What is the revenue share for instructors?

We have 3 payout levels that we implemented for instructors - you can choose which one you prefer when  you apply to be an instructor here: http://dmbionline.com/become-an-instructor
Option 1: 80/20 (with 80% to DMBI) - you just give us a link to the course files and we do all the setup and marketing following the Accelerated program here: http://support.dmbionline.com/article/52-what-is-included-in-the-dmbionline-marketing-program-for-instructors
Option 2: 50/50 Both parties agree to promote the course. This means you'll be enrolled in our Instructor Accelerator program. You also agree to create 1 blog post and 1 “Course In Action” video related to your marketing specialty. If you have a list or social following you agree to promote your product to them as well.
Option 3: 80/20 (with 80% to you) -  You can publish a course on the DMBI platform, a team member is available to assist you with the setup. Your course will be listed in our course directory and you can make sales from students browsing our course catalog, however you wouldn’t receive the additional promotions from our Accelerated program.

Please note: A copywriter is available to write your sales copy for you. If you choose option 1 DMBI cover his costs for you, if you choose Option 2 or 3 you'll have the option to request the copywriter and pay for his services from your payout percentage. 


  • So that DMBIonline can pay you in a timely manner, you must have a PayPal account in good standing and keep DMBIonline apprised as to the correct email address associated with your PayPal account. If you do not have a Paypal account, you can  sign up for PayPal directly from their website. Payment will be made within forty-five (45) days of the end of the month in which the fee for a Course was received. 

    For example, if you made sales in September. Your commissions will be paid on November 1st. This allows for any refunds or affiliate commissions to process. 
  • You are responsible for providing DMBIonline with all identifying and tax information necessary for the payment of amounts due. In order to receive your payments you must sign and submit an the  W-9 IRS Form.