For a submission to advance from Evaluate Zone to Test-Sale Stage, it must receive 300 positive evaluations. From all the product evaluators who accurately predicted success, TWO will be chosen to receive a commission… one is the member with highest Evaluator Zone points *, the other is the first Evaluator to submit the products evaluation. *In case of tie, the Evaluator with longest membership will receive commission.

When product is Tweebaa-Approved (Excludes Test-Sale purchases) Two Evaluators will receive a commission of 0.2% to 0.65% of submitted product’s selling price in Tweebaa Shop. For commission level, please see Commission Chart. Commission is earned in TweeBucks and redeemable of cash!

Evaluate Zone Commission

Commission based on level at time of evaluation

Evaluate Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Points 1 100 200 500 1000 2000 5000 10000 20000 40000
Rate 0.20% 0.25% 0.30% 0.35% 0.40% 0.45% 0.50% 0.55% 0.60% 0.65%

Evaluate Commission Example

February 1:Mia evaluates Product D; she is Evaluate Zone Level 6. Many other Tweebaa members join Mia in giving positive evaluations of Product D, and upon reaching 300 positive evaluations, Product D advances to the Tweebaa-Review stage and then Test-Sale. On May 1, Product D is “Tweebaa Approved” and is added to the Tweebaa Shop. Of all the evaluators who supported Product D, Mia holds the highest Evaluate Zone points at the time of evaluation, and therefore she will receive a Level 6 commission of 0.45% on all sales of Product D (excluding Test-Sale). HOORAY FOR MIA!
Dave continues to submit more products to Tweebaa, and as he does he builds points and advances to Submit Zone Level 2.

March 6: Mia evaluates Product E; she is Evaluate Zone Level 7. Many other Tweebaa members join Mia in giving positive evaluations of Product E, and upon reaching 300 positive evaluations, Product E advances to the Tweebaa-Review stage and then Test-Sale. Several months later Product E is “Tweebaa-Approved” and is added to the Tweebaa Shop. Once again, Mia’s point level at the time of evaluation was highest of all the evaluators who supported Product E, so she receives Level 7 commission of 0.50% on all sales of Product E (excluding Test-Sale). HOORAY FOR MIA! Mia also continues to receive Level 6 commission on Product D.
Mia gets very busy for the remainder of March and does not evaluate many products. In April, she starts evaluating heavily but her evaluation predictions are inaccurate and she begins to lose evaluation points, eventually dropping her from a Level 7 to a Level 6.

April 18: Mia evaluates Product F; she is Evaluate Zone Level 6. Many other Tweebaa members join Mia in giving positive evaluations of Product F, and upon reaching 300 positive evaluations, Product F advances to the Tweebaa-Review stage and then Test-Sale. Several months later, Product F is “Tweebaa-Approved” and is added to the Tweebaa Shop. Mia is NOT the evaluator with the highest Evaluate Zone points; however, Mia was the very FIRST of the evaluators to have completed a positive evaluation of Product F, and therefore Mia is rewarded with a Level 6 commission of 0.45% on all sales of Product F (excluding Test-Sale). HOORAY FOR MIA! Mia also continues to receive the Level 6 commission on Product D and the Level 7 commission on Product E.