedding request's IFRAME or JavaScript creates an arena of user interaction right on your website. Don't think of requests as just another tool, think of it as a way to revive the content of your website. You do not just "show" content you let user "experience" with the content, by posting requests and responding to others' requests.

It's get event better when you use the JavaScript API because it let you generate interactions between your content and requests app. For example allowing user to post a request by clicking a button on some article or product page. With API you can also add content-glass functionality to your website that let you create conditional layers of information and widgets on top of your website.

Building dominance in your niche. As explained above, 'Requests' helps you to increase user engagement with website which is essential factor for acquiring dominance still, user engagement is not enough for achieving dominance. What missing is the the "expert" factor and 'Requests' helps you to fill that gap. When visitors use 'Requests' for posting their requests in certain niche, it attracts experts that would like to respond to those requests. In some cases the site owner may act as expert and respond to requests. Making your a site an appealing place for experts on one end and an appealing place for getting expert advice on the other end, is what will bring you to dominance in your niche.
Drive quality traffic. The difference between quality and non-quality traffic is many times the difference between successful and just-another website. Quality traffic is made of visitors that actually shows interest in your content, wants to read your article and if possible, wants to interact with other users in the context of site's content. Writing a good content is not enough. You need something that gives users the reason to to stay and the reason to come back. 'Requests' gives you this missing part in the puzzle.
Back-links to your website. When user post a request a small post is also created ob social network such as Twitter and Facebook (if permitted by user). The referring post has a link that refer to originated site where request was created. Having an authentic back-links can help with SEO. Partners can also decide if backlinks will include "no-follow" rel attribute and can also setup custom property to be added to back link URL.