Are you a blogger, or do you have a site that attracts a large audience?
Being our affiliate partner allows you to earn money for referring new customers to TransferWise. Whether you have a website, blog, app or a YouTube channel or any other way of reaching a wide audience– you can tell them about TransferWise and help them save money on international transactions.
In a nutshell, affiliate marketing is a type of paid marketing where a publisher (or affiliate partner) promotes products or services from a brand. Partners receive commission for doing so and the brand gets new users.
Becoming an affiliate marketer is a great way to monetize your blog or large social media following. You can also build a website specifically for affiliate campaigns to be able to promote your products to the relevant audience. There are plenty of resources online, for example Authority Hacker, that will help you get the hang of affiliate marketing and to maximize your earnings.
Fintech is a fast growing industry and many financial companies, like TransferWise, Revolut or PayPal, have affiliate programs that let partners be paid for promoting their services. It’s important to learn about each company’s products, who their target customers are and which countries they operate in. At TransferWise, our affiliate team continuously works on providing partners with the most up-to-date information about our products and services through affiliate product newsletters and Resources Hub.
When you join a finance affiliate program it’s important to understand what user actions you are paid for and how you can maximise your conversions. Having detailed knowledge of the product will help you target the right audience and get them to start using the service you are promoting straight away.
For example, on the TransferWise affiliate program we pay for each new customer who makes a cross-currency transaction. We have a life-time cookie window, which means that after someone clicks on your affiliate link, no matter how long it takes them to make their first transaction. You will always receive your commission and that initial click will not expire.
- Sign up to our affiliate platform (Partnerize) and agree to the T&Cs, it only takes a couple of minutes and is completely free – check it out here.
- Get instant access to your unique tracking link, reporting dashboard and creatives hub
- Use your tracking link to promote TransferWise, we will automatically track and record new users you refer and send the payment into your affiliate account every month
- To make it easier you can use your TransferWise balances to receive the affiliate commission
TransferWise will give you all the creative you need - logos, banners, copy and graphics. You can even get your own ‘Currency Calculator’ to embed on your website, providing your visitors with a more interactive experience.
If you already have a website, we will help you identify pages that have the most potential to convert it’s traffic into referrals and earn your commission.
|Find out more about our affiliate program and sign up here.|
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