In theory, two seats with the same network size would generate equal amounts of revenue. However, it is important to note that this will not always be the case. Several variables can exist between two seats that could result in one seat performing better than the other.
These variables include:
– The difference in the overall average spend between two networks of the same size.
The Fluzzers in Network A and the Fluzzers in Network B might only like to use Fluz when they purchase Starbucks coffee. However, if the Fluzzers in network A drink Starbucks three times a day, and the Fluzzers in Network B only drink Starbucks once a day, then the average spend of Network A would be 3 times higher. Therefore the seat owner that has connections with Network A will earn rewards 3x larger as compared to the seat owner with connections to Network B.
An additional way in which the average spend of one network could be higher than the other would be in the case where Fluzzers in Network A only use Fluz when they eat at restaurants, but the Fluzzers in Network B use Fluz when they go to restaurants, shop for groceries, and fill up their gas tanks.
– The difference in the types of offers activated between two networks of the same size.
If the Fluzzers in Network A and Network B both have an average spend of $300 per person in one month, but the Fluzzers in Network A used Fluz to purchase gas for their cars, and the Fluzzers in Network B used Fluz when they ate at restaurants; then the seat associated with Network A will earn a lower amount of rewards than the seat associated with Network B since gasoline offers will typically offer lower cash back percentages than restaurant offers.
The lower cash back percentages will mean smaller rewards to both the Fluzzer making the purchase, and subsequently, a smaller reward pool for distribution throughout the network.
These metrics are not static. Just because your network had a lower average spend and/or used Fluz on offers that give smaller cash back percentages one month, does not mean that will always be the case. The amount your personal network spends each month and the type of rewards they activate will likely fluctuate.