Web Site - Use of Logos and Trademarks in Web sites Use of Logos and Trademarks in Web Sites: (Usage guidelines as they relate to the use of advertiser’s trademarks and/or logos) Product should always be referred to as “G Suite” -- Capitalized ""G"" and ""Suite"" and with a space in between “G” and “Suite.” The individual offerings within G Suite such as Gmail, Docs, or Calendar should be referred to as “apps” or “products”. When describing what’s included in G Suite, always use the formal name of the product with proper capitalization (""Google Docs"" or ""Docs"", ""Google Calendar"" or ""Calendar"", ""Google Drive"" or ""Drive"", ""Google Hangouts"" or ""Hangouts"", etc.) For logos, display banners and more, use only the creative assets outline. The G Suite logo is preferably shown on a white background. A light background using a maximum 5% tint of black is also acceptable.
Coupons and Promotional Codes - Publishers may use any coupons or promotional codes that are provided through the affiliate program or otherwise available to the public
Miscellaneous - Special Instructions :
The number of seats or users the publisher gets commissioned on is based on the number of seats/users that are on the account at the 60 day mark. i.e. If the sign up happens with 10 seats but before 60 days they change the number of users on an account to 5 the publisher will only get paid on the 5 seats since they changed the amount with the 60 day period from 10 to 5 seats.
1. User makes any transaction.
2. Sale is counted & credited.
G Suite campaign does not help with the missing transaction.
Customer signs up on the site for a Basic, Business, or Enterprise paid plan and stays subscribed as a paying user for the