Join our Affiliate Program: Get a 20% Revenue Share for Every Referral

We are now accepting applications to join our affiliate program.

Join us in promoting products WordPress professionals and users love. Jetpack’s paid plans help WordPress site owners to improve their site’s security, speed, reach, and revenue — with full data backups, automated malware scanning, high-speed video delivery, an ad program, and SEO tools.

Who should sign up?

Our affiliate program is for individuals and organizations active in the WordPress space including freelancers, bloggers, plugin developers, theme designers, and agencies.

We offer a 20% revenue share on all referred sales as well as personalized assistance and resources to help you get started.

To learn more and apply visit our affiliates page. Have any questions? Get in touch!

Pro Tip: Personal plan customers benefit from priority support and faster assistance.

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Comments

  1. Bren says:

    Awesome news! Thank you!

  2. riskex says:

    If you offered a way to import subscribers then you would be inundated with new affiliates

    • Jeremy says:

      Thanks for the feedback! That’s not possible right now, but that’s something we’ve looked into indeed.

      Until this gets added to Jetpack, I would suggest the following:

      1) Create a new Page on your site, named “Subscribe” for example.

      2) Insert the following shortcode in the page content:
      [jetpack_subscription_form]

      3) Send a link to that page to all your existing subscriber list, to allow them to subscribe again using Jetpack Subscriptions.

      I hope this helps!

  3. Jide says:

    How will you pay affiliates who can’t receive payments with Paypal?

    • Jeremy says:

      We only accept Paypal for payouts, so I’m afraid you won’t be able to use our Affiliate program if you can’t receive payments with Paypal.

      • Jide says:

        OK. Thank you for the feedback but why is the PayPal email same as contact email? I expect the contact email to be the email of the wordpress.com account used to sign up for the program.

      • Jeremy says:

        You’ll be able to decide where affiliate payments will be sent when you create your account on refer.wordpress.com: you can either use the same email address as the one you used to create your WordPress.com account, or you can use any other email address. That’s up to you!

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