It’s easy to earn money referring your writer friends.
The Freelance Writers Den Affiliate program is a way that you can earn commission for referring writers to the Den for membership or other purchases.
You will receive a unique affiliate code to use in content such as website ads, blog posts and emails. In fact we provide graphics, copy and code that you can use to make it as easy as possible! You can use your earnings to pay for your own Den membership or simply as an extra income stream.
Earn some sweet cash or make your membership pay for itself, just by introducing other writers to the benefits of Freelance Writers Den.
You receive 50% of your referral’s first-month membership fee, and 25% per month after that. You get paid every month your affiliate referrals stay in the Freelance Writers Den. The length of an average Den membership is about six months.
|Your referral’s first month||Every renewal after that|
|Portion of grandfathered $25 membership fee you receive:||50%
|Portion of $40 membership fee you receive:||50%
|Portion of $400 annual membership fee you receive:||50%
If you’re a Den member and refer two friends in a month, your membership that month is covered. If you have just four friends who’ve signed up and are ongoing Den members, that will also cover your membership fee.
|# of referrals||Affiliate rate||% of your membership fee covered|
|2||First month: 50%||100%|
|4||Subsequent months: 25%||100%|
Refer more friends, and you’ll have extra cash coming in as well.
Even if you’ve never done affiliate selling, don’t worry. It’s easy! When you sign up you get a unique affiliate code. Then we provide banners, text ads, emails, HTML ads and more, with your unique code automatically included!
Den founder Carol Tice gives a step-by-step demonstration in this short video.
In this video Carol provides a case study of how she did quite well selling A-List Blogger Club, back when her blog audience was still very tiny.
For more on how to succeed at affiliate sales, see this tip-filled post Carol wrote about her affiliate success: How One Blogger Stopped Sucking at Affiliate Sales