Sales Partners – MyGradeBook.com
Do you know teachers or school administrators that are not currently using MyGradeBook? If so, you should know that becoming an official Sales Partner and selling MyGradeBook Group Accounts
can be very profitable.
No one can offer a lower price than you. We give you the ability to offer potential group customers a substantially lower price per teacher than
they could possibly get by themselves online or through us directly.
Your commissions grow with your groups.
Sales partners get a substantial commission not only on the initial group sale they make but also on every
payment made thereafter by the group including annual renewals and purchases of additional license. For example, you might get a school of
20 teachers to try out MyGradeBook with a group that has just 2 licenses for a semester. Eventually, 15 additional teachers in the school might
decide to obtain licenses and you will get a commission check for every payment the group makes. Furthermore, it is often the case
that when one school in a district starts using MyGradeBook, more follow and sign up through the same sales partner.
Every time we get paid by one of your groups, you earn a commission.
Prompt payment and easy access. We promptly send out commission checks on the first business day of every month and we provide easy to access an online page where you can view your
pending, current, and past commissions.
If you are interested in earning commissions by selling MyGradeBook to schools and districts, please use our Contact Us
and include your phone number in the message you send us.
Don't have a MyGradeBook Teacher account yet? It only takes a minute to
sign up for a free 30 day trial account.
We will not ask for your credit card. If you decide to pay, the cost is less than $2.50 a month.
Save even more money by starting a group account.
Teachers like the convenience of being able to work from home. Since we started using this program, homework is being turned in more regularly and grades are improving. It's great being able to communicate more directly with parents.
— Kathy Burns, Technical
Specialist, Ann Arbor Public Schools