Affiliate Programs are used by online businesses to increase brand awareness, lead generation and sales. Some of the internets early pioneers like Jeff Bezoz understood that an affiliate program is an integral part to achieve success in online commerce. Today Amazon is one of the biggest online retailers and they have achieved that level of success not only by providing stellar service but also with the help of their affiliates participating in one of the longest running affiliate programs internet has yet to see.
An Affiliate Program consists of two parties (if the customer is not counted), the seller and the affiliate (publisher/marketer). The seller is the creator of the affiliate program and facilitates tools for tracking and distribution of earnings. The affiliate is the person directing the user to the product advertised by the seller.
Affiliate Programs are not to be confused with Affiliate Networks, where a third is introduced to facilitate tracking tools, fraud detection, and outreach through its connection with affiliates. With Affiliate Networks businesses can get started with affiliate marketing without little investment and prior knowledge of the industry as a whole.
How Can I Find the Right Affiliate Program?
FellowAffiliate is a community for affiliates to compare and review affiliate programs, affiliate networks, affiliate offers, and tools. The platform was developed specifically to improve the prospect of finding the right affiliations for your needs with the help of user-driven data.
At FellowAffilite we base our rankings solely on user ratings and reviews provided by fellow affiliates. Combining that with common parameters to filter and sort by, you can easily find an affiliate program that meets your criteria.
By using the filters found in the sidebar you can facet and narrow down your search based on commonly used parameters and your own search queries.
The Vertical indicates what industry or scope the program fall under.
Indicates what model the affilate program use to base its commission on. some common pricing models are Revenue Share, CPA, CPS and CPL.
💳 Payment Option
Indicates which payments methods are provided by the affiliate program.
📅 Payment Schedule
Indicates the affiliate programs avalible payment options for earning payouts.
🍪 Cookie Duraion
A cookie is a feature that is native to the browser. Developers can use the cookie for remembering sessions for logged in users and much more. In affiliate marketing the cookie is used for tracking clicks, leads and sales and in this case represents the affiliate programs cookie duration (in days).
💵 Base Commission
Indicates the base commission by percentage or static ammount that the affiliate program provides.
💰 Payment Threshold
The Payment Threshold indicates the ammount you need to reach before earnings will be sent to you.
⛰️ Teir Structure
The teir structure structure indicates if the affiliate program use a, single-tier, two-tier and multi-tier structure.
Results Includes CPA Affiliate Programs
Cost Per Acquisition (CPA) is a marketing metric for measuring the cost of acquiring a paying customer, or for a user to perform an action. CPA is sometimes referred to as Cost Per Action. As an affiliate, the CPA model will simply be a flat rate that you will receive when the task required is performed. This can be anything from a user filling out a form, making a purchase or downloading a free game. If you are on the other side, as an advertiser, the CPA model can determine the actual cost of each customer acquired in combination with other pricing models such as CPC (Cost Per Click). To derive the Cost Per Acquisition of a CPC campaign it would have to be calculated as follows: Campaign Cost / Conversions = Cost Per Acquisition.