I'm with @Luis Garcia, and @Alan Gordon Trello having an affiliate program, will be a great idea. Especially for people taking advantage of what Trello offers for their business and enjoy using it. The more I learn how to use Trello, the more I feel I am building my company structure. So many companies can benefit from it, but they will need help to learn to use it. Not everyone makes the time. I'm already bringing people to Trello, and as a Business Class Customer, I don't get any benefit from it either.
Getting at least something for spending time helping people know about Trello and then teach them how it works could help a lot of people, especially during these times.
I agree completely with this. I was enjoying the free Gold when I was a basic user, but now I have business class and it doesn't do me any good. I'd love to see an affiliate program set up for those who have business class or above. This would be beneficial to Trello too, as we'd all be more apt to refer more users your way.
Listen everyone I'm new here but think about this. Everyone is asking for an affiliate program with Trello but what would be the payout: 5%, 10% oh let's make it interesting and be 40% now lets take a look at what it costs for Trello. 1 user standard is 5$/month now if I'm getting 40% I'm making $2 leaving the company with $3 - does this sound like a good financial decision to you for Trello?
Ok let's take the enterprise version at $17.50 -> The affiliate takes home $7 and Trello keeps $10.5.
With a SaaS that has such a low cost what are you expecting? Sure I would love to make money referring Trello but at the same time do I really want to spend time and money to bring home $2 to $7 dollars and that is only if Trello would put up a 40% payout.
Trello works great, its a really nice functioning tool but I'm siding with Trello that they leave it as is or offer referrers free months of service which could be a good trade off.